Deron Generally's Comic Reviews

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8.5Avg. Review Rating

9.5
A.D.: After Death #3

May 12, 2017

This entire series is worth reading from beginning to end. The characters are wonderfully three dimensional and the conflicts work both on the page and in the reader's mind. The artwork is brilliant and enhance every page of this story. It is unique, bold and worth reading.

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9.8
Abbott #1

Jan 24, 2018

This was a great opening issue that does a superb job of introducing character and conflict in a way that flows as naturally as the language.

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9.5
Abbott #2

Feb 28, 2018

A consistently great read with a great ending.

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9.8
Abbott #3

Mar 28, 2018

Consistently a great read with some amazing atmosphere and visuals. Worth reading each issue.

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9.0
Abbott #4

Apr 25, 2018

A thrilling issue leading to a haunting conclusion.

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8.0
Abbott #5

May 30, 2018

A great ending to a really good, topical story that could have used a little more development with the villain.

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8.5
Action Comics (2016) #989

Oct 11, 2017

The story continues to develop well with a palpable tension that keeps me engaged.

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10
Action Comics (2016) #1000

Apr 17, 2018

I loved the stories featured in this issue. They showed the sides of Superman that make him a full character and the art in each story was beautiful to look at.

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8.0
Action Comics (2016) #1001

Jul 25, 2018

I like the direction of many of these storylines, but I felt like there was a lack of focus in the issue. The threads that are the most interesting seems to be lost a little bit. I actually found myself more interested in the office politics going on at the Planet than most of the fire storyline.

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8.4
Action Comics (2016) #1002

Aug 22, 2018

Bendis is definitely taking Superman to some really interesting and unknown territory in this book. Rather than having him deal with bigger than life villains and averting global destruction, this issue and the previous ones seem to spend a good amount of time dealing with the limitations of Superman's reach in Metropolis and how his mission can be perverted by those with ill intent.

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6.0
Action Comics (2016) #1003

Sep 26, 2018

I kept waiting for something interesting to happen and everything seemed to come up short

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8.5
Action Comics (2016) #1004

Oct 24, 2018

It did a great job of slowing down the action and concentrating on the relationship between Clark and Lois.

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9.3
Action Comics (2016) #1005

Nov 28, 2018

Ryan Sook's art is amazing in the issue as well and there are some really interesting panel compositions as well as great colors by Brad Anderson.

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8.0
Action Comics (2016) #1006

Jan 2, 2019

The art by Ryan Sook is great. There are some fun and dynamic panels, but there isn't much in the plot that calls for anything to be visually exciting. This is a good, plot-driven issue, but there isn't much action in this Action Comic.

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8.7
Action Comics (2016) #1007

Jan 30, 2019

Steve Epting provides some beautifully detailed and impressive art in this issue and the action scenes look amazing.

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9.2
Action Comics (2016) #1008

Feb 27, 2019

The art by Steve Epting is really good. There isn't a lot of action in this story, but that doesn't stop Epting from doing great work with the action that is present. There are great character details throughout the book and the tone of the story is perfectly matched with the art.

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8.0
Action Comics (2016) #1009

Mar 27, 2019

Steve Epting's art is really good. If he was given more interesting plot moments to render, the art would be more dynamic.

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8.0
Action Comics (2016) #1010

Apr 24, 2019

Steve Epting's art was great throughout because it managed to embrace the dark subject matter of the story.

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8.5
Action Comics (2016) #1011

May 22, 2019

Beautiful, detailed and dynamic art from Steve Epting in this issue. There is a classic, but timely feel to the character designs and the progression of the panels is amazing.

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7.2
Action Comics (2016) #1012

Jun 26, 2019

Szymon Kurdanski adds some interesting and engaging art in this issue with artwork that combines great character details and action.

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6.0
Action Comics (2016): Special #1

May 2, 2018

This issue feels like the stories that were rightfully rejected from Issue 1000. Only 1 out of the 3 actually worked on a small level and the rest could barely sustain the short format they had. Pretty disappointing.

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8.5
Adventures of the Super Sons #1

Jul 31, 2018

Barberi's art is amazing. I love the anime style of it and there are so many great moments and panels that it's hard to pick one or two to discuss. The way Barberi composes a panel is great and so many of them show great detail and action. It's a shame this is a 12 issue series because this story could continue with this creative team behind it.

