Jeffrey Lyles's Comic Reviews

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8.3Avg. Review Rating

6.5
Action Comics (2016) #958

Jun 22, 2016

Most of the issue then is devoted to Superman and Super Lex taking turns taking on Doomsday. Since Doomsday doesn't speak or have much an agenda besides being an alien wrecking ball the battle feels anticlimactic. Patrick Zircher's art remains consistently clean. While he never quite makes this Superman/Doomsday battle feel as gigantic in scope as it should, the action is easy to follow.

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5.0
Action Comics (2016) #959

Jul 13, 2016

The rinse wash repeat cycle with Doomsday keeps Action Comics on the lower tier of DC Rebirth titles. Next issue, a major hero arrives to lend a hand, which could help liven things up a bit. For this title to really warrant must-read status Jurgens needs to focus more on the characters and tone down the action to avoid sending the book on the Path of Doom.

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4.0
Action Comics (2016) #960

Jul 27, 2016

Maybe when Jurgens gets to the point of this storyline it will all make sense. For now though Action Comics remains underwhelming with another dull installment of a story arc that can't end soon enough.

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4.0
Action Comics (2016) #961

Aug 10, 2016

Action Comics #961 is another dull chapter in a very stagnant story that cant end soon enough.

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8.0
Action Comics (2016) #962

Aug 24, 2016

Jurgens resumes Actions most promising angle Superman and Lex Luthor sizing each other up with the hint that it will remain a crucial aspect of the series. With Doomsday defeated its time to see what else Jurgens has in store for Superman. Path of Dooms conclusion was an encouraging step in the right direction.

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7.0
Action Comics (2016) #963

Sep 14, 2016

The success of this storyline will largely depend on Jurgens keeping it tight and not letting it go on needlessly. Superman meet Clark Kent gets off to a decent start. Hopefully it can play out and end just as solidly.

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7.0
Action Comics (2016) #964

Sep 28, 2016

This wasn't the most action packed installment of Action Comics, but it did advance a significant subplot. With the tease of the next big threat to Superman, this cool-down story was definitely appreciated.

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8.0
Action Comics (2016) #965

Oct 12, 2016

After its opening arc, I didn't have high hopes for this title, but Jurgens is getting his mojo back leading to a solid string of quality Superman (and family) stories.

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8.0
Action Comics (2016) #966

Oct 26, 2016

Interestingly, the four issue run where there's been very little action has been far more satisfying. Jurgens does the smaller, more personal stories of Superman and his supporting cast well. Hopefully, this momentum continues when he amps the action back up.

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8.5
Action Comics (2016) #967

Nov 9, 2016

I've thought this comic was really going to hit its stride once Superman was forced to deal and reluctantly partner with Luthor. Jurgens took the scenic route in getting there, but the book is becoming a very enjoyable read over the last few installments. While Path of Doom was a chore to endure, Action Comics has found its sweet spot and the comic has become a worthwhile addition to the Superman titles reading pile.

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7.5
Action Comics (2016) #968

Nov 23, 2016

Action Comics has rebounded nicely after a sluggish start. Jurgens has the book trending upward and hopefully the art will follow.

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7.5
Action Comics (2016) #969

Dec 14, 2016

This isn't the most groundbreaking Superman story ever, but Jurgens is telling it enjoyably enough. Perhaps more importantly, this is going a long way to establishing a working relationship between Superman and his longstanding rival.

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8.0
Action Comics (2016) #970

Dec 28, 2016

Jurgens ends the issue with an interesting cliffhanger. The final panel probably is a fake out, but it's fun to see Jurgens going the unexpected route with the story. Action Comics has recovered from its rocky start and this issue was more proof, the creative team has found the right niche in the Superman universe to tell different and entertaining stories.

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8.5
Action Comics (2016) #971

Jan 11, 2017

I've been very impressed with Action's turnaround. The title has been a welcome surprise the last few months and this arc is holding fast with that trend. I'm looking forward to seeing where Jurgens and Segovia take the next issue while retaining this enjoyable momentum.

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8.0
Action Comics (2016) #972

Jan 25, 2017

The fallout from this issue puts Action in a very interesting place. Jurgens has tossed a lot of balls in the air and no matter which one lands first the title has some fascinating developments in store.

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8.5
Action Comics (2016) #973

Feb 8, 2017

Action Comics has steadily improved and the creative team has gotten this title back on track. If you gave up on it earlier, it's time to give it another chance.

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9.5
Action Comics (2016) #974

Feb 22, 2017

It's an exciting time to be a Superman fan with both titles delivering quality stories each week now. I'm really enjoying where Jurgens is taking the book. He couldn't have picked a better time to step his game up as Superman Reborn will likely bring more readers through the crossover.

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10
Action Comics (2016) #975

Mar 8, 2017

Superman Reborn is unfolding in a wonderfully imaginative way and paying off all the hype and more. This is easily your if you can only buy one comic this week pick.

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9.5
Action Comics (2016) #976

Mar 22, 2017

Superman has been a must read since Rebirth started and Action Comics is starting to warrant that designation as well. With Superman Reborn wrapped, the future for the main Superman books hasn't looked this good in years.

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9.0
Action Comics (2016) #977

Apr 12, 2017

The New World doesn't answer every Superman Reborn question, but there's a definite excitement about what Jurgens has in store. I'm thrilled to see Action Comics evolve into such an enjoyable read now.

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9.5
Action Comics (2016) #978

Apr 26, 2017

Jurgens has really turned Action Comics around. What once was an obligatory read has become one of my most anticipated reads every other week. With the Revenge Squad on the way, there's no chance of that interest fading anytime soon.

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9.5
Action Comics (2016) #979

May 10, 2017

Jurgens isn't content with this already assembled collection of villains and has the Squad seek out another character with a major grudge against Superman. That will tie-in with another title making for a very long two weeks. Action Comics continues to deliver exceptional Superman action and character work. This is an issue definitely worth adding to the pull list this week.

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9.5
Action Comics (2016) #980

May 24, 2017

Action Comics keeps delivering right now and the buildup to the Revenge Squad vs. Superman has been great. The only consolation in waiting two weeks is knowing another awesome issue of Superman arrives next week.

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9.5
Action Comics (2016) #981

Jun 14, 2017

With this issue's cliffhanger, Superman is going to have a real tough time battling any of the Revenge Squad. I can't wait to see what Jurgens does next with a book that's become one of my favorite Rebirth reads.

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9.5
Action Comics (2016) #982

Jun 28, 2017

Action Comics #982 continued the title's recent hot streak and the final page all but ensures that momentum will carry over next issue. Action Comics is quietly starting to become one of the more impressive and entertaining Rebirth books.

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8.5
Action Comics (2016) #983

Jul 12, 2017

The Superman Family/Revenge Squad conflict was fun, but I was thrilled to see Jurgens has another layer to this arc beyond the team showdown. Action continues to be a vastly improved read for Superman fans.

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9.5
All-Star Batman #1

Aug 10, 2016

With Batman out of the shadows of Gotham, colorist Dean White has to utilize more colors than typical for a Batman title. It's brighter and sunnier making for a nice contrast to the regular black and greys we normally get.

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8.5
All-Star Batman #3

Oct 12, 2016

Batman's wild ride remains a lot of fun and just as satisfying as the start of the journey.

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9.0
All-Star Batman #4

Nov 9, 2016

The issue ends with possibly the most over the top scenario for Batman and Duke yet. One thing is for sure. It won't possibly play out like I expect.

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9.7
All-Star Batman #8

Mar 15, 2017

As usual, All-Star Batman delivers an entertaining product. With the tease of Batman finally learning the identity of the architect of his latest problems, I'm all set for next month's issue.

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9.0
All-Star Batman #9

Apr 19, 2017

Jock reunites with Snyder to handle the art for this final chapter. Jock has a signature cinematic style that really plays well with this last act. This isn't the slowly unraveling a mystery sequence, but a race against the clock mission. Jock's layout strongly convey this sense of movement and adrenaline rush. Lee Loughridge's colors always catch the right tone from the sun-drenched opening sequence to the off white tones used for the villain's reveal.

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9.5
All-Star Batman #10

May 10, 2017

The start to new arcs is always exciting and All-Star Batman definitely delivered. This continues to be one of DC's most consistent titles. Taking Batman out of his normal environment has made for some terrific fun and thrills continue on in this issue.

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9.0
All-Star Batman #11

Jun 21, 2017

All-Star Batman continues to deliver thrilling and unexpected Batman action. That unpredictability factors remains one of its greatest assets.

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9.5
American Way: Those Above and Those Below #1

Jul 12, 2017

I really enjoyed this one. American Way reads like Rising Stars with a big ensemble slowly coming together for a big payoff. I'm hooked after the first issue and ready to see how this story evolves.

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8.5
Aquaman (2016) #1

Jun 22, 2016

Walker creatively frames the panels making for an immersive viewing experience. His storytelling really works well with an aquatic character as panels flow into one another smoothly. Walker captures the regal air of Aquaman and his subjects subtlety framing the panel to position the Atlanteans looking down or having other characters look up at them.

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8.0
Aquaman (2016) #2

Jul 6, 2016

Aquaman has been a fast starter. With an action-packed opening act, the real challenge will be to see if it can keep this pace up. If so, Aquaman is going to be one of the more exciting of the Rebirth titles.

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8.0
Aquaman (2016) #3

Jul 20, 2016

Aquaman hasnt had an off issue yet. Even with the shift from the action-oriented feel, it remains a reliable DC Rebirth title. At the midway point of The Drowning Circle, the storyline hasnt lost any steam.

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9.0
Aquaman (2016) #6

Sep 7, 2016

With the return of Walker and a big time clash of superhero titans, Aquaman #6 shoots the title right back up to the top tier of the DC Rebirth titles.

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8.5
Aquaman (2016) #7

Sep 21, 2016

Scott Eaton is back on the title's artist carousel. Eaton is a dependable, solid artist and the quality doesn't suffer when it's his turn to carry the load. Eaton's art isn't as lively or dynamic as Brad Walker, but it's more than adequate. Particularly in low-level action issues like this installment.Aquaman has been a character in need of a focused, streamlined approach. Peter David and Geoff Johns offered that during their runs and Abnett is quickly establishing his take as one worth following. Aquaman has rarely been better and it continues to deliver each month

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9.0
Aquaman (2016) #8

Oct 5, 2016

The thought of Aquaman battling an unbeatable force initially sounded uninspired, but I'm very excited about the direction Abnett will take this storyline. Aquaman has clawed and scratched and at this point, it warrants inclusion among DC Rebirth's best titles.

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8.0
Aquaman (2016) #9

Oct 19, 2016

If Aquaman continues to have the three rotating artists, Abnett should probably craft the stories to play to his various artists' strengths. The fallout from this issue's cliffhanger should be interesting and I'm looking forward to seeing where Abnett takes Aquaman next.

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8.5
Aquaman (2016) #10

Nov 1, 2016

Walker's pencils give this a big blockbuster dynamic, but it's the smaller aspects like the detail in the character eyes and Mera's outfit scale pattern that really make his work stand out. Gabe Eltaeb's color work is some of the best in comics giving the book a vibrant feel. With this particular creative team, Aquaman is easily a top tier DC title. With the action poised to heat up, hopefully the band stays together for a string of consecutive issues.

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7.5
Aquaman (2016) #11

Nov 16, 2016

The Deluge prelude shows promise, but hopefully Abnett has more in store for this arc than a rehash of a popular Justice League story.

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9.0
Aquaman (2016) #12

Dec 7, 2016

Phillip Briones is on deck for the art. Barring a few soft panels with character faces, Briones is up to the task and there's some nice expansive pages providing great scope to this pending war. The Deluge just got started, but I'm already swept up into what's looking like a great new arc.

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8.5
Aquaman (2016) #13

Dec 21, 2016

The Deluge has proven to be a very strong arc for Aquaman. With Black Manta yet to directly strike against Aquaman, the best is clearly yet to come, but the journey has so far been well worth the ride.

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9.0
Aquaman (2016) #14

Jan 4, 2017

The Deluge has been a very enjoyable read and this third chapter was the best yet. Abnett is taking Aquaman to very intriguing heights with strong indication it's only going to get better.

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9.4
Aquaman (2016) #15

Jan 18, 2017

All around this was a tremendous cap to what has been a very entertaining saga. Abnett again proves his mastery of what makes Aquaman such a unique and necessary character in the DC Universe.

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9.3
Aquaman (2016) #16

Feb 1, 2017

Hopefully, Walker will stick around for consecutive issues through the Warhead arc as he takes the title to the next wave. So far so good.

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8.0
Aquaman (2016) #17

Feb 15, 2017

After the war with Black Manta and N.E.M.O., Warhead lacks that same threat level, but Aquaman's Rogue Gallery definitely needs some beefing up. Abnett continues to make Aquaman an enjoyable and worthwhile read.

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8.0
Aquaman (2016) #18

Mar 1, 2017

Abnett throws in a new monkey wrench in the final page with the return of an unexpected foe with news of a larger threat. DC's best political superhero comic keeps finding intriguing scenarios for its lead making for an always engaging read.

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9.0
Aquaman (2016) #19

Mar 15, 2017

Taking Aquaman down the horror/thriller route is unexpected, but as usual, the title keeps delivering quality issues every other week. I'm looking forward to seeing where Abnett takes this storyline next.

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9.0
Aquaman (2016) #20

Apr 5, 2017

This has been a really fun and different arc than a normal Aquaman story. I like what Abnett's doing and appreciate the horror elements he's added to make this arc feel so fresh.

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9.5
Aquaman (2016) #21

Apr 19, 2017

Scott Eaton returns as the artist. Eaton's work is improving as he's able to better emote his characters and get more natural reactions out of them. The action sequences looked great and Eaton established some really nice perspectives. Gabe Eltaeb crafts some stunning backdrops

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9.0
Aquaman (2016) #22

May 3, 2017

Abnett already has Aquaman's next opponent on deck to ensure the thrills and fun don't let up.

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8.5
Aquaman (2016) #23

May 17, 2017

Aquaman is the only DC comic that can make political jockeying interesting. I'm very curious where Abnett takes the story next.

