Miles Morales, Iron Man & Captain America Round Out "All-New, "All-Different Avengers"
Showing results 21-40 of 2013
With "Thor" #3, Jason Aaron and Russell Dauterman continue to craft a series with a perfect jumping on point for any who enjoy superheroes.
Matt Fraction and Chip Zdarsky's "Sex Criminals" #9 is another home run for the series, demonstrating why it's "just so amazingly good."
Becky Cloonan, Brenden Fletcher & Karl Kerschl's "Gotham Academy" #3 continue a series "so fun and inventive that it's hard to not love it."
Gail Simone and Ken Lashley's "Secret Six" #1 sets the series off on a good start, with a plot and cast that gives the series "some real potential."
Ray Fawkes & Ben Templesmith's "Gotham by Midnight" #1 combines supernatural & procedural for "another strong new series for the Batman family of titles."
Mark Waid & Chris Samnee's "Daredevil" #10 is a sound single issue that's "about far more than just fighting bad guys."
"Little Nemo: Dream Another Dream" is "a worthy homage to Windsor McCay and Little Nemo" with contributions from John Cassaday, David Mack & more.
Alex de Campi and R.M. Guera's "Grindhouse: Drive In, Bleed Out" #1 is "deliciously bonkers" and "fun, pure and simple."
Charles Soule & Javier Pulido's "She-Hulk" #9 is "another fun comic in a great series" that brings She-Hulk, Daredevil & Captain America together.
Gerry Duggan and Shawn Crystal's "Arkham Manor" #1 contains "a slow but careful setup, with some different-looking and pleasing art."
Grant Morrison and Ben Oliver's "The Multiversity: The Just" #1 "takes known themes and makes them feel engaging and different."
Noelle Stevenson, Grace Ellis and Brooke Allen's "Lumberjanes" #7 is "another strong issue in a strong series" for the fan-favorite.
Cameron Stewart, Brenden Fletcher and Babs Tarr's "Batgirl" #35 is "a great new beginning for the series," introducing the Batgirl of Burnside.
Mark Waid and Chris Samnee's "Daredevil" #8 is "a fully-realized, imaginative book with a living, breathing setting."
Matt Fraction and Annie Wu craft an incredible experience with "Hawkeye" #20, bringing an end to Kate Bishop's time in Los Angeles.
Grant Morrison and Frazer Irving's "Annihilator" #1 has a lot of potential, serving as a springboard for the creative team's latest epic.
Brian K. Vaughan & Fiona Staples continue their excellent run with "Saga" #22, which delivers "everything you hope for, and then a little bit more to boot."
Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips' debut issue of "The Fade Out" has "careful attention to detail and craft that quickly becomes a hallmark of the issue."
Matt Fraction and Chip Zdarsky's "Sex Criminals" #7 is "another big success," creating an "inventive and funny" issue that continues the series' run.
Gerry Duggan, Scott Snyder & Matteo Scalera deliver a strong one-shot in "Batman" #34, bringing a new kind of serial killer to Gotham City.
"Batman Eternal" #47 rumbles towards the series' conclusion in March, even as Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV, Tim Seeley and Juan Ferreyra take care of some dangling threads.
Laura joins Dionysus at the celestial dance party as she investigates Lucifer's death, but Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie's latest issue of "The Wicked + The Divine" is strictly for true believers.
Becky Cloonan, Brenden Fletcher and Karl Kerschl's "Gotham Academy" #5 continues to entertain in a style unique to the company, even as Olive Silverlock and her friends connect further to the DC Universe.
Joshua Williamson and Andrei Bressan give us Mikey's first duel with a sorcerer from Terrenos even as Brennan gets pulled into the story himself in "Birthright" #5.
Kieron Gillen, Marguerite Bennett, Phil Jimenez and Stephanie Hans give us a lot of pretty and fun things to look at in "Angela: Asgard's Assassin" #3, but there still doesn't seem to be a larger purpose to this series.
Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples kick off "Saga" #25, which re-establishes where all of its characters are, but the real meat of the issue is learning more about the Landfall/Wreath war.
Many of the book's initial storylines come to a close in "Ms. Marvel" #11 as G. Willow Wilson and Adrian Alphona provide a satisfying issue where Ms. Marvel applies everything she's learned to date.
"Hawkeye" #21 kicks off the first half of Matt Fraction, David Aja and Matt Hollingsworth's swan song on the title as the battle against the Tracksuit Draculas begins in earnest.
"Superman" #38 is receiving a lot of attention due to a new costume and superpower for Superman but Geoff Johns, John Romita Jr. and Klaus Janson's comic is more epilogue than climax.
The SeX-Men begin to build their ranks even as we get the unsexiest reason ever to become an OB/GYN, courtesy of Matt Fraction and Chip Zdarsky in "Sex Criminals" #10. Also, a food court.
"Nova" #26 has Gerry Duggan, John Timms and Roberto Poggi teach Sam Alexander an important lesson: don't give away your secret identity. Otherwise, Carnage might come knocking on your front door.
"Batman Eternal" #43 has finally caught up with last year's preview story in "Batman" #28 and James Tynion IV, David LaFuente and company finally show us what's next for Gotham City.
"Gotham by Midnight" #3 continues the series' strong progress as Ray Fawkes and Ben Templesmith give us Detective Drake's background, even as the present deals with a demon living in someone's shadow.
The concept behind "Amazing X-Men" #16, where the Ruby of Cytorrak calls out for a new host, is a solid one. Christopher Yost and Jorge Fornes's comic, though, suffers from erratic art and a plot that stalls for time.
"Bitch Planet" #2 has Kelly Sue DeConnick and Valentine De Landro switch between Earth and Bitch Planet as the scope of the series becomes much more than a simple prison story.
The champion of Kurt Busiek and Benjamin Dewey's "The Autumnlands: Tooth & Claw" #3 is not what the animals expected, even as deadly forces deadly continue to mill about the crashed city.
Marc Andreyko and Juan Jose Ryp continue "The Unknowns" storyline in "Batwoman" #38, where -- despite the odd nature of this arc -- each chapter is a little more entertaining than the previous one.
Carolyn Nowak steps onto "Lumberjanes" #10 for a three-issue art stint alongside Noelle Stevenson and Shannon Watters as the scouts fight boredom (and dinosaurs) on a rare "free day" with no activities.
"Justice League" #38 has Geoff Johns and Jason Fabok shift the danger of "The Amazo Virus" in a new direction, but the title still feels like it's dragging its feet.
"Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman" #6 stars Big Barda, Cheetah, the Brain and Monsieur Mallah, but none of these stories fully rise to the occasion.