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8.0
Adventures of the Super Sons #2

Sep 4, 2018

Barberi delivers some great art in this issue as well and everything has a great sense of movement and motion in how it complements the story that Tomasi is creating. Great visuals throughout help keep the story suspenseful as well as fun.

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8.0
Adventures of the Super Sons #4

Nov 7, 2018

The art by Barberi is top-notch. There are so many fun and detailed moments in this issue that are made even more engaging with the incredible art and colors.

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6.0
Adventures of the Super Sons #6

Jan 8, 2019

The art is really good. There are some vibrant and beautiful panels in the issue. Unfortunately, there is so little going on from a story perspective that the artist doesn't seem to have much to work with.

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8.5
Adventures of the Super Sons #7

Feb 5, 2019

The art is amazing. Barberi draws these characters beautifully and there are some great details in both the characters and the backgrounds.

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6.5
Adventures of the Super Sons #9

Apr 3, 2019

Scott Godlewski does a great job with the art in this issue. I wish he was given something more interesting to work with.

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7.0
Adventures of the Super Sons #10

Apr 30, 2019

Visually, the issue looks fantastic. The art by Carlo Barberi is dynamic and well done. It's energetic and fun.

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7.5
Adventures of the Super Sons #11

Jun 5, 2019

Carlo Barberi's art is great and the action is especially well done. There is a lot going on in the panels, but nothing is overwhelming to the senses. All the pages are filled with dynamic action and details.

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7.5
Adventures of the Super Sons #12

Jul 2, 2019

Carlo Barberi brings some beautiful visuals to the issue. Everything is lively and filled with action, energy and details. A great looking issue.

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9.5
Age of X-Man: Alpha #1

Jan 30, 2019

That element is being explored not only in the impressive and engaging writing, but also in the art by Ramon Rosanas. All of the pages paint a beautiful facade for Nate's new world, but Rosanas captures the cracks and issues in stark detail as well as subtle glances from characters. The art takes the reader on a remarkable visual journey.

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9.0
Age Of X-Man: Apocalypse & The X-Tracts #1

Mar 14, 2019

Salva Espin brings a light and beautiful tone and flair to the art in this issue. There are some great panels throughout and the contrast between the lightness of the previous pages and the dark details of the finale work perfectly together.

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9.5
Age Of X-Man: NextGen #1

Feb 13, 2019

The art by Marcus To looks great. There are some beautiful panels in this issue and the art perfectly matches the tone of this story.

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9.3
Age Of X-Man: Prisoner X #1

Mar 7, 2019

German Peraltas art is good. There are some good looking panels throughout, but nothing really pops off the page.

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9.2
Age Of X-Man: The Amazing Nightcrawler #1

Feb 22, 2019

Juan Frigeri does some amazing art in this issue. All of the characters look amazing and the details are beautiful.

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8.4
Age Of X-Man: The Amazing Nightcrawler #3

Apr 17, 2019

Juan Frigeri does some fantastic work with the art in this issue. All of the characters look great and the fight between Kurt and Mystique looks amazing.

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9.2
Age Of X-Man: The Marvelous X-Men #1

Feb 6, 2019

Marco Failla has some great art in this issue. The art is beautifully detailed and has a detached feel to it that matches the fantasy, unreal elements of the story.

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9.4
Age Of X-Man: The Marvelous X-Men #2

Mar 13, 2019

Marco Faillas art is fantastic. I loved all of the richly detailed panels and the change in art style between whats happening in real time and in the memories.

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9.0
Age Of X-Man: The Marvelous X-Men #3

Apr 10, 2019

Marco Faillas art is beautifully detailed and all the characters look great. Hopefully, there will be some conflict in future issues that will give Failla the ability to do more visually.

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8.5
Age Of X-Man: The Marvelous X-Men #5

Jun 12, 2019

Marco Failla delivers some great art in this issue and the contrast between the visual style of Nate's flashback and the present is simple, but effective.

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9.1
Age Of X-Man: X-Tremists #1

Feb 27, 2019

Goerges Jeanty provides some brilliant and beautiful art in this issue as well. All of the characters look great and the art complements the tone of the story perfectly.