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9.5
Aquaman (2016) #24

Nov 30, -0001

Since we're in the age of comic book movies, I'm always keeping an eye out for storylines that would translate well to a feature film. Crown of Thorns definitely has the makings for an epic movie or mid-chapter in an Aquaman trilogy. Until then, we'll just have to settle for it being one of the best arcs in the Aquaman Rebirth era.

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10
Aquaman (2016) #25

Jun 21, 2017

I've been a huge fan of this run since it started. It's been strong nearly every issue, but now it's starting to read like Abnett is shaking up expectations in an organic way. This is as clean a jump-on point as readers could ask for and at this high a quality, it's definitely time to find space on the Aquaman bandwagon.

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10
Aquaman (2016) #26

Jul 19, 2017

At this point with Abnett and Sejic, Aquaman is required DC Rebirth reading as it's delivering everything fans could ask for and more.

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9.0
Batgirl (2016) #1

Jul 27, 2016

The art by Rafael Albuquerque compliments Batgirl well. It's still playful and isn't overly dark and serious. Under this new creative team, Batgirl is getting her road trip off to a great start. May as well pack a bag and join her on the journey.

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9.0
Batgirl (2016) #2

Aug 24, 2016

Beyond Burnside is the best Batgirl has been since Gail Simone kick-started her return to action in the New 52. Free of being bogged down by current events in Gotham and making sense of Batgirls somewhat convoluted continuity, Batgirl is one of Rebirths most new reader friendly titles. At this rate its not a stretch to see Batgirl well on its way to being DCs premier female headlining title.

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7.5
Batgirl (2016) Annual #1

Mar 29, 2017

Neither of the stories are essential reading " threads from the first story will be continued in Supergirl #9 " but this was a good use of the annual setup to deliver two fun Batgirl tales.

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4.0
Batgirl and the Birds of Prey #2

Sep 14, 2016

There hasn't been enough encouraging signs that this title will improve with this current creative team. DC has so many titles knocking it out the park that even grading on the curve, Batgirl and the Birds of Prey still comes up lacking. This may be a title worth revisiting down the road once the Bensons get more comfortable with the characters, but for now it's probably worth skipping.

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4.0
Batgirl and the Birds of Prey: Rebirth #1

Jul 20, 2016

After a string of books meeting expectations and genuine surprises, Birds of Prey's relaunch was somewhat disappointing. The title may be a slow starter, but for those hoping for a return to former glory this wasn't the relaunch they were waiting on.

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10
Batman '66 Meets The Legion Of Super-Heroes #1

Jul 19, 2017

This was a very fun crossover and for fans of either Batman 66 or the Legion, it's the kind of blast that's truly timeless.

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6.0
Batman (2016) #2

Jul 6, 2016

King sets up several mysteries for Batman to solve. Theres Gotham and Gotham Girls origin, the tease of monsters coming to Gotham and the reveal of an old foe that might be behind all of it. This was the weakest of Kings three Batman issues thus far, but theres enough here to suggest this was a rare misfire.

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10
Batman (2016) #3

Jul 20, 2016

The final page certainly sets up an intriguing next issue. With King and Finch clicking so strongly on this collaboration, Batman continues to be a cant miss title.

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10
Batman (2016) #4

Aug 3, 2016

I am Gotham has been one of the strongest initial story arcs in the entire DC Rebirth line. With this issue's cliffhanger, two weeks seems like a long wait for what's been a classic story so far.

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8.0
Batman (2016) #5

Aug 17, 2016

The issue ends as if to suggest the end of the I Am Gotham storyline yet the perpetrators are still on the loose. It'll be interesting to see how King resolves the story. With some major developments and a tragic conclusion, I Am Gotham part 5 ended strongly. Hopefully King and Finch can keep the momentum rolling with the next story arc.

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9.0
Batman (2016) #6

Sep 7, 2016

Next issue marks the Batman chapter of the Night of the Monster Men crossover. The following issue looks to be especially promising considering Batman's conversation with Amanda Waller and the tease of a Suicide Squad encounter.

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6.0
Batman (2016) #7

Sep 21, 2016

Riley Rossmo's pencils are creatively laid out and the character expressions are well done. Given the quality of the Batman titles, this was a bit of a letdown. Worst case scenario, Night of the Monster Men will prove a decent enough distraction to allow the regular creative team to get a breather and get ahead before their return.

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8.5
Batman (2016) #8

Oct 5, 2016

This was an encouraging issue. Initially this arc read like a time filler to let the creative teams catch their breaths. Now it's starting to live up to its potential of the Bat family fighting Godzilla, King Kong and Morhra the same night.

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9.5
Batman (2016) #9

Oct 19, 2016

Even though it was largely just a set-up issue, Batman #9 is an engaging opening act. If the rest of the arc is this good, King just might top his outstanding debut act. Good thing there's only two more weeks until the next installment.

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7.0
Batman (2016) #10

Nov 1, 2016

As always, King tries to deliver a different kind of Batman story. That's commendable, but in this case, sticking with expectations might have been the better play.

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9.0
Batman (2016) #11

Nov 16, 2016

I Am Suicide delivers another killer installment that's made for a excellent followup to I Am Gotham. King is doing big things with this title and this issue proves he's got plenty of surprises left.

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7.0
Batman (2016) #12

Dec 7, 2016

The big question is if the terrific art can carry the issue. This installment is one that barely progresses the story, but Janin's art at least makes this treading in water issue worth a look.

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9.2
Batman (2016) #13

Dec 21, 2016

Overall, I Am Suicide was an inconsistent story arc. There were some great moments and a number of unnecessary story decisions, but when it clicked like this issue, it was a very enjoyable storyline. And best of all it sets up a number of future stories I'm looking forward to seeing where King takes Batman.

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8.0
Batman (2016) #14

Jan 4, 2017

Even if this is just a minor detour en route to a more complex storyline, Rooftops is a decent shorter Batman arc. King has set the bar high for his run so while this is solid, it's not one of the essential issues of the Rebirth Batman era.

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8.8
Batman (2016) #15

Jan 18, 2017

I wasn't sure how King was going to wrap this arc up, but Rooftops was effective and efficient storytelling. For fans of the hero/anti-hero romance, this will be required reading and for Batman fans, it's a pretty great read.

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9.7
Batman (2016) #16

Feb 1, 2017

I Am Bane was off to a great start even before that creepy finale page. King and Finch are reunited and Batman is all set for another epic story arc.

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10
Batman (2016) #17

Feb 15, 2017

Batman has consistently vied for best Rebirth title honors. With this storyline constantly delivering, this is the one DC book you have to read this week if you can only grab one.

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6.5
Batman (2016) #19

Mar 15, 2017

Batman's faulty logic and that feeling like this won't play a major role in the overall story make this a tough sell. The artwork and Rogue cameos balance it out for the most part, but this chapter of I Am Bane was overall disappointing.

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8.5
Batman (2016) #20

Apr 5, 2017

I Am Bane restores the tarnished luster to the man that broke the Bat. Bane is cast once again as arguably the most formidable physical threat of all of Batman's Rogues. Hopefully with the start of The Button crossover next issue, King puts more of a spotlight on Batman's brains than his brawn.

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10
Batman (2016) #21

Apr 19, 2017

This issue has been one of the Rebirth era's most anticipated releases since it was announced and it fully lived up to the hype. Don't leave out the comic book store without grabbing this one.

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10
Batman (2016) #22

May 3, 2017

The Button concludes in The Flash #22. It's unlikely every question is going to be answered at this point, but so far it's been nothing short of captivating. Fittingly, the end of the issue comes by far too fast. While it'd be nice to get some insight on some aspect of the mystery, The Button has been a lot of fun just for the throwback multiverse feel.

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10
Batman (2016) #23

May 17, 2017

King may not hit a home run every issue on his run, but when he does they are spectacular grand slam at the bottom of the ninth style hits. This is another one that's going to be considered one of the definitive issues of his run.

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10
Batman (2016) #24

Jun 7, 2017

This is definitely going to be one of the biggest issues of the year especially since it's the prelude to the return of The Riddler and The Joker.

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10
Batman (2016) #25

Jun 21, 2017

Batman is largely absent from the issue, but his absence helps tell the story and explain why Joker and Riddler go to war. It actually works better in the context of Batman reflecting on one of his most significant regrets in keeping Gotham safe. The setup is exciting and it should be fun seeing how this Batman Rogues Civil War plays out.

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10
Batman (2016) #26

Jul 5, 2017

Maybe the most interesting aspect of the story so far is how powerless Batman truly is in stopping this war. Despite the accolades, the detective acumen and his superhero allies, Batman is just a man trying to stop madmen from making his city a war zone. Can he stop it is the main question, but it sure has become a fascinating read watching these villains bring hell to Gotham.

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10
Batman (2016) #27

Jul 19, 2017

Continuing the theme of the arc, Batman has a limited role this issue. Im enjoying how King is making Batman a supporting character to tell more of a villain focused arc. Besides, when Kite-Man gets the spotlight, even Batman can take a back seat.

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8.0
Batman (2016) Annual #1

Nov 30, 2016

Batman Annual #1 starts off great with its opening three stories, trails off some with the fourth and rebounds with the fifth. Not a bad ratio for a Christmas theme annual. Batman fans should find at least three stories that will make this worth the read.

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7.0
Batman Beyond: Rebirth #1

Sep 28, 2016

As a kickoff to the next Batman Beyond era, this left me cautiously optimistic. Hopefully with a fresh start, Jurgens can restore the book back to prominence and justify his return to the title.

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9.5
Batman/The Shadow #1

Apr 26, 2017

This was a crossover that sounded cool and then surpassed my expectations. The only annoying thing here? Having to wait almost a full month for the next chapter. This is a really enjoyable read that should please both Batman and The Shadow fans.

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10
Batman/The Shadow #2

May 24, 2017

Although the heroes faced one villain early on the real threat is revealed on the final page. Given how great this title has been already adding this character to the mix ensures we haven't seen nuthin yet.

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9.5
Batman/The Shadow #3

Jun 28, 2017

Interestingly, Snyder and Orlando are making this more than the basic casual crossover with implications that The Shadow has been in Batman's life for years. I'm curious to see how this will play out.

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9.0
Batwoman (2017) #1

Mar 15, 2017

Batwoman has been a strong featured player in Detective Comics. Without the rest of Team Batman around her, she proves just as engaging. There's a ton of potential here and Tynion and Bennett seem poised to realize all of it.

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6.5
Batwoman: Rebirth #1

Feb 15, 2017

Batwoman has been a very compelling character in Detective Comics, but little of that carries over to her solo debut. Hopefully the regular series delivers more engaging adventures with Gotham's latest hero.

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4.0
Blue Beetle (2016) #1

Sep 28, 2016

Scott Kollins artwork is solid. He's a great fit for this book up for either the extensive talking scenes or Beetle in action moments. This is a title that might actually work better for new fans unfamiliar with the characters who will approach it without preconceived notions. Blue Beetle is a book where Giffen is still finding his way.

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8.0
Cyborg (2016) #1

Sep 21, 2016

The only concern from this issue is the hope that Semper doesn't get too focused on having Cyborg battle mechanical/robotic type opponents. There's enough potential metallic adversaries for Cyborg to fight to last for two to three years, but that shouldn't be the basis of his still under construction rogue gallery. Still, I liked what I read here and was an encouraging sign going forward.

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7.5
Cyborg (2016) #2

Oct 5, 2016

The issue's cliffhanger was cleverly done and should have lasting repercussions on the title. I don't see Cyborg becoming a top tier title, but it's enjoyable enough in this early stretch that it's sustaining my interest.

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7.5
Cyborg (2016) #3

Oct 19, 2016

Like Green Lanterns before it, Cyborg flashes just enough promise to keep me invested. It hasn't all come together yet, but it's very close. But I'm enjoying seeing it all come together on the ground floor.

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6.0
Cyborg (2016) #4

Nov 1, 2016

At this point, Semper is going to need to find some way to make Cyborg a fun read. It's a little too all over the place and this issue doesn't instill any confidence that it's going to improve fast enough to retain readers.

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2.0
Cyborg (2016) #13

Jun 7, 2017

I keep wanting to see Cyborg turn the corner, but this was another in a long string of tough reads for this book. It might be time for a new creative team to give this title a reboot before any chances of a successful Cyborg solo title crashes.

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6.5
Cyborg: Rebirth #1

Sep 7, 2016

Cyborg Rebirth doesn't provide the same wow factor as some other Rebirth debuts. Instead it offers some promise of better storylines to come. Hopefully Semper and Pelletier can reach that potential.

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9.0
Dark Days: The Casting #1

Jul 12, 2017

For those willing to fully get caught up in the mystery, The Casting is another eerie and captivating stop along the way to Metal. It's not the unpredictable page turner as The Forge, but it was another entertaining read.

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10
Dark Days: The Forge #1

Jun 14, 2017

Don't let big event fatigue keep you away from this one as I've got the feeling this is going to have people buzzing for a long time.

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8.0
DC Rebirth Holiday Special #1

Dec 14, 2016

The book features most of DC's big guns wrapped in a nice holiday edition. Is it worth $10? For most DC fans there's bound to be enough in the 88 pages to make it worth a read during the holidays.

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8.0
Death of Hawkman #1

Oct 5, 2016

This was a nice re-introduction to one of DC's forgotten gems. It wasn't stuffed with action, but solid character building. Plenty of time to go heavy on the action later.

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7.5
Death of Hawkman #2

Nov 1, 2016

The issue would probably read easier with a clearer distinction between the current events, the flashbacks and the earlier flashbacks. Andreyko gets a bit lost in the narrative, but the art or even some color tricks by Bond (who otherwise does a sensational job) could help make that slightly easier to follow.

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9.5
Deathstroke (2016) #1

Aug 24, 2016

Deathstroke #1 kicks off as strong as the best of DC Rebirth. If it stays this consistent Deathstroke will quickly ascend to the top tier of DC's new era.

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7.0
Deathstroke (2016) #3

Sep 28, 2016

Deathstroke is a title that won't live or die on the strength of the art. Obviously, with Pagulayan the art is top notch, but Priest's take on the characters is what's making this an engaging read.

