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Constantine: Futures End #1

In "Constantine: Futures End" #1 writer Ray Fawkes puts the helmet of Fate in front of John Constantine, which of course, gives artist Juan Ferreyra plenty to draw.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Ray Fawkes
Artists:
Juan Ferreyra
Reviewer:
Doug Zawisza
September 12th, 2014

Constantine #16

"Constantine" #16 has Ray Fawkes and Edgar Salazar drop Constantine into the Black Forest, but a simple search for a magician to remove a spell turns out to be anything but simple.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Ray Fawkes
Artists:
Edgar Salazar, Jay Leisten
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
July 10th, 2014

Constantine #15

"Constantine" #15 sends the titular character to Hong Kong for a discussion with Graceful Moon, who just so happens to be cornering the market on luck.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Ray Fawkes
Artists:
ACO
Reviewer:
Doug Zawisza
June 13th, 2014

Stormwatch #30

The past 11 issues are wiped from the books as the previous team is suddenly back in the helm for "Stormwatch" #30 -- and quite frankly, it makes me wish that Sterling Gates and Jeremy Roberts had taken over instead.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Sterling Gates
Artists:
Jeremy Roberts
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
April 2nd, 2014

Superboy #25

Instead of focusing on what could have been an interesting idea in "Krypton Returns," Scott Lobdell and friends deliver a fragmented, contrived second chapter in "Superboy" #25, partially salvaged by a strong effort from artist Ed Bene

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Scott Lobdell, Justin Jordan, Michael Alan Nelson
Artists:
Ed Benes
Reviewer:
Jim Johnson
November 15th, 2013

All-Star Western #23

Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Gray and artist Moritat deliver an unexpected, powerful, insightful and often hilarious look at a time-displaced Jonah Hex's character as he finds his way in present-day Gotham in "All-Star Western" #23.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Gray
Artists:
Moritat
Reviewer:
Jim Johnson
August 29th, 2013

Dial H #15

The "Dial H" saga concludes in the series' final issue by China Mieville and Alberto Ponticelli.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
China Mieville
Artists:
Alberto Ponticelli, Dan Green
Reviewer:
James Hunt
August 9th, 2013

Dial H #14

"Dial H" #14 continues China Mieville and Alberto Ponticelli's scramble towards next month's final issue, and while Nelson and Roxie's jumping through dimensions is fun, it's definitely rushed.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
China Mieville
Artists:
Alberto Ponticelli, Dan Green
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
July 5th, 2013

Dial H #13

"Dial H" #13 by writer China Mieville and artist Alberto Ponticelli reveals the secrets of the Dial Bunch.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
China Mieville
Artists:
Alberto Ponticelli, Dan Green
Reviewer:
James Hunt
June 10th, 2013

Superboy #20

"Superboy" #20 has R.B. Silva joined by Justin Jordan, Kenneth Rocafort, and ChrisCross, and already the book has become much more readable than it was in recent months as Superboy is attacked by H.I.V.E.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Justin Jordan
Artists:
R.B. Silva, Rob Lean, Kenneth Rocafort, ChrisCross
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
May 8th, 2013

Dial H #12

"Dial H" #12 brings everything to a head and teaches us more about the power of the dials, but it's hard to keep from feeling like China Mieville and Alberto Ponticelli are trying to wrap everything up.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
China Mieville
Artists:
Alberto Ponticelli, Dan Green
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
May 6th, 2013

Dial H #11

Throwing some humor back at DC's initial "WTF Certified" cover initiative, Brian Bolland makes the cover for "Dial H" #11 a "What the Flash?" moment, giving China Miéville and Alberto Ponticelli a fine intro.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
China Mieville
Artists:
Alberto Ponticelli, Dan Green
Reviewer:
Doug Zawisza
April 8th, 2013

Stormwatch #19

Jim Starlin and Yvel Guichet perform a reboot in "Stormwatch" #19, and if it sticks, consider myself intrigued with the blatant nature of its action as well as the direction the book is headed.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Jim Starlin
Artists:
Yvel Guichet, Jonas Trinidad
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
April 5th, 2013

Dial H #10

"Dial H" #10 sees Roxie and Nelson finally get their hands on a new dial -- but are they prepared for what it does to their minds?

