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Robert Kirkman and Paul Azaceta delivers a strong sophomore issue with "Outcast" #2, and the series "feels well on its way to a strong run."
John Layman & Rob Guillory's "Chew: Warrior Chicken Poyo" one-shot is a "bold, ridiculous and refreshing" issue in the "Chew"-niverse.
Neil Gaiman & J.H. Williams III's "The Sandman: Overture" #3 delivers with "flights of whimsy, dangerously grim moments and beautiful inventive set pieces."
Scott Snyder and Sean Murphy's "The Wake" concluding issue "exceeds expectations that weren't even in place at the beginning of this series."
This take on Jim Gordon' early years in the GCPD is neither the Batman show fans need, nor the one they deserve right now.
This past week several new titles including "Armor Hunters: Bloodshot," "Supreme: Blue Rose" and a few ongoing comic books dazzled readers.
Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo bring "Zero Year" to a close in "Batman" #33, "a very strong conclusion" to the year-long saga.
"Seconds" grabs five stars, "Ms. Marvel" stays strong and "Life with Archie" leaves a permanent impression with the death of its protagonist.
Kieron Gillen & Jamie McKelvie "effortlessly represent their creative synergy in the best of ways" in "The Wicked + The Divine" #2.
Bryan Lee O'Malley's "Seconds" is an impressive graphic novel that reveals a "confident, engaging work about some of his favorite topics."
Alan Davis' "Savage Hulk" #2 "celebrates aspects that made Silver Age comics and Marvel's earlier days fun."
"The Purge" is to "The Purge: Anarchy" as "Alien" is to "Aliens" -- an expansion of the universe, an escalation in action.
Ben Templesmith builds a new world in "The Squidder" #1, "a gripping story equal parts supernatural thriller, horror movie and action adventure."
"Daredevil" and the "Usagi Yojimbo Color Special" both scored perfect marks while "American Vampire" also continues its acclaimed run.
Joshua Hale Fialkov and Gabo's "The Life After" #1 is an impressive issue, marking a "startling, attention-grabbing debut" for the series.
Mark Waid and Chris Samnee share storyteller co-credits in "Daredevil" #5, featuring the entire creative team "at the peak of their craft."
Justin Jordan & Kyle Strahm's debut issue of "Spread" is a strong new series with "a lot of potential for where it's going to head next."
Director Matt Reeves delivers one of the best sequels in years with a complex, and heartbreaking, tale of war, survival and trust.
Peter David and Will Sliney's "Spider-Man 2099" #1 is "a solid debut, and will appeal both to existing fans of the character and new readers."
Tim Seely, Tom King and Mikel Janin's "Grayson" #1 is "a solid start to an interesting new book and new direction for DC."
Stan Sakai returns to his ronin rabbit with "Usagi Yojimbo Color Special: The Artist," a "beautifully drawn" and "perfect" comic.
Plenty of comics scored top-notch reviews last week. Check out what CBR thought of "Legendary Star-Lord" #1, "Captain America" and more.
Rick Remender & Carlos Pacheco's "Captain America" #22 is "another winner filled with action and suspense" as the Marvel U heads into "AXIS."
Greg Rucka & Michael Lark's "Lazarus" #9 does "an amazing job of world-building" as it wraps up the series' second arc.
James Tynion IV, Scott Snyder, Mikel Janin and more craft "Batman Eternal" #13, "one of the strongest issues to date as everything surges forward."
Skottie Young delivers an impressive debut issue of "Rocket Raccoon," "a nearly perfect book in concept and execution."
Sam Humphries & Paco Medina's "Legendary Star-Lord" #1 is "a solid first offering" that gives Peter Quill some time to shine.
"Outcast" was another strong Robert Kirkman debut, "Dream Thief" returned and John Romita, Jr. made his DC Comics debut on "Superman" -- plus more!
Robert Kirkman and Paul Azaceta's debut issue of "Outcast" is a high-quality "first installment of something much bigger and more ambitious."
Frank Barbiere and Marco Rudy's Doctor Strange-centric "New Avengers Annual" #1 is "one heck of an issue."
Director Michael Bay chooses scale over character and mayhem over plot for what, in fairness, isn't the worst installment of the action franchise.
Jai Nitz and Greg Smallwood reunite for "Dream Thief: Escape" #1, a "wonderful contribution to the comic book landscape."
G. Willow Wilson and Adrian Alphona's "Ms. Marvel" #5 is "the latest in a string of great issues for this series," and "a thoroughly fun comic."
Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's "Batman" #32 is "a superb showcase of collaborative comic book storytelling."
Geoff Johns & John Romita Jr.'s "Superman" #32 is "an excellent story that speaks for itself, and captures both the nature and the scope of the character."
There's no denying that "The Wicked + The Divine" #1 cast a spell last week, but "Sex Criminals" #6, "Harbinger" #24 and more were also enchanting.
Jonathan Hickman and Ryan Browne take a dog into space for "The Manhattan Projects" #21, "a great tale full of heart, danger, action and hope."
Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips' "Fatale" #23 is "disturbing and nasty, even as it's enthralling and clever."
Gerry Duggan & David Baldeon's "Nova" #18 is "yet another solid issue" that takes Sam Alexander through "Original Sin."
Conor McCreery, Anthony Del Col & Andy Belanger deliver a "fast-paced and action-packed" issue with "Kill Shakespeare: The Mask of Night" #1.