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9.0
Deathstroke (2016) #11

Jan 25, 2017

Cowan and Sienkiewicz have strong, unique styles that really makes their work stand out. They make a terrific team in this mystery where nothing is what it seems.

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9.5
Deathstroke (2016) #19

May 24, 2017

There's only one issue left in what's been a surprisingly strong crossover. Sometimes recalling a beloved storyline backfires, but this sequel in spirit to The Judas Contract has been a risk that's paid off incredibly well for DC and the Titan family books.

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9.0
Deathstroke (2016) #20

Jun 7, 2017

This is a very intriguing premise and fresh direction for the title. It's one that should provide Priest a lot of exciting new avenues to tackle. Absentee readers who've been waiting on a new jumping on point get a great one here. One of the most intriguing elements of this new direction is how long can Slade walk on the side of the angels? Or if his past won't come gunning for him on his road to redemption. Either way, Deathstroke is going to be a title worth keeping an eye on over the next few months.

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9.0
Deathstroke (2016) #21

Jul 5, 2017

The fun will truly be in seeing how quickly it all comes undone and if Slade's good intentions will doom everyone around him as usual.

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8.0
Deathstroke: Rebirth #1

Aug 10, 2016

Priest on Deathstroke sounded like a winning combination. Deathstroke: Rebirth meets those high expectations with a strong debut.

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9.0
Detective Comics (2016) #935

Jun 22, 2016

Tynion does a commendable job juggling the characters and giving them all little moments throughout the issue. This is a promising group and the personality clashes and agendas feel natural. There wasn't any forced drama, but Tynion definitely lays the groundwork for some pending problems for the group beyond Gotham's criminals. Eddy Barrows is such a natural fit to handle the artwork. He's best suited on titles with a lot of characters. After working on Superman and Teen Titans, Barrows' skills continue to evolve especially with character expressions.

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8.5
Detective Comics (2016) #936

Jul 11, 2016

Rise of the Batmen has been a compelling storyline. Part 3 kept the momentum rolling and somehow the two-week wait is going to feel even longer for the next chapter.

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9.5
Detective Comics (2016) #937

Jul 27, 2016

Tynion doesnt appear to be dragging the story out as the pacing has really played out like a movie. Next issue promises to pack some major action as The Bat Squad battles The Colony. The fun keeps coming with Detective Comics.

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9.0
Detective Comics (2016) #938

Aug 10, 2016

Detective Comics remains a title readers can count on to deliver. It's been DC's best team book since Rebirth got underway and #938 shows it has no intention of letting up.

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9.5
Detective Comics (2016) #939

Aug 26, 2016

While some of the Rebirth titles initial story arcs lost steam midway through, Detective is five issues in and remains just as exhilarating as it began. As usual the two weeks for the next installment cant get here fast enough for me.

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10
Detective Comics (2016) #940

Sep 14, 2016

With this issue, Tynion and Barrows cement Detectives status as a Top 3 Rebirth title and this weeks must-read DC comic.

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7.5
Detective Comics (2016) #941

Sep 28, 2016

This was the best chapter so far of Night of the Monster Men thanks to Orlando focusing more on the characters and less the monster spectacle. The next installment is slated for two weeks. That was slightly disappointing as Rebirth's every week format worked well with a crossover.

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6.5
Detective Comics (2016) #942

Oct 12, 2016

In the end, this was an interesting departure from the regular Batman stories that was twice as long as necessary.

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9.0
Detective Comics (2016) #943

Oct 26, 2016

Tynion and Martinez kick this new arc off in engaging fashion. This is the slow wind-up installment, but it didn't lack for well-developed character moments while setting up the next storyline. As usual, Detective Comics continues to be a book that has to be on every Batman fans' must-read list.

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10
Detective Comics (2016) #944

Nov 9, 2016

Detective Comics is the comic equivalent of watching an epic Batman movie. Issue #944 keeps one of the best titles in the DC lineup rolling. There's absolutely no reason why any superhero comic book fan shouldn't be reading this book right now.

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8.5
Detective Comics (2016) #945

Nov 23, 2016

Detective is one of the few comics that can get by with weaker fill-in art. Tynion is crafting one of DC's best books right now and the final page's cliffhanger ensures the thrills won't be stopping anytime soon.

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9.5
Detective Comics (2016) #946

Dec 14, 2016

Tynion and Barrows + Team Batman? That's a combination too spectacular to fail as Detective continues to be a must-read Rebirth title.

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10
Detective Comics (2016) #947

Dec 28, 2016

It's gotten to the point where I expect a nearly flawless issue every other week and Detective Comics hasn't disappointed yet. This is a another in the long line of must-read issues in this superior series.

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9.7
Detective Comics (2016) #948

Jan 11, 2017

But it's hard to complain about an issue where the Bat cousins spend some quality time. And this new adversary looks to be a candidate with strong staying power in the right hands. In the Bat universe it doesn't get much better than Tynion's.

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9.5
Detective Comics (2016) #949

Jan 25, 2017

Detective Comics pretty much has made-man status at this point. Tynion keeps on delivering the goods and the art is stellar. That's a pretty good combination for a Top tier Rebirth title with no signs of relinquishing its spot.

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8.0
Detective Comics (2016) #950

Feb 8, 2017

Detective isn't an overstuffed worthless issue and helps to flesh out the backstories of the underutilized team members. Tynion used the extra space effectively for character development. Next issue kicks off the next big arc, League of Shadows, and there likely won't be many quiet moments ahead for Team Batman.

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9.7
Detective Comics (2016) #951

Feb 22, 2017

Detective Comics always delivers. That's nothing new, but this arc is getting off to such an impressive start it might be the signature storyline of this run.

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10
Detective Comics (2016) #952

Mar 8, 2017

DC has an embarrassment of riches with Batman right now. Between Detective and Batman, the best title is whichever one you read last. League of Shadows has been nothing short of exceptional and it's made for yet another great arc of this superior title.

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10
Detective Comics (2016) #953

Mar 22, 2017

No surprise to anyone who's been reading this title, but Detective #953 is going to be one of those issues you'll definitely want to pick up this week.

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7.0
Detective Comics (2016) #954

Apr 12, 2017

Tynion sets up the stage for a big character showcase next issue, but hopefully one of DC's best team books gets back on track showcasing the team rather than becoming just another Batman book.

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8.5
Detective Comics (2016) #955

Apr 26, 2017

Tynion has stretched this arc out longer than necessary, but this it's winding down strongly. The final page ensures next issue should make for one heck of a read.

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8.5
Detective Comics (2016) #956

May 10, 2017

Tynion hints he's taking Batman and company down a different path for the next big arc. Considering the topic that should prove very interesting. For those who enjoyed the previous installments of League of Shadows this was a fitting conclusion, but it's time to move on to new challenges and opponents.

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8.5
Detective Comics (2016) #957

May 24, 2017

There's a lot of potential with Stephanie as a true anti-hero vigilante. Hopefully Tynion continues catching up with her before the inevitable confrontation with Batman.

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9.5
Detective Comics (2016) #958

Jun 14, 2017

Detective Comics hadn't necessarily lost its mojo, but Intelligence is back at the level that's made this one of DC Rebirth's best titles.

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9.5
Detective Comics (2016) #959

Jun 28, 2017

Intelligence has not so surprisingly been an engrossing read. Tynion manages to tell the story in such a natural way that it ends without the usual tells the cliffhanger is coming. The arc is two issues in, but Tynion and Martinez have laid the arc out so smoothly it doesn't seem like it's going to overstay its welcome anytime soon.

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8.0
Detective Comics (2016) #960

Jul 12, 2017

I kinda wanted the arc to have a better sense of progression by the end of this issue. Tynion has had a bad habit lately of letting good stories linger too long. Hopefully, Intelligence starts showing signs of nearing the finish line next issue to allow it the proper impact without overstaying its welcome.

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7.5
Flash (2016) #1

Jun 22, 2016

Once Williamson gets a better handle on Barry this title is really going to get up to speed. This is a title that's not quite there, but has a lot of promise. Until then, check it out for the gorgeous art.

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9.5
Flash (2016) #2

Jul 13, 2016

This was my final read for new comics this week and it didnt let me down. With a terrific cliffhanger hopefully the two weeks to follow up on Thunderstruck wont be too slow.

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7.5
Flash (2016) #3

Jul 27, 2016

Carmine Di Giandomenico's pencils and colorist Ivan Plascencia continue to make The Flash one of DC's most visually pleasing books on the market. Just before things stay too calm, Flash learns a dangerous new threat called Godspeed and he's taking out fellow speedsters. That's a solid cliffhanger and I'm looking forward to seeing how Williamson pays it off. Thankfully, we won't have to wait too long.

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7.0
Flash (2016) #4

Aug 10, 2016

With so many speedsters running around, Williamson really hasnt gotten a chance to truly focus on The Flash. Hopefully, the Speed Storm story is winding down to put the focus back on the titular character.

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5.0
Flash (2016) #5

Aug 24, 2016

At this point that's Flash's biggest hook right now. Clearing the deck of the numerous speedsters and refocusing on Flash should become a priority for this title quickly.

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5.0
Flash (2016) #6

Sep 14, 2016

This has been another Rebirth kickoff story arc that's dragged on way too long. Next issue promises the big showdown between Flash and Godspeed. This should have been an exciting confrontation, but at this point I'm just ready to move on from it and kickoff the next story arc.

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9.0
Flash (2016) #7

Sep 28, 2016

Not wrapping the arc by this issue was a risky move. Eight issues is a lengthy opening story, but if it ends as solid as this issue, it will justify one more run. This is much more of what I'm hoping to see going forward with the title.

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8.0
Flash (2016) #8

Oct 12, 2016

Flash got back on track after a middling middle portion of the Godspeed arc. I'm encouraged by the progression of the series and excited about what Williamson and Di Giandomenico have in store next.

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9.0
Flash (2016) #10

Nov 9, 2016

The return of a classic Flash and DC villain also helps add to the excitement. The Speed of Darkness gets off to a great start here and this is a strong jumping-on point for readers who missed the first arc.

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7.5
Flash (2016) #11

Nov 23, 2016

The Flash has the makings of a Top 5 title, but DC needs to shore up the art when Di Giandomenico is on a break. I'm looking forward to seeing where Williamson is going to go next with the title, but I'm equally anticipating Di Giandomenico's return to the book.

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7.0
Flash (2016) #12

Dec 14, 2016

Davide Gianfelice's art is a little too stylized for a book like The Flash. Beyond very rough character faces, the characters are overall drawn too blocky. They lack a sense of fluidity and crisp movement a book about speed demands.

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9.2
Flash (2016) #13

Dec 28, 2016

Although this was largely a standalone issue, the Kid Flash character spotlight made it a lot of fun. And the return of a Flash fan favorite Rogue suggests things are hardly about to get boring for Central City's speedsters.

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9.5
Flash (2016) #14

Jan 11, 2017

This was mainly a setup issue, but Williamson adds a clever twist that ensures The Rogues are back and badder than ever. Which can only lead to good things for this arc and Flash readers.

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9.5
Flash (2016) #15

Jan 25, 2017

So far, this arc is delivering exactly what fans of The Rogues could want. The Flash might have the speed, but The Rogues have the teamwork and looser morals to make this a fun and entertaining fight.

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9.8
Flash (2016) #16

Feb 8, 2017

With Rogues Reloaded, The Flash is on a serious roll and is zooming along as the best arc of the Flash's Rebirth era. Given this issue's cliffhanger, the fun has only just begun for a title that's gotten a nitrous boost from the return of The Rogues.

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9.3
Flash (2016) #17

Feb 22, 2017

For old school fans, this was a classic Flash arc. With a speedster and The Rogues covered, I'm anxious to see what Williamson has in store for us next.

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8.5
Flash (2016) #18

Mar 8, 2017

Flash stays a consistently entertaining Rebirth title. This new arc looks like it has some legs thanks to Williamson keeping Team Flash and the readers on their toes.

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9.0
Flash (2016) #19

Mar 22, 2017

Despite a limited page count this issue, Carmine Di Giandomenico shows why he's such a fantastic artist for this book. Di Giandomenico's characters never seem static and they've got a constant sense of movement. Under his pencils, the Speed Force looks more like something Barry and Wally tap in to not just use to go faster.

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8.5
Flash (2016) #20

Apr 12, 2017

Williamson revisits a slow-brewing development since the start of his run and I'm looking forward to seeing what develops. Next up is The Button crossover with Batman, but it's a testament to the quality of the title that the prospect of the ongoing story playing out is equally as exciting.

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10
Flash (2016) #21

Apr 26, 2017

This issue's reveals and major cliffhanger are strong reassurance this crossover is only gathering momentum. I can't wait to see where King takes the story in Batman #22 before bouncing it back to Williamson.

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9.0
Flash (2016) #23

May 31, 2017

The Color of Fear gets off to a great start. Jordan's cameo should hopefully keep things lighter than the Batman team-up and a little fun is exactly what this title needs right now.

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9.5
Flash (2016) #24

Jun 14, 2017

The cliffhanger this issue was a doozy and one that definitely will trigger some feelings for longtime Flash readers. I'm impatiently waiting next issue to see how far Thawne (and Williamson) will take this story.

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8.5
Flash (2016) #25

Jun 28, 2017

Still, for an extra sized issue I was hoping for a little more substance. Williamson didn't seem to take full advantage of the extra pages giving it a somewhat stretched out feel. I got the sense Williamson was eager to get to the final few pages for that sucker punch cliffhanger. That fallout solidly has me hooked for next issue, even if I wanted more from this one.

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9.5
Flash (2016) #26

Jul 12, 2017

With this issue's cliffhanger, Williamson continues to find new ways to keep readers guessing. I'm looking forward to seeing how this plays out in two weeks.

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9.5
Green Arrow (2016) #2

Jul 6, 2016

Under this creative team, Green Arrow is solidly a must-read title. More impressively is the sense that the fun is only just getting started in whats looking like a definitive Green Arrow run.

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10
Green Arrow (2016) #3

Jul 20, 2016

The Ninth Circle finds Green Arrow infiltrating Queen Industries. Arrow is seeking some answers for the failed assassination attempt on his life. Elsewhere in Seattle, Black Canary is trying to honor Arrows memory by completing his final case. And halfway across the globe, John Diggle is getting his own insight into The Ninth Circle.