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8.6
Age Of X-Man: X-Tremists #2

Mar 28, 2019

The art by Georges Jeanty is awesome. There are so many expressive character designs throughout and the visuals are great.

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7.5
Age Of X-Man: X-Tremists #3

Apr 25, 2019

The art by Georges Jeanty is well done but there isnt much to showcase more than furtive glances between Fred and Betsy.

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9.5
Aliens: Resistance #1

Jan 23, 2019

The art by Robert Carey is great. There are some really tense visual moments throughout this issue as well as the physical representation of this dystopian future. It was stunning to look at.

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8.4
Aliens: Resistance #2

Feb 27, 2019

Robert Careys art is great. He was able to take a thin story and visually make it look interesting. There was a lot of atmosphere in the art and that helped to make the thin plotting more engaging.

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8.5
Aliens: Resistance #3

Apr 10, 2019

Robert Carey's art is great. The ship details, alien details and technology are some of the strongest visuals in the book.

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8.0
All-New Guardians of the Galaxy #12

Oct 18, 2017

The Guardians are fun when they are taking on a huge threat but not sweating too many of the details. This issue was fun on many levels and it was nice seeing them come back to Earth and interact with other heroes.

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9.5
All-Star Batman #14

Oct 3, 2017

A great conclusion to a story that fleshes out the history of Alfred and a bittersweet end to a truly innovative book.

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9.0
Amazing Spider-Man (2015) #789

Oct 11, 2017

This is a great return to the basics for Peter and his ability to still find some hope amidst all the hopelessness that is swarming around him reminds the reader of the enduring nature of this character and his struggle. Both the story and art are great and I will be picking up the next issue.

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9.5
Amazing Spider-Man (2015) #790

Oct 25, 2017

Peter Parker shines when he is dealing with the consequences of his actions and this issue is no different. You feel for Parker as he has to deal with another tragedy in his life, but you still root for him to overcome and there is some hope in this issue that fans might enjoy.

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9.0
Amazing Spider-Man (2015) #791

Nov 15, 2017

The book continues to be both fun and interesting with some great banter between Bobbi and Peter and a sense that Peter's journey will continue to evolve.

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7.5
Amazing Spider-Man (2015) #792

Dec 13, 2017

Brock, Flash and Lee Price are all fighting over who gets the Venom symbiote and Peter is caught in the middle out of guilt and responsibility.

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8.3
Amazing Spider-Man (2015) #793

Dec 27, 2017

As a diversion from the fall of Parker storyline, this issue does a good job of concentrating on another sin from Spider-Man's past.

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9.2
Amazing Spider-Man (2015) #794

Jan 24, 2018

The direction Amazing is going on continues to be fun for me as a fan and a reader and I am excited to see what happens after the reveal at the end of this issue.

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7.0
Amazing Spider-Man (2015) #795

Feb 7, 2018

I wanted to like this issue more than I did. Coming out of the previous issue, I was hoping that there would be more substantive storytelling leading up to the big Norman Osborn arc, but this issue felt rushed. The Loki/Spider-Man dynamic was handled well but the issues with Peter's job and relationship with Bobbi felt lazy, especially the latter.

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9.0
Amazing Spider-Man (2015) #796

Feb 21, 2018

Great classic Spider-Man Storytelling that both gives hope to the character while skillfully setting up the things that will take it away.

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8.9
Amazing Spider-Man (2015) #797

Mar 7, 2018

This issue continues to remind me why I love these characters and most of the stories that brought them to this point. It's a great lesson in keeping a new story tense while incorporating new elements that work.

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9.3
Amazing Spider-Man (2015) #798

Apr 4, 2018

You could tell that the positive swing (no pun intended) Parker's life was taking wasn't going to last long and this issue blows up (dammit!) that notion in an interesting way.

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9.0
Amazing Spider-Man (2015) #799

Apr 18, 2018

Slott knows how to make Norman Osborn scary, but teaming him with Carnage makes them terrifying. Slott plays on those fears in a satisfying continuation that features great, menacing art from Immonen.

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9.5
Amazing Spider-Man (2015) #800

May 30, 2018

The end of the "Go Down Swinging" storyline is a great call back to some of the best aspects of Spider-Man's story as well as an interesting introduction to some strong stories going forward.

