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Check out CBR's reviews of last week's comics to see where our reviewers stand on Cinderella's "Fairest" adventure, Archie's "The Fox" and more
Matt Fraction, Oiliver Coipel and more present "Inhumanity" #1, which serves as "an excellent and engaging introduction to the Inhumans."
Jason Aaron and Ed McGuinness scatter the X-Men across Heaven & Hell in "Amazing X-Men" #2, an issue "full of hope and excitement."
Kathryn Immonen and David Lafuente deliver a holiday-themed "Avengers Annual" #1, "a very fun, enjoyable and kind-spirited Christmas delight"
Oscar Isaac shines as a struggling folk singer in Joel and Ethan Coens' comedy-drama about the elusiveness of success.
Charles Soule and Jesus Saiz's "Swamp Thing" #26 is "another strong issue by a strong creative team."
Jeff Lemire and Andrea Sorrentino continue "amazing work" with "Green Arrow" #26, the next chapter in "The Outsiders War."
"Hellboy in Hell" #6 by series creator Mike Mignola is "absolutely enchanting" and "a real memorable way for the series to return."
The bullets and booze flow freely on "Mob City," writer and director Frank Darabont's confident new noir drama premiering tonight on TNT.
Mark Waid and new series artist Mahmud Asrar's "Indestructible Hulk" #16 follows up on the time-travel arc with a strong issue.
Jonathan Hickman & Jim Cheung's "Infinity" #6 closes the event in "a most satisfying manner, presenting a solid template for future events."
Matt Fraction and Chip Zdarsky present another stellar issue with "Sex Criminals" that is "balls-to-the-breaking-of-fourth-walls brilliant."
Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie's "Young Avengers" #12 winds down to the run's conclusion, delivering "a solid and enjoyable comic."
CBR takes an advance look at Bill Willingham's & Sergio Davilla's "Legenderry" #1, which unites the worlds of Dynamite's licensed characters.
Scott Snyder & Sean Murphy's arc-concluding "The Wake" #5 is an impressive comic, and "captures the very essence of the horror genre."
Amanda Conner & Jimmy Palmiotti, alongside 17 other artists, deliver "Harley Quinn" #0, a one-off story with "drop-dead gorgeous art."
Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa & Francesco Francavilla present "a brilliantly written and superbly drawn effort" in "Afterlife With Archie" #2.
Vivek J. Tiwary, Andrew C. Robinson & Kyle Baker's "The Fifth Beatle: The Brian Epstein Story" is "a must-have for Beatles fans."
Vince Vaughn's cloying comedy-drama "Delivery Man" aims low and hits its mark with a misguided, jumbled and even hurtful ode to fatherhood.
The second round in the "Hunger Games" series keeps the fiery franchise roaring forward, even if it's not always as successful as the original film.
Upending the fairy-tale formula, directors Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee craft Disney's best animated film in years with the surprising, beautiful "Frozen."
Read CBR's reviews for titles released last week and see if you missed anything that should be on your pull list moving forward!
Brandon Montclare & Amy Reeder continue the new Image series with "Rocket Girl" #2, "one of the most enjoyable comic books of the year."
Brahm Revel brings "a sense of imminent, otherworldly danger" in his writing and art for "Marvel Knights: X-Men" #1.
"Superior Foes of Spider-Man" #5 "continues the trend of high quality stories" from creative team Nick Spencer and Steve Lieber.
Antony Johnston and Christopher Mitten rejoin forces for "Umbral" #1, "the perfect excuse to introduce readers to the dark fantasy genre."
"All-Out War" continues in Robert Kirkman & Charlie Adlard's "The Walking Dead" #116, featuring a smart script, great art and big action.
Justin Jordan & Matteo Scalera's "Dead Body Road" #1 is a story "unsettling enough to be compelling and memorable without any unnecessary flash or sizzle."
Check out CBR's reviews for last week's titles, and discover any hidden gems you may have missed and want to add to your Wednesday list!
Brian Michael Bendis and Mark Bagley prologue the beginning of the Ultimate Universe's battle for survival versus Galactus in "Cataclysm" #1.
Greg Pak, Aaron Kuder & Scott McDaniel take Superman on a "Zero Year"-era origin with "Action Comics" #25, "the best sort of tie-in" to an event.
Jeff Lemire & Andrea Sorrentino bring "a solid story that builds onto the origins of Oliver Queen's hooded heroic identity" for "Green Arrow" #25.
Geoff Johns and David Finch continue "Forever Evil" with "a sinisterly enjoyable entry in an already well-constructed event."
Matt Kindt and Doug Braithwaite kick off Valiant's newest ongoing series with "Unity" #1, "a simple, appealing, and accessible introduction to the Valiant Universe."
"Arms of the Octopus" concludes in "Superior Spider-Man Team-Up Special" #1, "a fun, retro comic that celebrates team-ups."
Still in rare form, Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples present a "strong issue full of good character work" with "Saga" #15.
ROBOT 6's J. Caleb Mozzocco reviews two high-profile DC releases, saying Williams III is the perfect "Sandman" artist and Kubert "draws the scariest Joker fish."
Joshua Hale Fialkov, Mico Suayan, Mirco Pierfederici & Leonard Kirk give a "personal and focused" story for Ultimate Vision in "Cataclysm" #0.1
Although "X-Men: Battle of the Atom" #2 concludes the X-Men crossover event, the issue struggles with the weight of the story for a disappointing bookend.
Charles Soule, Javier Pina & Kano bring a brief history of the Green to "Swamp Thing Annual" #2 in a "surprisingly fascinating" issue.