Christian Hoffer's Comic Reviews

Reviewer For: ComicBook.com Reviews: 117
6.2Avg. Review Rating

4.0
Agent 47: Birth of the Hitman #4

Feb 28, 2018

While Sebela crafts a compelling story for the Hitman franchise's historically boring protagonist, he's largely let down by Ariel Medel's artwork, which is bland even in action scenes.

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4.0
Agent 47: Birth of the Hitman #5

Apr 4, 2018

I appreciate that this comic is trying to bring some nuance into a video game franchise that's always been more about emotionless murder fantasies, but it's still hard for me to care about either 47 or Diana.

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8.0
Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows (2016) #16

Feb 14, 2018

Honestly, Renew Your Vows is the best Spider-Book on the stands today; it captures everything that makes Spider-Man great while continuing to push the character forward.

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8.0
Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows (2016) #17

Mar 21, 2018

Houser and Stockman's work together cements Renew Your Vows as the strongest of the Spider-Man books published by Marvel right now.

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6.0
Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows (2016) #18

Apr 18, 2018

Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows wraps up its latest arc by showing that not every superhuman arc needs to be solved with violence.

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8.0
Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows (2016) #19

May 30, 2018

This is a fun Spider-Man comic, one where the worst misery Spider-Man will experience is an awkward social encounter. Sometimes, it's nice to see Spider-Man not suffer relentlessly.

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6.0
Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows (2016) #20

Jun 20, 2018

Although I'm generally not a fan of Spider-Man clone stories (especially since we have a Spider-Man book dedicated to all of his clones), I do like that Jody Houser is trying something different with this story and its main antagonist.

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6.0
Assassin's Creed: Origins #1

Feb 28, 2018

This is a perfectly acceptable adaptation - the pacing and artwork are both a step above usual video game tie-ins -- but fans of the series might want to wait a bit to see if it continues to tread the same ground as the game or if it actually expands on Aya's story further.

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6.0
Assassin's Creed: Origins #2

Apr 11, 2018

I guess if you enjoyed Aya's character and felt that she didn't get enough time to shine in the game, you'll enjoy the comic.

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8.0
Astonishing X-Men (2017) #11

May 2, 2018

I loved Ron Garney and Matt Milla's liberal use of Kirby dots, which gave the fights an extra-normal quality you don't usually see in an X-Men book.

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8.0
Avengers (2016) #679

Feb 7, 2018

The creative team of Mark Waid, Jim Zub, Al Ewing, and Pepe Larraz should be commended for creating a storyline that has all the trappings of an old-school Avengers storyline but with a modern day lineup and tone.

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6.0
Barbarella (2017) #6

May 9, 2018

If you enjoy European-style comics or high concept sci-fi, you'll probably like this new Barbarella series.

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6.0
Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II #4

Feb 21, 2018

Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II #4 injects a mixture of melodrama and poor decision-making into an already Venom-boosted storyline.

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6.0
Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II #5

Mar 21, 2018

Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II #5 is basically a comic book version of those epic crossovers you had with your action figures when you were a kid. The plots don't always make sense, but it's really cool to see all of your favorite characters interact and fight each other.

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6.0
Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II #6

Apr 18, 2018

While I thought Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II's plot was convoluted at times and had inconsistent art, it did deliver a fluffy and fun adventure on par with their first crossover.

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4.0
Ben Reilly: The Scarlet Spider #14

Feb 14, 2018

If you're looking to read the adventures of Scarlet Spider in a locale that's not New York, you'll like this issue. Otherwise, take a pass.

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4.0
Ben Reilly: The Scarlet Spider #15

Mar 14, 2018

This issue is a totally superfluous tie-in, necessary only for current readers of the series.

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2.0
Ben Reilly: The Scarlet Spider #16

Mar 28, 2018

Ben Reilly: Scarlet Spider might have just had the worst event tie-in in recent history.

