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Image Comics' "Saga" continues to build tension between Marko and Alana, while Marvel's "Cyclops" develops chemistry between Cyclops and Corsair.
This week, Jason Aaron and Russell Dauterman's female God of Thunder debuts, and CBR has two reviews of "Thor" #1, plus a preview of the issue.
Denzel Washington's vigilante takes a very R-rated, incredibly violent route to serve justice -- with the help of power tools.
Robert Venditti & Doug Braithwaite's "Armor Hunters" #4 completes an event "as clean and complete a universe-wide crossover as you'll ever see."
What could've been the stop-motion equivalent of a Pixar classic from the makers of "ParaNorman" ends up a noble misfire.
"Amazing Spider-Man" #1.5 concludes Dan Slott & Ramon Perez's "Learning to Crawl" story in spectacular fashion.
Image Comics' "Deadly Class" almost pulls a 5-star review, while Marvel's "Daredevil" gets creepy just in time for the Halloween season.
Mark Waid and Chris Samnee's "Daredevil" #8 is "a fully-realized, imaginative book with a living, breathing setting."
"Thor: God of Thunder" #25 by Jason Aaron, R.M. Guera, Simon Bisley & Esad Ribic is a fitting final issue for a spectacular series.
CBR's crack team of reviewers examines the latest comic books week after week to help you make informed opinions. Read them all today!
REVIEW: Morrison & Sprouse's "The Multiversity: The Society of Super-Heroes: Conquerors of the Counter-World" #1
Grant Morrison & Chris Sprouse put together "one of the multiverse's most entertaining comics" with the latest chapter of "The Multiversity."
Jonathan Hickman and a cavalcade of artists take readers and characters on a long journey into the unknown in "Avengers" #35.
Jason Latour & Robbi Rodriguez give new life to Gwen Stacy in "Edge of Spider-Verse" #2 with "everything that you didn't know you wanted in a Spider-book."
The aim is true for the 5-star "Hawkeye" #20" while Image Comics scores big with "Lazarus" and the debut issue of "Copperhead."
Kelly Sue DeConnick and Marcio Takara's "Captain Marvel" #7 is "the sort of space adventure that starts with breakfast and ends with angry cats."
Greg Rucka & Michael Lark deliver "another pitch-perfect, phenomenal issue" with "Lazarus" #11, "a joy and a terror to read."
Charles Soule & Steve McNiven's "Death of Wolverine" #2 is an "effective and graceful" second issue continuing the "thoughtful finale" event series.
Scott Snyder & Jock's impressive "Wytches" #1 is "outlandish and grotesque and alarmingly intimate in the way it dishes out horror."
Ray Fawkes, Scott Snyder & Aco's "Batman: Futures End" #1 "succeeds the same way some of the better "Elseworlds" comics did back in the day."
Jay Faerber and Scott Godlewski's "Copperhead" #1 is "a rock solid first issue" that creates a new fantastic series with a western twist.
"Superman Unchained" #8 is "a bombastic Superman story and a rollicking fun adventure" serving as the penultimate issue by Scott Snyder & Jim Lee.
Matt Fraction and Annie Wu craft an incredible experience with "Hawkeye" #20, bringing an end to Kate Bishop's time in Los Angeles.
Grant Morrison and Frazer Irving's "Annihilator" #1 has a lot of potential, serving as a springboard for the creative team's latest epic.
DC Comics' "Futures End" event month kicks off with strong entries like "Grayson" & "Swamp Thing" while Valiant and Image each have near perfect #1s.
Tom King, Tim Seeley and Stephen Mooney's "Grayson: Futures End" #1 is "well worth the read in its genuine chemistry, character-revealing moments and tight plotting."
Nathan Edmondson & Phil Noto's "Black Widow" #10 is "a fantastic example of the smart, understated work" inherent in the series' run.
Ryan Browne's "God Hates Astronauts" #1 is a strong debut issue, and "absolutely crazy in the best ways possible."
Charles Soule and Javier Pulido's "She-Hulk" #8 is a "smooth, very enjoyable opening to a new story arc."
Charles Soule and Jesus Saiz's "Swamp Thing: Futures End" #1 is "a pure winner," and stands alone as one of the best event tie-ins yet.
Brian Wood and Greg Smallwood pick up as the new creative team in "Moon Knight" #7, delivering "an enjoyable, nearly definitive introduction to Moon Knight."
Peter Milligan and Leandro Fernandez's "The Names" #1 "defies comparison," detailing the opening chapter to an intense mystery of finance and revenge.
Palmiotti & Gray's "All-Star Western" rides off into the sunset with 5 stars, while "All-New X-Men," and debuts for "Wayward" & "Bob's Burgers" impress.
Charles Soule and Steve McNiven deliver a "well written, wonderfully drawn" debut issue for Marvel's "Death of Wolverine."
Jim Zub, Steve Cummings & John Rauch deliver "a fantastical 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer'-meets-Studio Ghibli film with an R-rated twist" in "Wayward" #1.
With a creative team drawn from the animated series, "Bob's Burgers" #1 is "a great start" to the ongoing comic book adventures from Dynamite.
Brian Michael Bendis and Mahmud Asrar's "All-New X-Men" #31 delivers an impressive issue filled with "chemistry and humor" between characters.
Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Gray & Darwyn Cooke deliver an incredible series conclusion with "All-Star Western" #34, sending Jonah Hex into the sunset.
Brian K. Vaughan & Fiona Staples continue their excellent run with "Saga" #22, which delivers "everything you hope for, and then a little bit more to boot."
Telltale's final episode of "The Walking Dead: Season 2" is an emotionally gut-wrenching piece of art that lives up to its name of "No Going Back."
Image's "The Fade Out," Valiant's "The Deliquents" & DC's "The Multiversity" all receive 5 stars while "Ms. Marvel," "Daredevil" & more stay on track.