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Captain America: Steve Rogers #1

The old Cap is back and youthful as ever in "Captain America: Steve Rogers" #1, but his re-introduction is plagued by poor synergy between Nick Spencer and Jesus Saiz.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Nick Spencer
Artists:
Jesus Saiz
Reviewer:
Jim Johnson
May 25th, 2016

Velvet #14

In Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting's "Velvet" #14, Velvet pursues a meeting with with the President of the United States, who is one of the only men still alive who can answer her questions about X-14's death.

Publisher:
Image Comics
Writer:
Ed Brubaker
Artists:
Steve Epting
Reviewer:
Jennifer Cheng
May 2nd, 2016

Silver Surfer #3

Dan Slott, Michael Allred and Laura Allred's "Silver Surfer" #3 tries to end the specter of Zenn-La within the Surfer's life once and for all, but the story never quite clicks, even with an expanded page count.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Dan Slott
Artists:
Michael Allred
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
April 15th, 2016

Captain America: Sam Wilson #3

"Captain America: Sam Wilson" #3 walks the line between serious and silly as Nick Spencer, Daniel Acuña and Mike Choi bring back the dreaded... CapWolf?

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Nick Spencer
Artists:
Daniel Acuna, Mike Choi
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
November 23rd, 2015

Velvet #12

In Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting's "Velvet" #12, Velvet and her former colleagues at ARC-7 match wits as with each side tries to play the other.

Publisher:
Image Comics
Writer:
Ed Brubaker
Artists:
Steve Epting
Reviewer:
Jennifer Cheng
November 9th, 2015

Velvet #11

Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting's "Velvet" #11 kicks off its third volume, and Velvet Templeton's life has just gotten more complicated.

Publisher:
Image Comics
Writer:
Ed Brubaker
Artists:
Steve Epting
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
August 17th, 2015

Velvet #10

Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting wrap up their second arc with "Velvet" #10, and the spy games of the '70s have just gotten that much more complicated.

Publisher:
Image Comics
Writer:
Ed Brubaker
Artists:
Steve Epting
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
April 27th, 2015

Velvet #9

In "Velvet" #9 by Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting, Velvet gets answers, but also more trouble than she planned for in the aftermath of her successful abduction of Damian Lake.

Publisher:
Image Comics
Writer:
Ed Brubaker
Artists:
Steve Epting
Reviewer:
Jennifer Cheng
February 9th, 2015

Velvet #8

In "Velvet" #8 by Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting, the agency HQ is emptied for a bomb threat, giving Velvet access to the information she wants, but Sgt. Roberts is onto her plan.

Publisher:
Image Comics
Writer:
Ed Brubaker
Artists:
Steve Epting
Reviewer:
Jennifer Cheng
November 10th, 2014

Velvet #7

Taking a brief aside from Ms. Templeton, Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting backtrack to Colt and Roberts' ongoing investigation at MI6 in "Velvet" #7.

Publisher:
Image Comics
Writer:
Ed Brubaker
Artists:
Steve Epting
Reviewer:
Meagan Damore
September 15th, 2014

Velvet #6

Velvet redoubles her efforts by returning home and going to the source in Ed Brubaker, Steve Epting and Elizabeth Breitweiser's "Velvet" #6.

Publisher:
Image Comics
Writer:
Ed Brubaker
Artists:
Steve Epting
Reviewer:
Kelly Thompson
July 28th, 2014

Velvet #5

In "Velvet" #5 by Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting, the revelation about Mockingbird triggers Velvet's memories about their love and loss and a related loss of her childhood hero and mentor.

Publisher:
Image Comics
Writer:
Ed Brubaker
Artists:
Steve Epting
Reviewer:
Jennifer Cheng
May 23rd, 2014

Velvet #4

Velvet continues the hunt to unravel a conspiracy and clear her name in Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting's "Velvet" #4.

Publisher:
Image Comics
Writer:
Ed Brubaker
Artists:
Steve Epting
Reviewer:
Kelly Thompson
March 10th, 2014

Velvet #3

"Velvet" #3 by Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting has Velvet hot on the trail of the truth about X-14, after the first two issues, which introduced the circumstances that spurred her to reactivate herself as an intelligence agent.

Publisher:
Image Comics
Writer:
Ed Brubaker
Artists:
Steve Epting
Reviewer:
Jennifer Cheng
January 20th, 2014

Mighty Avengers #4

Al Ewing and Greg Land deliver some subplots and pour the foundation for Luke Cage's team in "Mighty Avengers" #4.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Al Ewing
Artists:
Greg Land, Jay Leisten
Reviewer:
Doug Zawisza
December 13th, 2013

Velvet #2

"Velvet" #2 is full of the same stylized '70s espionage greatness of the first issue. Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting build a world of mystery one leap from a Mini Cooper at a time.