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4.0
Ben Reilly: The Scarlet Spider #17

Apr 11, 2018

This still isn't a very good superhero comic, but I enjoyed Will Sliney's artwork, especially in the first couple of pages as Reilly contemplates the consequences of his (many) poor decisions.

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6.0
Ben Reilly: The Scarlet Spider #18

May 16, 2018

This is probably the first time that Scarlet Spider has really felt like a Spider-Man book, albeit one with two knock-off Spider-Men and a villain who's the midriff-baring progeny of one of Spider-Man's classic villains.

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4.0
Ben Reilly: The Scarlet Spider #19

Jun 6, 2018

Ben Reilly's latest excursion with the supernatural takes an unfortunate turn in the latest issue of Scarlet Spider #19.

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6.0
Ben Reilly: The Scarlet Spider #20

Jun 20, 2018

Scarlet Spider isn't as good as X-Factor, but the book seems to be trending in the right direction.

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6.0
Big Trouble In Little China: Old Man Jack #8

Apr 25, 2018

It's just a little odd to see Jack Burton portrayed as a Kurt Russell bobblehead, complete with an oversized head.

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2.0
Black Lightning: Cold Dead Hands #4

Feb 7, 2018

There's a lot of noise in this issue, but little of substance.

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4.0
Black Lightning: Cold Dead Hands #5

Mar 7, 2018

I may have issues with Tony Isabella's plot in this miniseries, but it's clear that he still understands the core of what makes Black Lightning so great.

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8.0
Black Science #35

May 2, 2018

Moreno Dinisio's coloring work this issue is really a delight, with bright colors that feed into that sense of security that makes the carpet pull at the end of the issue so delightful.

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10
Blackwood #1

May 30, 2018

Blackwood could be a contender for series of the year, and I can't wait to read what happens next.

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6.0
Bloodborne #1

Feb 21, 2018

Choppy paneling aside, this is a solid comic and a must-read for those who enjoyed the game.

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8.0
Bloodborne #2

Mar 28, 2018

Bloodborne is the rare video game comic adaptation that actively explores and expands on its source material.

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10
Bloodborne #3

Apr 25, 2018

Bloodborne is a great horror comic, and a book that transcends the material which it's based on and finds a way to truly disturb every issue.

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10
Bloodborne #4

May 30, 2018

Originally, this issue was supposed to be the end of Ales Kot and Piotr Kowalski's story on Bloodborne. But while this issue's end is appropriately vague, I'm glad that we'll get to see more of this world for a while longer.

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6.0
Copperhead #19

Jun 13, 2018

Copperhead is a pretty good sci-fi comic that's let down by its art style.

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8.0
Damnation: Johnny Blaze - Ghost Rider #1

Mar 28, 2018

This is a fun issue and sets up an interesting new status quo for Ghost Rider, which hopefully lasts past "Damnation".

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8.0
Daredevil (2015) #602

May 16, 2018

Charles Soule finds a way to balance city politics with superheroics as Murdock struggles with finding the best course of action to protect his city.

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6.0
Daredevil (2015) #603

May 30, 2018

The issue ends on a bit of a weird reveal, but I'm mostly enjoying how Charles Soule and Mike Henderson are finding new ways to test the Man Without Fear.

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6.0
Daredevil (2015) #604

Jun 20, 2018

Writer Charles Soule is walking a very thin line right now between crazy awesome and absurdly stupid.

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2.0
Dark Souls: The Age of Fire #1

May 23, 2018

Almost every panel looks out of focus and blurry, like a piece of runny watercolor art. It's noticeably terrible, and a worrisome sign about how seriously Titan Comics is taking the franchise.

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4.0
DC/Hanna-Barbera: Black Lightning/Hong Kong PHOOEY Special #1

May 30, 2018

The story's a bit of a mess too, but the comic might have been salvageable with a less mottled color job.

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8.0
Death of Love #3

Apr 18, 2018

This is a comically ultra-violent comic, but one that also uses extra-normal circumstances to examine the toxic effects we can have on our lives.

