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Kurt Busiek delivers "a fun, if not quite groundbreaking, comic" that Gary Chaloner pushes from "above average to full-on great" in "Astro City" #28.
Warren Ellis and Gerardo Zaffino's "Karnak" #1 "is a must-read for its art and sharp wit."
Dan Slott and Giuseppe Camuncoli's "Amazing Spider-Man" #2 "is a strong issue that's a good jumping on point for those who have been holding back."
Nick Spencer and Ramon Rosanas' "The Astonishing Ant-Man' #1 "reads like a breeze and is an excellent jumping-on point."
"Invincible Iron Man" #2 soars "with stunning visuals from David Marquez and Brian Michael Bendis' intriguing direction."
Bob Gale, John Barber, Brent Schoonover, Erik Burnham and Dan Schoening make "Back to the Future" #1 "a perfectly natural extension" of the films.
Adam Christopher, Chuck Wendig and Drew Johnson's "The Shield" #1 is "a smart, fresh interpretation of a vintage concept given a new burst of energy."
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."
Faith Erin Hicks and Rosemary Valero-O'Connell's "Lumberjanes: Beyond Bay Leaf" #1 "is a fast read, but its emotional depth makes it memorable."
Dan Jurgens and Lee Weeks' "Superman: Lois and Clark" #1 has "a viable concept... that has legs" in this debut issue.
Jason Latour and Robbi Rodriguez's return to Gwen Stacy in "Spider-Gwen" #1 is "lighthearted with some sinister undertones."
Mark Millar and Rafael Albuquerque's "Huck" #1 "is an earnest tale with heart... the character leaves fans wanting more when the issue concludes."
Keating and Barber's "Ringside" #1 sells its compelling hook with "uniquely defined" characters and "simple, yet distinctive" artwork.
Matt Fraction and Chip Zdarsky's "Sex Criminals" #13 "is as exciting as it is adept at probing the insides of our newest character."
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."
Max Landis and Nick Dragotta "deliver one of the most approachable and heartwarming reimaginings of young Clark Kent" in "Superman: American Alien" #1.
Gilbert Hernandez and Darwyn Cooke's "The Twilight Children" #1 "is intriguing and spooky, but -- more importantly -- it's impeccably crafted."
In "Batman" #45, Scott Snyder "demonstrates Gordon's ingenuity" and Greg Capullo displays his "own spectacular flair."
"Jason Aaron and Stuart Immonen have found a storytelling pace that shows off the flexibility in the franchise" in "Star Wars" #10.
Jonathan Hickman and Esad Ribic's "Secret Wars" #6 is "an impressively structured event that still manages to hold onto its many, many threads."
Brian K. Vaughan "writes natural-feeling, easily flowing rhythms of speech" and "Cliff Chiang's linework is... very expressive" in "Paper Girls" #1.
Tom King and Barnaby Bagenda's "The Omega Men" #5 is "not just as good as you've been told, it's even better" in issue #5.
With a lead story by Dan Slott & Giuseppe Camuncoli, and a number of back-ups, "Amazing Spider-Man" #1 will "satisfy practically every Spider-fan."
Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV and Tony Daniel's "Batman and Robin Eternal" #1 "is full of so many possibilities it feels like anything can happen."
Brian Michael Bendis and David Marquez's "Invincible Iron Man" #1 "stays true to Stark's nature while providing a bit of evolution for the character."
"Jason Aaron, Chris Bachalo and an unseen, scarily-powerful menace make 'Doctor Strange' #1 a perfect launching point for a bold new era."
Mike Carey and Mike Perkins' "Rowans Ruin" #1 "is a rare combination of great characterization and heart-stopping horror."
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."
"Avengers" #0 "gives readers more than enough to make informed opinions on the upcoming half-dozen related titles."
Mark Waid and Evan Shaner "give readers a comic that isn't afraid to be both silly and serious" in "S.H.I.E.L.D." #10.
"Clever and cute, 'Jem and the Holograms Outrageous Annual' #1 is a fine intermission between arcs."
Despite a few bumps in the road, Stjepan Sejic's "Switch" #1 "does a nice job presenting the world for newer readers."
"The new 'Archie' continues live up to the hype" in Mark Waid and Fiona Staples' "Archie" #3.
Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale's "Captain America: White" "sticks to its strengths in issue #2.. an excellent read."
Geoff Johns and Jason Fabok's "Justice League" #44 "strings readers along with teases and hints early on but delivers a game-changing conclusion."
Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque's "American Vampire: Second Cycle" #10 "ramps up the intensity and teases readers for what's to come."
Fábio Moon and Gabriel Bá "may have just created the best work of their career" with Dark Horse Comics' "Two Brothers."
Neil Gaiman and J.H. Williams III's "The Sandman: Overture" #6 "is a celebration of the series... as well as a thoroughly enjoyable new chapter."