Axel-In-Charge: Extending "Secret Wars," Excitement for a "Totally Awesome Hulk"
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"Readers will find themselves pulled further into the Spyral" thanks to "Tim Seeley, Tom King and Mikel Janín's innovative work" in "Grayson" #11.
David Mandel and Michael Walsh's "Hank Johnson, Agent of HYDRA" #1 is "a 'Curb Your Enthusiasm'-style comedy set in the Marvel Universe ."
Geoff Johns and Jason Fabok's "Justice League" #43 "is a gripping and tension-driven installment, raising the stakes and escalating the action."
Ed Piskor's "Hip Hop Family Tree" #1 "is an exhaustively researched, fascinatingly educational and beautifully composed piece of comic art."
"Readers looking for the lost tone of classic animation work will consider a visit to Fairyland time well spent" in Young's "I Hate Fairyland" #1.
Jonathan Hickman and Esad Ribic's "Secret Wars" #5 "is essential for those following Hickman's maxi-saga or readers looking for Doom's motivation."
Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's "Batman" #43 "is another stop on what is becoming a wickedly fun and unpredictable journey."
"Infinity Gauntlet" #3 features "strong visual work from Dustin Weaver as well as a balanced script of family adventure by Gerry Duggan."
Justin Jordan and Jorge Coelho's "John Flood" #1 "is an exciting comic book full of engaging characters, solid plot structure and knockout art."
Mike Mignola's "Hellboy in Hell" #7 "already has the elements that make the exploits of Hellboy so great."
Jason Aaron and Simone Bianchi's "Star Wars" #7 is "yet another fantastic chapter in the relaunched series."
John Barber and Andrew Griffith "breathe new life into the generation one characters" in "Transformers" #43.
Jeff Lemire and Doug Braithwaite's "Book of Death: The Fall of Bloodshot" #1 is "entertaining and concise with a heartfelt ending."
Ales Kot and Matt Taylor "fill the pages with entertaining, original voices" and "clean, readable illustrations" in "Wolf" #1.
Mark Waid and Fiona Staples' "Archie" #1 is "a must-read comic for anyone looking for fun, engaging characters and beautifully drawn, on-trend style."
Si Spurrier and Jeff Stokely's "Spire" #1 "is a promising start to a new world and a great effort by all involved."
Steve Orlando and Alec Morgan's "Midnighter" #2 "feels like the best representation of him in years."
Chip Zdarsky and Joe Quinones give readers "an issue full of well-acted characters and funny gags" in "Howard the Duck" #4.
Tom King, Tim Seeley and Mikel Janin's "Grayson" #9 has "the best elements of the spy genre with a modern twist."
Mark Waid and J.G. Jones' "Strange Fruit" #1 is "a must read for anyone who is a fan of the medium."
"Axcend" #1 by Shane Davis and Michelle Delecki is a gorgeous story about a teen gamer becoming his avatar, but it suffers as Davis searches for his voice as a writer.
In the fun and action packed "Grayson" #11 by Tim Seeley, Tom King and Mikel Janín, the mole stands revealed, leading to even more questions.
For Hank Johnson, superheroes are just one of life's many dangers in David Mandel and Michael Walsh's hilarious "Hank Johnson, Agent of HYDRA" #1.
The lines are drawn as turtle fights mutant for the right to stand with their masters in the exciting "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" #49.
The stakes are raised even higher as Darkseid and Anti-Monitor finally meet face-to-face in "Justice League" #43.
Ed Piskor takes readers through the history of a great American cultural movement in "Hip Hop Family Tree" #1.
Skottie Young and Jean-Francois Beaulieu introduce readers to a hilariously violent fantasy world in "I Hate Fairyland" #1.
Ashley Wood, Chris Ryall and Nelson Daniel explore the subatomic world of string theory in "String Divers" #1.
In "Secret Wars" #5, Jonathan Hickman and Esad Ribic establish a quiet, game-setting installment before everything goes to hell.
In "Batman" #43, Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo reveal more about Bruce Wayne and give readers their first taste of Mr. Bloom.
In "Infinity Gauntlet" #3, Gerry Duggan and Dustin Weaver slow down the action and bring their players together.
Justin Jordan and Jorge Coelho introduce readers to an engaging procedural tale in the excellent "John Flood" #1.
Hellboy must stave off a parasite determined to consume his soul in Mike Mignola's "Hellboy In Hell" #7.
After a great start, the storytelling takes a very troublesome turn in Gene Yang and John Romita Jr.'s "Superman" #42.
Deadpool continues his journey on the original Battleworld in Cullen Bunn and Matteo Lolli's "Deadpool's Secret Secret Wars" #1.
Jason Aaron and Simone Bianchi tell the tale of Obi Wan Kenobi's early days of exile in "Star Wars" #7.
Cosmos investigates the Earth-based Decepticon outpost and finds more than meets the eye in John Barber and Andrew Griffith's "Transformers" #43.
Three humans and a fish are imbued with strange powers in "Power Up" #1 by Kate Leth and Matt Cummings.
Jeff Lemire and Doug Braithwaite take readers to the distant end days for the nanite-powered killing machine in "Book of Death: The Fall of Bloodshot" #1.
Ales Kot and Matt Taylor introduce readers to a new side of Los Angeles in the offbeat and entertaining "Wolf" #1.