EXCL. PREVIEW: Luke Fights Boba Fett in Aaron & Cassday's "Star Wars" #6
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"The Last Days of Animal Man" is entertaining, but that exposition dump in the middle is painful.
"Astonishing X-Men" finishes up its first storyline under Warren Ellis and Simone Bianchi, but the only astonishing thing is how much steam this book has lost.
"X-Men Forever" is one of those rare series that makes you wonder why, exactly, it's being published.
Sometimes, it really is worth the wait.
"Gotham City Sirens" seems like a good idea, but the series needs a backbone, and fast.
War is about to break out among the different colors of Lanterns. You'd almost think there was a big crossover storyline just around the bend. Oh, hang on...
"Power Girl" is already losing a little bit of its oomph, with far too much of the issue devoted to drawn out fight scenes and little forward momentum.
In many ways this is a throw-away story in "Superman/Batman," but it's so fun and so gorgeous that you'll find yourself enthralled none the less.
Even in its swan song, "Captain Britain and MI13" continues to be one of the smartest, most fun titles published at Marvel right now.
Mike Carey and Peter Gross's "The Unwritten" mixes mystery, fantasy, and a love of books into the perfect synthesis of all three.
In its debut, "Batman: Streets of Gotham" seems less the street-level version of a Batman title that we were promised, and more like an extension of Paul Dini and Dustin Nguyen's run on "Detective Comics." Now with added Manhunter
The latest issue of "War of Kings: Ascension" shows the flipside of recent "War of Kings" events, which sounds good in practice but gets sluggish in places. Plus, Darkhawk tries to find his inner Hulk.
Most of the Boom! Kids line based on Disney properties have been dead-on accurate, but "Toy Story: Mysterious Stranger" is off to a lackluster start.
An epilogue to "Battle for the Cowl" might not have been so bad, had "Batman & Robin" #1 not already been released. Instead, it just feels like a step backwards.
"Red Robin" is off to an uneven start right out of the gate, but there's certainly potential in its destination.
"Lockjaw and the Pet Avengers" is thoroughly silly, but in a nice and cute way.
What happens when vampires become the norm and slayers are the ones having to hide? "Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Tales of the Vampires" is set in the middle of the "Season Eight" stories and answers the question from the vampire perspect
Do you think you've seen all of Joe Simon and Jack Kirby's collaborations? "The Best of Simon and Kirby" is almost certainly going to prove you wrong, hitting just about every genre published.
"Final Crisis Aftermath: Run!" is all about a sad-sack villain trying to survive in a world that he clearly isn't suited for, and about the nature of super-villains in general.
"Unknown Soldier" started off with a strong debut, but the problem of setting the title in a real-world situation is starting to show.