I love the character of Doctor Fate from oh so many years ago and am thrilled with this new version and interpretation of him. It feels richer and more nuanced and while a good bit of that is the writing, the artwork is what's taking it to a whole other level. Liew has tapped into exactly the kind of style that it needs, much like the really beautifully styled designs we got during the McManus run that had its own magic. Liew and Levitz are putting together something really fantastic here and I continue to feel like I wish there were several years worth of stories already and I was getting the magic of discovery in the back issue bins. The wait from issue to issue is far too long, but ultimately worth it. Read Full Review
Doctor Fate looks like it's getting good, but readers have fallen for that before. Hopefully the action and competence will continue from this point forward. Readers have waited long enough to finally see Khalid to assume the mantle of Fate. Read Full Review
Doctor Fate #7 is a notable improvement to the series status quo as it finally starts edging toward a grander scope. It suffers from many of the same problems it's always had but the slow burn is one in the right direction. Read Full Review
Something finally happens and Khalid FINALLY does some good old Superhero work, and in my opinion, it was worth the wait, with some damn fine magic being thrown around. The artwork is great, but Khalid still being a bit of a dumbass drops it down a few points.