Universal Options "The Wicked + The Divine" for TV Adaptation
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Star Jennifer Morrison and the show's executive producers previewed the next "Once" episode and offered insights into what lies ahead for Storybrooke.
Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips' "The Fade Out" #2 presents "a clear creative statement that any fans of noir shouldn't miss."
Becky Cloonan, Brenden Fletcher & Karl Kerschl's "Gotham Academy" #1 is "shaping up to be a great expansion of the Batverse."
Kelly Sue DeConnick and Marcio Takara's "Captain Marvel" #7 is "the sort of space adventure that starts with breakfast and ends with angry cats."
Charles Soule & Steve McNiven's "Death of Wolverine" #2 is an "effective and graceful" second issue continuing the "thoughtful finale" event series.
Kieron Gillen & Jamie McKelvie's debut issue of "The Wicked + The Divine" has "intriguing questions, interesting characters and pretty unmatched craft."
Joe Keatinge and Khary Randolph's "Tech Jacket" #1 features "tightrope-precise pacing" and "gloriously gory Technicolor" art.
Ian Edginton and I.N.J. Culbard's "Brass Sun #1 is "a lovely, promising first issue that presents something unique and engaging."
"Batman Eternal" #7 is an "explosion-packed, game-changing issue" by Tim Seeley, Scott Snyder, James Tynion, Ray Fawkes, John Layman & Emanuel Simeoni.
Jason Aaron & Mike Deodato's debut issue of Marvel's "Original Sin" "freshens the usual mechanics" of events for a strong opening.
W. Haden Blackman and Michael del Mundo's "Elektra" #1 is an impressive debut "with beautiful art, a bold perspective and a hypnotizing narrative voice."
Jason Aaron and Esad Ribic deliver a "fittingly epic, awesome and all other adjectives Asgardian" issue with "Thor: God of Thunder" #21.
Joshua Hale Fialkov's script for "Ultimate FF" #1 draws the reader into the series' world, though the debut issue's art isn't quite as strong.
Noelle Stevenson, Grace Ellis & Brooke Allen's "Lumberjanes" #1 is "an utterly loveable example of how well all-ages comics can work."
Dennis Hopeless and Kev Walker debut "Avengers Undercover" #1, exploring the consequences of their work in "Avengers Arena."
Kieron Gillen and Ryan Kelly wrap up their historical miniseries with "Three" #5, a "gut-churning" issue that concludes the series nicely.
Al Ewing and Lee Garbett's "Loki: Agent of Asgard" #1 "is proof that blatant fan service can also make for a brilliant comic."
"All-New Marvel NOW! Point One" #1 showcased Marvel's upcoming launches with style and flair for an overall strong anthology issue.
Kieron Gillen & Ryan Kelly's "Three" #3 is "simply masterful," giving readers another platform to experience Kelly's "eye for brutality."
Matt Fraction and Chip Zdarsky present another stellar issue with "Sex Criminals" that is "balls-to-the-breaking-of-fourth-walls brilliant."
Sam tries to hide the Black Vortex in Gerry Duggan and David Baldeon's "Nova" #28.
Sam rushes to stop Planet Hydra from becoming a reality in Rick Remender and Stuart Immonen's "All-New Captain America" #5.
Leia and Evaan search Naboo for an Alderaanian melodic order in Mark Waid, Terry and Rachel Dodson's "Princess Leia" #2.
Shaft returns to Harlem and continues to look for Marisol in David F. Walker and Bilquis Evely's "Shaft" #4.
Mark, Gomez and Nasia hunt for the Surface from urban legend in Ales Kot and Langdon Foss' "The Surface" #1.
Parker Industries bids to reform supervillainy in Dan Slott, Christos Gage and Humberto Ramos' "Amazing Spider-Man" #16.
Rell hunts for the body of a dead god in Josh Tierney and Afu Chan's "Halogen" #1.
The rebels arrive and Marko makes bad choices in Brian K Vaughan and Fiona Staples' "Saga" #26.
Stel, Marik and Tajo seize control from Roln in Remender and Tocchini's "Low" #6.
Jason Aaron, Noelle Stevenson, CM Punk, Timothy Truman, Marguerite Sauvage and Rob Guillory explore the three ages of Thor in "Thor Annual" #1.
New villains and heroes take an interest in the Black Vortex in Brian Michael Bendis and Andrea Sorrentino's "All-New X-Men" #38.
The girls make a new deal and their husbands come home in Ollie Masters and Ming Doyle's "The Kitchen" #4.
Mal and Molly try to escape the place of lost things while April, Jo and Ripley try to earn merit badges in Noelle Stevenson, Shannon Watters and Carolyn Nowak's "Lumberjanes" #11.
In Greg Pak and Al Barrionuevo's "Storm" #8, Ororo confronts Harmon and the Senator in rather public fashion.
Sonja slices, sloshes and schemes her way through five different adventures in Dynamite Entertainment's "Red Sonja" #100.
In Jimmie Robinson's "The Empty" #1, a stranger from a greener place shows up in Yaankam.
While on a cruise with her grandparents, Lucy Knisley reflects on mortality and responsibility in "Displacement."
The Six work together to escape their underwater prison in Gail Simone and Ken Lashley's "Secret Six" #2.
Elden lands on LV-223 and the survivors make a last-ditch effort in Kelly Sue DeConnick and Agustin Alessio's "Prometheus: Fire and Stone -- Omega" #1.
Charlie's attacker contacts him again, and Sailor navigates the wytches' burrow in Scott Snyder and Jock's "Wytches" #4.