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8.5
Amazing Spider-Man (2015) #801

Jun 20, 2018

This is a classic Lee/Ditko style Spider-Man story that doesn't go for big action, but illustrates the impact of what being a hero means to those that are saved. Really good standalone style of story.

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9.0
Amazing Spider-Man (2018) #1

Jul 11, 2018

Spencer and Ottley have done a great job of showcasing what is special and great about both Spider-Man and Peter Parker. This is a fun and funny first issue that is a great jumping in point for a new reader.

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8.5
Amazing Spider-Man (2018) #2

Jul 25, 2018

Ryan Ottley's art is great. All of the detail put into the facial expressions and the composition of the panels, especially in the action scenes are amazing.

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8.5
Amazing Spider-Man (2018) #3

Aug 8, 2018

Ottley does an amazing job with the art in this issue. Both the smaller, character driven moments and the action beats are rendered with great care and detail.

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8.0
Amazing Spider-Man (2018) #4

Aug 22, 2018

Spencer has taken what could have been a clich split personality story and made something interesting with it.

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8.5
Amazing Spider-Man (2018) #5

Sep 12, 2018

Ottley's art is great and there are some really well done details in the panels that pop with the vibrant colors and use of light.

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8.0
Amazing Spider-Man (2018) #6

Sep 26, 2018

Ramos' art is great. It's very subtle at moments and adds to the charm of this particular issue. The lack of big action beats lets the artist concentrate more on the characters and there are some great facial details in this issue.

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8.5
Amazing Spider-Man (2018) #7

Oct 10, 2018

With each issue, Spencer is making me more curious about what is coming for Spider-Man.

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8.0
Amazing Spider-Man (2018) #8

Oct 24, 2018

There are some good story points and character moments in this issue as well and I continue to enjoy the new relationship dynamic between Peter and Mary Jane. As a fan, I enjoy the fact that their history isn't put on the back burner anymore.

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8.0
Amazing Spider-Man (2018) #9

Nov 14, 2018

Ramos and Bandini do amazing art in this issue and my favorite part of the art were the pages that transition between memory and reality as well as history.

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9.4
Amazing Spider-Man (2018) #10

Nov 28, 2018

The art by Humberto Ramos and Michele Bandini blew me away with each page and the quiet, character moments were some of my favorite panels.

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9.5
Amazing Spider-Man (2018) #11

Dec 12, 2018

Ottley's art is great in this issue. I like the dramatic renderings of Jonah at the height of his bluster and the more reserved art of Peter spending time with Robbie. The contrast works well with the tone of the story.

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9.6
Amazing Spider-Man (2018) #13

Jan 16, 2019

Ryan Ottleys art is fluid, exciting and fun. There was dynamic movement on every page and it really complemented the pace of the story Spencer is telling.

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9.2
Amazing Spider-Man (2018) #14

Jan 30, 2019

Chris Bachalo's stunning art is a brilliant complement to the tone, plot and dialogue of this issue.

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9.6
Amazing Spider-Man (2018) #15

Feb 13, 2019

Chris Bachalos art does an amazing job of keeping the pace and tone of the story Spencer is telling. The art is beautifully detailed and complements the intense and engaging story perfectly.

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9.9
Amazing Spider-Man (2018) #16

Feb 27, 2019

Ryan Ottley and Alberto Albuquerque have amazingly detailed art throughout the issue and every page is filled with emotion. The way Kraven is depicted is perfect.

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9.6
Amazing Spider-Man (2018) #17

Mar 13, 2019

Humberto Ramos does some truly magnificent art in this issue with some dramatic camera angles in the panels as well as beautiful details. A great looking issue with an engaging story.

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9.6
Amazing Spider-Man (2018) #18

Mar 28, 2019

Humberto Ramos always deliver beautiful and dynamic art and this issue is no different. The action looks amazing and Ramos conveys power and movement in his art.

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9.7
Amazing Spider-Man (2018) #18.HU

Apr 4, 2019

Ken Lashley does a great job with the art in this issue. Both the past and the present look amazing with great character designs and details.

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9.4
Amazing Spider-Man (2018) #19

Apr 10, 2019

Gerardo Sandoval delivers with the art in this issue. The characters look great and the action looks even better.

