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Superman: Futures End #1

Dan Jurgens and Lee Weeks craft one of the better and more meaningful tie-ins with "Futures End: Superman" #1, by revealing the new Superman's motives and still keeping the character interesting.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Dan Jurgens
Artists:
Lee Weeks
Reviewer:
Jim Johnson
September 26th, 2014

Action Comics: Futures End #1

Sholly Fisch and Pascal Alixe reinvent the Bronze Age "Sand Superman" for "Action Comics: Futures End" #1, but while the imagery is great, the story itself is a little flat and predictable.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Sholly Fisch
Artists:
Pascal Alixe, Vicente Cifuentes
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
September 4th, 2014

Secret Origins #1

For long-time superhero readers, let's be perfectly clear: you are not the target audience for "Secret Origins" #1. This is a book squarely aimed at those brand-new to the genre.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Greg Pak, Kyle Higgins, Tony Bedard
Artists:
Lee Weeks, Doug Mahnke, Paulo Siqueira, Sandra Hope, Keith Champagne, Christian Alamy, Hi-Fi
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
April 24th, 2014

Daredevil: Dark Nights #3

Lee Weeks wraps up his "Angels Unaware" story in "Daredevil: Dark Nights" #3, making his case for Daredevil being an extraordinary superhero but also playing into an ever-darkening trend on how to tell Daredevil stories.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Lee Weeks
Artists:
Lee Weeks, Sergio Carello, Tom Palmer
Reviewer:
Jim Johnson
August 12th, 2013

Daredevil: Dark Nights #2

Lee Weeks' "Daredevil: Dark Nights" #2 unveils a superhero truth rarely explored so honestly in most superhero comics.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Lee Weeks
Artists:
Lee Weeks
Reviewer:
Kelly Thompson
July 5th, 2013

Daredevil: Dark Nights #1

"Daredevil: Dark Nights #1" by Lee Weeks begins an anthology series dedicated to one of Marvel's most flexible characters.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Lee Weeks
Artists:
Lee Weeks
Reviewer:
James Hunt
June 10th, 2013

Hulk Smash Avengers #1

"Avengers" on the big screen features Hulk as a co-star. In "Hulk Smash Avengers," he's the headliner putting the Avengers in their place.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Tom DeFalco, Ron Frenz
Artists:
Ron Frenz, Sal Buscema
Reviewer:
Doug Zawisza
May 3rd, 2012

Iron Age #1

The time travel element might make some things questionable, but Christos Gage and Rob Williams deliver an entertaining classic Avengers style tale.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Christos N. Gage, Rob Williams
Artists:
Lee Weeks, Tom Palmer, Ben Oliver
Reviewer:
Doug Zawisza
June 30th, 2011

Hawkeye: Blindspot #3

“With one shot, Clint Barton, the marksman known as Hawkeye, destroyed everything I'd worked for.”

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Jim McCann
Artists:
Paco Diaz, Valentine De Landro, Lee Weeks, Stefano Gaudiano
Reviewer:
Doug Zawisza
April 18th, 2011

Journey into Mystery #622

Loki as an adult: jerky and kind of a creep. Loki as a kid: mischievous and precocious. That doesn’t seem fair somehow.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Kieron Gillen
Artists:
Doug Braithwaite
Reviewer:
Chad Nevett
April 14th, 2011

Amazing Spider-Man #628

Spidey and the Juggernaut take on the new Captain Universe.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Roger Stern, Mark Waid, Tom Peyer
Artists:
Lee Weeks, Todd Nauck
Reviewer:
James Hunt
April 25th, 2010

The Amazing Spider-Man #627

Roger Stern joins Team Webhead for a very special Juggernaut-centric Spider-Man story that starts with Peter Parker getting a Spider-sense induced migraine.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Roger Stern
Artists:
Lee Weeks
Reviewer:
Doug Zawisza
March 30th, 2010

Mighty Avengers #20

Bendis concludes his run on the book with a “Secret Invasion” epilogue that doesn’t do the job, because of a lack of focus.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Brian Michael Bendis
Artists:
Lee Weeks, Jim Cheung, Carlo Pagulayan, Jeffrey Huet
Reviewer:
Chad Nevett
December 17th, 2008

Secret Invasion: Who Do You Trust? #1

A Skrull-themed anthology title plugs continuity holes and picks up dangling threads, but does it offer anything to people who aren’t "Secret Invasion" completists?

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Brian Reed, Mike Carey, Zeb Wells, Christos N. Gage, Jeff Parker
Artists:
Lee Weeks, Timothy Green III, Mike Perkins, Raul Trevino, Steve Kurth, Drew Hennessey, Leonard Kirk, Karl Kesel
Reviewer:
James Hunt
June 17th, 2008

Captain Marvel #5

Captain Marvel finally recovers his memories as the series turns out to be far more of a Secret Invasion prologue than you might’ve expected. Brian Reed writes, with Lee Weeks pencilling.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Brian Reed
Artists:
Lee Weeks, Jesse Delperdang
Reviewer:
James Hunt
April 19th, 2008
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