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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."
"Garth Ennis' script is the funniest he's been in ages and John McCrea packs every panel with hilarious details" in "All-Star Section Eight" #1.
John Barber and Tom Scioli's "Transformers Vs. G.I. Joe" #7 "may be the best, most nuanced issue yet."
Dennis Hopeless and Javier Rodriguez's "Spider-Woman" #8 is "a beautiful work of fiction that fans won't want to miss."
"The stakes are more personal than they have ever been for Peter" in Dan Slott and Adam Kubert's "Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows" #1.
Kevin Eastman, Bobby Curnow, Tom Waltz and Mateus Santolouco's "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" #46 continues to be "a white-knuckled thrill ride."
Ales Kot and Will Tempest's "Material" #1 "is the comic book equivalent of a sprawling HBO television series."
In Walt Simonson's "Ragnarok" #5, "the story pulls in readers and the old-school craftsmanship of the narrative means the book has much to give."
"Readers who miss Wolverine or love artful violence need to check out Brian Michael Bendis and Andrea Sorrentino's 'Old Man Logan' #1 posthaste. "
Brian Wood and Danijel Zezelj's "Starve" #1 "is a well-paced and entertaining introduction to a character driven story."
Joe Casey and Jim Mahfood's "Miami Vice Remix" #3 is "perfect for anyone looking for some wild action, strange plot twists, and cool-as-hell visuals."
Jonathan Hickman's tale delivers a fantastic curve, and Esad Ribic's art is Eisner Award-worthy in "Secret Wars" #2.
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.
In Brian Michael Bendis and Mike Deodato's "Guardians of Knowhere" #1, Gamora feels that all is not as it seems on Battleworld.
In Patrick Gleason's "Robin: Son of Batman" #2, Damian continues his path to redemption in South America.
Get in the van with Black Canary and find out who has been stalking them in "Black Canary" #2 by Brenden Fletcher and Annie Wu.
Zim and GIR return and the world is a better place for it in "Invader Zim" #1 by Jhonen Vasquez, Aaron Alexovich and Megan Lawton.
Charles Soule and Leinil Francis Yu ask readers "What If...Civil War never ended?" in "Civil War" #1.
A hurricane blows into Key West, Florida in Amanda Connor, Jimmy Palmiotti and Emanuela Lupacchino's "Starfire" #2.
"Archie" #1 is a brilliant reimagining of one of comics' most enduring characters by Mark Waid and Fiona Staples.
Simon Spurrier and Jeff Stokely create a fantasy realm with action, corruption and suspense in "The Spire" #1.
Heath Corson and Gustavo Duarte continue their warped tour of the DC Universe in "Bizarro" #2.
Greg Pak and Aaron Kuder continue to examine the ramifications of Superman's outing on the world at large in "Action Comics" #42.
Midnighter deals with personal loss both in the cowl and out of it in Steve Orlando and Alec Morgan's "Midnighter" #2.
Howard, Tara and Dr. Strange try to stop Tellos from assembling the Abundant Glove in Chip Zdarsky and Joe Quinones' "Howard the Duck" #4.
Tom King, Tim Seeley and Mikel Janín dive back into the sexy and thrilling world of spy work in the delightful "Grayson" #9.
Someone is stealing the Man of Steel's life in Peter Tomasi and Doug Mahnke's "Superman/Wonder Woman" #18.
Jason Shawn Alexander introduces readers to a world of beautiful futuristic noir full of sex and horror in "Empty Zone" #1.
It's all hijinks and slapstick chaos in the far reaches of the galaxy in Amanda Connor, Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Gray and Stephane Roux's "Harley Quinn and Power Girl" #1.