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Gerry Duggan and Shawn Crystal's "Arkham Manor" #1 contains "a slow but careful setup, with some different-looking and pleasing art."
Grant Morrison and Ben Oliver's "The Multiversity: The Just" #1 "takes known themes and makes them feel engaging and different."
Kate Leth and Drew Rausch's "Edward Scissorhands" #1 is "a welcome and respectful return of one of Burton's more beloved creations."
First Second's "In Real Life" is a refreshing and relatable story with lots of passion, while Marvel's "Death of Wolverine" says goodbye to one of the X-Men.
G. Willow Wilson and Adrian Alphona's "Ms. Marvel" #9 continues the series' strong run with "addictively good characterization and dialogue."
Cory Doctorow and Jen Wang's "In Real Life" OGN is a "heartfelt and emotionally engaging story" that explores the experience of an online girl gamer.
James Robinson and Leonard Kirk's "Fantastic Four" #11 "pays dividends on seeds planted early on" from the very beginning of the series.
Noelle Stevenson, Grace Ellis and Brooke Allen's "Lumberjanes" #7 is "another strong issue in a strong series" for the fan-favorite.
Mark Waid and Chris Samnee's "Daredevil" #9 continues "one of the best examples of how to do a superhero comic."
Charles Soule & Steve McNiven's "Death of Wolverine" #4 gives the Marvel mainstay "a chance to go out like a legend" in its conclusion.
Ben Acker, Ben Blacker & Phil Hester expand "Thrilling Adventure Hour" comics with "Beyond Belief" #0, an "all-new and amazing" issue.
Chris Claremont, Marguerite Bennett & Todd Nauck's offer an "introspective, highly emotional character piece" that says goodbye to an old friend.
Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo pit Batman against the Justice League in "Batman" #35, "a dynamic explosion" of an issue.
Cameron Stewart, Brenden Fletcher and Babs Tarr's "Batgirl" #35 is "a great new beginning for the series," introducing the Batgirl of Burnside.
Joshua Williamson & Andrei Bressan's "Birthright" #1 is a strong debut of "a rich, new, thrilling adventure with a couple surprises along the way."
Robert Kirkman & Charlie Adlard's "The Walking Dead" #132 is a great issue that contains a "masterful execution of a fantastic and terrifying new idea."
Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips' "The Fade Out" #2 presents "a clear creative statement that any fans of noir shouldn't miss."
The creative team debut of Andrew Kreisberg, Ben Sokolowski & Daniel Sampere in "Green Arrow" #35 brings more elements of "Arrow" to comics.
Nathan Edmondson and Phil Noto deliver a "a gorgeous piece of art" with "Black Widow" #11, guest-starring X-23.
Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa & Robert Hack reimagine Riverdale's Teenage Witch with "Sabrina" #1, "a great start to a nice little surprise of a book."
Becky Cloonan, Brenden Fletcher & Karl Kerschl's "Gotham Academy" #1 is "shaping up to be a great expansion of the Batverse."
Roger Langridge takes on "Jim Henson's The Musical Monsters of Turkey Hollow," "a fine addition to any library" & "a welcome adventure into imagination."
Ales Kot & Marco Rudy deliver a strong debut issue in "Bucky Barnes: The Winter Soldier" #1 with art "unlike any Marvel book currently being published."
In "Fiction Squad" #1, Paul Jenkins & Ramon Bachs "blend an array of beloved childhood stories, give them a fresh slant with a definitely grown-up feel."
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.
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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."