Waid Assembles Big Stories for "All-New All-Different Avengers"
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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.
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."
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.
In the gorgeous "Strange Fruit" #1, J.G. Jones and Mark Waid give readers a stunning view of racism and superheroism in the early 20th century.
Harvey Bullock is forced to consider his feelings on the new Batman in "Detective Comics" #41 by Francis Manapul, Brian Buccellatto and Fernando Blanco.
Garth Ennis and John McCrea's "All-Star Section Eight" #1 is a purposely gross and entertaining attack on the very idea of returning to a long-dormant concept.
John Barber and Tom Scioli ground the action long enough to earn even bigger action by the end of the phenomenal "Transformers Vs. G.I. JOE" #7.
Mark Waid and Ronilson Freire revive the classic pulp hero in the fun but tonally conflicted "Justice, Inc. Avenger" #1.
Dennis Hopeless and Javier Rodriguez bring their first arc on the series to an emotionally satisfying conclusion in "Spider-Woman" #8.
Peter must make a difficult choice for the future of his family in Dan Slott and Adam Kubert's surprisingly dark "Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows" #1.
Kevin Eastman, Bobby Curnow, Tom Waltz and Mateus Santolouco continue to turn the screws on the heroes in the dense and thrilling "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" #46.
Ales Kot and Will Tempest examine 21st century American life through several different protagonists in the thoughtful and somber "Material" #1.
In the incredible "Ragnarok" #5, Walter Simonson continues his tale of the Thunder God returned from the dead.
Chris Sims, Chad Bowers and Scott Koblish take readers back to the '90s in the fun Infinite Comic, "X-Men '92" #1.
In Brian Michael Bendis and Andrea Sorrentino's amazing "Old Man Logan" #1, Logan is a drifter trying to fix a world he helped break.
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