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"The Stand" might be moving slowly, but it's a great dramatization of what makes Kings' novels so great: the characterization.
Liam Sharp's artwork is the draw for this video game tie-in comic, written by Joshua Ortega, who scripted the game's sequel.
Ryan Sook's art is a big attraction for this "Final Crisis" tie-in, which sheds light on Checkmate's role in the missing month.
"Final Crisis" is hampered by its scheduling, but Grant Morrison's deeply dark storyline is operatic and epic in scope and impact.
Trinity's second act begins on a high note, as a DC world without Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman takes shape.
"Batman R.I.P." is nearing its end, and this issue leaves everything in the air. Does it even make sense?
The final issue of the Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely's epic "All Star Superman" has arrived. Did it end as well as it began?
A potentially tense and dramatic storyline is cut short and crammed into just two issues.
As "100 Bullets" draws closer to its end, its creators continue to surprise with stories that are a little less grandiose than you might expect.
"The Stand" is an interesting choice of King novels to adapt to comics, but the creative team does a good job using the medium to their advantage, with the exception of the mixed case lettering.
George Perez draws not one, not two, but THREE Legions. And Geoff Johns writes a pretty nifty story.
Morrison's "Batman" run is heading into the homestretch, with plenty of weird but fascinating pieces put into position.
"Halo: Uprising" adds a new twist to the Halo universe, with a surprisingly moving and authentic piece of storytelling work. Bendis and Maleev play to their strengths here.
We check in with our second review of this week's big release, "Secret Invasion" #5.
"Final Crisis" kicks into high gear, and Morrison and Jones create a new kind of universe-wide crossover event.
A rock and roll band at the end of the world is a high concept that pays off handsomely in this new Oni graphic novel.
The latest "Hellboy" collection from Mignola and Fegredo continues the evolution of the character, and Mignola's interest in folklore.
Ghost Rider has shifted style, but Jason Aaron's storyline maintains its focus and its entertaining tone.
The second issue of one of the most talked about series in ages is out. What's the verdict? CBR's Benjamin Birdie is excited about what he's seen.