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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."
Red Sonja and Jana the Jungle Girl team up against Mistress Hel in Marguerite Bennett and Mirka Andolfo's "Swords of Sorrow: Jungle Girl / Red Sonja" #1.
In Jason Aaron and Mike Del Mundo's "Weirdworld" #2, Arkon finds an ally in Apelantis.
The Banshee Squadron hides a survivor and builds some rockets in Kelly Sue DeConnick, Kelly Thompson and David Lopez's "Captain Marvel and the Carol Corps" #2.
The defenders of the Shield receive a disturbing message from the future in Kieron Gillen, Filipe Andrade, James Stokoe and Jorge Coelho's "Siege" #1.
Casey and April's trip is off to a rocky start in Mariko Tamaki and Irene Koh's " Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Casey and April" #1.
Beth Ross becomes a Twitter sensation just in time for the election in Mark Russell and Ben Caldwell's "Prez" #1.
It's final exam time at the Victor Von Doom Institute for Gifted Youths in Noelle Stevenson and Sanford Greene's "Runaways" #1.
When Olive's away, Maps will play in Becky Cloonan, Brenden Fletcher and Mingjue Helen Chen's "Gotham Academy" #7.
Angela and Serah hunt the Witchbreed in Marguerite Bennett, Kieron Gillen, Stephanie Hans and Marguerite Sauvage's "1602 Witch Hunter Angela" #1.
Sheriff Strange discovers some unexpected survivors in Jonathan Hickman and Esad Ribic's "Secret Wars" #3.
Charlie and Gil both make dramatic choices in Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips' "Fade Out" #6.
Five Spiders collide on Battleworld in Mike Costa, Andre Araujo and Steven Sanders' "Spider-Verse" #1.
After being attacked, Nate is recruited to Mythic Lore Services in Phil Hester and John McCrea's "Mythic" #1.
After Deimos' ultimatum, everyone must choose a side in Jeff King, Scott Lodell, Ed Benes and Eduardo Pansica's "Convergence" #6.
Sasha and her crew discover that an abandoned colony wasn't all that abandoned in Michael Moreci and Kyle Charles' "Roche Limit: Clandestiny" #1.
The Traveller assembles her generals in Gail Simone and Sergio Davila's "Swords of Sorrow" #1.
Gotham has a new Batman, Superman's in hiding and Darkseid's daughter promises trouble in Free Comic Book Day's "Divergence" one-shot.
Infinity Inc. explores new, power-free careers in Jerry Ordway and Ben Caldwell's "Convergence: Infinity Inc." #1.
Rabum Alal explains everything in Jonathan Hickman and Mike Deodato's "New Avengers" #33.
In Pierrick Colinet and Elsa Charretier's "The Infinite Loop" #1, Teddy needs to rectify a time anomaly, but love may get in her way.