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David F. Walker and Ivan Reis' "Cyborg" #1 "is a brilliant debut for an ongoing series that fulfills fan expectations."
Lee Bermejo, Jorge Corona and Khary Randolph's "We Are Robin" #2 "opens with action dancing across the pages and ends with a shadowy mystery."
"Readers who have been enjoying this series are sure to find just as much satisfaction in Dan Slott and Mike Allred's 'Silver Surfer' #13."
"Any Godzilla fan that reads James Stokoe's 'Godzilla in Hell' #1 is certain to find something to enjoy and revel in, right up to the final page."
Marc Guggenheim and Carlos Pacheco's "Squadron Sinister" #2 "feels like a freestanding, brand new adventure filled with fresh developments."
Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo "continue to investigate the inspiration of Batman, just from a totally different, inspired perspective" in "Batman" #42.
Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque's "American Vampire: Second Cycle" #8 is "full of critical moments and developments."
Mark Waid and Terry Dodson prove "the Princess is every bit as resourceful... as her compatriots, Han Solo and Luke Skywalker" in "Princess Leia" #5.
Marguerite Bennett, G. Willow Wilson and Jorge Molina's "A-Force" #2 "packs in strong characters, smart characterization and wonderful artwork."
Tom King and Barnaby Bagenda "give readers a solid mix of characters and action, uncertainty and comfortable familiarity" in "Omega Men" #2.
Sam Humphries and Marc Laming's "Planet Hulk" #2 "lives up to expectations, providing one of the most entertaining reads of the 'Secret Wars' experience."
"Cullen Bunn and Jesus Saiz give readers a dynamic debut for a storied DC franchise" in "Green Lantern: The Lost Army" #1.
Mark Waid and Greg Smallwood "infuse 'S.H.I.E.L.D.' #7 with rich character work and fun stories that are upbeat and easily approachable."
Keith Giffen, J.M. DeMatteis and Howard Porter "stock 'Justice League 3001' #1 full of potential stories and ongoing developments."
Patrick Gleason's "Robin: Son of Batman" #1 is full of "pages with fun images, emotive characters and exciting action."
Brian Michael Bendis and Andrea Sorrentino create "a solid story, vital characters and plenty of action" in "Old Man Logan" #2.
Rob Williams and Eddy Barrows' "Martian Manhunter" #1 "delivers the sci-fi horror of a sleeper alien invasion plot cracking wide open."
"For fans of the franchise, Erik Burnham and Dan Schoening's 'Ghostbusters: Get Real' #1 is certain to become indispensable."
"For those who have truly enjoyed... 'Thor: God of Thunder' and 'Thor,' Jason Aaron and Chris Sprouse's 'Thors' #1 is a comic you cannot miss."
"With the characters effectively established in 'Captain Marvel & the Carol Corps" #1, DeConnick, Thompson and Lopez are ready to continue the adventure."
Vic Stone finally gets his own ongoing series in David F. Walker, Ivan Reis and Joe Prado's "Cyborg" #1.
"Justice League: Gods and Monsters - Batman" #1 gives readers a more intimate examination of this divergent Dark Knight in a story written by J. M. DeMatteis and drawn by Matthew Dow Smith.
Lee Bermejo, Jorge Corona and Khary Randolph's "We Are Robin" #2 introduces Duke Thomas to the team, but not before he has a conversation with a mysterious man.
The adventures of the new Doctor Fate continue as Khalid Nassour tries to comprehend the strange new world that Paul Levitz and Sonny Liew are building in "Doctor Fate" #2.
The "Last Days of Silver Surfer" comes to readers in "Silver Surfer" #13, as storytellers Dan Slott and Michael Allred present "The Death of Everything That Ever Was or Ever Will Be."
James Stokoe's "Godzilla in Hell" #1 takes Godzilla and readers on a journey to Hell.
Ian or Leopold Zola? Writer Rick Remender and artist Roland Boschi ask the question on the first page of "Hail Hydra" #1, and the answer isn't obvious by the end of the issue.
Nick Spencer, Brent Schoonover and Ramon Rosanas put Hank Pym and Scott Lang on the case in "Ant-Man Annual" #1.
Peter J. Tomasi and Doug Mahnke's "Superman/Wonder Woman" #19, the second part of "Dark Truth," opens with Superman and Wonder Woman fighting the Suicide Squad in a graveyard.
Christos Gage and Paco Diaz's "Spider-Island" #1 begins to answer the question: "What if the Spider-Queen Won?"
"Bloodstrike" #1 is here from Rob Liefeld.
Lando's not a system; he's a man – and, thanks to writer Charles Soule and artist Alex Maleev, Lando Calrissian is THE man in "Lando" #1.
Things are happening in the quiet town of Timely, as Mayor Wilson Fisk stirs up trouble for Sheriff Steve Rogers in Gerry Duggan and Nik Virella's "1872" #1.
If the quintet headlining "Squadron Sinister" #2 wasn't enough, Marc Guggenheim and Carlos Pacheco also bring in the Frightful Four, the Howling Commandos, Mister Sinister and some New Universe characters.
"Superheavy" continues in "Batman" #42, as writer Scott Snyder and artist Greg Capullo continue to divulge how Gotham continues to change the new Batman.
"Star Trek/Green Lantern" #1 blends two grand space sagas together and steps back to see what writer Mike Johnson and artist Angel Hernandez can come up with.
Trouble comes 'round in Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque's "American Vampire: Second Cycle" #8.
Mark Waid and Terry Dodson's "Princess Leia" #5 brings Leia's quest to find the refugees of Alderaan to a close.
"Future Imperfect" #2 pits Maestro against the Thing and, with Peter David writing it and Greg Land drawing it, it's got to be worth checking out, right? Right!
Drax and Ant-Man team up to stop an intergalactic arms deal in Nick Giovanetti, Paul Scheer and Shawn Crystal's "Guardians Team-Up" #7.