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Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV and Tony Daniel's "Batman and Robin Eternal" #1 "is full of so many possibilities it feels like anything can happen."
Neil Gaiman and J.H. Williams III's "The Sandman: Overture" #6 "is a celebration of the series... as well as a thoroughly enjoyable new chapter."
Christos Gage and Rebekah Isaacs' "Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 10" #19 "is a high point for 'Buffy' as a whole, comics or otherwise. "
"Hellboy in Hell" #8 will make readers "look forward to another trip back to Hell soon, so long as Mike Mignola leads the way."
Kelly Thompson & Emma Vieceli kick off "Viral," the second arc of IDW's "Jem and the Holograms," by impressively building on what came before.
Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie's "The Wicked + The Divine" #14 is "not only a pleasure, it was something that I wanted without even realizing it."
Scott Snyder, Brian Azzarello and Jock's "Batman" #44 "is how you pull off an over-sized issue."
Tom King and Toby Cypress' "The Omega Men" #4 is "intelligent, devious and determined to make you squirm."
"There's so much exuberance and joy in Noelle Stevenson, Shannon Watters and Brooke Allen's 'Lumberjanes' #17 that it just bleeds off of the page."
Jonathan Hickman and Nick Dragotta's "East of West" #20 "is a warning shot fired over the proverbial bow: ignore this comic at your own peril."
Brenden Fletcher, Cameron Stewart and Babs Tarr's "Batgirl" #43 "continues to surprise... and delight as the action bursts onto the page."
"Forget about a new James Bond film; we have a new 'Velvet' story arc" in Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting's "Velvet" #11.
"Told in a manner from which you can't look away, Steve Orlando and J.D. Faith's 'Virgil' graphic novel is an explosion of rage and vengeance."
Paul Cornell and Neil Edwards' "Doctor Who: Four Doctors" #1 "is not only a good media tie-in comic, it's a good comic, period."
Ed Brubaker and Sean Philips' "The Fade Out" #8 "is yet another twisty, intricate, keeps-you-guessing issue."
Brandon Graham and Marian Churchland's "8house: Arclight" #2 "makes fantasy truly fantastical again."
In "The Omega Men" #3, "Tom King shows the variety available in this series, and Barnaby Bagenda's art keeps up without missing a beat."
"It's a real pleasure to see such a smart and mature take on the character" in Steve Orlando and ACO's "Midnighter" #3.
Kieron Gillen and Filipe Andrade's "Siege" #2 "delivers a payoff following an issue of mounting suspense and character study."
Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie's "Phonogram: The Immaterial Girl" #1 ensures "that new and returning readers alike are entertained."
The Justice League paying a visit to past and present Batman in "Detective Comics" #45, but Peter J. Tomasi and Marcio Takara's story feels like a tired retread.
Greg Pak, Aaron Kuder and Scott Kolins begin to tie together multiple story threads in "Action Comics" #45 as Superman follows the path of Wrath.
Lauren Beukes and Dale Halvorsen have big ideas in their script for "Survivors' Club" #1, but it's Ryan Kelly's visuals that evoke a sense of horror above all else as six survivors of occult events are brought together.
In "Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor: Year Two" #1, Si Spurrier, Rob Williams and Simon Fraser plunge the Doctor and Alice into a problem started by one of the Doctor's past selves, but the present needs more zip to it.
James Tynion IV, Scott Snyder, Tony Daniel and Sandu Florea kick off a new Batman weekly series in "Batman and Robin Eternal" #1, and we quickly see why this comic gives Robin title billing.
Gene Luen Yang, John Romita Jr. and Klaus Janson continue their "Before Truth" storyline in "Superman" #44, but the little glimpses of fun fail to make up for a book that is otherwise lacking in energy.
Neil Gaiman, J.H. Williams, Dave Stewart and Todd Klein present their story's final act in "The Sandman: Overture" #6, as the vortex is defeated and Dream's descent into "The Sandman" #1 happens once more.
Amanda Conner, Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Gray, Stephane Roux and Elliot Fernandez 's "Harley Quinn and Power Girl" #4 goes from one silly situation to another, all while keeping a bit of drama.
Tom King, Tim Seeley and Mikel Janin's "Grayson" #12 takes Dick back to his old stomping grounds in Gotham City, where his closest allies discover the truth about his "death."
Christos Gage and Rebekah Isaacs mix familiar emotion and the supernatural in "Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 10" #19, which is just as good as the original show's high points.
Mike Mignola not only revisits part of Hellboy's past, but also shows us the future of Hell as "The Hounds of Pluto" concludes in "Hellboy in Hell" #8.
Kelly Thompson & Emma Vieceli's "Jem and the Holograms" #7 finds Jerrica and Co. dealing with their sudden popularity as the Misfits prepare to strike back.
Donna Troy gets a new outfit, but otherwise nothing really happens in Meredith Finch, David Finch and Jonathan Glapion's "Wonder Woman" #44.
Cullen Bunn and Javier Pina launch "Green Lantern: The Lost Army" #4 into its endgame against the light-stealers.
"Dark Truth" continues in "Superman/Wonder Woman" #21, as Peter J. Tomasi, Doug Mahnke and company introduce more bumps in the Superman/Wonder Woman relationship as well as a new power-hungry villain or two.
Amanda Conner, Jimmy Palmiotti and Emanuela Lupacchino pour on the charm in "Starfire" #4 as Starfire and Terra team up to destroy a Chida monster from beneath the planet's surface.
Marguerite Bennett, G. Willow Wilson, Jorge Molina, Craig Yeung and Walden Wong reveal the identity of Arcadia's traitor and kick off the final fight in "A-Force" #4, but some of the sense of wonder is sadly diminished.
Clark Kent successfully defends his old neighborhood in "Action Comics" #44, even as Greg Pak and Aaron Kuder leave the Man of Steel feeling more homeless than ever.
"The Wicked + The Divine" #14 gives Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie the chance to release a remix and, like all good remixes, former plot threads are brought to the foreground and have new prominence while added material explains much.
Scott Snyder, Brian Azzarello, Jock and Lee Loughridge flash back to just after "Zero Year" for "Batman" #44, as Batman learns a hard lesson even as Mr. Bloom lurks in the shadows.