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9.2
Amazing Spider-Man (2018) #19.HU

Apr 19, 2019

Chris Bachalo delivers amazing art in this issue. All of the visuals look great and his rendition of Lizard is one of my favorites because it is more animal than man.

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9.4
Amazing Spider-Man (2018) #20

Apr 25, 2019

Humberto Ramos art is beautiful and full of both detail and energy.

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8.7
Amazing Spider-Man (2018) #21

May 15, 2019

Gerardo Sandovals art is dynamic and full of rich detail and great composition. All of the characters look great and the action looks amazing.

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8.7
Amazing Spider-Man (2018) #22

May 29, 2019

Humberto Ramos delivers some impressively detailed art with an emphasis on great action. There are some great panels in this issue that seem full of movement and intensity.

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9.4
Amazing Spider-Man (2018) #23

Jun 12, 2019

Ryan Ottley's art is breathtaking as he conveys the action and movement of Peter's desperate journey. A great looking issue from start to finish.

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8.6
Amazing Spider-Man (2018) #24

Jun 26, 2019

Ryan Ottley does some great work with the art in this issue. There isnt a lot of action in this issue, but Ottley finds the tension in the story and reflects that in the art.

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9.0
American Carnage #1

Nov 21, 2018

The art is fantastic with stunning details in composition as well as the use of shadow in many of the panels. It's evocative of the dark, mysterious tone of the issue.

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9.8
American Carnage #2

Dec 19, 2018

This is an incredibly tense issue. Bryan Hill does an excellent job of crafting these characters to be multi-faceted and unpredictable. That makes the drama and circumstances more powerful when moments happen that you weren't expecting.

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9.6
American Carnage #3

Jan 24, 2019

Leandro Fernandez art perfectly complements the gritty, dark tone of this story and this issue specifically. There are some stunning panels in this issue and the art really helps drive the tension of the story.

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9.7
American Carnage #4

Feb 20, 2019

Leanardo Fernandez knocks it out of the park with the art. There are some beautifully detailed panels throughout the issue and the use of shadow is both dramatic and necessary.

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9.7
American Carnage #5

Mar 20, 2019

Leandro Fernandez has some impressive art in this issue. Many of the panels are filled with visceral and beautiful details throughout.

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9.8
American Carnage #6

Apr 17, 2019

The art by Leandro Fernandez is great. I continue to love the use of shadow throughout this issue and what it emphasizes in each scene.

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9.6
American Carnage #7

May 15, 2019

Leandro Fernandez delivers amazing art in this issue. One of my favorite tools that Fernandez employs is constantly keeping Rick bathed in shadow. It adds to the seriousness of his situation as well as making him almost detached from the people around him.

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9.6
American Carnage #8

Jun 19, 2019

Leandro Fernandez delivers some beautiful art in this issue. The way characters are bathed in shadow gives the art a sense of emotion.

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8.5
Aquaman (2016) #41

Oct 17, 2018

Dan Abnett does a great job of taking this story and tying it to the larger Drowned Earth arc in a way that keeps the humanity and the stakes to the people in the forefront.

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8.0
Aquaman (2016) #42

Nov 20, 2018

Lan Medina's art is haunting and beautiful in this issue and there are some great details in the panels. A great looking book above everything else.

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8.5
Aquaman (2016) #43

Dec 19, 2018

Robson Rocha's art showcases the beauty of the environment and the character designs. All of the rising action in the panels complements the story brilliantly.

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9.8
Aquaman (2016) #44

Jan 23, 2019

Robson Rocha's art is outstanding. Everything from the details in Mera's dress to Caille's cabin are brilliantly detailed. This was a beautiful issue to look at from start to finish.

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9.8
Aquaman (2016) #45

Feb 20, 2019

Robson Rocha's art is beautiful. The rendering of the sea is gorgeous and the character details are amazing. I really enjoyed the look of this issue immensely.

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9.2
Aquaman (2016) #46

Mar 20, 2019

Robson Rocha's artwork is beautifully detailed throughout the issue. Everything from the character expressions to the amazing fight scenes looks great.

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8.9
Aquaman (2016) #47

Apr 17, 2019

Robson Rocha's art is fantastically detailed and beautiful. Loved every panel.

