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Ben Acker, Ben Blacker & Phil Hester "have the flow of the comic book story nailed down tightly" in "Thrilling Adventure Hour: Beyond Belief" #1.
Jeff Parker and Tim Truman's "Convergence: Hawkman" #1 is "a rich, detailed visual experience."
Fabian Nicieza, Karl Moline and José Marzan Jr's "Convergence: Superboy" #1 is "a story filled with character, energy, action and... fun."
"Ei8ht" #3 is "a sharp looking book that proves Rafael Albuquerque is as reliable a storyteller as he is an artist."
"Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque continue to find new ways to elevate the characters in their respective roles" in "American Vampire: Second Cycle" #7.
"Regardless of readers' familiarity with Bloodshot, Lemire, Suayan, Baron and Lanphear serve up a masterful introduction" in "Bloodshot Reborn" #1.
Tony Bedard and Tom Grummett's "Convergence: Speed Force" #1 is "the most complete single issue of this event so far."
Mark Waid and Chris Sprouse's "S.H.I.E.L.D." #4 is "an enjoyable adventure that has fun mashing up super powers and espionage."
Alongside some "less memorable" stories, Gerry Duggan, Brian Posehn and Mike Hawthorne "guide the Regeneratin' Degenerate through 'Deadpool' #250 with style."
Nick Spencer and Ramon Rosanas' "Ant-Man" #4 is "a relatable adventure tale with some interesting personalities lining the journey. "
Despite some hit-or-miss artwork, Marguerite Bennett and Alex Sanchez's "Max Ride: First Flight" #1 "does a nice job of hitting all the highlights."
Greg Weisman and Pepe Larraz "lay out a nice welcome mat for new readers" in "Kanan - The Last Padawan" #1.
"'Uncanny Inhumans' #0 gives readers a lot to like, from Soule's writing to McNiven's art to the apparent reassertion of Black Bolt as a leader of some magnitude."
Rick Remender, Jerome Opena, and Pepe Larraz's "Rage of Ultron" is "a fine example of what original graphic novels can and should be."
Kurt Busiek and Benjamin Dewey's "The Autumnlands: Tooth and Claw" #5 is a "complete and compelling a transitional tale."
Robbie Thompson and Stacey Lee's "Silk" #2 is "a fun read that hits all the playful, light-hearted notes that comic fans love in their wallcrawlers."
Gerry Conway, Carlo Barberi and Juan Vlasco's "Amazing Spider-Man" #16.1 "gives readers a solid, enjoyable start."
Mark Millar and Wilfredo Torres' "Jupiter's Circle" #1 is "an interesting, reality-tinged run with a different perspective on the heroic ideal. "
Kelly Sue DeConnick, Warren Ellis and David Lopez's "Captain Marvel" #13 is "a magnificent read that just so happens to sneak in as new-reader friendly."
Matt Kindt, Clay Mann and Butch Guice's "Ninjak" #1 is "is strong, sharp and entertaining."
Jason Aaron and John Cassaday deliver the fourth installment of "Skywalker Strikes" in "Star Wars" #4, as both sides of the galactic conflict take inventory and plot next steps.
Ben Acker, Ben Blacker and Phil Hester's "The Thrilling Adventure Hour Presents: Beyond Belief" #1 brings Frank and Sadie Doyle to comics.
It may be Gotham City, not Midway City, but the "Shadow War of Hawkman" era Hawks still come out to the "Convergence" event in Jeff Parker and Tim Truman's "Convergence: Hawkman" #1.
The refugee heroes from "Earth 2" continue to investigate their prison planet in Jeff King and Stephen Segovia's "Convergence" #3 as casualties begin to pile up.
Ron Marz and Mike Manley check in on Blue Beetle, Fire, Ice, Martian Manhunter, Captain Atom and Red Tornado in "Convergence: Justice League International" #1.
It's back to Cadmus Labs in "Convergence: Superboy" #1 as Fabian Nicieza and Karl Moline check in on Kon-El and crew under the dome.
Tom Taylor, Yildiray Cinar and Felipe Watanabe unleash Tony Stark's contingency plan for, well, Tony Stark in "Superior Iron Man" #7.
Skinner Sweet and Pearl Jones join forces with the Vassals of the Morning Star to bring heat to the original monster in Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque's "American Vampire: Second Cycle" #7.
Rafael Albuquerque and Mike Johnson continue their science-fiction action thriller in "Ei8ht" #3, as Joshua begins to recall his mission.
"Bloodshot Reborn" #1 brings readers up to speed on who Bloodshot is and what he has become in this new series from Jeff Lemire and Mico Suayan.
Spider-Woman continues to try and find the culprits threatening super villains families in Dennis Hopeless and Javier Rodriguez's "Spider-Woman" #6.
One year after the darkest moment for the Titans, the dome over Gotham City drops and Arsenal rejoins his teammates Donna Troy and Starfire in Fabian Nicieza and Ron Wagner's "Convergence: Titans" #1.
Steve Pugh and Phil Winslade's "Convergence: Harley Quinn" #1 gives the pre-"Flashpoint" Harley Quinn a chance to unleash her hyenas, forget about Mistah J. and swing the ol' mallet.
A character answering to the name Ray Palmer fights crime in a version of Gotham City, but neither looks overly familiar in Tom Peyer and Steve Yeowell's "Convergence: The Atom" #1.
Tony Bedard and Tom Grummett bring Wally West and his kids, Jai and Iris, back to four-color adventuring in the pages of "Convergence: Speed Force" #1.
The Invisible Woman joins Agent Coulson on a mission to extract a target from a diamond mine in Mark Waid and Chris Sprouse's "S.H.I.E.L.D." #4.
With a thirty-page lead-in and a twenty-page finale crafted by writers Brian Posehn and Gerry Duggan, "Deadpool" #250 brings about the death of Deadpool and a collection of less memorable adventures.
The penultimate chapter of the first arc in Scott Lang's all-new adventures hits shelves with Nick Spencer and Ramon Rosanas' "Ant-Man" #4.
"Max Ride: First Flight" #1 brings James Patterson's story to comics in a snappy adaptation written by Marguerite Bennett and drawn by Alex Sanchez.
Tim Seeley brings some toilet humor to "Guardians of the Galaxy: Best Story Ever" #1, a light-hearted adventure drawn by Reilly Brown, Iban Coello and Jacopo Camagni.