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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.
James Robinson and Greg Hinkle's "Airboy" #1 is "a unique book... with a decadently enjoyable confessional narrative and stunning cartooning."
Dan Slott, Mike and Laura Allred's "Silver Surfer" #11 "is an exciting experiment from a creative team that pushes each other to do weirder and funner things."
Chuck Palahniuk and Cameron Stewart's "Fight Club 2" #1 "maintains the dark sense of humor present in much of Palahniuk's work."
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."
Brian Michael Bendis and Valerio Schiti bring this volume of "Guardians of the Galaxy" to a close in its 27th issue.
The gods have come back for all of our beer in Joe Casey and Paul Maybury's highly entertaining "Valhalla Mad" #1
Brian Michael Bendis and Mark Bagley smash together the 616 and 1610 universes just in time for the end of the world in "Ultimate End" #1.
In Brian Wood and Danijel Zezelj's excellent "Starve" #1, a celebrity chef returns to America to take back his life.
Becky Cloonan and Andy Belanger continue to roll out the mystery aboard the ship in "Southern Cross" #3.
Crockett and Tubbs must deal with ex-cons, zombie drugs, and missing children in Joe Casey and Jim Mahfood's wild "Miami Vice Remix" #3.
The fate of the Marvel Universe and the inner workings of Battleworld are revealed in Jonathan Hickman and Esad Ribic's "Secret Wars" #2.
James Robinson and Greg Hinkle make a mess of their lives as they search for inspiration in "Airboy" #1.
The fate of Parker Industries hangs in the balance as Ghost and Spider-Man face off in Dan Slott, Christos Gage and Humberto Ramos' "Amazing Spider-Man" #18.
Dayoung returns to the stands for another gorgeous issue in Brandon Montclaire and Amy Reeder's "Rocket Girl" #6.
In "Secret Wars" #0, Jonathan Hickman and Paul Renaud craft a quiet story just before the big blowout, while Hajime Isayama and Gerardo Sandoval bring "Attack on Titan" to New York.
Justin Gray and Claude St. Aubin try their best, but "Convergence: Action Comics" #1 just doesn't get off the ground.
Jonathan Hickman, Stefano Caselli and Kev Walker prove that everything does die in "Avengers" #44.
The Silver Surfer leads readers down a repeating path in Dan Slott, Mike and Laura Allred's wonderful "Silver Surfer" #11.
Chuck Palahniuk and Cameron Stewart bring the sequel to one of the writer's most famous works to life in "Fight Club 2" #1.
Pre-"Crisis" Batman tries to solve the mystery of the dome in Mark Andreyko and Carlos D'Anda's solid "Convergence: Batman and The Outsiders" #1.
The galaxy is in trouble and only Kitty Pryde can save it in Sam Humphries, Ed McGuinness and Javier Garrón's "Guardians of the Galaxy & X-Men: The Black Vortex Omega."
Sam Humphries and Paco Medina try their best with the hand they're dealt in the overly-padded "The Legendary Star-Lord" #11.
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.