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Jeff Parker and Evan Shaner's "Convergence: SHAZAM" #1 "is another gem in the 'Convergence' event."
Rick Remender and Stuart Immonen's "All-New Captain America" #6 is "certain to be remembered fondly."
James Robinson & Leonard Kirk's "Fantastic Four" #645 "provides a wonderfully organic, most satisfying conclusion for the adventures of Marvel's First Family."
James Asmus and Steve Lieber's "Quantum and Woody Must Die" #4 "is just so wrong, but it does it so well."
Len Wein and Kelley Jones' "Convergence: Swamp Thing" #1 is "an adventure worth seeking out for fans of Swamp Thing, Len Wein or Kelley Jones."
Ryan North and Erica Henderson's "The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl" #4 "is a fine example of what comics should be."
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."
Simon Spurrier and Kev Walker's "Marvel Zombies" #1 introduces readers to the Shield and its tough-as-nails Section Commander, Elsa Bloodstone.
On the outskirts of Doomstadt, the capital of Battleworld, sits the Killiseum, where five creepy combatants compete in Felipe Smith and Juan Gedeon's "Ghost Racers" #1.
Hal Jordan has a new weapon and a new purpose in Robert Venditti and Billy Tan's "Green Lantern" #41.
"Armor Wars" #1 brings readers to the domain of Technopolis, where writer James Robinson and artist Marcio Takara introduce Baron Tony Stark.
Banished from his home dimension, Bat-Mite turns his attention to a whole new batch of subjects to "fix" in "Bat-Mite" #1, written by Dan Jurgens and drawn by Corin Howell.
In "Star Wars" #6, writer Jason Aaron sends artist John Cassaday off with a new character addition and a fight between Boba Fett and Luke Skywalker.
Marguerite Bennett and Mike Norton go back to the future to visit with Kate Pryde and company in "Years of Future Past" #1.
Bizarro go away in "Bizarro" #1, unwritten by Heath Corson and not drawn by Gustavo Duarte. You must not buy this book!
"Gunsuits" #1 brings plenty of otherworldly action and suspense in a story from Paul Tobin and P. J. Holden.
"The Darkseid War" gets rolling in Geoff Johns and Jason Fabok's forty-page "Justice League" #41.
Turning time back a bit, "Convergence: Booster Gold" #2 brings twenty-two pages of comic book story from writer Dan Jurgens and artist Alvaro Martinez.
"All-New Hawkeye" #3 puts Clint and Kate on a S.H.I.E.L.D helicarrier, where writer Jeff Lemire and artist Ramón Pérez reveal "it ain't all flying cars and super spies."
In "Secret Wars Journal" #1, Pru Shen, Matthew Rosenberg, Ramon Bachs and Luca Pizzari reimagine two tales from properties like Punisher and Moon Knight.
Under the "Secret Wars" banner, writer Garth Ennis and artist Russ Braun bring the Phantom Eagle back to action in the pages of "Where Monsters Dwell" #1.
Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and Robert Hack's "Chilling Adventures of Sabrina" #3 takes readers to witness Sabrina Spellman's witching communion.
The Voice Unheard reaches out to Greenland to spread the message of resistance in Charles Soule and John Timms' "Inhumans: Attilan Rising" #1.
Dustin Weaver and Gerry Duggan deliver a high-octane cosmic adventure in "The Infinity Gauntlet" #1.
Kelly Thompson and Sophie Campbell's "Jem and the Holograms" #3 advances Pizzazz and the Misfits' continuing plots against Jem.
The New Teen Titans from Marv Wolfman and George Perez's classic series face off against the Tangent Doom Patrol in "Convergence: New Teen Titans" #2, written by Wolfman and drawn by Nicola Scott.
The much-maligned Justice League Detroit is given the chance to win readers' hearts and save their city in Fabian Nicieza and ChrisCross' "Convergence: Justice League of America" #2.