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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."
Struggling against Telos, the surviving heroes of Earth 2 look for allies in pre-"Flashpoint" Gotham City in Jeff King and Carlo Pagulayan's "Convergence" #2.
Odyssia escapes the Cyclops, but not the gods' wrath in Matt Fraction and Christian Ward's "ODY-C" #4.
Kidnapped by the Collector, Howard and Rocket Raccoon plot their escape in Chip Zdarsky and Joe Quinones' "Howard the Duck" #2.
Dick and Barbara need a plan to save their Earth -- and fast -- in Gail Simone and Jan Duursema's "Convergence: Nightwing/Oracle" #1.
The Dimensionauts discover just how drastic their mistakes have been in Rick Remender and Matteo Scalera's "Black Science" #13.
Gwen and Captain Stacy try to understand each other in Jason Latour and Robbi Rodriguez's "Spider-Gwen" #3.
Wanda and Pietro meet their sister in Rick Remender and Daniel Acuña's "Uncanny Avengers" #3.
Vader recruits a rogue archaeologist to find his personal army in Kieron Gillen and Salvador Larroca's "Darth Vader" #3.
Even the Supreme Intelligence can't handle the Black Vortex in Brian Michael Bendis and Valerio Schiti's "Guardians of the Galaxy" #25.
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.