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"Johnny Monster" makes his debut with a self-titled three-issue mini. A monster hunter and teen heartthrob (their words, not mine), Johnny is saving us from those nasty monsters. Or is he?
"Return of the King" begins here with an update on what Wilson Fisk has been up to these past few months.
Spinning out of events of the last half-year's worth of stories featuring the return of Kandor, this series puts Superman on Krypton with "his" people. Whether or not he's truly welcome there is where the story comes in.
Image drops another new series on us, with the sci-fi infused, self-proclaimed space opera "Amber Atoms." When you tag something "space opera," the bar is set pretty high.
She-Hulk's title makes another curtain call, bringing her total cancelled titles somewhere into "Aquaman"-like numbers.
Seemingly a decent jumping on point for new readers, "Elephantmen" #16 caught the attention of one reviewer.
The "Reign in Hell" is over for more than one contestant. Parting contestants receive a lifetime supply of brimstone and agony.
Some of the Guardmice return to Lockhaven and some don't. After all, something has to be left for the final issue of this series, right?
While many of the titles that helped launch the Image fleet have rebooted or simply faded away, "Savage Dragon" marches forward. This issue is a great jumping on point.
This is it. "Blue Beetle" ends here. Grab this issue and hope against marketing idiocy for more Beetle elsewhere.
This issues covers a lot of ground, from Warlock's adventures to Star-Lord's peril to Major Victory's quandary. This review dials in the focus a little tighter, however.
Black Adam has wrecked Bialya and been declared a wanted man. The only thing he wants, however, is another chance at love. Black Adam has wrecked Bialya and been declared a wanted man. The only thing he wants, however, is another chance at love.
"Outsiders" gets the reset button treatment, with a new creative team locked into place. This may not be issue #1, but it is a good first (baby) step.
Nearly two years after their debut, "Dynamo 5" offers a jumping on point for new readers. Quick , cheap and extremely accessible, this issue is a great launching pad.
Vixen's battles – internal and external – reach a resolution not to be missed.
In this corner, the Justice League of America! The challenger – the not-so-teen Titans! Hurry! Hurry! Hurry!
This book continues to impress. In the opinion of the reviewer, this is THE Green Lantern book to read right now.
"Last Rites" winds down and so does this title. The final issue of "Nightwing" attempts to tie a bow on the adventures of the former Boy Wonder.
The new Outsiders start here. As on the cover, Alfred assembles a hand-picked team. Whose hand picked this team? Read on. . .
Have at thee! Marvel returns "Thor" to the numbering that began lo those many years ago with "Journey Into Mystery" #1.