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8.0
Green Arrow (2016) #4

Aug 3, 2016

While some titles feel like the main storyline is running out of steam four issues in, the Ninth Circle arc remains as engaging as ever in what's become one of DC's must-read titles.

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10
Green Arrow (2016) #5

Aug 17, 2016

Percy winds the issue down in a way atypical in modern comic book storytelling fashion. Theres not a cheap cliffhanger, but he immediately kicks off a new storyline that should be a blast for both new and longtime Green Arrow fans. Inferno might have cooled down one story arc, but the fire is still burning bright with Green Arrow.

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9.0
Green Arrow (2016) #6

Sep 7, 2016

Even with the titular character largely sidelined, Green Arrow #6 delivered. This is one of DCs Top 5 titles right now with no signs of slowing down.

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8.0
Green Arrow (2016) #7

Sep 21, 2016

Those minor gripes are hardly enough to not recommend the issue. Even when it's not dead-on target, Green Arrow continues to be one of DC's best titles and easier recommendations.

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8.5
Green Arrow (2016) #8

Oct 5, 2016

There wasn't much action here save some bear encounters. Maybe it would be risky in lesser hands, but Percy and Schmidt make this another pleasant diversion in their rock-solid run.

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8.0
Green Arrow (2016) #9

Oct 19, 2016

Art choices aside, Green Arrow continues to be a treat for the Green Arrow/Black Canary dynamic. This was one of the great relationships undone by the New 52 and Percy is making sure readers grasp what made it so special. Their banter makes up for most of the issue's missteps. The island saga may have been underwhelming, but Green Arrow remains one of Rebirth's easier and enjoyable reads.

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9.0
Green Arrow (2016) #10

Nov 1, 2016

Since the setup is too good to rush through in one setting, there's a cliffhanger on this one. Maybe next issue, Percy will work in some Snowpiercer elements to really amp up the fun.

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8.5
Green Arrow (2016) #11

Nov 16, 2016

Of the important issues of this new Rebirth run, Empire Express wasn't pivotal, but it was an enjoyable mini-arc with great characterization and beautiful art.

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9.5
Green Arrow (2016) #12

Dec 7, 2016

Otto Schmidt's art and colors is just as lively and dynamic as ever making for a vibrant visual presentation. In its first year, Green Arrow has been one of DC's best reads. If the kickoff to Emerald Outlaw is any indication, Year 2 is going to be just as exciting.

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9.2
Green Arrow (2016) #13

Dec 21, 2016

Emerald Outlaw hasn't missed the mark yet. This is turning into one of those stories you want to turn your friends into so they don't miss out.

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7.5
Green Arrow (2016) #14

Jan 4, 2017

Hopefully the next chapter will see more of the strong art that's helped Green Arrow become one of the premier Rebirth titles in DC's lineup.

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9.5
Green Arrow (2016) #15

Jan 18, 2017

Percy ends the issue with the return of a featured supporting character (no, not that one) sure to shake up the status quo. For a character writers frequently run out of good ideas early on in their run, Percy is showing there's plenty of arrows left in his quiver. And he's still firmly on target.

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9.2
Green Arrow (2016) #16

Feb 1, 2017

Green Arrow hasn't let up since Percy came on board and Schmidt continues to impress. This is a title everyone should be reading for a reason and this was another example of its quality storytelling.

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7.5
Green Arrow (2016) #17

Feb 15, 2017

Green Arrow might not have hit a bulls eye with the Emerald Outlaw finale, but this was still an enjoyable read. Percy has set things up nicely going forward for Oliver Queen and with the return of his original sidekick, the fun is only getting started.

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7.5
Green Arrow (2016) #18

Mar 1, 2017

Besides the at times rough art, this was another enjoyable Green Arrow adventure. It should be very interesting to see what Percy has in store following the surprising reunion of Oliver and Roy.

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6.0
Green Arrow (2016) #19

Mar 15, 2017

The pipeline standoff finds the arc at its best. That's classic Green Arrow fighting against the man. But the retread Oliver/Roy fallout feels tired and the art isn't up the book's normal standard.

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6.0
Green Arrow (2016) #20

Apr 5, 2017

Sometimes an arc just doesn't work for whatever reason. That was the case here, but with a return to the overall series' conflict and artist Juan Ferreyra, I'm optimistic Percy will quickly get the title back on target.

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9.7
Green Arrow (2016) #21

Apr 19, 2017

Percy and Ferreyra are certainly aiming high here but this hits the mark in a big, big way. This has all the potential to be the definitive arc of this run on Green Arrow.

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9.5
Green Arrow (2016) #22

May 3, 2017

Green Arrow had some rough patches lately, but this arc and this issue are a strong indication it's back as a top tier Rebirth title.

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9.5
Green Arrow (2016) #23

May 17, 2017

The Rise of Star City has been a killer storyline delivering all the beats of a classic Green Arrow story. Each issue has built nicely on the previous installment and this issue takes the story to an entirely unexpected and shocking level.

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8.5
Green Arrow (2016) #24

Jun 7, 2017

The Rise of the Ninth Circle remains a quality read from the Green Arrow team with sharp writing and exceptional art. It'll be interesting to see where Percy takes the story after the stunning cliffhanger.

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9.5
Green Arrow (2016) #25

Jun 21, 2017

This sets up a nice entry point for new readers that have been waiting to start reading one of Rebirth's most consistent great reads. This is a pretty surprising shift to the status quo, but Percy manages to establish this issue as a shocking season cliffhanger. And this is just the start of what looks to be an epic next 'season.'

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8.0
Green Arrow (2016) #26

Jul 5, 2017

The biggest challenge for Percy will be keeping this new direction fresh from issue to issue. This first issue was very encouraging. Of the main Rebirth superhero titles, Green Arrow might have been the darkest with the destruction of Seattle. Hard-Traveling Hero aims to lighten the mood by refocusing Green Arrow as a nomadic archer righting injustices everywhere he travels. One issue in to the new direction and the creative team is right on target.

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9.0
Green Arrow (2016) #27

Jul 19, 2017

The Ninth Circle continues to be a worthy adversary for Green Arrow and their assaults in D.C. play out like a superhero version of House of Cards. Their trail takes Green Arrow to a somewhat obvious next destination, but it should be fun to see how this super interaction goes.

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7.0
Green Lanterns #1

Jul 20, 2016

Rage Planet ends on another solid, cliffhanger note. Humphries probably reached into the somewhat obvious cliche too soon. Hopefully he's got some other tricks in his bag to keep the title moving forward.

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6.0
Green Lanterns #2

Jul 6, 2016

Green Lanterns isn't there yet. By the conclusion of Rage Planet the problems might not all be addressed, but there's something here that makes me think Green Lanterns is going to be a special title in the Rebirth era.

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7.0
Green Lanterns #5

Aug 17, 2016

As usual, Humphries ends the issue on a solid cliffhanger. Consistently, each issue has been slow out the gates only to pick up steam and have me looking forward to the next installment. Once Humphries and Robson put that together for an entire 21 pages, Green Lanterns could join the upper echelon Rebirth titles.

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7.0
Green Lanterns #6

Sep 14, 2016

Hopefully Humphries has a better sense of pacing these story arcs going forward. Seeing as how Rage Planet's wrap-up still left a number of lingering subplots this arc could have been two issues shorter and just as effective. Green Lanterns continues to be an up and down reading experience, but it remains solid enough to stick with it for now.

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7.0
Green Lanterns #7

Sep 21, 2016

The issue ends with a mini-cliffhanger suggesting the two newest Lanterns are about to tangle with yet another longtime threat in the DCU. That could prove pretty fun. Green Lanterns is clearly going to be a title requiring patience. So far that approach has worked pretty well and there's little reason it'll stop anytime soon.

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8.5
Green Lanterns #8

Oct 5, 2016

Humphries has what seems like a fairly strong plot for this next story arc. With the messy introductions to Baz and Cruz out of the way, he's able to further establish their bonds while working Rami into the fold. I'm looking forward to seeing how this arc plays out as it could be the one that gets Green Lanterns to the next level.

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8.0
Green Lanterns #9

Oct 19, 2016

Despite the shaky art, this was a very strong chapter in the Phantom Lantern saga. Green Lanterns has found its way, hopefully Humphries can keep it in the light.

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8.0
Green Lanterns #10

Nov 1, 2016

Even with the inconsistent art, this was another strong issue for a title that's really picked up some momentum as of late. I'm very invested in this storyline and the various possibilities Humphries has to explore with this new villain.

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9.0
Green Lanterns #15

Jan 18, 2017

This wasn't the biggest must-read issue of Green Lanterns, but I liked it a lot. The bond between Baz and Cruz is becoming a real highlight and this issue really tapped into the overall Rebirth tone of hope and heroes striving every day to be the best version of themselves. This issue is a great jumping-on point for readers who want more insight on the Lanterns they've seen in the various Justice League issues.

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8.5
Green Lanterns #16

Feb 1, 2017

The villain behind all of the chaos made a lot of sense and played upon some older classic stories. Seeing how Batman and the Lanterns handle the situation should make for an entertaining conclusion.

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6.0
Green Lanterns #17

Feb 15, 2017

This was a team-up that was fresh and had some potential, but undercutting Baz and Cruz just made this issue of Green Lanterns read like a lackluster Batman issue.

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8.5
Green Lanterns #19

Mar 15, 2017

Polarity marks an easy jumping on point for new readers. This isn't DC's highest profile book, but it simply works.

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7.0
Green Lanterns #20

Apr 5, 2017

This wasn't a bad issue, but somewhat flat with the Doctor Polaris focus. Humphries sets up some interesting subplots while keeping Doctor Polaris strong for next issue's showdown with Baz and Cruz. That should be when things get a needed boost in excitement.

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9.5
Green Lanterns #22

May 3, 2017

Baz and Cruz don't need to stick around with the other Lanterns too long, but I'm thrilled Humphries is taking his time in letting this necessary story unfold. Especially with the developments teased on the last page. This is an easy recommendation for Lanterns fans and a nice jumping on point for readers who haven't been keeping up with the Lantern books.

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8.5
Green Lanterns #23

May 17, 2017

This is a pretty simple, but entertaining read full of some necessary character building moments for Baz and Cruz. They have learned much, but Humphries questions if they are fully Lanterns yet.

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9.0
Green Lanterns #24

Jun 7, 2017

This was a simple, fun little story arc. It wasn't a game-changer or affected the status quo, but it was a solid, breezy read and sometimes that's all we need.

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8.5
Green Lanterns #25

Jun 21, 2017

Green Lanterns has a solid arc to kick off its second year. Volthoom is another ring wearing villain, but the personal stakes and unpredictability factor with the cliffhanger should help make this a unique entry in the series.

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8.5
Green Lanterns #26

Jul 5, 2017

This wasn't a flash issue of Green Lanterns, but one that was invaluable in making sense of the larger story. Even with Baz and Cruz on the sidelines, this was a strong outing. With the menace explained, let's see how Baz and Cruz can deal with him.

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9.0
Green Lanterns #27

Jul 19, 2017

This issue was a lot of fun. It's great seeing these still relatively inexperienced lanterns getting pushed to their breaking point with no one to rely on but each other. I'm really enjoying how Humphries has gotten the title on track. Green Lanterns has quietly become a consistently good read the last couple of months. With Baz and Cruz's latest adventure, it doesn't look like that is going to slow down anytime soon.

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9.0
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #1

Jul 27, 2016

For those DC fans seeking a more familiar extension of the Green Lantern vs Sinestro conflict, Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps is 'your Green Lantern book.' If the first issue and its final page are any indication, this will be one of the consistently entertaining post Rebirth titles.

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9.0
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #2

Aug 10, 2016

While some Rebirth titles are nearing their fifth issue, Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps has quickly distinguished itself from the pack. This is one of the top titles in DC and a must for every DC fan.

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9.5
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #3

Aug 24, 2016

Innocents Lost is another exciting chapter in the Hal Jordan series. This is high level quality Green Lantern action and this title continues to be a Rebirth standout.

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9.5
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #4

Sep 14, 2016

This is one of the constant must-read books right now in DC. Each issue only further solidifies its place on the top tier of Rebirth reading options.

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9.5
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #5

Sep 28, 2016

This is one of the rare Rebirth titles that hasn't needed to connect with the rest of the DC Universe. There hasn't been a random Superman, Batman or Justice League appearance, but it doesn't matter. Hal Jordan and the GLC is a title satisfying on every level right now.

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9.0
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #6

Oct 12, 2016

Hal Jordan and the GLC hasn't dropped the ball since its kickoff and this issue was another reminder why it's one of the best of the Rebirth era.

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8.5
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #7

Oct 26, 2016

Rafa Sandoval's pencils are reliably consistent, but for such a major chapter in the title it would have been nice to have Ethan Van Sciver handling the art responsibilities. That's like complaining the $1,000 bill I found on the street wasn't crisp enough. The cliffhanger definitely makes the next issue intriguing. This has been a title that hasn't let up yet. I'm looking forward to seeing how the fallout of Sinestro's Law impacts everyone.

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10
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #8

Nov 9, 2016

The story is great, but Ethan Van Sciver's art puts it over the top. Van Sciver packs so much detail into each frame that it's like watching a movie. When Van Sciver joins Venditti, this is a title very hard not to place atop DC's Rebirth line. This was another terrific installment in a series that hasn't had a letdown.

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10
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #9

Nov 23, 2016

Venditti and Sandoval do it again taking this title to a spot in the Top 4 Best of DC's current offerings.

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8.5
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #10

Dec 14, 2016

What stands out most with the title is how Venditti keeps making the right choices. The Green Lantern universe is wide open and full of potential missteps, but Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps keeps shining thanks to his impeccable direction.

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9.7
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #11

Dec 28, 2016

Next issue looks to bring Bottled Light to its conclusion. This hasn't been a story arc with major ramifications to the overall Green Lantern mythos, but it's been a tremendous amount of fun. Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps hasn't had a bad issue and issue 11 was another winner for this always reliable read.