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6.0
Dungeons & Dragons: Evil at Baldur's Gate #1

Apr 25, 2018

If you need a comic to scratch your fantasy itch, you'll enjoy Evil at Baldur's Fate. It's a safe and fun comic, a fantasy story created by a Dungeon Master for players just looking for some simple escapism that doesn't really challenge any well-worn tropes.

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6.0
Falcon (2017) #8

May 23, 2018

The action in this issue was great, and Joshua Cassara's art is solid -- his work reminds me a bit of a less-stylized Daniel Acuna.

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4.0
Game of Thrones: Clash of Kings #10

May 9, 2018

This comic works best for those looking for a deeper dive into the full Song of Ice and Fire series, but don't want to commit to reading the books.

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2.0
Gears of War: The Rise of RAAM #2

Feb 21, 2018

Even Gears of War fanatics will have trouble finding something fun to say about this issue.

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2.0
Gears of War: The Rise of RAAM #3

Mar 21, 2018

Honestly, this comic does the franchise no favors, and I'd rather watch paint dry than pick up a Gears of War game if they're anything like these comics.

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6.0
Gears of War: The Rise of RAAM #4

Apr 11, 2018

While this still isn't a "great" comic, it's a lot more in line with what you'd expect out of a Gears of War comic than previous issues.

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4.0
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #38

Feb 14, 2018

Vendetti does provide an interesting Kryptonian perspective on the Green Lantern Corps during this issue, but this comic largely suffers from a case of "too much talking, not enough showing."

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6.0
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #39

Feb 28, 2018

Although Sandoval's figure drawing is a bit disproportionate at times, his artwork at least makes the issue feel a bit more exciting. Otherwise, this issue is mainly setup for a big climax, as the Green Lanterns and Zod look to FINALLY come to blows.

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6.0
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #40

Mar 14, 2018

The fight doesn't reach the epic levels of past Green Lantern arcs, but most fans of the series should enjoy it.

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6.0
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #41

Mar 28, 2018

On one hand, it was great to watch Jordan use his natural environment (the sky) to his advantage. However, everything that happened after the big fight just... didn't make sense.

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4.0
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #42

Apr 11, 2018

Unfortunately, the issue is bogged down by Ethan Van Sciver's lifeless, emotionless, and static art. At some point, Van Sciver needs to learn that rotating a panel a few degrees doesn't make it more exciting.

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6.0
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #43

Apr 25, 2018

While Rafa Sandoval's art at least shows some energy (something that was lacking in the previous issue), his art felt a bit stiff on some pages and felt rushed on others, especially in the early pages.

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6.0
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #44

May 9, 2018

It feels like there's a disconnect between the conversation this book wants to have and the actual events of the comic.

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6.0
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #45

May 23, 2018

This issue continues a "hurry up and wait" trend in the comic, in which an arc quickly establishes a threat and a pending showdown, but then plods along for several issues to get to the big fight.

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6.0
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #46

Jun 13, 2018

The book has suffered from some really inconsistent art choices over the last few months, but Henry is one of the stronger artists to work on the series. His art meshes well with Pantazis' color work, giving the book a bright and unmuddied look that works well with the colorful characters (pun intended) in the series.

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4.0
Halo: Collateral Damage #1

Jun 6, 2018

Sadly, David Crosland's art is a mess. The Spartans look like Spartans, but the Covenant are almost unrecognizable at times, and the humans are equally rough looking.

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6.0
Hunt For Wolverine: Mystery In Madripoor #1

May 23, 2018

This isn't quite the noir story that Marvel advertised it would be, but it's still a fun start to what should be a grittier X-Men adventure.

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8.0
Imaginary Fiends #4

Feb 28, 2018

If you enjoy weird horror, this is definitely the comic for you.

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8.0
Imaginary Fiends #5

Mar 28, 2018

If you like weird and creepy, Imaginary Fiends is the comic for you.

