How "DC Universe: Rebirth" Fulfills Its Promise of Restoring Legacy to DC Comics
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Jim Johnson gives "Batgirl" #21 written by Gail Simone with art by Fernando Pasarin 4 stars, saying the issue that introduces a new Ventriloquist "remains in the top tier of DC's output."
In Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg’s directorial debut "This Is the End," the comedic collaborators corral their friends for an end-of-days tale that doubles as a hilarious deconstruction of Tinseltown narcissism.
James Hunt gives "Savage Wolverine" #6 4.5 stars, calling new creative team Zeb Wells and Joe Madureira "a near-flawless pairing" in their first issue together since "Avenging Spider-Man."
Greg McElhatton gives "Batman" #21 by Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo 4 stars, calling the first chapter of "Zero Year" "a good first chapter, and it holds a lot of promise for the next ten installments to come."
Last week, the CBR Reviews staff looked at 20 new releases including "Astro City" #1, "All-New X-Men" #12, Mike Kunkel's "Herobear and the Kid Special" #1 and the beginning of a new era in "Green Lantern" #21.
James Hunt gives "Dial H" #13 by China Mieville and Alberto Ponticelli 4.5 stars, calling the series "a great title" and saying of the installment, "This is the issue readers have been waiting for."
Kelly Thompson gives "All-New X-Men" #12 4.5 stars, saying the series by Brian Michael Bendis and Stuart Immonen "continues to be one of the most beautiful books on the shelf."
Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson team up again in director Shawn Levy's "The Internship," a middle age-versus-millenials comedy that examines cultural change even as it offers audiences nothing new.
Doug Zawsiza gives "Daredevil: End of Days" #8 by Brian Bendis, David Mack, Klaus Janson and Bill Sienkiewicz 5 stars, saying "There is no doubt that this is perhaps one of the consummate Daredevil stories."
A would-be meditation on America's culture of violence gets bashed into numbing superficiality in "The Purge," writer-director James DeMonaco's intriguing but half-baked home-invasion thriller.
Greg McElhatton gives "Astro City" #1 by Kurt Busiek and Brent Anderson 4 stars, saying the anticipated launch issue "reminds readers just how much fun Busiek and Anderson's series can be."
Last week the CBR Reviews staff looked at a number of new releases, including Scott Snyder & Sean Murphy's "The Wake" #1, "Justice League of America" #4 and "Star Trek" #21, an epilogue to the "Into Darkness" movie.
Greg McElhatton gives "The Wake" #1 by Scott Snyder and Sean Murphy 4 stars, calling the debut Vertigo Comics series "a strong first issue" that "promises to get even stronger in the issues to come."
Kelly Thompson gives Brian Wood & Olivier Coipel's "X-Men" #1 5 stars, calling it "the definitive superhero relaunch" and placing it on the short list for best superhero book of the year.
Last week the CBR Reviews staff looked at over 20 new releases including "Batman: Li'l Gotham" #2, "Uncanny Avengers" #8AU an "Age of Ultron" tie-in, "Daredevil" #26 and Joe Casey's "The Bounce" #1 & "Sex" #3.
In addition to those we spotlight on our main page, CBR has an entire index of reviews, sortable from one-star to five, which we update throughout the week. Check it out today and see what you've missed!
Doug Zawisza gives Kathryn Immonen and Valerio Schitti's "Journey Into Mystery" 4 stars, saying it features "smart, sassy writing, gorgeous art and surprisingly human characters."
Kelly Thompson gives Dustin Nguyen and Derek Fridolfs' "Batman: Li'l Gotham" #2 4.5 stars, calling it the "brightest, most refreshing corner the DC Universe has seen in a very long time."
Doug Zawisza gives Cullen Bunn and Phil Jimenez' "Fearless Defenders" #4AU 4 stars, calling it "what an event tie-in comic should be" for how it connects to "Age of Ultron" and the ongoing series.
James hunt gives Rick Remender, Gerry Duggan and Adam Kubert's "Uncanny Avengers" #8AU 4 stars, calling it an event crossover issue worth owning for anyone following the regular series.
Augie De Blieck gives Joe Casey and Piotr Kowalski's "Sex" #3 4 stars, declaring that the Image Comics series "finds it groove with this issue."