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10
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #12

Jan 11, 2017

Issue 12 capped off a tremendous first 12 issues of this run and with this creative team firmly in place, there's no reason to suspect it won't remain one of DC's brightest lights.

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7.5
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #13

Jan 25, 2017

This was a cool down issue in every regard. You can safely skip it and not miss anything of consequence. But for the hardcore readers, it's another enjoyable installment of one of DC's finest.

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10
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #14

Feb 8, 2017

Hal Jordan and the GLC continues to be one of DC's strongest titles and this new arc looks to stay right on target for one of Rebirth's surest bets.

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9.5
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #15

Feb 22, 2017

This wasn't a major, big event issue, but Venditti keeps delivering superior character work with a relatable, accessible format. And any issue Van Sciver draws is well worth grabbing. Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps continues to do anything but disappoint.

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9.0
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #16

Mar 8, 2017

This wasn't a groundbreaking issue this week, but easily recommended for Guy Gardner fans and those who want to see the Lanterns acting heroic without their hardware.

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10
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #17

Mar 22, 2017

With a big shift in the status quo, Venditti seems to have set up the next great adventure that could run through multiple arcs. There's no telling what's in store, but with this creative team, the results could be anything but disappointing.

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9.0
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #18

Apr 12, 2017

One of my favorite aspects of the title is how Venditti writes in a classic comic book style setting up subplots that will become pivotal story arcs down the road. Saint Walker goes off on a new quest while a new menace is discovered and the Lanterns get a surprise guest with news of their fate. There's always a sense of the next great adventure here and this issue definitely opens up a nice array of new possibilities.

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8.0
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #19

Apr 26, 2017

The first real test of the combined Corps doesn't look to be a minor obstacle. And surely Venditti has some more plans in store for Rip Hunter. This book never fails to entertain and I'm eagerly looking forward to its next issue.

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9.5
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #20

May 10, 2017

The issue's big twist was unexpected and I'm psyched about Venditti's plans for the new arrival specifically what that means for Hal. This continues to be one of my favorite Rebirth titles. It always makes good on its promise for outlandish space action and great character work. It's hard to ask for much more.

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7.0
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #21

May 24, 2017

In spite of the art problems, Venditti nicely advances the Green Lantern/Sinestro Corps alliance. The teams are starting to lose the initial apprehension of working together, but a shocking reveal could drive a wedge in the heart of this tenuous pairing. I'm anticipating that to play a big part in future issues. This wasn't the typical home run I've come to expect from the title, but it was enjoyable enough to warrant checking out.

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10
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #22

Jun 14, 2017

Wright isn't the only one. Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps continues to be a shining beacon of light and hope for lasting excellence in the Rebirth era.

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10
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #23

Jun 28, 2017

At this point, I'd put Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps against any Rebirth title. It's that good and undoubtedly one of my easiest recommendations all month.

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10
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #24

Jul 12, 2017

There's few books I'm looking forward to more this month than Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #25. Venditti and Van Sciver have built up to something that could be really special with this penultimate issue for the milestone taking the emotions and conflict to the next level.

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7.5
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps: Rebirth #1

Jul 13, 2016

Despite the main characters shtick being based in will, Hal Jordan and The Green Lantern Corps Rebirth left me hopeful for this next chapter in the GL universe.

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7.5
He-Man / Thunder Cats #1

Oct 5, 2016

I'm looking forward to the next issue much more than any recent Masters of the Universe issue. Hopefully the series can make good on its potential and keep delivering on this crossover.

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8.5
He-Man / Thunder Cats #2

Nov 16, 2016

It's He-Man along against the villains of two worlds. An interesting turn of events looks to provide an alternative take on that format with the arrival of the ThunderCats. This is an easy recommendation for fans of both series and even those who just enjoy some big time super-powered heroics in the fantasy realm.

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8.5
He-Man / Thunder Cats #3

Dec 21, 2016

He-Man/ThunderCats remains a wholly satisfying, fan-pleasing experience. This is becoming a book I'm eagerly anticipating each new issue. So far it hasn't let me down. This crossover just might have the power.

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8.5
Hellblazer (2016) #1

Aug 24, 2016

I'm looking forward to seeing where Oliver takes the title. Hellblazer has tremendous potential and it could be a big sleeper hit for DC.

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7.5
Hellblazer: Rebirth #1

Jul 20, 2016

Hellblazer might not be the weeks biggest surprise or must-read title in the Rebirth banner. Its solidly entertaining and fills a very specific character void thatd been missing in DC Comics.

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9.0
Injustice 2 #1

May 3, 2017

The cover is big time misleading as there isn't some big stand off with the heroes united. That might be on the horizon, but the final page suggests some interesting steps along the journey.

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10
Injustice 2 #2

May 17, 2017

I'd heard all the buzz about the first installment of Injustice and this sequel is certainly living up to the hype. DC couldn't ask for a better tie-in effort to not just make people want to buy the game, but also grab the previous Injustice collection.

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9.5
Injustice 2 #4

Jun 21, 2017

This was essentially a bridge issue until the next leg of the series, but thanks to a pair of exceptional character moments, this was an enjoyable read.

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9.0
Injustice 2 #6

Jul 19, 2017

This wasn't a major issue in the ongoing story. It made for an entertaining read. With the ominous warning of the major consequences to come for those who oppose Superman, things are only going to heat up.

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7.0
Justice League (2016) #1

Jul 20, 2016

In a largely set up issue, not a whole lot happens here. Hopefully Hitch will progress the story further now the first salvo of the adversary has been launched.

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7.5
Justice League (2016) #2

Aug 3, 2016

Justice League isn't back at top dog status yet, but it's improving. And that's definitely an encouraging sign.

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7.5
Justice League (2016) #3

Aug 17, 2016

The issue ends on a promising note that finally seems to be steering the story to a more focused action direction. Up to this point the League has just been randomly fighting The Kindred's minions. While it's fun watching the League cut loose, getting to the purpose of the fighting will make for a better read.

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6.0
Justice League (2016) #4

Sep 7, 2016

At this point it's the artwork that's driving the story. This hasn't been an engaging story from the start and Hitch has done little to turn the tide. DC's premier team book remains one of the weakest in the Rebirth era.

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4.0
Justice League (2016) #5

Sep 21, 2016

Justice League's first big arc is over and it wrapped in the same consistently disappointing fashion as the previous entries. Hopefully, Hitch can rebound with the next arc.

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5.0
Justice League (2016) #6

Oct 5, 2016

DC really needs the Justice League of America title to connect as this Justice League continues to flounder. There's just nothing truly compelling to encourage readers to stick with the title at this point. Justice League is never actively terrible, but to some extent, it's worse because it's fails to warrant much emotion at all.

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7.0
Justice League (2016) #8

Nov 1, 2016

The highlight this issue is the incredibly clean and detailed style of fill-in artist Neil Edwards. With a similar yet splashier style than Fernando Pasarin, Edwards' art is impressive. Whether the slow paced moments or the more action-driven sequences, Edwards proves up to the challenge. Regardless if the Outbreak arc marks the start of a Justice League turnaround for the beleaguered title at least it will look great.

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8.0
Justice League (2016) #9

Nov 16, 2016

Justice League has been a title that's constantly struggled since Rebirth. Outbreak won't fix all the problems, but this was another solid issue for a book that needed some positive momentum.

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6.0
Justice League (2016) #10

Dec 7, 2016

All around this was a rough week for Justice League. Next issue looks to be a big time slugfest with little need for dialogue heavy sessions. Hopefully that can turn things around for this beleaguered title.

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8.3
Justice League (2016) #11

Dec 21, 2016

Outbreak ends on an abrupt note, likely to allow for the Justice League vs. Suicide Squad tie-in. Justice League has a way to go to reach the Rebirth upper echelon, but this issue was a fun little slugfest and there's nothing wrong with that at all.

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7.5
Justice League (2016) #12

Jan 4, 2017

I get why this issue came out after the crossover kickoff, but it probably would have made for a better standalone if it occurred earlier. This is one of those tie-ins that's OK for background info and filling in some of the gaps, but the overall enjoyment of the crossover won't be impacted whatsoever with skipping this issue.

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8.5
Justice League (2016) #13

Jan 18, 2017

This might not be an essential reading for the JL vs Suicide Squad crossover, but Seeley and Eaton offer a solid companion piece worth reading.

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8.5
Justice League (2016) #14

Feb 1, 2017

For latecomers and those who quickly jumped shipped after the early going nowhere issues, this was a promising soft reset of this lineup. This was the first issue that left me optimistic that Hitch has got Justice League figured out.

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7.5
Justice League (2016) #15

Feb 15, 2017

Hitch making wholesale changes to his storytelling format at this point seems unlikely. Justice League is going to solely be worth grabbing now for the art. Pasarin delivers in that regard, but Justice League remains one of the bigger disappointments of DC Rebirth.

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8.5
Justice League (2016) #16

Mar 1, 2017

I'm cautiously getting more and more optimistic with the future of this title. For the first time since this run started I'm really looking forward to what's in store next issue. Hopefully the creative team can keep the momentum up.

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9.5
Justice League (2016) #17

Mar 15, 2017

Hitch fully captured the sense of urgency and race against the clock feel. This looks and reads like a whole different title from the one that kicked off in Rebirth. Maybe Hitch feels challenged from the Justice League of America title? Either way, the readers are benefiting from this significant enhancement of quality. Through this Timeless arc, Justice League is finally starting to feel like a prominent A-list title again.

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7.0
Justice League (2016) #18

Apr 5, 2017

While this issue largely felt like it was running in place, the plot looks to finally be advancing. Coupled with Pasarin's fantastic art that's enough reason to still be invested in this arc " for now.

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5.0
Justice League (2016) #19

Apr 19, 2017

This arc had a lot of promise, but Hitch isn't developed enough as a storyteller to deliver on these epic set-ups. As we're approaching the two-year mark with the title, Hitch has failed to create compelling and engaging stories featuring the world's greatest heroes. It's time for DC to start considering moving in a different direction with its flagship title.

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7.0
Justice League (2016) #20

May 3, 2017

Hitch tends to start these arcs strong and falters with each subsequent issue. So in a way his run is symbolic of the Groundhog Day theme. Hopefully this is the storyline that breaks that trend.

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9.0
Justice League (2016) #21

May 17, 2017

There's been some glimpses of Hitch starting to figure it out. Endless definitely gave me reason to be optimistic for the book's future. Even if you have been skipping this book, this was one worth checking out.

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7.5
Justice League (2016) #22

Jun 7, 2017

These shorter stories may not be groundbreaking epic arcs, but they're finally establishing a solid team dynamic. And they're definitely helping to make Justice League a more enjoyable title.

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9.0
Justice League (2016) #24

Jul 5, 2017

For a fill-in issue, this was a strong read and essential reading for Aquaman readers.

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10
Justice League / Power Rangers #1

Jan 11, 2017

This issue was a real unexpected treat. The writing was right on point and the art was a terrific fit. While I might have originally been skeptical of the concept, I'm fully won over and can't wait to watch this mini-series play out.

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9.7
Justice League / Power Rangers #2

Feb 8, 2017

Fans of either team should be all over this crossover. It's meeting expectations and delivering a high-quality team-up of two of pop culture's biggest groups. And for fans of both, this is the team-up you never knew you needed to see until reading this crossover.

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8.0
Justice League of America (2017) #1

Feb 22, 2017

Justice League isn't fully fleshed out yet. Orlando is still working on nailing the characters' voices, but this is an encouraging start. With The Extremists in town, this initial arc certainly won't be boring.

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5.0
Justice League of America (2017) #2

Mar 8, 2017

Justice League of America #2 brings all the existing problems with the title to the forefront in Reis' absence. Orlando needs to more firmly establish this team and their purpose. Until then, this isn't a team book worthy of the name Justice League.

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5.0
Justice League of America (2017) #3

Mar 29, 2017

Justice League is missing something to make it click. Right now it's floundering and just getting by on its name and hope the creative team can turn things around. At this point that optimism is seeming completely unfounded.

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8.0
Justice League of America (2017) #4

Apr 12, 2017

Wrapping up the first arc in four issues was a good sign that Orlando won't draw out stories. While this first one never fully connected and his take on Batman remains off, there's potential here with this title. Especially if Reis sticks around to illustrate it.

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4.0
Justice League of America (2017) #5

Apr 26, 2017

The final page is the least inspiring as it seems the least useful method for the League to battle an army. It's hardly the strongest cliffhanger and almost seems like the perfect jumping-off point for readers tired of waiting for this book to get better.

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6.5
Justice League of America (2017) #6

May 10, 2017

While the first half of the issue was weak, I'm cautiously optimistic Orlando and MacDonald are getting a better handle on this team and the best stories to tell with them. There really is potential here and now it's time for them to start doing something with it.

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9.0
Justice League of America (2017) #7

May 24, 2017

I don't even have to grade this one a curve. This was the best issue of this title by far. If the characters, not the action, become more of the focus like this issue Justice League of America could quickly become one of DC's best team books.

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5.0
Justice League of America (2017) #8

Jun 14, 2017

For now, it's still a book largely getting readers due to its title, not so much the quality of the story and art within.

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7.0
Justice League of America (2017) #9

Jun 28, 2017

The growing pains for Justice League of America continue to be tough. Orlando seems on the verge of stringing along a good run on the book, but it remains just out of grasp. This issue was another step in the right direction though there's still many miles left to go before this book reaches must-read status.

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8.5
Justice League of America: Killer Frost Rebirth #1

Jan 25, 2017

Killer Frost was the biggest question mark on the JLA team for me, but this issue goes a long way in proving she will be one of the more unpredictable and interesting members of the new team. Mission accomplished for this one-shot.

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8.0
Justice League of America: Rebirth #1

Feb 8, 2017

The team building was shaky and the motives are questionable, but there's a lot of potential here. And with Reis' art, Justice League of America will be one of DC's best looking titles. Not the worst foundation.

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9.0
Justice League of America: The Atom Rebirth #1

Jan 4, 2017

The issue smoothly ties in to DC Rebirth and definitely accomplishes its mission of stoking interest in seeing more of the new Atom in the Justice League of America.

