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Mark Waid and Dean Haspiel's "The Fox" #1 is "a great introduction to Ted's world and a solid blend of superhero and noir storytelling."
Justin Jordan and Tradd Moore's "The Legacy of Luther Strode" #1 is "exactly what fans of the trilogy would hope for."
Gabriel Hardman and Corinna Bechko's "Invisible Republic" #1 is "full of writing that compliments the art and vice versa."
Xavier Dorison, Terry and Rachel Dodson's "Red One" #1 is "fun and full of great characters that audiences can get behind."
Geoff Johns, John Romita Jr. and Klaus Janson's "Superman" #39 "is a fantastic close to this chapter of Superman's life."
De Campi, Ruiz & Koslowski's "Archie Vs. Predator" "takes a huge risk and it pays off incredibly well, resulting in a satisfying teen comedy horror story."
Nick Spencer and Ramon Rosanas' "Ant-Man" #3 is "another entertaining, high quality comic from Marvel."
"Jason Aaron, John Cassaday and Laura Martin pack the issue with everything a fan of the franchise could hope for" in "Star Wars" #3.
Brian Wood and Andrea Mutti's "Rebels" #1 "is a good comic book full of solid characterization and beautiful art."
King, Seeley and Janin's "Grayson" #8 is "another great issue of a great series."
Dennis Hopeless and Javier Rodriguez's "Spider-Woman" #5 "has found its voice very quickly."
Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's "Batman" #39 "feels like this could have been the climax of their work."
In "Silver Surfer" #9, Slott and Allred "break out serious storytelling skills" to spin "a great single issue example of what this crew can create."
Brian Michael Bendis and David Marquez's "Miles Morales: The Ultimate Spider-Man" #10 is "the latest issue of this consistently wonderful series."
In Slott, Camuncoli and Coipel's "Amazing Spider-Man" #14, "'Spider-Verse' winds up being a fun, self-aware event."
Jeff Lemire and Dustin Nguyen's "Descender" #1 is "a well-paced affair" and has "a lot of imagination."
Swierczynski and Gaydos' "The Black Hood" #1 marks "a thrilling start to a new publishing initiative" for Dark Circle Comics, Archie Comics' new superhero imprint.
Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming's "Powers" #1 is both "a great re-introduction to the universe" and "a great jumping on point."
As "Jupiter's Legacy" concludes its first arc, Millar and Quietly close the fifth issue with "a great moment of personal growth for the characters."
Kathryn Immonen & Rich Ellis' "Operation S.I.N." #1 is "full of great art and stylish dialogue," the opener to a series that could be a "fun ride."
Corbin Quinn and Danny Reilly are set loose in the timestream in Mark Millar and Sean Gordon Murphy's fun "Chrononauts" #2.
Catwoman adjusts to life under the dome in Justin Gray and Ron Randall's "Convergence: Catwoman" #1.
"The Fox" lands at Dark Circle with a brand new number one by Mark Waid and Dean Haspiel.
Mikey and Brennan are on the run as Joshua Williamson and Andrei Bressan kick off their second arc in "Birthright" #6.
The Black Vortex falls into the hands of Earth's Mightiest Avenger in Kelly Sue DeConnick and David Lopez's "Captain Marvel" #14.
Justin Jordan, Tradd Moore and Felipe Sobiero return to wrap up their hyper violent trilogy with gore-ious fashion in "The Legacy of Luther Strode" #1.
Steve Seely, Mike Moreci and Chris Dibari bring back "Hoax Hunters" for a new series in this debut standalone from Heavy Metal Comics.
A bus full of students is stranded in the middle of a strange country in Alex de Campi and Carla Speed McNeil's "No Mercy" #1.
John Layman and Javier Garrón put Scott's back against the wall in "Cyclops" #12 as part of "The Black Vortex" crossover.
Robert Venditti and Diego Bernard's "X-O Manowar" #35 puts Aric in a race against the Dead Hand in order to save the Vine.
Scott Summers finds himself the king of an empty castle in Brian Michael Bendis and Chris Bachalo's "Uncanny X-Men" #32.
Daredevil debuts a new look as the end looms large for Mark Waid and Chris Samnee's run in "Daredevil" #14.
Gabriel Hardman, Corinna Bechko and Jordan Boyd introduce a political conspiracy in the far reaches of space in the tense "Invisible Republic" #1.
Xavier Dorison, Terry and Rachel Dodson introduce 1970s Hollywood to Vera Yelnikov, who is full of confidence and a big secret in the cheeky spy adventure "Red One" #1.
Clark deals with the fallout of last issue's events in the introspective "Superman" #39 by Geoff Johns and John Romita Jr.
Alex de Campi and Rich Koslowski deliver a highly entertaining kickoff in the never-thought-it-would-happen "Archie Vs. Predator" #1.
Brian Lynch and Jerry Gaylord welcome back the Wyld Stallyns in "Bill and Ted's Most Triumphant Return" #1.
Nick Spencer, Ramon Rosanas and Jordan Boyd start to explore Scott Lang's new surroundings in "Ant-Man" #3.
Jason Aaron and John Cassaday give readers a satisfying conclusion to their opening arc in "Star Wars" #3.
Brian Wood and Andrea Mutti take readers back to the creation of the United States of America in "Rebels" #1.