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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."
CBR takes an advance look at Bill Willingham's & Sergio Davilla's "Legenderry" #1, which unites the worlds of Dynamite's licensed characters.
Antony Johnston and Christopher Mitten rejoin forces for "Umbral" #1, "the perfect excuse to introduce readers to the dark fantasy genre."
A corpse turns up with a surprising connection to former child star Chondra Jackson in Tim Seeley and Marley Sarcone's "Effigy" #1.
Neverboy tries to escape to a new reality, but his time may have run out in Shaun Simon and Tyler Jenkins' "Neverboy" #1.
Thor finally finds out what happened to Kid Loki in Al Ewing and Lee Garbett's "Loki: Agent of Asgard" #10.
Mr. Bilbad keeps on eating and Rathraq shows up at Bobby's apartment in John Arcudi and James Harren's "Rumble" #2.
Jessica Drew tries to super-spy her way out of Loomworld in Dennis Hopeless and Greg Land's "Spider-Woman" #3.
Motives come into question in Antony Johnston and Justin Greenwood's "Fuse" #9.
Clara and Boo discover who killed the Sewells in Jay Faerber and Scott Godlewski's "Copperhead" #5.
Red Sonja and Conan try to steal the same treasure in Gail Simone, Jim Zub and Dan Panosian's "Conan Red Sonja" #1.
In Warren Ellis and Jason Howard's "Trees" #8, the Blindhail Tree speaks, Eligia makes a decision and things change in Shu
In "Angela: Asgard's Assassin" #2, the stolen baby's identity is revealed and the Asgardians attack.
Poe's undercover heroics are interrupted by a new visitor to the Maze in Jorge Corona and Jen Hickman's "Feathers" #1.
The Spectre does its work, and Sister Justine's past is revealed in Ray Fawkes and Ben Templesmith's "Gotham By Midnight" #2.
Grigori learns more about his powers, and murder comes to the monastery in Alex Grecian and Riley Rossmo's "Rasputin" #3.
Hordak is finally made flesh again, and the Dark Horde has taken over in Dan Abnett and Pop Mhan's "He-Man: The Eternity War" #1.
Oddly meets the other students at Menagerie Middle School in Otis Frampton's "Oddly Normal" #4.
Natasha strikes back at Chaos in Nathan Edmondson and Phil Noto's "Black Widow" #13.
The trio discovers Jennix's secret experiment in Mike Costa and Paco Diaz's "Scarlet Spiders" #2.
With Fawkes in tow, the group flees to an abandoned pub in Dan Abnett & INJ Culbard's "Wild's End" #4.
Babs tracks down a Batgirl impersonator in Brenden Fletcher, Cameron Stewart & Babs Tarr's "Batgirl" #37.
The inverted villains try to distract Apocalypse as the bomb ticks down in Rick Remender and Adam Kubert's "Avengers & X-Men: AXIS" #7.