Publisher:
Image Comics
Writer:
Ed Brubaker
Artists:
Steve Epting
Reviewer:
Matt Little
December 6th, 2013

Velvet #1

"Velvet" #1 is another strong debut for Image and Ed Brubaker with stunning art by Steve Epting.

Publisher:
Image Comics
Writer:
Ed Brubaker
Artists:
Steve Epting
Reviewer:
Kelly Thompson
October 21st, 2013

Secret Avengers #7

Daisy Johnson and the Secret Avengers take on AIM in "Secret Avengers" #7 by Nick Spencer and company.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Nick Spencer
Artists:
Steve Epting, Butch Guice, Brian Theis, Rick Magyar
Reviewer:
James Hunt
August 19th, 2013

New Avengers #6

"New Avengers" #6 from Jonathan Hickman and Steve Epting continues to investigate and attack the incursions of other realities as the Illuminati prepare to do the unthinkable.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Jonathan Hickman
Artists:
Steve Epting, Rick Magyar
Reviewer:
Doug Zawisza
May 31st, 2013

New Avengers #2

A meeting of the minds occurs in "New Avengers" #2 courtesy of Jonathan Hickman and Steve Epting.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Jonathan Hickman
Artists:
Steve Epting, Rick Magyar
Reviewer:
Doug Zawisza
January 17th, 2013

New Avengers #1

"New Avengers” #1 from Jonathan Hickman and Steve Epting is really a Black Panther story in disguise. The New Avengers aspect is there, but most of it is either background or impenetrable.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Jonathan Hickman
Artists:
Steve Epting, Rick Magyar
Reviewer:
Ryan K. Lindsay
January 2nd, 2013

Captain America #15

Cullen Bunn and Scot Eaton join the creative team in "Captain America" #15 and bring the Discordians with them to make Cap's life even more complicated.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Ed Brubaker, Cullen Bunn
Artists:
Scot Eaton, Rick Magyar
Reviewer:
Doug Zawisza
July 30th, 2012

Winter Soldier #8

"Winter Soldier" #8 marks a transition for the narrative, as set pieces move the players to new locations, making writer Ed Brubaker's slow pace build tension for the conclusion.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Ed Brubaker
Artists:
Michael Lark, Brian Thies, Stefano Gaudiano
Reviewer:
Ryan K. Lindsay
July 27th, 2012

Winter Soldier #6

"Winter Soldier" #6 brings a new threat, who proves his oppositional stance to James Barnes in every way.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Ed Brubaker
Artists:
Michael Lark, Stefano Gaudiano, Brian Thies
Reviewer:
Ryan K. Lindsay
June 11th, 2012

FF #16

If Valeria's expression on the cover isn't enough to get you to check out this book, then maybe the incredible cliffhanger at the end might be.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Jonathan Hickman
Artists:
Nick Dragotta, Steve Epting
Reviewer:
Doug Zawisza
March 30th, 2012

Fantastic Four #601

The Fantastic Four are finally  back together again.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Jonathan Hickman
Artists:
Steve Epting, Rick Magyar, Mark Pennington
Reviewer:
James Hunt
December 26th, 2011

FF #12

"FF" continues on after "Fantastic Four" returns, but the art choice is sabotaging the story.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Jonathan Hickman
Artists:
Juan Bobillo, Marcelo Sosa
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
November 30th, 2011

Fantastic Four #600

“FF” no more, this title reverts to its original numbering and name as Marvel gives us the return of the “Fantastic Four.” Sort of.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Jonathan Hickman
Artists:
Steve Epting, Rick Magyar, Carmine Di Giandomenico, Ming Doyle, Leinil Francis Yu, Gerry Alanguilan, Farel Dalrymple
Reviewer:
Doug Zawisza
November 24th, 2011

FF #11

"FF" #11 leads into next month's "Fantastic Four" #600 with a remarkably low-energy issue.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Jonathan Hickman
Artists:
Barry Kitson, Scott Hanna, Scott Koblish, Jay Leisten, Mark Pennington
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
October 26th, 2011

FF #8

With the Inhumans side-story concluded, "FF" lurches back into action, but the momentum is lost.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Jonathan Hickman
Artists:
Steve Epting
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
August 24th, 2011

FF #3

The FF decide to explore a massive information dump, and drag us through it in the process.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Jonathan Hickman
Artists:
Steve Epting, Rick Magyar, Butch Guice
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
May 11th, 2011

FF #1

“The Future Foundation is about changing the world, Peter. Forever. You’re going to love it.”

