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Marguerite Bennett, G. Willow Wilson and Jorge Molina's "A-Force" #2 "packs in strong characters, smart characterization and wonderful artwork."
Tom King and Barnaby Bagenda "give readers a solid mix of characters and action, uncertainty and comfortable familiarity" in "Omega Men" #2.
Sam Humphries and Marc Laming's "Planet Hulk" #2 "lives up to expectations, providing one of the most entertaining reads of the 'Secret Wars' experience."
"Cullen Bunn and Jesus Saiz give readers a dynamic debut for a storied DC franchise" in "Green Lantern: The Lost Army" #1.
Mark Waid and Greg Smallwood "infuse 'S.H.I.E.L.D.' #7 with rich character work and fun stories that are upbeat and easily approachable."
Keith Giffen, J.M. DeMatteis and Howard Porter "stock 'Justice League 3001' #1 full of potential stories and ongoing developments."
Patrick Gleason's "Robin: Son of Batman" #1 is full of "pages with fun images, emotive characters and exciting action."
Brian Michael Bendis and Andrea Sorrentino create "a solid story, vital characters and plenty of action" in "Old Man Logan" #2.
Rob Williams and Eddy Barrows' "Martian Manhunter" #1 "delivers the sci-fi horror of a sleeper alien invasion plot cracking wide open."
"For fans of the franchise, Erik Burnham and Dan Schoening's 'Ghostbusters: Get Real' #1 is certain to become indispensable."
"For those who have truly enjoyed... 'Thor: God of Thunder' and 'Thor,' Jason Aaron and Chris Sprouse's 'Thors' #1 is a comic you cannot miss."
"With the characters effectively established in 'Captain Marvel & the Carol Corps" #1, DeConnick, Thompson and Lopez are ready to continue the adventure."
Si Spurrier and Kev Walker's "Marvel Zombies" #1 is "a solid introduction to a strong, enjoyable character."
Felipe Smith and Juan Gedeon's "Ghost Racers" #1 "offers readers a powerful opportunity to have their gears stripped and their minds blown."
Marguerite Bennett and Mike Norton's "Years of Future Past" #1 is "filled with uneasy predicaments, interpersonal challenges and a cliffhanger."
Heath Corson and Gustavo Duarte's "Bizarro" #1 "will certainly hit the spot for readers jonesing for something different and fun."
Geoff Johns and Jason Fabok's "Justice League" #41 "is a grand new start, with revelations and jawdroppers aplenty."
Charles Soule, John Timms and Roberto Poggi's "Inhumans: Attilan Rising" #1 "puts a new spin on the Inhumans, Battleworld and Lord Doom's inner circle."
"There's a lot to like in Dustin Weaver and Gerry Duggan's 'The Infinity Gauntlet' #1, and a lot more to look forward to in future issues."
Fabian Nicieza and ChrisCross's "Convergence: Justice League of America" #2 proves "the Justice League Detroit has story characters worth investigating."
Drax and Ant-Man team up to stop an intergalactic arms deal in Nick Giovanetti, Paul Scheer and Shawn Crystal's "Guardians Team-Up" #7.
While no one punches any sharks in "A-Force" #2, Maguerite Bennett, G. Willow Wilson and Jorge Molina give readers plenty to enjoy.
The shroud of mystery is lifted just a bit more in Tom King and Barnaby Bagenda's "Omega Men" #2.
Steve Rogers and Devil Dinosaur continue to wander Greenland and come across Doc Green in Sam Humphries and Marc Laming's "Planet Hulk" #2.
Five Green Lanterns are lost in space, trying to find the Green Lantern Corps, their power battery or any sense of direction in Cullen Bunn and Jesus Saiz's "Green Lantern: The Lost Army" #1.
Quake and Mister Hyde meet up with Phil Coulson and his crew in Mark Waid and Greg Smallwood's "S.H.I.E.L.D." #7.
Set "Years Ago," Will Corona Pilgrim and Andrea Di Vito's "Ant-Man: Larger Than Life" #1 peeks into the past of the Marvel Cinematic Universe's Ant-Man.
Cullen Bunn and Trevor McCarthy's "Aquaman" #41 changes up the status quo but resists providing any details in this first issue by its new creative team.
Keith Giffen, J. M. DeMatteis and Howard Porter's "Justice League 3001" #1 starts the next season of the adventures of the not-quite Justice League.
Members of the creative crew and cast of characters from the recently-completed "Guardians 3000" find their way into Dan Abnett and Otto Schmidt's "Korvac Saga" #1.
"Dead Hand" comes to a conclusion in Robert Venditti and Diego Bernard's "X-O Manowar" #37.
Young Damian Wayne sets off on a journey in Patrick Gleason's "Robin: Son of Batman" #1.
Brian Michael Bendis and Andrea Sorrentino's "Old Man Logan" #2 sends Logan over the wall, where he finds a batch of familiar faces and even more familiar trouble.
Rob Williams and Eddy Barrows' "Martian Manhunter" #1 gives everyone's favorite green Martian another chance at an ongoing.
Erik Burnham and Dan Schoening bring the Ghostbusters and the cartoon-based "real" Ghostbusters together in "Ghostbusters: Get Real" #1.
In "Thors" #1, Jason Aaron and Chris Sprouse give some personality to the Thor corps that patrol Battleworld in "Secret Wars."
Scott Lobdell and Denis Medri give readers one extended scene to cover nineteen pages in "Red Hood/Arsenal" #1.
Genevieve Valentine and David Messina's "Catwoman" #41 is filled with exposition to bring readers up to speed on Selina Kyle's activities and supporting cast.
"Mrs. Deadpool and the Howling Commandos" #1 is a complete misnomer of a title, as writer Gerry Duggan, artist Salva Espin and Deadpool himself demonstrate to readers in this "Secret Wars" spinoff.
Taking to the skies of Battleworld, Kelly Sue DeConnick, Kelly Thompson and David Lopez introduce Carol Danvers and the Banshee Squadron in "Captain Marvel and the Carol Corps" #1.