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8.0
Imaginary Fiends #6

Apr 25, 2018

The big reveal this issue was great, one of the better twists I've seen in a comic in months. It was a great way to end a fun opening arc, and I hope that we see more Imaginary Fiends in the coming months.

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8.0
Injustice 2 #19

Feb 7, 2018

Injustice 2 continues to be a surprisingly fun comic despite its rather dark plotline and setting.

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6.0
Injustice 2 #20

Feb 21, 2018

Injustice 2 continues to be the DC Universe comic that fans have wanted for years -- albeit in a very bloody format.

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6.0
Injustice 2 #21

Mar 7, 2018

While the book doesn't need it to keep you coming back, the perfect pacing of this story will definitely have you eager to find out what happens next.

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6.0
Injustice 2 #22

Mar 21, 2018

While Injustice 2 #22 contains the great character moments we've come to expect from the series, which ties the gap between the first and second DC fighting games, this issue showcases the book's biggest weakness: its occasional sacrifice of the story making sense in order to keep the book chugging along to its inevitable conclusion.

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8.0
Injustice 2 #23

Apr 4, 2018

This is shaping up to be an epic storyline, and I'm guessing a few heroes aren't going to make it out of next issue.

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8.0
Injustice 2 #24

Apr 18, 2018

It strains credibility that a super-android devoted to destroying mankind couldn't kill a single superhero during its brutal assault. Otherwise, this is a solid issue and continues Injustice 2's solid overall run.

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8.0
Injustice 2 #26

May 16, 2018

This is a nice standalone issue that illustrates the differences between the Injustice 2 and main DC universes, but readers might want to stay away if they're not a fan of violence to animals.

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6.0
Injustice 2 #27

Jun 6, 2018

We know that Hal eventually becomes a Green Lantern again, but it's clear he has a long way to go both in his own eyes and in the eyes of the Green Lantern Corps to earn that redemption

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6.0
Injustice 2 #28

Jun 20, 2018

The last page reveal is also a doozy and should set up some craziness in upcoming issues.

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6.0
Kull Eternal #3

May 2, 2018

My biggest criticism of the issue is that Pizzari's artwork is inconsistent. There are times where it's great and times that it looks positively amateurish.

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2.0
Marvel's Ant-Man and the Wasp Prelude #1

Mar 7, 2018

If you haven't seen the film, this comic will make you not want to see the sequel.

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2.0
Marvel's Ant-Man and the Wasp Prelude #2

Apr 4, 2018

It would be a much better value to simply rent the original film than waste your money or time reading this comic.

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6.0
Medieval Spawn / Witchblade (2018) #2

Jun 6, 2018

This comic isn't groundbreaking by any stretch, but it's fun, and fans of the Witchblade franchise in particular will enjoy it.

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8.0
Mister Miracle #7

Mar 14, 2018

I'm not as high on the King/Gerads Mister Miracle series as other reviewers, but this still was a very enjoyable read.

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6.0
Mister Miracle #8

Apr 18, 2018

While still a solid issue, Mister Miracle #8 is a step back from last month's more complete chapter.

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10
Mister Miracle #9

Jun 13, 2018

Tom King and Mitch Gerads draw on their creative strengths to pull off what's probably the best issue of the Mister Miracle maxi-series.

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8.0
Mystik U #3

Mar 28, 2018

Mystik U #3 is a great finale to a fun and unique DC series, or at least its first chapter.

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8.0
Old Man Hawkeye #2

Feb 14, 2018

Old Man Hawkeye somehow feels even more tragic than Old Man Logan, which is impressive given the events of the latter.

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8.0
Old Man Hawkeye #3

Mar 28, 2018

Old Man Hawkeye is turning into a very tragic story, one filled with a bit more heartbreak and nuance than its Old Man Logan predecessor.