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6.0
Justice League of America: The Ray Rebirth #1

Jan 18, 2017

With a new TV series on CW Seed and a prominent spot on Justice League, The Ray's stock is on the rise. This issue didn't do a lot to cast him as an enjoyable character, but I'm hopeful he'll fare better in his regular role on Justice League.

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9.5
Justice League of America: Vixen Rebirth #1

Jan 11, 2017

I wasn't all that excited about these standalones, but they've done a fantastic job of building interest in the new team. Hopefully that momentum continues into the new Justice League book.

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9.8
Justice League vs. Suicide Squad #1

Dec 21, 2016

My expectations for this book was high. Suicide Squad has been one of Rebirth's most consistently enjoyable reads, Williamson is a writer on the rise and Fabok is a legit artist superstar. Add in the Justice League and this crossover is delivering exactly what I was hoping. There's a slew of quality DC releases this week, but if you can only get one it absolutely has to be Justice League vs. Suicide Squad.

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8.5
Justice League vs. Suicide Squad #2

Dec 28, 2016

The issue ends on a pretty surprising note. One that takes this crossover to a whole new level. So far this crossover is delivering the goods despite the musical chairs art.

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8.5
Justice League vs. Suicide Squad #3

Jan 4, 2017

While the transition to the real enemy could have been handled smoother, the team-up against Lord's team should deliver big time on the action front. This issue started to show some cracks in the crossover, but hopefully Williamson can rebound for issue #4.

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10
Justice League vs. Suicide Squad #4

Jan 11, 2016

Williamson ends the book on another crazy cliffhanger that promises to pose the ultimate threat to one team. Issue 4 was exactly where this crossover needed to go at this point and fully delivered. Bring on the next chapter.

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9.0
Justice League vs. Suicide Squad #5

Jan 18, 2017

As far as big crossovers go, this hasn't disappointed yet. One more issue to go and the story hasn't let up yet. With the main villain revealed it should lead to an epic final confrontation.

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7.0
Justice League vs. Suicide Squad #6

Jan 25, 2017

There were some good moments in this crossover, but it was definitely hindered by the Justice League America focus. Hopefully that title delivers otherwise all the effort spent on Justice League vs. Suicide Squad would have been completely squandered.

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6.0
Justice League: Rebirth #1

Jul 6, 2016

Hitch's widescreen cinematic art style remains impressive as always. The plot is strictly serviceable, but the artwork gives it a greater sense of importance. When the title gets underway Tony Daniel will be assuming regular art chores while Hitch focuses on writing. Gut reaction based off this first issue? Swapping the roles would probably result in a better Justice League. Hitch is still finding his voice as a writer and this high profile of an assignment is an interesting choice by the DC higher ups. Hopefully Hitch will prove worthy of the faith entrusted in him.

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7.0
Kill the Minotaur #2

Jul 19, 2017

Kill the Minotaur #2 offers thrills for more than just mythology buffs. If the writers can begin the redemption or likability factor of its main character, this is going to be an even better read.

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8.5
Lazarus: X+66 #1

Jul 19, 2017

This opening issue is largely set up. Depending on how the rest of the series goes, this story could have progressed further. Solomon and Cervantes journey to becoming Daggers has just begun. While potential obstacles werent fully explored, Im curious to see whats in store next issue.

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7.0
Mage: The Hero Denied #0

Jul 12, 2017

Brennan Wagner's colors seemed a little washed out, which in this instance gave the issue more of a classic 80s-90s vibe. The Hero Denied concludes the Mage trilogy and while we didn't get a lot of insight based on this preview, the final act should be a lot of fun.

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10
New Superman #1

Jul 13, 2016

There's a welcome newness here that left me wanting to know more about everything. From the rise of the American-style super villains, China's efforts to increase its superhero population and how Super-Man fits into the equation. This was a book I had little interest in when it was announced, but will now be one I'm eagerly anticipating the next issue each month.

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8.0
New Superman #2

Aug 10, 2016

Super-Man doesnt do a lot this issue besides getting humbled by his teammates. This probably wont be a title with a lot of major developments, but either way New Super-Man is proving to be a very entertaining new entry to DCs ranks.

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9.0
New Superman #3

Sep 14, 2016

New Super-Man is one of those new Rebirth titles I wish were bi-weekly. Waiting a full month for the next installment seems way too long. But if it continues at this quality, it'll always be worth the wait.

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8.5
New Superman #4

Oct 12, 2016

Events in this issue only further the Invincible comparison, but for a new DC title, that's hardly a bad thing. There's a few monthly titles I wish were on a bi-weekly schedule for the next hit faster and New Super-Man definitely earns a spot on that list. It'll be a long 30 days, but there's little doubt the creative team won't make it work the wait.

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8.5
New Superman #5

Nov 9, 2016

Yang is well on his way to crafting DC's best kept secret with New Super-Man. This issue was another winner and doesn't seem to offer any signs of a letdown yet.

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6.0
Nightwing (2016) #1

Jul 27, 2016

Javier Fernandez' art style is a good fit for the title. His characters' faces are a little weak and slightly cartoonish. On the major plus side, Fernandez's art is reminiscent of longtime Nightwing artist Scott McDaniel, which adds to the throwback feel. Hopefully writer Tim Seeley has some tricks for the series as this first issue lacked that extra oomph to warrant the change in direction.

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7.5
Nightwing (2016) #2

Aug 3, 2016

Javiar Fernandezs artwork is best when Nightwing is in action. He captures the fluid, daredevil style of Nightwing very well. The dialogue heavy moments remain a challenge, but there was a lot to like on the art front this issue.

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8.5
Nightwing (2016) #3

Aug 17, 2016

Nightwing is delivering exactly what I want out of the title.

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8.0
Nightwing (2016) #4

Sep 7, 2016

This was a solid conclusion to the Better than Batman arc. Nightwing might not be an elite level Rebirth title, but it's consistency issue after issue makes it an easily recommended book.

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6.0
Nightwing (2016) #5

Sep 21, 2016

Two issues in and Night of the Monster Men hasn't quite grabbed my interest yet. It's not bad, but it's not at the must-read status we've come to expect from the Bat titles since Rebirth started.

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8.5
Nightwing (2016) #7

Oct 19, 2016

After a Batman family crossover, it was refreshing to find the spotlight solely on Nightwing again. Seeley and Fernandez continue to consistently deliver on this title. If it's not quite at the A+ level of Batman and Detective Comics, it remains a steady and very enjoyable read.

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8.0
Nightwing (2016) #8

Nov 1, 2016

While Rise of Raptor didn't have the smoothest of landings, it showed Nightwing is a definite player in the DC Rebirth line. I'm looking forward to seeing where Seeley takes the title next.

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7.5
Nightwing (2016) #9

Nov 16, 2016

After the Better Than Batman arc, Seeley needed a cool down issue before establishing Nightwing's next big challenge. This was an easy read that further solidified Nightwing's status in any DC Universe.

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8.5
Nightwing (2016) #10

Dec 7, 2016

Seeley isn't reinventing anything here with Nightwing, but getting the character back to his old stomping grounds bodes well for the future direction of the title.

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8.0
Nightwing (2016) #11

Dec 21, 2016

While the artwork could be tighter, this was another solid issue for Nightwing's back to basics approach. There's some exciting potential with this title and it'll be fun seeing where Seeley continues to take it.

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7.0
Nightwing (2016) #12

Jan 4, 2017

Hopefully, Seeley can get the book back on track. Bludhaven is the ideal stomping ground for Nightwing, but it's a city best explored with Nightwing on his own.

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7.5
Nightwing (2016) #13

Jan 18, 2017

This Bludhaven arc hasn't been as good as previous installments, but Nightwing remains a reliable read under Seeley's guidance.

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7.5
Nightwing (2016) #14

Feb 1, 2017

In the end, this arc was decent, but never really reached that next level. That's a credit to the stellar job Seeley has done on the title. The next arc already looks promising with the reveal of Nightwing's surprising next adversary ready to reclaim his turf.

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10
Nightwing (2016) #15

Feb 15, 2017

This was my favorite issue of the new Nightwing. Hopefully, Seeley's cliffhanger tease doesn't ruin all the good will this issue earned. It deserves more than a clich payoff.

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9.8
Nightwing (2016) #16

Mar 1, 2017

Nightwing is starting to close in on some of the top level DC books. It's rolling and with a new Batman & Robin story, terrific characterization and on electric art, it's just getting started.

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8.5
Nightwing (2016) #17

Mar 15, 2017

Nightwing Must Die has delivered the goods so far and this was another winner.

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8.0
Nightwing (2016) #18

Apr 5, 2017

Just as it seemed the Nightwing Must Die arc was winding down, Seeley sends a major curve ball with the shocking reappearance of another acclaimed addition to the Batman Rogues. This arrival is pretty exciting and I'm really looking forward to seeing where Seeley takes this arc next.

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7.0
Nightwing (2016) #20

May 3, 2017

Seeley understands the importance of going out on a high note however as the arc has some nice payoffs to both subplots. At least one will continue to be a significant aspect of the title. And hopefully it's not too long before we see Nightwing and Robin teaming up again.

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9.5
Nightwing (2016) #21

May 17, 2017

This wasn't the biggest must-read issue this week, but the strong character work and above average artwork make this an easy recommendation for both Nightwing and Flash fans.

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8.5
Nightwing (2016) #22

Jun 7, 2017

Re-establishing Blockbuster in the series, particularly one that has a different agenda, should make for an engaging arc. I'm interested in seeing where Seeley is going to take this story as it's got a lot of potential.

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9.5
Nightwing (2016) #23

Jun 21, 2017

The cliffhanger finds Nightwing in a very tight spot, which sets up for what should be a thrilling next issue. Nightwing is operating at a high level right now.

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9.0
Nightwing (2016) #24

Jul 5, 2017

There's not a ton of plot this issue, but a fun excuse to watch Nightwing unleashed. The cliffhanger isn't as exciting as Seeley hoped, but with a story this good, there was little chance I was going to miss the next issue anyway.

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9.0
Nightwing (2016) #25

Jul 19, 2017

Nightwing remains one of the top tier Batman spin-off books. Seeley has shown a willingness to keep trying new things with the direction of the title. It helps keep the book from ever feeling stagnant. And with a character like Nightwing that's a winning formula.

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8.0
Nightwing: Rebirth #1

Jul 13, 2016

Like Grayson, the opponents probably won't be as important as the personal dynamics. Nightwing is just one of those characters who thrives regardless of the situation. I'm looking forward to see where this new adventure takes him. This is a great jumping on point for Grayson readers unsure of the new direction. For longtime Nightwing fans, their hero is back in his classic identity ready to resume his mission.

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8.0
Red Hood and the Outlaws (2016) #2

Sep 14, 2016

While Red Hood and the Outlaws hasn't gotten the team together it's been an entertaining ride so far. Hopefully the book maintains its consistency when Bizarro debuts next issue.

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8.0
Red Hood and the Outlaws (2016) #3

Oct 12, 2016

This is not a quick moving title, but the events are progressing at a reasonable pace considering the characters involved. It helps that Lobdell has a cast that's not involved in other pockets of the DCU and he can take the time to develop the team's origin. I'm enjoying this one a lot for its patience. There will be plenty of time for the action, but the team formation can only be done once. Better to get it done properly this time.

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8.0
Red Hood and the Outlaws (2016) #5

Dec 14, 2016

Five issues in and while I've enjoyed the build-up, it's time to advance the story. If for no other reason than I'm ready to see what Lobdell has in store for the assembled team when the threats go beyond Black Mask.

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7.5
Red Hood and the Outlaws (2016) #9

Apr 12, 2017

This wasn't the most riveting installment, but it sets the stage for the three Outlaws to confront some major internal obstacles. Apart they may not succeed, but the fun in the Outlaws is seeing how long it takes them to learn how to fully come together.

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8.0
Red Hood and the Outlaws: Rebirth #1

Jul 27, 2016

Dexter Soys artwork is an interesting anime meets noir style. Thats further aided by colorist Veronica Gandini limiting the Jason flashbacks to grey and reds. Its hard to gauge how this title will be, but the foundation is set for what could be a pleasant Rebirth surprise.

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10
Regression #3

Jul 12, 2017

Bunn and Luckert are weaving a compelling read. For those that like unsettling mysteries, it's not too late to go back and get in to Regression. There's a great story that's just started to unfold.

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8.0
Secret Empire #0

May 9, 2017

Daniel Acunas art further helps the story. His paint like style is so unique and makes for such an atypical visual presentation. Hopefully Acuna will be one of the recurring artists in Secret Empire going forward.

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6.0
Secret Empire #1

May 9, 2017

Like a lot of Marvel events the story will unfold in various tie-ins, but the pacing of this issue suggests the main book is going to have a very slow burn. That doesnt make for the most compelling argument not to just wait on the trade or at least for a few more issues to get a more complete story.

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8.5
Suicide Squad (2016) #1

Aug 17, 2016

Regardless of the artist, Suicide Squad is quickly establishing itself as one of the superior team books in the DC Rebirth era.

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9.0
Suicide Squad (2016) #2

Sep 14, 2016

This has been a title that's certainly hit the ground running. It reads exactly like DC's Dirty Dozen by way of Expendables as intended. And so far it's been immensely entertaining.

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8.0
Suicide Squad (2016) #3

Sep 28, 2016

The partial storytelling format is beginning to affect the title's pacing. Once the title gets artistic stability it will be one of Rebirth's better reads. Until then, it's just going to be a great tease of its future potential.

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7.0
Suicide Squad (2016) #4

Oct 12, 2016

Despite the problems with the storytelling format, Suicide Squad has always looked good. Through all three stages of the visual presentation, the main story disappoints. One of the selling points for this title is Lee's artwork. And when he delivers, it more than holds up to his end of the bargain. But even beyond the various inkers, the artwork largely looks Lee mailed it in.

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8.5
Suicide Squad (2016) #5

Oct 26, 2016

Suicide Squad's format always prevents it from reaching its full potential, but this issue utilized it well. The cliffhanger certainly makes the next issue interesting. If Williams and Lee can maintain this consistency, Suicide Squad will continue to deliver albeit in smaller doses.