Kelly Thompson gives Brian Michael Bendis and Frazer Irving's Limbo-centric, Dormammu-ravaged "Uncanny X-Men" #6 4.5 stars, calling it "an absolutely stunning X-Men tale."
Doug Zawisza gives Geoff Johns' "Green Lantern" #20 5 stars, calling the writer's final Lantern issue a satisfying conclusion to an epic tale that "deserves to be read and re-read, studied and analyzed."
Leaving logic in its dust, director Justin Lin's "Fast & Furious 6" is a relentless, and endlessly entertaining, thrill ride filled with belief-defying car chases and a gleeful sense of its own ridiculousness.
Last week the CBR Reviews staff looked at over 20 new releases, including "Fatale" #14, the final issue of "Sword of Sorcery" #8, "Avengers: The Enemy Within" #1 and Jai Nitz & Greg Smallwood's "Dream Thief" #1.
Jennifer Cheng gives Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips' "Fatale" #14 4 stars, saying the issue "maintains the grim, yet lovely, melancholy and the suffusing atmosphere of fate that make this creative team's work so memorable."
Doug Zawisza gives "Avengers: The Enemy Within" #1 by Kelly Sue DeConnick and Scott Hepburn 4 stars, saying the issue "has gravity and emotion aplenty, but not at the sacrifice of character moments or action."
Ryan K. Lindsay gives "Wolverine and the X-Men" 4 stars, calling the future-glimpse issue by Jason Aaron and Ramon Perez "equally touching, intriguing, hilarious and flat out awesome."
Doug Zawisza gives the digital-first "Adventures of Superman" #3 by Justin Jordan and Riley Rossmo 4 stars, saying the series "presents consistently high quality craftsmanship and entertaining stories that show Superman at his best."
Greg McElhatton gives the debut issue of "Dream Thief" by Jai Nitz and Greg Smallwood 4.5 stars, saying the issue "hits each beat at just the right moment, in a way that builds the suspense and surprises perfectly."
Last week the CBR Reviews staff looked at over 20 new releases, including Niles & Harris' "Chin Music" #1, "Justice League of America" #3, "Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 9" #21 and "Thor: God of Thunder" #8.
Jennifer Cheng gives "Harbinger" #12 by Joshua Dysart, Khari Evans and Trevor Hairsine 4 stars, saying Dysart "pulls off the feat of creating suspense when the reader already knows something of the outcome."
Doug Zawisza gives "Avenging Spider-Man" #20 by Chris Yost and Marco Checchetto 4 stars, calling Checchetto's art "surprisingly lively despite his intense dedication to detail and the stark tone of the setting."
Kelly Thompson gives Rick Remender & Daniel Acuna's "Uncanny Avengers" #8 4 stars, saying the issue "levels up the playing field in a devastating way, and there's no arguing that it's a hell of a beautiful book."
Ryan K. Lindsay gives "Thor: God of Thunder" #8 by Jason Aaron and Esad Ribic 4 stars, calling the issue of the Marvel NOW! series "a warped look at how intricate and involved myths can sometimes become."
Doug Zawisza gives "Batman" #20 4 stars, saying the issue by Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo "reads like a breath of fresh air, albeit one tinged with loss and lament" following the death of Damian.
Last week the CBR Reviews staff looked at over 20 new releases, including "Shadowman" #0, "Thanos Rising" #2, "Sesame Street" #1 and DC's digital-first series "Adventures of Superman" #1.
Greg McElhatton gives "Indestructible Hulk" #7 by Mark Waid and new series artist Walter Simonson 4 stars, saying "the idea of the Hulk being a coiled spring held in reserve is a perfectly legitimate take on the character."
Doug Zawisza gives "Aquaman" #19 written by Geoff Johns with art by Paul Pelletier 4 stars, calling the issue "one of the most enjoyable books on the racks nowadays, and certainly a reliably entertaining read from DC."
Last week the CBR Reviews staff looked at over 25 new releases, including "Uncanny X-Men" #5, "Guardians of the Galaxy" #2, "Batman Incorporated" #10 and Nick Spencer & Joe Eisma's "Morning Glories" #26.