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9.3
Aquaman (2016) #48

May 15, 2019

Viktor Bogdanovic's art is splendid. It's full of beautiful detail and every page has something interesting and amazing to look at.

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9.2
Aquaman (2016) #49

Jun 19, 2019

Viktor Bogdanovic has some impressive and beautiful art throughout this issue. All of the details look amazing and the scenes between Arthur and Mera are incredibly well done.

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8.6
Aquaman (2016) #50

Jul 17, 2019

Robson Rocha and Eduardo Pansica provide some stunning art in this issue. Everything from the characters to the backgrounds is filled with stunning details and the underwater scenes are amazing in how fluid they make the characters look and move in that environment.

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9.5
Aquaman (2016): Drowned Earth Special #1

Nov 27, 2018

Manapul, Porter and Godlewski's dramatic art is breathtaking in this issue. The art perfectly matches the drama of the story. There is a fluid element to the panels that I love.

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6.0
Avengers (2016) #11

Sep 27, 2017

A good issue that is short on action, but works as a means of allowing the characters to reflect on who they are and what they are as a team.

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9.0
Avengers (2018) #1

May 2, 2018

Visually stunning issue that highlights the relationships between these characters and introduces some huge obstacles to overcome for them all.

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9.0
Avengers (2018) #2

May 16, 2018

This is a really exciting issue that gives the reader a sense of the long history of these characters while introducing a new threat.

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8.5
Avengers (2018) #3

Jun 20, 2018

This story continues to be really well told by adding great character moments as well as tension and a mystery that is keeping me coming back for more.

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8.0
Avengers (2018) #4

Jul 4, 2018

There is some great writing in this issue that sees secrets revealed and others hidden as the Avengers break off in teams to find a way to stop the Final Host.

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10
Avengers (2018) #5

Jul 18, 2018

Great read, great buildup. Can't wait for a great pay off.

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8.5
Avengers (2018) #6

Aug 22, 2018

Jason Aaron delivers an exciting conclusion to the final host storyline. He manages to deliver enough information throughout the issue to move the story forward while also keeping the reader in suspense almost up to the last possible moment.

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7.0
Avengers (2018) #7

Sep 5, 2018

The story itself is told really well. I was engaged with the characters and satisfied with the reveals, especially the one at the end. The only flaw I really had with the issue is that the pacing of the story made it feel too short.

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8.0
Avengers (2018) #8

Sep 19, 2018

There was great care shown in maintaining many of the personal animus that some of them share and I like that their working relationship continues to evolve as well. The dialogue was natural and none of the moments felt forced, which made the story flow really well and keep me interested to see where these dynamics would move next.

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8.0
Avengers (2018) #9

Oct 10, 2018

Marquez's art really helps to sell the darker tone of this story. While I would have liked to have seen more of the events that are driving Namor's crusade, all of the art featuring Namor is great to look at. Marquez captures the strength and power of the character really well and that's one of the things that makes me curious to see where this story goes.

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8.5
Avengers (2018) #10

Nov 14, 2018

There is a lot to unpack in this issue and it is definitely worth the read.

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9.4
Avengers (2018) #11

Dec 12, 2018

Jason Aaron does a great job of slowing down the action of the previous few issues to dive into the intrigue surrounding this new Avengers team and its place in the world post Secret Empire.

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9.3
Avengers (2018) #12

Jan 9, 2019

The art is great in this issue as well. The styles really complement each other and make the story seamless. There are some great reaction panels and you can tell the artists had fun drawing this eclectic group of rogue heroes working behind the scenes (Space Vampires). Its going to be interesting to see where their adventures take them next and whether or not a team book with these Agents of Wakanda might spinoff from their tales.

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9.7
Avengers (2018) #13

Jan 23, 2019

Andrea Sorrentinos art is beautifully detailed and there are some amazing panels that are sequenced perfectly including Fan Feis battle against Shou-Lao.

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8.9
Avengers (2018) #14

Feb 6, 2019

The art by David Marquez looks amazing. It is beautifully detailed and all of the action is thrilling.

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9.2
Avengers (2018) #15

Feb 21, 2019

The art by David Marquez is great. There are some beautifully detailed panels throughout and the action is both visceral and amazing to look at.