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6.0
Old Man Hawkeye #4

Apr 25, 2018

Hawkeye's largely given up his heroic past (he is going on a murder spree after all) so I'm not sure why he gave Beetle the option of dying with his armor on.

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8.0
Old Man Hawkeye #5

May 23, 2018

This is another solid issue of Old Man Hawkeye -- the stakes continue to get higher as old enemies converge on him.

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6.0
Pathfinder: Spiral of Bones #1

Mar 21, 2018

If you're looking for lighthearted fantasy fluff or want to see what all the characters in the Pathfinder illustrations are like, give this comic a read.

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8.0
Pathfinder: Spiral of Bones #2

Apr 25, 2018

Pathfinder's strength is its unique and memorable lore and it's great to see one of its comics truly capture one of the reasons why thousands of players love the tabletop game.

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8.0
Pathfinder: Spiral of Bones #3

May 30, 2018

These Pathfinder comics are a lot of fun, solid fantasy comics with plenty of nods to the world of the popular tabletop RPG.

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4.0
Port of Earth #5

May 9, 2018

Port of Earth isn't strong enough to stand out on story alone, so hampering the art with drab coloring really holds it back.

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2.0
Rick Veitch's The One #4

May 2, 2018

The One is a product of it's time, but I'm not sure of its relevance today, especially as Veitch has written and drawn more thought-provoking comics since.

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4.0
Robocop: Citizens Arrest #1

Apr 11, 2018

While the first RoboCop movie was surprisingly nuanced in its discussion of the dangers of law enforcement privatization, its sequels and successors have failed to capture the spark of the original. Citizens Arrest, the new RoboCop comic by Brian Wood and Jorge Coelho, continues that trend of falling short by largely missing the point of the franchise.

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4.0
Robocop: Citizens Arrest #2

May 9, 2018

I don't know what sort of comic Citizen's Arrest wants to be -- and I don't think Citizen's Arrest does either.

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6.0
Samurai Jack: Quantum Jack #5

Mar 14, 2018

Samurai Jack: Quantum Jack spends its final issue explaining exactly how Jack got ripped out of time and ended up bouncing around from alternate reality to alternate reality. It's an odd storytelling choice, especially as it ends on an ambiguous note.

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8.0
Sea of Thieves #1

Mar 14, 2018

Luckily, the comic is pretty fun to read, even if you don't know anything about the game.

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8.0
Sea of Thieves #2

Apr 11, 2018

Sea of Thieves #2 offers just about everything you'd expect out of a pirate comic. Naval battles, backstabbing, and even a tease of the supernatural - Sea of Thieves has it all.

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8.0
Sea of Thieves #3

May 9, 2018

The events of this issue add a new wrinkle to the series, especially if the deadly cliffhanger sticks.

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8.0
Sherlock Holmes: The Vanishing Man #1

May 2, 2018

This has the potential to be Moore and Reppion's best Holmes story yet.

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4.0
Spider-Man/Deadpool #27

Feb 7, 2018

Multiple exposition-filled flashbacks and three different pencillers makes Spider-Man Deadpool #27 a confusing read.

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6.0
Spider-Man/Deadpool #28

Feb 28, 2018

All-in-all, this book is a big improvement over last issue and I'm intrigued to see how the brewing conflict between the Chameleon, Spider-Man, and Deadpool plays out.

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6.0
Spider-Man/Deadpool #29

Mar 14, 2018

Spider-Man/Deadpool is a hard series to pick up a random issue and enjoy, but the series delivers some fun payoffs if you stick with it.

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6.0
Spider-Man/Deadpool #30

Mar 28, 2018

This is a pretty standard superhero fare -- lots of fighting, lots of pieces moving, but not a ton of character development or memorable moments.

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8.0
Spider-Man/Deadpool #31

Apr 11, 2018

This issue is almost too packed with surprises, but I feel like there's some great payoffs for longtime readers of this book. Kudos to Robbie Thompson for pulling off a surprise that few readers will see coming.