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Jonathan Hickman
Artists:
Steve Epting, Rick Magyar
Reviewer:
Doug Zawisza
March 23rd, 2011

Fantastic Four #587

Hickman and Epting's "Three" is a story worthy of the attention it’s getting, but for all the right reasons.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Jonathan Hickman
Artists:
Steve Epting, Rick Maygar, Mike Perkins
Reviewer:
Benjamin Birdie
January 25th, 2011

Fantastic Four #586

Someone's gonna die soon. And this issue shows that it could be ANY one of the Four.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Jonathan Hickman
Artists:
Steve Epting, Rick Magyar
Reviewer:
Benjamin Birdie
December 27th, 2010

Fantastic Four #585

Marvel’s first family is split across many varied scenes but it is Namor, and his brutish actions, that end this comic on a great note.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Jonathan Hickman
Artists:
Steve Epting
Reviewer:
Ryan K. Lindsay
November 27th, 2010

Fantastic Four #584

"Fantastic Four" is still entertaining, but it's also starting to lose some steam.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Jonathan Hickman
Artists:
Steve Epting
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
October 27th, 2010

Fantastic Four #583

Like an ouroboros hydra, everything Hickman has done so far connects with itself, and all hope lies in Doom.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Jonathan Hickman
Artists:
Steve Epting
Reviewer:
Ryan K. Lindsay
September 24th, 2010

The Marvels Project #8

The look back at the beginning of the Marvel age of heroes concludes with one of the most infamous days in American history: December 7, 1941, the day Pearl Harbor was bombed.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Ed Brubaker
Artists:
Steve Epting
Reviewer:
Chad Nevett
May 13th, 2010

The Marvels Project #7

"The Marvels Project" is set to wrap up next month, but my one complaint with this issue is it feels like we're barely there.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Ed Brubaker
Artists:
Steve Epting
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
March 28th, 2010

The Marvels Project #6

Steve Epting and Dave Stewart deliver some of the best art you’re likely to find in a comic this week.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Ed Brubaker
Artists:
Steve Epting
Reviewer:
Chad Nevett
February 23rd, 2010

The Marvels Project #5

Fans of Brubaker and Epting's "Captain America" will definitely want to read this title if they aren't already.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Ed Brubaker
Artists:
Steve Epting
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
January 19th, 2010

The Marvels Project #3

Brubaker tells a noirish version of the Golden Age of Marvel, but it's not enough of a new take to make it special.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Ed Brubaker
Artists:
Steve Epting
Reviewer:
Timothy Callahan
October 19th, 2009

The Marvels Project #2

The untold history of the Marvel universe continues as multiple plots run parallel and will begin to intersect soon, hopefully.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Ed Brubaker
Artists:
Steve Epting
Reviewer:
Chad Nevett
September 10th, 2009

The Marvels Project #1

Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting go back to the beginning of the Marvel universe before the US joined World War II and superhumans had not yet influenced the war.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Ed Brubaker
Artists:
Steve Epting
Reviewer:
Chad Nevett
August 11th, 2009

Captain America #50

Bucky celebrates his birthday the only way he knows how -- fighting.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Ed Brubaker
Artists:
Luke Ross, Rick Magyar, Marcos Martin, Fred Hembeck
Reviewer:
James Hunt
May 20th, 2009

Captain America #49

No Cap, no Bucky, just Sharon Carter trapped inside her memories. And it's good.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Ed Brubaker
Artists:
Luke Ross, Rick Magyar
Reviewer:
Timothy Callahan
April 13th, 2009

Captain America #48

Cap, Namor and the Black Widow try to foil Professor Chin’s plans to release a Human Torch virus. But, are they too late?

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Ed Brubaker
Artists:
Butch Guice, Luke Ross, Steve Epting
Reviewer:
Chad Nevett
March 25th, 2009

New Avengers #50

Guest artists galore! The New Avengers hate the Dark Avengers! Continuity error! Pop culture references! Extra pages! Read the review!

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Brian Michael Bendis
Artists:
Billy Tan, Batt, Bryan Hitch, David Aja, Michael Gaydos, David López, Álvaro López, Alex Maleev, Steve McNiven, Dexer Vines, Leinil Francis Yu, Mark Morales, Steve Epting, Greg Horn
Reviewer:
Chad Nevett
February 25th, 2009

Captain America #47

The Winter Soldier returns to action in an action comic that's surprisingly introspective.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Ed Brubaker
Artists:
Butch Guice
Reviewer:
Timothy Callahan
February 25th, 2009

Captain America #46

The new Captain America teams up with Namor to recover the body of the original Human Torch! Plus, the shocking return of a character you never thought you’d see again!

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Ed Brubaker
Artists:
Steve Epting
Reviewer:
Chad Nevett
January 26th, 2009
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