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Female-driven comics took home top scores last week, with "Bitch Planet," "She-Wolf" and "Ms. Marvel" getting in on the action.
Though undeniably colorful, outlandish, fun and heartfelt, what really makes "Finding Dory" a standout is its message.
Two books written by Tom King strive for perfection, "Lumberjanes/Gotham Academy" is the beginnings of a classic plus plenty more DC Rebirth.
See how last week's books fared, including "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Pink," "Green Arrow: Rebirth," "TMNT: Bebop & Rocksteady" and more.
Though the sequel is "undeniably better than its predecessor," it ultimately offers some of the same old disappointments.
The sequel gives us Turtles we can cheer for, but has serious issues when it comes to its human characters, April O'Neil in particular.
Two titles came to an end, "Afterlife with Archie" proves there's plenty of life left, and "DC Universe: Rebirth" dominated the conversation.
Though Bryan Singer's latest X-film isn't all bad, it suffers from being boring and repetitive where it should be thrilling and imaginative.
Michael Pena and Alexander Skarsgård play a pair of crooked cops who bring the pain and the laughs in the deeply disturbed buddy comedy.
"Superman: American Alien" ends in fine fashion, Miles Morales' Marvel Universe journey stays stellar, "Tank Girl" may be better than ever & more.
Playing like a companion piece to "Kiss Kiss Bang Bang," "The Nice Guys" is laugh-out-loud funny and edge-of-your-seat exciting.
The fix must be in, as three books came away with 5 stars last week in what was a very strong week for fans of great comic books.
If you can't decide between a sci-fi epic, a superhero romp or a fantasy adventure, CBR's reviews may be able to help.
Two books net perfect scores, "Moon Knight" stays great, "Sheriff of Babylon" & "Hellboy" flirt with greatness, "3 Floyds: Alpha King" and more.
The Russo brothers and Marvel Studios deliver a film not only "breathtaking in its visuals, it's heartbreaking in its content.
Some of the darkest heroes in mainstream comics releases stellar issues last week, plus lighter fare like "InSeXts" & "Ms. Marvel."
"Spider-Man/Deadpol" stays hot, "All-New Hawkeye" hits a bullseye, "Dept. H." keeps its head well above water, "Joyride" is a joy and more!
It was a big week for #1s, with "House of Penance," "Gwenpool," "Heartthrob" & more. See how books new and old fared with our reviewers!
"If the story doesn't hook readers, the art surely will" in Marvel's new "Moon Knight" series from Jeff Lemire, Greg Smallwood & Jordie Bellaire.
Find out how new issues of "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers," "The Vision," "Harley Quinn and the Suicide Squad" and more fared with our reviewers.
If you're curious about the latest adventures of the Man of Steel, the best fighter pilot in the galaxy or an older release, our reviews can help.
Chuck Palahniuk and Cameron Stewart conclude their tale, Kyle Rayner battles on, and more in last week's comic releases.
Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's "Batman" ends on a high note and "The Ultimates" continues to prove that high-concepts can make for a ton of fun.
"Extraordinary X-Men" #8 juggles two storylines effectively, Landis & Manapul raise the bar in "Superman: America Alien" #5 and plenty more.
See how Mockingbird's solo debut fared with CBR's reviewers, plus "Haunted Mansion" #1, "Action Comics" & "Detective Comics' 50th and beyond.
Whether you want to know what's warming up March or how the first the first "Spider-Man" book featuring Miles Morales fared, we have your back.
Spider-Man and Silk stumble through time, "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers" debut and Samnee and Waid stun with "Black Widow" #1.
"All-New, All-Different Avengers'" first arc concludes, "Astonishing Ant-Man" continues to astonish and "Dark Knight III" gets uncomfortable.
"Silver Surfer" dazzles as it changes up its cast, "Amazing Spider-Man" sticks the landing on its Dark Kingdom storyline, and many more reviews.
"James Bond" gets tripped up, guest artist Chris Visions wows in "Spider-Gwen," and "Spider-Man/Deadpool" continues to bring the laughs.
Miles Morales Marvel Universe debut is spot-on, Midnighter faces an unstoppable foe and Captain America continues to examine modern America.
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."