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6.0
Spider-Man/Deadpool #32

May 9, 2018

While this issue gives readers another payoff from a past plotline, it falls short as to explaining why Deadpool is harboring such immense guilt over his actions in the past.

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6.0
Spider-Man/Deadpool #33

May 23, 2018

Spider-Man/Deadpool #33 feels like a classic Spider-Man comic, but with a steady stream of Deadpool sputtering meta-nonsense on every page.

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4.0
Spider-Man/Deadpool #34

Jun 13, 2018

While this issue contain the typical non-stop action as "young" Deadpool and "old" Spider-Man tried to stop a never-ending army of LMDs, I felt this issue was very heavy on the dialogue, as Deadpool tried to work out his feelings of self-loathing.

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6.0
Swashbucklers: The Saga Continues #2

May 2, 2018

If you enjoy epic science fiction series, this looks like a lot of fun -- just pick up the first Swashbucklers series first.

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8.0
The Prisoner (2018) #1

Apr 25, 2018

The Prisoner is just the sort of property that Peter Milligan was born to write, and I can't wait to see what happens next.

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4.0
The Silencer #5

May 23, 2018

It's very 1990s, but in a good way.

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6.0
The Terrifics #1

Feb 28, 2018

Outside of a controversial last-page twist, The Terrifics #1 doesn't stand out at all in terms of plot, largely because the comic has to spend so many pages setting up its core premise.

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6.0
The Terrifics #2

Mar 28, 2018

The Terrifics is a good comic that would probably be an excellent comic book if it just had a few more pages to breathe.

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4.0
The Terrifics #3

Apr 25, 2018

While The Terrifics is supposed to be a homage of sorts to the Silver Age Fantastic Four comics, right now it just feels like a pale imitation at best.

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10
The Terrifics #4

May 23, 2018

This feels like the first issue to really show The Terrifics potential. I just hope that the readership was willing to wait four issues to see how terrific this series could be.

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6.0
Tomb Raider: Inferno #1

Jun 13, 2018

I think the Tomb of Eden hook shows promise, and I like that the rebooted Tomb Raider franchise is still leaning into some of the more fantastic elements of the tombs Lara likes to explore.

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6.0
Tomb Raider: Survivor's Crusade #4

Apr 11, 2018

Artist Ashley Wood's art is sadly uneven, shining during "big" scenes but looking rushed and messy in smaller panels. Her faces are especially bad at points, which really bogs down this comic.

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4.0
Warframe #4

Apr 18, 2018

Studio Hive's art is all right in that "clearly drawn on a computer" style that Top Cow likes to use, especially for those comics fans who feel that comic panels don't deserve backgrounds.

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8.0
Warhammer 40,000: Deathwatch #1

May 9, 2018

You don't need to know anything about Warhammer to enjoy Deathwatch, as long as you like watching dudes in mech suits shoot up evil-looking aliens.

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8.0
Wild Storm #13

May 16, 2018

Jon Davis-Hunt's artwork is a delight; it's very clean and helps keep an issue filled mostly with talking heads engaging to look at.

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8.0
Wild Storm #14

Jun 20, 2018

This continues to be a great comic, even for those who aren't familiar with the Wildstorm universe.

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8.0
Witchblade (2017) #4

Mar 21, 2018

Honestly, this is one of the better Image books I've read in quite some time, and one of the best comics reboots in recent memory.

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8.0
Witchblade (2017) #5

Apr 25, 2018

The full power of the Witchblade finally makes an appearance in Witchblade #5.

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8.0
Witchblade (2017) #6

Jun 13, 2018

This series' strength isn't in the action sequences (honestly, the fight scenes are largely underwhelming) but in the strong characterization of Alex Underwood and her supporting cast.

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6.0
World Of Tanks: Citadel #1

May 9, 2018

World of Tanks Citadel is both a standard war comic and a standard Garth Ennis.

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