The Biggest Superhero Films That Didn't Happen, Part 2
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With more than a month already gone, see how 2016's newest offerings have fared with CBR's Reviews team and which books you're missing out on.
It's not the zombies that ruin this unconventional take on Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice," it's everything else.
"Cry Havoc" delights in its debut at Image, "All-New All-Different Avengers" starts to rebound, and "Omega Men" continues to reveal secrets.
LEGO's latest game won't disappoint Marvel Cinematic Universe fans with elements straight from the movies, plus Stan Lee as you've never seen him.
Ted McKeever's latest delights at Image, "Silver Surfer" and Carol Danvers get off to great starts at Marvel and "Batman" keeps on trucking at DC.
Damned by its own sinfully stupid choices, Fox's "Lucifer" is bad, not wickedly entertaining.
Read the reviews team's thoughts on the "Secret Wars" finale, "The Walking Dead" #150 and the debut of "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers."
With its quirkily charming super-characters and TV-scale "Avengers"-style action, The CW's third DC series may quickly achieve a legendary feel.
The second week of 2016 saw the launch of several promising books and a fitting, classic ending to Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips' "The Fade Out."
The final week of 2015 brought plenty of great comics, including a one-off "Jem," the latest chapter of "Darkseid War," "Black Magick" and more.
2015 has come and gone, leaving loads and comics in its wake. See what our reviewers thought was and was not worth your time.
Second issues of "Daredevil" and "Dark Knight III" both stay strong, "Patsy Walker, AKA Hellcat" impresses and "Chew" leaves you satisfied.
Kate Leth and Brittney L. Williams deliver a fun, fresh take on an undervalued classic that will appeal to newcomers and fans of "Jessica Jones."
Read our thoughts on the first "Darth Vader Annual," the new origin of Cassandra Cain, Ms. Marvel's secret identity and the debut of "Lucifer."
Read our thoughts on the penultimate issue of "Secret Wars," Snyder & Capullo's continued dominance on "Batman" and the debut of "New Romancer."
Two debuts earn five stars, "Doctor Strange" reaches new heights and "Paper Girls" delivers while "Spidey" schools last week's releases.
DC's "Dark Knight III: The Master Race" debuted strong, "Archie" switched artists but stayed awesome and Image tagged in several great books.
Peruse CBR's extensive reviews archive for evaluations on everything from this week's latest releases to classic comics gems (and duds).
Chip Zdarsky & Erica Henderson's "Jughead" #2 feels classic and natural, Stan Sakai's "Usagi Yojimbo" #150 is a genuine treasure, and more.
Kelly Thompson and Emma Vieceli wrap up the latest arc of IDW's "Jem" series with a satisfying end to the current arc and a literal cliffhanger.
From honest depictions of sex and trauma to nuanced character portrayals, "Jessica Jones" is the best Marvel Cinematic Universe installment yet.
"All-New All Different Avengers" #1 is packed with wit & thrills, "Batman" #46 is filled with unpredictable twists, plus many, many more.
King & Walta create an instant classic in "The Vision" #1, Orlando & Aco's "Midnighter" #6 is a gut punch of an issue, plus many more reviews.
Seeley, King & Janin take readers on an enjoyable ride in "Grayson" #13, "Angela: Queen of Hel" #1 is a gorgeous looking issue and many more.
From the hottest to the... nottest... check out CBR's reviews of titles from all your favorite publishers and see what comics are worth your time.
"Amazing Spider-Man" #2 is a real pleasure to read, "The Astonishing Ant-Man" #1 delivers a bright, funny introduction and many more reviews.
Fraction & Zdarsky make "Sex Criminals" #13 another winner, "Batman and Robin Eternal" #2 continues the fast-paced fun, plus many, many more.
"Batman and Robin Eternal" #1 is off to a strong start, "Invincible Iron Man" #1 is an attractive and impressive debut, plus many, many more.
"American Vampire: Second Cycle" #10 is addictive, "S.H.I.E.L.D." #10 is a must-read, plus "Book of Death: The Fall of Harbinger" and more.
Joss Whedon's second 'Avengers' entry has its flaws, but its strengths prevail - and sometime play even better - in the home video release.
The mind games escalate in "Fight Club 2" #5, "Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 10" #9 is fantastic, plus others from DC, Marvel & more.
Check out CBR's comprehensive review archive featuring everything from this week's releases to classic gems (and duds). Ready for re-reviews?
"Jem and the Holograms" #7 brings the fun, "ODY-C" #7 takes chances and makes bold choices, plus "The Fade Out," "Star Wars" & many more.
Kelly Thompson & Emma Vieceli kick off "Viral," the second arc of IDW's "Jem and the Holograms," by impressively building on what came before.
"Little Robot OGN" is perfectly timeless, "Bitch Planet" #5 is awesome, plus reviews of "Civil War," "The Wicked + The Divine" and many more.
This week, Ron Marz reviews the current state of comic reviews, and suggests some needed improvements to raise the level of sequential discourse.
BKV & Steve Skroce continue to fascinate, "Plutona" and "Toil and Trouble" debut strong and Waid & Samnee's "Daredevil" goes out on a high note.
It has the classy car, a cool operator and devil-may-care attitude, but the "Transporter" reboot doesn't hold a candle to the Jason Statham original.
Chan is once more riding high with a big hit in China that, lucky for us, is arriving stateside in all of its goofy glory.
"Grayson" #11 is fun and action-packed, "Hank Johnson, Agent of HYDRA" #1 is hilarious, plus "East of West," "Lumberjanes" and many more.