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9.5
Avengers (2018) #16

Mar 7, 2019

The art by David Marquez is beautifully detailed. All of the action scenes look incredible.

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9.5
Avengers (2018) #17

Mar 20, 2019

David Marquez delivers some amazing art throughout this issue. Everything from the character details to the action looks fantastic.

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9.2
Avengers (2018) #18

Apr 25, 2019

Ed McGuinness delivers some amazingly detailed and beautiful art in this issue and everything from the characters to the action looks great.

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9.4
Avengers (2018) #19

May 22, 2019

Ed McGuinness art is out of this world. All of the beautiful splash pages and hero shots make the issue come to life. All of the characters look amazing. A great looking issue from beginning to end.

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8.0
Avengers (2018): Halloween Special #1

Oct 31, 2018

This anthology issue is broken up into five separate stories that explore dark, alternate worlds for the heroes of the Marvel universe.

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8.5
Batman (2016) #36

Dec 5, 2017

There are comparatively love stakes in this issue, but it does a great job of giving the reader some character insights into both Bruce and Clark and how they feel about each other. Worth a read.

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8.7
Batman (2016) #42

Mar 7, 2018

This was a great continuation of the Ivy storyline with some great narrative elements and beautiful art. The banter between Batman and Catwoman is amazing.

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9.2
Batman (2016) #43

Mar 21, 2018

King does a great job of balancing action, adventure and a great psychological study. Worth reading to learn more about Ivy and her role after War of Jokes and Riddles.

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9.3
Batman (2016) #44

Apr 4, 2018

Great dialogue for a very intimate story. Well done all around.

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7.5
Batman (2016) #45

Apr 18, 2018

This was a weird story with some questionable character choices, but interesting enough to make me want to know what happens next.

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8.0
Batman (2016) #46

May 2, 2018

This issue shouldn't work, but it does on several levels. Especially when the narrative leans into the absurdity capping the issue off with a violent bloodbath.

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8.5
Batman (2016) #47

May 16, 2018

This was an intense and messy resolution where no one left untouched by Booster's actions, including Booster himself.

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6.5
Batman (2016) #48

Jun 6, 2018

Too much is going on and no one of it makes sense for Batman. Joker's plan is flimsy at best and his act in the church is quickly brushed aside to give way for too much exposition.

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8.0
Batman (2016) #49

Jun 20, 2018

A really good, solid issue that slows down the action at the right moment to explore some character relationships that set up what's to come.

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9.0
Batman (2016) #50

Jul 4, 2018

A great salute to both the character and relationship of Batman and Catwoman while honoring who they are as people and personas. Great read that opens the door to something interesting on the horizon.

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8.5
Batman (2016) #51

Jul 18, 2018

There are a lot of big concepts being introduced in this issue and they are handled in a way that gives an intriguing contrast between the two worlds of Batman. King has begun another intriguing arc with a really good mystery that challenges the reader.

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9.0
Batman (2016) #52

Aug 1, 2018

Week's art is perfect for this particular story. Using the film noir, gritty style to the visuals really punctuates the mystery aspects of the story and adds an additional outside element that contrasts with Bruce in the jury room. A thoroughly interesting issue that ends on an interesting note as well.

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9.5
Batman (2016) #53

Aug 15, 2018

King does a great job of bringing humanity to Bruce and giving the reader multiple sides of this enduring character. Both the tragedy of Bruce's past and his present are laid out in this issue and Bruce lays out some bitter truths about the Batman and, by extension, himself.

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8.0
Batman (2016) #54

Sep 5, 2018

Tom King continues to deliver something new and interesting with his take on Batman.

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9.0
Batman (2016) #55

Sep 19, 2018

The juxtaposition between the Batman/Nighwing story and the mystery man was well paced and kept me guessing what was going to happen right up until the end.

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9.0
Batman (2016) #56

Oct 3, 2018

The pacing was a little slow, but there was an advantage to it. Slowing down the pace allows for the detective aspects of Batman to come through and it helps to make KGBeast a more interesting and layered character.

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10
Batman (2016) #57

Oct 17, 2018

Tony S Daniel's art is gorgeous. I loved every panel and camera angle in this issue. There are shots of Batman in the snow that make it seem like a living shadow is moving across the snow. Daniel adds some great details in the close ups and those moments flow perfectly with the action.