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
China Mieville
Artists:
Alberto Ponticelli, Dan Green
Reviewer:
James Hunt
March 11th, 2013

Dial H #9

China Mieville and Alberto Ponticelli continue to create bizarre new heroes in "Dial H" #9, even as we learn that not all dialers are made equal, and the Centipede begins to piece it all together.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
China Mieville
Artists:
Alberto Ponticelli, Dan Green
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
February 7th, 2013

Dial H #8

The Centipede makes his move on Nelson and Roxie in China Miéville's wildly creative "Dial H" #8.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
China Mieville
Artists:
Alberto Ponticelli, Dan Green
Reviewer:
Kelly Thompson
January 14th, 2013

Dial H #7

China Mieville and David Lapham show us the hunt for a new Dial in "Dial H" #7, even as the risks of dialing too often begin to show and a new villain makes his debut.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
China Mieville
Artists:
David Lapham
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
December 7th, 2012

Green Arrow #14

Ann Nocenti and Freddie Williams II seem to be biding their time on this title as the "Hawkman: Wanted" storyline sideswipes "Green Arrow" #14 with an unnecessary and muddy crossover.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Ann Nocenti
Artists:
Freddie Williams II, Rob Hunter
Reviewer:
Doug Zawisza
November 8th, 2012

Dial H #5

Things come to a head in "Dial H" #5 as our heroes band together to fight Abyss and repair their dial.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
China Mieville
Artists:
Mateus Santolouco
Reviewer:
Kelly Thompson
October 8th, 2012

Green Arrow #13

For new readers who might want to jump on board to "Green Arrow" #13 (between the #0 last month and the new show "Arrow" next week), Ann Nocenti and Freddie Williams II serve up an impenetrable story.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Ann Nocenti
Artists:
Freddie Williams II, Rob Hunter, Art Thibert, Tom Denerick
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
October 5th, 2012

Superboy

"Superboy" #0 should serve as a jumping on point for a new readers, but while Tom DeFalco and R.B. Silva's issue has great art, the story ultimately sums up everything not so good about "Superboy."

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Tom DeFalco
Artists:
R.B. Silva, Rob Lean
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
September 14th, 2012

Green Arrow

"Green Arrow" #0 resets the origins of Oliver Queen and Tommy Merlyn, giving both a little motivation as well as a shared history.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Judd Winick
Artists:
Freddie Williams II, Rob Hunter
Reviewer:
Doug Zawisza
September 10th, 2012

Dial H

China Mieville and Riccardo Burchielli take full advantage of "Dial H" #0 by bringing a story set in the past that provides a huge and disturbing piece of information about the Dial.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
China Mieville
Artists:
Riccardo Burchielli
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
September 6th, 2012

Dial H #4

China Mieville and Mateus Santolouco's "Dial H" continues to come up with big crazy ideas involving Nullomancers and other dimensions, even as the pair carefully weave together part of a larger tapestry.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
China Mieville
Artists:
Mateus Santolouco
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
August 2nd, 2012

Dial H #3

In "Dial H" #3, Nelson finds himself visited by Manteau, who may have answers for him about the dial.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
China Mieville
Artists:
Mateus Santoluoco
Reviewer:
James Hunt
July 10th, 2012

He-Man and the Masters of the Universe #1

In "He-Man and the Masters of the Universe" #1, Adam finds himself troubled by dreams of a faraway land with a castle and a foe with a menacing visage.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
James Robinson
Artists:
Philip Tan, Ruy José, LeBeau Underwood
Reviewer:
Doug Zawisza
July 5th, 2012

Dial H #2

"Dial H" #2 isn't as crazy-awesome as the first issue, but Mieville and Santolouco still provide enough enticements to read more.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
China Miéville
Artists:
Mateus Santolouco
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
June 7th, 2012

Superboy #9

"The Culling" continues in "Superboy" with little more than a non-interesting fight scene.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Scott Lobdell, Tom DeFalco
Artists:
R.B. Silva, Rob Lean, Iban Coello
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
May 11th, 2012

Dial H #1

"Dial H" #1 is an exciting new addition to the DC line up, packed with interesting A-list talent.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
China Miéville
Artists:
Mateus Santolouco
Reviewer:
Kelly Thompson
May 4th, 2012

Superman #8

The New 52 brought the worlds of Wildstorm into the DC Universe, so naturally that leads to Superman fighting Helspont.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Keith Giffen, Dan Jurgens
Artists:
Dan Jurgens, Jesus Merino
Reviewer:
Doug Zawisza
April 27th, 2012

Green Arrow #8

The story goes off the rails while Green Arrow continues to baffle and annoy.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Ann Nocenti
Artists:
Harvey Tolibao
Reviewer:
Ryan K. Lindsay
April 5th, 2012

Superman #7

"Superman" #7 presents a promising start to the new arc with an excellent new creative team.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Keith Giffen, Dan Jurgens
Artists:
Dan Jurgens, Jesus Merino
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
March 29th, 2012

Superboy #7

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Scott Lobdell, Tom DeFalco
Artists:
R.B. Silva, Rob Lean, Iban Coello
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
March 15th, 2012

Green Arrow #7

Ann Nocenti stamps her mark on "Green Arrow" in an intriguing manner.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Ann Nocenti
Artists:
Harvey Tolibao
Reviewer:
Ryan K. Lindsay
March 8th, 2012

Superman #6

Another iconic Superman and Supergirl cover by modern master George Pérez. The story inside the book isn’t quite as iconic but makes for an entertaining comic..