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8.5
Suicide Squad (2016) #6

Nov 16, 2016

Suicide Squad #6 packs two strong stories into one issue this week. Ideally, the main story would stretch out a full issue, but Williams has a better grasp on fitting cliffhangers to keep readers on edge. Despite the wonky format, this was another quality outing for the Squad.

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9.5
Suicide Squad (2016) #8

Dec 14, 2016

Suicide Squad is one of those titles you know what you're getting every issue "some over the top action, some laughs and the oddest collection of characters in the DCU. There's a reason Suicide Squad is one of DC's easiest reads on stands.

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9.5
Suicide Squad (2016) #9

Jan 11, 2017

This was a better than average tie-in and one that does a great job of showcasing why Waller is one of the most dangerous figures in the DC Universe.

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8.5
Suicide Squad (2016) #10

Jan 25, 2017

This was a nice conclusion to the crossover with a more personal angle that finished tying up a pivotal loose end. If you didn't invest in the crossover you can skip this one, but well worth a read for those interested in every side story from the big event.

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8.0
Suicide Squad (2016) #11

Feb 8, 2017

This is a new look for the Suicide Squad, but it remains an unpredictable and exciting read. With some big cliffhangers in both stories, I'm looking forward to what Williams has in store next.

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5.0
Suicide Squad (2016) #12

Feb 22, 2017

Suicide Squad has been an enjoyable read for DC. Hopefully, this was just a bad day at the office and it rebounds next issue.

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8.5
Suicide Squad (2016) #13

Mar 8, 2017

While the art isn't at the quality as it was during Jim Lee's run, Suicide Squad is making up with a killer, unpredictable storyline. I've got no idea what's going to happen next issue and I'm loving it.

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8.0
Suicide Squad (2016) #14

Mar 22, 2017

This issue's big payoff is one readers probably saw coming, but Williams effectively baits the hook to get them eagerly anticipating next issue.

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8.0
Suicide Squad (2016) #15

Apr 12, 2017

Suicide Squad #15 made great use of the title's format to deliver a strong conclusion to Burning Down the House.

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9.5
Suicide Squad (2016) #16

Apr 26, 2017

This was a fantastic kickoff and a great jumping on point for readers. And that final page definitely shows the Squad is in for some major changes.

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8.0
Suicide Squad (2016) #17

May 10, 2017

Suicide Squad continues to be a consistent read. This wasn't the sheer pleasure of last issue, but it was engaging enough. The last page suggests Waller doesn't have nearly as much control over the Squad as she'd like, which is going to cause major problems sooner than later. As much fun as the spy games are, it's even more entertaining when Waller can't see all the angles and things go haywire.

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8.5
Suicide Squad (2016) #18

May 24, 2017

There's not a whole lot to this issue in terms of significant advancement to the story, but Williams never makes the Squad facing impossible odds a dull read.

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8.5
Suicide Squad (2016) #19

Jun 14, 2017

Fortunately Williams has the formula down for strong Suicide Squad outings. This one is no different and definitely sets up a significant change to the status quo going forward.

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9.5
Suicide Squad (2016) #20

Jun 28, 2017

The leadership choice has me worried Suicide Squad is about to become a little too much like the movie. That's a problem for another time though. For now, issue #20 was an exceptional slice of life look at the Suicide Squad.

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4.0
Suicide Squad (2016) #21

Jul 12, 2017

All around, this was a rough issue for Suicide Squad. I'm not optimistic about the future of this title with this new status quo. Maybe Williams can make this work, but for now my expectations for this book have decidedly diminished.

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7.5
Suicide Squad Most Wanted: El Diablo #1

Aug 10, 2016

For a quickie loose movie-tie in, Suicide Squads Most Wanted was a surprisingly enjoyable read. With an easily accessible format and flexibility to focus on various members, this could be a title worth adding to your pull list.

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9.0
Suicide Squad: Rebirth #1

Aug 3, 2016

Suicide Squad is getting a heavy marketing push with the movie and a slew of toy/collectible lines. What previously was a niche title is now one of DCs most important books. This Rebirth kickoff was an impressive debut. If the series stays on this path, DC has another big hit on its hands.

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8.0
Suicide Squad: War Crimes Special #1

Aug 31, 2016

Its just one special, but War Crimes is classic Suicide Squad greatness penned by the master. Longtime Squad fans wont miss it and new fans should find it equally enjoyable.

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10
Super Sons #1

Feb 15, 2017

For fans eager for Super Sons to arrive, rest assured it was worth the wait. Unlike some Rebirth titles, there's no learning curve required. Super Sons is a fully-formed prodigy right from the start.

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8.5
Super Sons #2

Mar 15, 2017

Even with the slightly darker subject matter with Kid Amazo, Super Sons #2 was a strong and frequently funny follow-up to the first issue.

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9.5
Super Sons #3

Apr 19, 2017

The only odd part of the story is the darker tone of the Kid Amazo subplot. Kids may kill their parents and vice versa in the real world, but it seems such a heavy subject matter for characters this fun. Heavy tone aside, nothing can ruin the fun of Superboy and Robin squabbling along to solve a mystery. If you're not reading Super Sons yet, it's definitely time to add it to your monthly reading list.

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9.5
Super Sons #4

May 17, 2017

Super Sons continues to be one of my favorite reads each month and it hasn't failed to deliver yet.

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6.0
Super Sons #5

Jun 21, 2017

If you're on a budget or trying to keep your weekly expenses down, this is an issue you can skip without missing much.

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10
Super Sons #6

Jul 19, 2017

Tomasi brings out an underutilized DC villain to be this arc's obstacle. With the final page surprise and a winking nod to a recent acclaimed comic book movie, this looks like it's going to be another really fun arc.

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6.5
Supergirl (2016) #1

Sep 7, 2016

Supergirl is another Rebirth title that has potential, but the art style and TV influence might limit it to a niche readership.

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7.5
Supergirl (2016) #8

Apr 12, 2017

Superman might be the main guest attraction this issue, but he's not the only hero making an appearance. Batgirl is keeping a watchful eye on Supergirl, which leads to next issue's Batgirl vs. Supergirl. If it was as entertaining as this issue, Supergirl might see an uptick in readership.

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6.5
Supergirl: Rebirth #1

Aug 17, 2016

One of the big goals of the Rebirth standalone issues is to whet readers' appetites for the ongoing series. Supergirl wasn't bad, but it's not remarkable either. DC has a lot of strong options post Rebirth. Supergirl Rebirth doesnt do enough to make it a must-add on a monthly pull list.

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8.5
Superman (2016) #1

Jul 20, 2016

By the conclusion of the issue, the focus of the initial story arc appears ready to come to fruition. Animal hijinks aside, Tomasi and Gleeson are getting their run on the title off to a super start.

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9.5
Superman (2016) #2

Jul 6, 2016

The issue ends with the return of a familiar face to longtime Superman fans. Tomasi's challenge will be to find some fresh approach to a Superman foe that largely has only been good one time as an antagonist. But given how the series has progressed thus far, it should be outstanding.

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6.5
Superman (2016) #4

Aug 3, 2016

Superman has been a steady post-Rebirth read. Hopefully this was just an off issue and the next one returns to form.

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7.0
Superman (2016) #5

Aug 18, 2016

While the action has been solid I'm looking forward to the title focusing more on Superman and family. That's truly where this title is at its best.

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9.0
Superman (2016) #6

Sep 7, 2016

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10
Superman (2016) #7

Sep 21, 2016

News headlines, a heated political season and terrorist scares make the real world a difficult place to endure sometimes. Superman #7 can't fix the world's woes, but it sure did make it a lot more enjoyable for just the briefest of moments. This is easily my must-read recommendation of the week if not the month.

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9.0
Superman (2016) #8

Oct 5, 2016

There's a nice tease at the issue's conclusion suggesting a possible flashback/team-up with a beloved pre-Crisis old school DC team. Superman just keeps on delivering and this throwback Silver Age issue only solidified its status as one of DC's preeminent titles.

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9.0
Superman (2016) #9

Oct 19, 2016

I'm not going to say the thought of this creative team tackling a Superman/Superboy and Batman/Robin team-up didn't have me giddy. That's assumed at this point. If you're not reading Superman yet, you need to ASAP. And if you are, you need to tell a friend.

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9.5
Superman (2016) #10

Nov 1, 2016

Superman continues to be a book that perfectly embodies DC's newfound winning take on their characters. If you're on a limited budget this week, Superman #10 has to be the one you pick up. It continues to be a blast and this story arc looks to be one of the best of the Tomasi/Gleeson run yet.

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9.5
Superman (2016) #11

Nov 16, 2016

Once again, Superman is a title that dares readers not to enjoy it. This was a fun visit from Batman and Damian that could hopefully lead to more mentor/sidekick team-ups like Flash and Kid Flash. If you like superhero comics and aren't getting Superman you're cheating yourself at this point.

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9.5
Superman (2016) #12

Dec 7, 2016

Superman kicks off its new arc, Super Monster, and there's no reason to suspect this won't be another fun read from a creative team on the top of their game.

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9.0
Superman (2016) #13

Dec 21, 2016

There's been a ton of great stories so far under this creative team and this was a yet another surprisingly touching and entertaining look at the life of the world's greatest hero. If Superman isn't part of your must-read list by now, you're missing out on one of DC's best.

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8.0
Superman (2016) #15

Jan 18, 2017

Even though this issue fails to meet the high standards of the series, there's some fun ideas here. Gleeson and Tomasi occasionally are too ambitious, but I'd much rather them overshoot than continually play it safe with Superman.

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8.0
Superman (2016) #16

Feb 1, 2017

This book has been such a winner this quick arc with such roller coaster art is a mild disappointment. But even on that level, Superman constantly pushes the levels and resets expectations of what to expect in a Superman title.

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7.0
Superman (2016) #17

Feb 15, 2017

This was the kind of issue best suited for reading in a trade. It's weird and a fun twist from a normal Superman issue, but it seems unlikely to be important anytime soon. If you're on a budget, this is one that's fine to skip especially on a week with a much more entertaining Jon story.

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10
Superman (2016) #18

Mar 1, 2017

The biggest gripe with this issue? It's just the kickoff to Superman Reborn. Fortunately we only have to wait a week for the next chapter in Action Comics 975. And still seven days is going to seem way too long.

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9.5
Superman (2016) #19

Mar 15, 2017

Tomasi and Gleeson end the issue on another crazy cliffhanger. I've given up trying to predict what happens next. It's so much more fun to sit back and enjoy this creatively inspired ride.

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9.5
Superman (2016) #20

Apr 5, 2017

Even as the first issue of a new arc, this didn't read like a set-up issue. Gleason and Tomasi make simple character interaction highly engaging. Black Dawn might go to some darker places next issue, but this was a fun " and funny " read with two of DC's most unusual families.

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10
Superman (2016) #21

Apr 19, 2017

The interesting reveal of the Black Dawn adversaries should make for an exciting next issue. But as always if you can only pick up a few titles this week, Superman needs to be on that list.

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9.5
Superman (2016) #22

May 3, 2017

Black Dawn is definitely going to send the Kent Family racing off to Metropolis. Gleason and Tomasi have set the stage for the departure nicely. Despite the help of Lois, Batman and the Super Sons, it's fitting that this arc is going to wind down with Superman on his own.

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10
Superman (2016) #23

May 17, 2017

With the adversary's reveal I'm even more excited than usual for next issue. This series continues to set and exceed new boundaries.

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9.5
Superman (2016) #24

Jun 7, 2017

With Black raising the stakes, Superman decides to call in some backup, but can even his allies withstand Black's army? Black Dawn has made for another terrific read for a comic that just won't let up. I'm all set for next issue's big finale.

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9.0
Superman (2016) #25

Jun 21, 2017

With the Kents relocating out of Hamilton County, I'm curious how the move to the big city will play out for one of my favorite Rebirth titles. For now, this was a fitting end to this journey of Superman and family.

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8.5
Superman (2016) #26

Jul 5, 2017

Scott Godlewski's art is decent though his faces all around are a little rough. Godlewski has a good eye for layouts with dynamic panel arrangements that help tell the story. Hi-Fi's colors are more washed out than usual. Considering the book's normal art from Doug Mahnke and Patrick Gleason, the art is a bit of a letdown. Fortunately the story makes up for it to make this a worthwhile pick-up for regular Superman readers.

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7.5
Superman (2016) #27

Jul 19, 2017

After Black Dawn, the Superman family could use a break. This issue wasn't the most exciting entry in this run, but the family dynamic kept it interesting. Hopefully, Gleason and Tomasi have a little more in store than an extended trip through history with this arc.

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8.5
Superman (2016) Annual #1

Nov 30, 2016

While Jon and Lois took a backseat, this annual was a nice bonus for fans ready for their next Superman fix.

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6.5
Superwoman #1

Aug 10, 2016

Even if the writing never reaches the next level Superwoman might be one of those titles people stick around for simply because of the artwork.

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6.0
Superwoman #2

Sep 14, 2016

Naturally, the art is the highlight making Superwoman one of Rebirth's best looking titles. If Jimenez can get a better handle on cohesively flowing the story, Superwoman could become one of DC's standout new titles.

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7.5
Superwoman #9

Apr 19, 2017

Superwoman has been an inconsistent and underwhelming book on the Superman family. This first issue for the new creative team is a positive step that could potentially make Superwoman the 2017 most improved Superman title.

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8.5
Teen Titans (2016) #1

Oct 26, 2016

With this new creative team, Teen Titans is certainly in the right hands. This kickoff issue definitely suggests the future is bright for the next generation superhero squad.

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8.0
Teen Titans (2016) #2

Nov 23, 2016

The action played out like a throwback to the Perez/Wolfman era where the Titans find themselves overmatched by a formidable new foe. Even with the artist switch ups, as long as Percy remains Teen Titans will be in good hands.

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5.5
Teen Titans (2016) #3

Dec 28, 2016

Teen Titans needs a real spark at this point. Right now, it's one of the few Rebirth titles that has failed to meet expectations. Hopefully Percy can turn the title around sooner than later.

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7.0
Teen Titans (2016) #4

Jan 25, 2017

Damian Knows Best wraps next month. The monthly release schedule hasn't done the book any favors as it feels like it's dragging out longer than necessary. With a new team member arriving and some new threats coming, these initial growing pans should ultimately prove worth enduring.

