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Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples' "Saga" #31 "delivers a deftly balanced story that has yet to dip below the standards of even 'pretty good.'"
"Though Spider-Man isn't here, the spirit of the character shows all over" in Robbie Thompson and Stacey Lee's "Silk" #1.
Dennis Hopeless and Javier Rodriguez pull "Spider-Woman" #1 "together in a fun, matter-of-fact manner" with "gorgeous art."
Tom Taylor and David Lopez's "All-New Wolverine" #1 "blends the familiar and the fresh with style and keeps fans engaged the entire issue."
"The stories remain as enthralling as ever, even without a single walker to be found," in Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard's "The Walking Dead" #148.
Gerry Duggan and Mike Hawthorne's "Deadpool" #1 "is a perfect introduction to the character for new fans and gives returning fans some stuff to chew on."
Zac Gorman and CJ Cannon's "Rick and Morty" #7 "has a deft understanding of what makes the series great."
Tim Seeley, Tom King and Mikel Janin "combine character-based comedy with high action and breathtaking stunts" in "Grayson" #13.
Nick Spencer and Ramon Rosanas' "The Astonishing Ant-Man' #1 "reads like a breeze and is an excellent jumping-on point."
Jason Aaron and R.M. Guera's "The Goddamned" #1 is "a nasty piece of work that owns what it is and is unafraid to explore the darker corners."
Mark Millar and Rafael Albuquerque's "Huck" #1 "is an earnest tale with heart... the character leaves fans wanting more when the issue concludes."
Greg Rucka, Marco Checchetto and Angel Unzueta's "Journey To The Force Awakens: Star Wars - Shattered Empire" #3 is "worthy of the franchise banner."
Tim Seeley, Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV and Paul Pelletier's "Batman and Robin Eternal" #2 has "all the best parts of the Bat Universe."
"Jason Aaron and Stuart Immonen have found a storytelling pace that shows off the flexibility in the franchise" in "Star Wars" #10.
Featuring work from Gerry Conway, Ron Garney and more, "All-New, All-Different Marvel Point One" #1 "is a good way to get a feel for Marvel's new books."
Chip Zdarsky and Erica Henderon's "Jughead" #1 is "the type of fun, stylish and relatable issue that opens the medium up to first-time comic readers."
Fábio Moon and Gabriel Bá "may have just created the best work of their career" with Dark Horse Comics' "Two Brothers."
Robert Venditti, Robert Gill and Doug Braithwaite "team up for some equally beautiful and disturbing imagery" in "Book of Death" #3.
The "graphic experiment" of Matt Fraction and Christian Ward's "ODY-C" continues in issue #7, with the series "starting to transcend comics."
Rick Remender and Sean Gordon Murphy's "Tokyo Ghost" #1 is a "high octane debut that plows through its landscape like a buzzsaw."
Hazel begins to take an active role in her own story in the darkly comic "Saga" #31 by Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples.
Cindy Moon draws a web of suspense around herself while trying to unravel the mystery of her family in the fun and engaging "Silk" #1 by Robbie Thompson and Stacey Lee.
Mutants continue to get shoved around in the depressing "Extraordinary X-Men" #2 by Jeff Lemire and Humberto Ramos.
Jessica Drew goes on maternity leave and finds herself in even bigger trouble in "Spider-Woman" #1.
A group of military personnel and familiar faces try to end the threat of Carnage once and for all but get more than they bargained for in Gerry Conway and Mike Perkins' "Carnage" #1.
Wolverine stops an assassination attempt but uncovers part of her past in Tom Taylor, David Lopez and David Navarrot's "All-New Wolverine" #1.
Rick must make a difficult decision to stop the community from imploding while Alpha deals with repercussions of her actions in "The Walking Dead" #148 by Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard.
DMC must face off against a corporate drug scheme affecting civilians and superheroes alike in the anthology-sized "DMC" #2.
CM Punk, Cullen Bunn and Scott Hepburn launch "Drax" #1 by trying to prove he's the Best in the World.
Deadpool returns to his mercenary roots and tries to make the world a better place in Gerry Duggan and Mike Hawthorne's "Deadpool" #1.
Rick and Morty must travel to a Rick-less dimension in order to survive in Zac Gorman and CJ Cannon's "Rick and Morty" #7.
Tim Seeley, Tom King and Mikel Janin kick off year two of Dick Grayson's struggles inside Spyral with new and familiar faces in "Grayson" #13.
Scott Lang must navigate the flashy waters of Miami and the mercurial emotions of his daughter and ex-wife in Nick Spencer and Ramon Rosanas' "Astonishing Ant-Man" #1.
Steven Grant and Paul Gulacy's relaunch of "The Rook" #1 has potential but is off to a rocky start.
Jason Aaron and R.M. Guéra take on the gritty, brutal world of pre-flood Genesis in "The Goddamned" #1.
Mark Millar and Rafael Albuquerque deliver an earnest take on a small town superhero in "Huck" #1.
Leia, Bey and Soruna face off against a Star Destroyer over the skies of Naboo in Greg Rucka, Marco Checchetto and Angel Unzueta's "Journey To Star Wars: The Force Awakens - Shattered Empire" #3.
The Bat Family must deal with mysterious assassins sent to kill them all in Tim Seeley, Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV and Paul Pelletier's "Batman and Robin Eternal" #2.
In "Star Wars" #10, Jason Aaron and Stuart Immonen deliver a space epic, a buddy cop comedy and a gladiator drama all-in-one.
Take a journey through the new Marvel Universe in "All-New All-Different Marvel Point One" #1.