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
George Pérez, Keith Giffen, Dan Jurgens
Artists:
Nicola Scott, Trevor Scott, Keith Giffen, Dan Jurgens, Jesús Merino
Reviewer:
Doug Zawisza
February 23rd, 2012

Superboy #6

Superboy meet Supergirl. Supergirl, this is Superboy. Neither one of you can understand the other, so why don’t you just fight?

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Scott Lobdell, Tom DeFalco
Artists:
R. B. Silva, Rob Lean
Reviewer:
Doug Zawisza
February 13th, 2012

Superboy #5

There are still some rough edges to "Superboy," but it's turned into a fun little book.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Scott Lobdell
Artists:
R.B. Silva, Rob Lean
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
January 11th, 2012

Superboy #3

"Superboy" continues to be pleasantly fun, with a last-page reveal that most figured out two issues ago.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Scott Lobdell
Artists:
R.B. Silva, Rob Lean
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
November 11th, 2011

Superboy #2

Superboy is free! Free to kill people. Because killing people is fun. Wait, shouldn’t this be titled “Superboy-Prime” then?

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Scott Lobdell
Artists:
R.B. Silva, Rob Lean
Reviewer:
Chad Nevett
October 17th, 2011

Green Arrow #2

Green Arrow fights against a gang of bad guys who kill a wannabe villain and post the video online.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
J.T. Krul
Artists:
Dan Jurgens, George Perez
Reviewer:
Chad Nevett
October 9th, 2011

Superboy #1

"Superboy" retains a surprisingly high amount of the character's origin, while tweaking what was left out.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Scott Lobdell
Artists:
R.B. Silva, Rob Lean
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
September 14th, 2011

Flashpoint: The Outsider #3

As “Flashpoint” nears the finish line, the miniseries also draw to a close, or at least they end. Some of the action is “to be continued,” naturally.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
James Robinson
Artists:
Javi Fernandez
Reviewer:
Doug Zawisza
August 17th, 2011

Flashpoint: The Outsider #2

The purpose of "Flashpoint: The Outsider" is still a little perplexing, even at the two-thirds mark.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
James Robinson
Artists:
Javi Fernandez
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
July 20th, 2011

Flashpoint: The Outsider #1

If this issue is any indication, the Outsider should definitely be the ‘X-Man’ of “Flashpoint” and somehow survive into the DCU.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
James Robinson
Artists:
Javi Fernandez
Reviewer:
Chad Nevett
June 26th, 2011

Zatanna #14

This issue feels like the least of a fill-in issue, and loses Jamal Igle's art halfway through it.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Adam Beechen
Artists:
Jamal Igle, Travis Moore, Jon Sibal, John Dell
Reviewer:
Doug Zawisza
June 26th, 2011

JSA All-Stars #18

“So why do you guys call if the Justice Society anyway? Do you have, like, better table manners than the Justice League?”

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Matthew Sturges
Artists:
Freddie Williams II
Reviewer:
Doug Zawisza
May 6th, 2011

Justice Society of America #50

“And I for one see no reason why the JSA’s mission to mentor the next generation of heroes should be limited to heroes with a specific costume or familial pedigree.”

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Marc Guggenheim
Artists:
George Pérez, Scott Koblish, Howard Chaykin, Freddie Williams II, Tom Derenick
Reviewer:
Doug Zawisza
April 28th, 2011

R.E.B.E.L.S. #27

"R.E.B.E.L.S." has found some of its old spark, but with one issue left it's a little too late.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Tony Bedard
Artists:
Claude St. Aubin, Scott Hanna
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
April 14th, 2011

JSA All-Stars #17

"JSA All-Stars" begins its final storyline, and so far it looks to be one of its better efforts.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Matthew Sturges
Artists:
Freddie Williams II
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
April 6th, 2011

R.E.B.E.L.S. #25

Finally! "R.E.B.E.L.S." has a purpose again.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Tony Bedard
Artists:
Claude St. Aubin, Scott Hanna
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
February 10th, 2011
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