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6.5
Teen Titans (2016) #5

Feb 22, 2017

Teen Titans wraps its first big storyline with no wholesale improvements or steps back from the previous installments. In that sense, the book has been solidly consistent. With the arrival of a new team member next issue, the dynamic should hopefully improve. So far, Teen Titans isn't wowing me, but it seems like a book headed in the right direction.

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8.5
Teen Titans (2016) #6

Mar 22, 2017

All around, Teen Titans #6 was a smoother, more enjoyable read than the previous arc. If this is the new norm, the Teen Titans is on the right path to become a strong read each month.

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8.0
Teen Titans (2016) #7

Apr 26, 2017

Teen Titans is vying for Most Improved in 2017 honors. If the title stays at this level of consistency, it's going to become required reading by the end of the year.

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9.5
Teen Titans (2016) #8

May 17, 2017

Percy passes off the baton next issue to the Deathstroke writer Priest. With the way Lazarus Contract has played out, I'm expecting another terrific installment especially after this crazy cliffhanger.

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7.5
Teen Titans (2016) #9

Jun 28, 2017

Aqualad's parents face off next issue, which probably isn't the best hook for Teen Titans, but I'm invested in that showdown potentially more than half the Titans themselves.

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9.5
Teen Titans (2016) Annual #1

May 31, 2017

Lazarus Contract has a pretty unique conclusion with an epilogue for each of the three titles done by the respective creative teams. So often in these crossovers everything reverts to normal by the conclusion. But this wraps in a fascinating manner that allows the repercussions from these actions to be felt long after this crossover is completed.

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9.0
Teen Titans: Rebirth #1

Sep 28, 2016

Teen Titans gets off to a strong start. Percy and Meyers already look like a strong pairing to usher in the next great Titans era.

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7.5
The Fall and Rise of Captain Atom #1

Jan 4, 2017

Narrative issues aside, the art by Will Conrad is a huge selling point. Conrad's realistic style particularly the lifelike characters might be enough of a reason to stick with the mini-series until Bates can made Captain Atom a redeemable hero once again.

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9.7
The Fall and Rise of Captain Atom #2

Feb 1, 2017

Conrad's art was going to keep me reading, but Bates' story now has me fully invested. If you're looking for an untraditional DC superhero, this is shaping up to be one of the year's standouts.

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8.5
The Fall and Rise of Captain Atom #3

Mar 1, 2017

While the saga is set for a limited run, Bates is definitely setting up Captain Atom for loftier plans. And if it stays at this level of quality, I'll definitely be on board for an ongoing series.

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7.5
Titans (2016) #1

Jul 27, 2016

The issue ends with a nice cliffhanger suggesting the forces behind DC Rebirth might not be the only threat to Wally and the Titans. This wasn't a groundbreaking issue, but it was a nice calm before the storm installment. And hanging with the Titans family is always welcome.

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7.5
Titans (2016) #2

Aug 24, 2016

Abnett also further develops Wally's connection with Linda Park. That could prove the most important storyline for the first year of this revamped Titans. Battling puppets is amusing for an issue, but hopefully Abnett has bigger threats in store for the Titans to establish them as one of the DC Universe's top teams.

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8.5
Titans (2016) #3

Sep 28, 2016

Right now my biggest gripe with the title is its frequency. With so many prominent Rebirth titles getting the bi-weekly treatment, waiting a month seems way too long. First world comic book reader problems for sure.

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8.0
Titans (2016) #5

Nov 23, 2016

The biggest problem for Titans now is that the story with Abra Kadabra is now five issues in and doesn't feel any closer to reaching a conclusion. With the bi-weekly schedule, this story wouldn't feel as prolonged and needlessly dragged out, but the traditional release schedule is really hurting it at this point. Abnett needs to start significantly pushing the story forward otherwise Titans will continue to be left in the dust of DC's higher profile Rebirth titles.

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8.5
Titans (2016) #6

Dec 28, 2016

The issue's cliffhanger definitely will be of interest to longtime Titans fans. As fun as it's been seeing the gang back together, this next arc should help deliver the classic Titans action to make the monthly wait between issues all the more unbearable.

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9.2
Titans (2016) #7

Jan 11, 2017

Weeks is a reliable storyteller. What his art may lack in sizzle, Weeks more than makes up with easy to follow layouts and strong, expressive characters. In Weeks' hands, the Titans don't look like teens, but young adults ready to make their mark together. This was exactly the kind of story the book needed after the prolonged battle with Abra Kadabra. Keep an eye on Titans. This is a book that's only going to get better from here on out and now's a great time to catch up.

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9.0
Titans (2016) #8

Feb 8, 2017

Early on in Rebirth, Titans benefited from a nostalgia kick and simply getting the band back together. With this issue, Abnett and Booth suggest Titans is only to get better. I'd still prefer this book get on the bi-weekly schedule, but if the results remain this consistent, I'll have to be content with a quality monthly installment.

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9.0
Titans (2016) #9

Mar 8, 2017

Titans remains my favorite monthly title. I'd love to get it every other week, but as long as it retains this quality, I'll reluctantly be satisfied with the once a month great read.

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8.0
Titans (2016) #10

Apr 12, 2017

Abnett isn't letting up on the classic feel of the old Teen Titans saga. An old longtime nemesis is name dropped, but it's the cameo on the last page that will have readers anxiously awaiting next month's issue.

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9.0
Titans (2016) #12

Jun 14, 2017

Titans continues to be one of DC's most consistent team books if not its best thanks to the terrific personal dynamics. That only looks to intensify with this arc, which makes it as good a time as any for any stragglers to jump on and check it out.

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9.0
Titans (2016) #13

Jul 12, 2017

I've gotten spoiled with the bi-weekly release schedule for other DC titles. Titans continues to be so enjoyable the monthly wait seems way too long especially with this issue's cliffhanger.

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8.5
Titans (2016) Annual #1

Mar 29, 2017

Despite the Annual tag, Abnett introduces what should be a major status quo change for one of the Titans. While the main villain is largely insignificant, this new development makes this an annual worth getting for Titans fans.

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7.5
Trinity (2016) #1

Sep 21, 2016

Trinity gets off to a strong start. Hopefully subsequent issues will pack more story along with the evolving character dynamics and gorgeous art.

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8.0
Trinity (2016) #2

Oct 19, 2016

The responsible party for the Trinity's situation is a pretty interesting reveal. It's definitely not the first name that would come up as someone who'd go after DC's three Big Guns. I'm intrigued how this plays out and what Manapul has in store next issue. So far, Trinity has delivered.

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6.5
Trinity (2016) #3

Nov 16, 2016

Trinity #3 needed some fresh areas to explore in tackling Batman's purpose and guilt and Manapul can't find any new ground to cover. Readers already invested in the storyline might give it a pass, but this isn't a great jumping on issue for newcomers.

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4.0
Trinity (2016) #8

Apr 19, 2017

The last page teases a potentially interesting fallout, but the kickoff to The Truth About Superman proved an entirely skippable first chapter.

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9.0
Trinity (2016) #9

May 17, 2017

Trinity was due for a fresh arc and Manapul seems dialed in with a fun challenge for his heroic trio and their super friends.

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9.5
Trinity (2016) #10

Jun 21, 2017

Right now, Trinity is the cure for readers' Justice League fix. Manapul is bringing the goods with an enjoyable, light read that stokes excitement for the next issue.

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7.0
Trinity (2016) #11

Jul 19, 2017

Dead Space might not have wrapped on a high note, but it was another decent entry for Trinity. This title might not ever reach must-read status, but it makes for entertaining sidebar reading for fans of DC's big three.

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7.0
Trinity (2016) Annual #1

May 31, 2017

Williams teases a potentially significant development in the final page, but it will play out in the regular title " or another team book. Either way, that's not enough of a reason to grab this annual. But if you've dug everything from Trinity so far, you won't regret picking it up.

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3.0
Winnebago Graveyard #2

Jul 19, 2017

For those more tolerant of Sampson's art style, this is a sleep with the nightlight on kind of tale, but it's not going to be for everyone.

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8.5
Wonder Woman (2016) #1

Jun 22, 2016

There wasnt a lot of major wow-inducing moments here, but Rucka is one of the better long-term storytellers in comics. Hes not dragging the story out for a trade. Instead Rucka is laying the groundwork for the next cant miss classic Wonder Woman arc. Dont miss out.

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8.0
Wonder Woman (2016) #2

Jul 13, 2016

The biggest challenge for Wonder Woman Year Ones tales is overcoming reader expectation who assume they know how the story plays out. This first issue didnt deviate greatly from established cannon. Still, with Rucka and Scott working on the title seeing how it unfolds promises to be interesting and unmissable journey.

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6.5
Wonder Woman (2016) #3

Jul 27, 2016

While the story slowly unfolds, at least Liam Sharp's pencils are a treat.By the issue's end, Rucka seems to have finished setting up the bridge to Wonder Woman and Trevor's agendas to reunite them. Hopefully that will provide the spark the current day adventures need to get rolling.

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9.0
Wonder Woman (2016) #4

Aug 10, 2016

Of the two chapters Rucka is crafting, the Year One story is emerging as the superior arc. Backed by Scott's fantastic pencils and a more intricate look at Wonder Woman's past, this chapter is required monthly reading.

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6.5
Wonder Woman (2016) #5

Aug 24, 2016

Wonder Woman's monthly storytelling format has set the title apart from its fellow Rebirth books. While it's coming out just like a regular monthly title would, it feels like an extended gap between issues. It's getting close to the time where Rucka needs to start advancing the story otherwise the book will begin reading like it's treading water.

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7.0
Wonder Woman (2016) #7

Sep 28, 2016

Rucka's vision for the overall story is starting to take shape. I still think this one of the Rebirth titles that will be better appreciated in collected format where readers can take it all in over 12-14 issues in one sitting.

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8.0
Wonder Woman (2016) #9

Oct 26, 2016

The issue ends with an welcome cliffhanger suggesting Rucka is finally ready to reveal the truth of the Lies story arc. This issue makes for a good jumping-on point for readers curious about what's the big deal with the honorary U.S. ambassador.

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9.5
Wonder Woman (2016) #10

Nov 9, 2016

In keeping with the pattern of the series, the Year One issues can't be missed. Wonder Woman is a crown jewel for DC and Issue 10 was another reminder why it's a can't miss title.

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9.5
Wonder Woman (2016) #11

Nov 23, 2016

For those that have been underwhelmed with the modern story, this is the issue where the creative team firmly asserted themselves in stating this is a premiere DC title no matter the time period.

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9.5
Wonder Woman (2016) #12

Dec 14, 2016

Wonder Woman is one of DC's best collaborative efforts. Issue 12 was another testament that the Year One saga is one of the best reads in comics today.

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6.0
Wonder Woman (2016) #13

Dec 28, 2016

Wonder Woman has been such a solid read that it can afford a random off issue. Hopefully the series will get back on track with the flashback issue and the next chapter in the current day storyline with the regular creative art teams.

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9.7
Wonder Woman (2016) #14

Jan 11, 2017

The next two issues will be unique as they mark the kick off to two new story arcs. So long as Scott remains to handle the even numbered issues, Wonder Woman will continue to be a can't miss title.

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8.0
Wonder Woman (2016) #16

Feb 8, 2017

While the art has changed the quality storytelling remains. Any fears the title would stumble in Scott's absence appear unfounded, which is great news for readers.

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9.5
Wonder Woman (2016) #17

Feb 22, 2017

Of all of the Rebirth books, Rucka's Wonder Woman run is going to be the most impressive to read in an extended setting. The month to month format (of both the past and present tales) almost doesn't do it justice. Wonder Woman has had some weak issues, but when it all comes together like this issue, there's not a lot of books on the stand that can touch it.

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9.5
Wonder Woman (2016) #18

Mar 8, 2017

The title might be moving a little slow for some readers, but it's becoming increasingly more rewarding as Rucka delves deeper into Wonder Woman's supporting cast. It's not a flashy read, but one I really enjoyed this week.

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9.5
Wonder Woman (2016) #19

Mar 22, 2017

Rucka and Sharp keep delivering the goods here and with the storyline getting more intense, it's not a bad guess to think it's only going to get better.

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9.5
Wonder Woman (2016) #21

Apr 26, 2017

Wonder Woman had some slow going as Rucka had to patiently set up the arc, but now that it's coming together, it's become a rewarding reading experience.

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7.5
Wonder Woman (2016) #22

May 10, 2017

This isn't an essential chapter to get fresh insight on Wonder Woman's longstanding foe, but the breezy pacing makes for a quick and easy read even if it's largely inconsequential.

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9.0
Wonder Woman (2016) #23

May 24, 2017

Rucka and Sharp have crafted a one of a kind Wonder Woman run and this was a fitting cap to their thoughtful and engaging work.

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9.5
Wonder Woman (2016) #24

Jun 14, 2017

This was a pretty powerful penultimate issue for Rucka's run. On one hand, I can't wait to see how he resolves it, but on the other, I don't want the end to arrive so soon either. At least this is a tremendous read while I make up my mind.

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10
Wonder Woman (2016) #25

Jun 28, 2017

Rucka returning to Wonder Woman was one of the major selling points of DC Rebirth for a lot of readers. At the conclusion of his run, all that hype definitely proved warranted and Perfect marked the ideal way to go out.

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7.5
Wonder Woman (2016) #26

Jul 12, 2017

Now the big question: should regular readers stick with it or wait until Robinson begins his run? I'd say yes. Fontana shows a lot of promise in her debut and the story has me interested in seeing how it will play out. This might not be the glory days of the title, but I'm still highly invested in Wonder Woman's adventures.

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10
Wonder Woman (2016) Annual #1

May 31, 2017

That's the theme for the entire annual. Typically, they're not worth the effort to track down, but DC smartly made sure to put forth a high quality effort to capitalize on the Wonder Woman film release week. And this really has something for every Wonder Woman fan.

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7.0
Youngblood (2017) #3

Jul 12, 2017

Youngblood is a hit the ground running kind of comic retaining the same tone of the original series. It's going to take a minute to see what the creative team truly has in store, but it seems like a ride worth taking so far.

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