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9.0
Batman (2016) #58

Nov 7, 2018

An interesting issue from start to finish and worth reading.

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8.7
Batman (2016) #59

Nov 21, 2018

Mikel Janin's art is great in this issue and there are some beautifully brutal moments between Bruce and Bane.

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8.9
Batman (2016) #60

Dec 5, 2018

I never would have predicted that this issue would end on the note that it does. As interesting as the Bane build up has been throughout these issues, the reveal at the end of this issue changes everything and King has done an amazing job of throwing in something completely unexpected.

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9.0
Batman (2016) #61

Dec 19, 2018

Travis Moore's art is amazing. Every character interaction is filled with expressive faces filled with emotion. There's a humanizing quality to those panels and they do a great job of conveying the tone of the story.

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9.6
Batman (2016) #62

Jan 9, 2019

The art by Mitch Gerards is brutal and breathtaking. There is visceral emotion in each panel and the terror and confusion on Batman's face is amazingly rendered. Brilliant art from first panel to last page. I loved it.

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9.7
Batman (2016) #63

Jan 23, 2019

Mikel Janin has some excellent art in this issue and the way he draws Bruce and Selina is inspired.

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8.8
Batman (2016) #64

Feb 6, 2019

Guillem March's art is great. I enjoyed the details and the beauty of the splash pages. Other than a few too many open mouth screams, everything was visually solid.

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9.2
Batman (2016) #65

Feb 20, 2019

Guillen March's art is perfect for this issue. It's filled with drama and beauty both in the character moments and the action. This is a visually dynamic, detailed and stunning issue.

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9.7
Batman (2016) #66

Mar 6, 2019

Jorge Fornes art is beautiful. There are some amazing panels throughout this issue and a truly beautiful splash page towards the end.

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9.5
Batman (2016) #67

Mar 20, 2019

The art by Lee Weeks and Jorge Fornes is fantastic. With the dialogue kept to a minimum and no narration, the art has to pull double duty in telling the story and both artists deliver. The art is visually stunning and the progression of the story is told with grace and beauty through the pace and detail of the panels.

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9.4
Batman (2016) #68

Apr 10, 2019

The art from Conner, Panosian, Timms and Janin is both fun and light. The style does a great job of lulling the reader into embracing the fun and fantastic elements of the story before plunging back into the seriousness of the storyline.

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9.6
Batman (2016) #69

Apr 17, 2019

The art by Yanick Paquette is amazing. The panels depicting Bruce and Selina dancing through his trauma are engaging. They grab the reader's eye and move it across the panels almost in a dance itself. Well done.

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9.2
Batman (2016) #70

May 1, 2019

Mikel Janin and Jorge Fornes do an excellent job of rendering the characters and delivering both mood and emotion through the art. A visually beautiful issue.

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9.4
Batman (2016) #71

May 15, 2019

Mikel Janin and Jorge Fornes deliver on the art with contrasting and complementary art styles for both parts of this story. The transition is amazing and there is a brilliant tonal and emotional shift conveyed through the art.

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9.4
Batman (2016) #72

Jun 5, 2019

Both Mikel Janin and Jorge Fornes bring daring and beautifully detailed visuals to this issue. There are moments of brutal beauty as well as great detailed character moments that draw the reader in.

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8.2
Batman (2016) #73

Jun 19, 2019

Mikel Janin always delivers quality visuals and this issue is no different. Given the setting, Janin does some impressive things with the starkness of the environment and its contrast with the characters.

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8.9
Batman (2016) #74

Jul 10, 2019

Because of the desert setting of this story, Mike Janin moves the camera in for more close up panels of the characters. Stripped of all the outside distractions, the art complements the personal, one on one aspect of the story. The story is about father and son and Janin's art focuses on that to great effect.

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9.8
Batman (2016) #75

Jul 17, 2019

Tony S Daniel and Mitch Gerads bring their A game to this issue and their talent is unmistakable. Daniel has a mastery of detail and it comes through not only in how great the characters look, but in all the small details you cant help admiring in the backgrounds. Gerads delivers some beautiful noir styled gritty art filled with style and tension.

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8.0
Batman (2016): Secret Files #1

Oct 31, 2018

An interesting look at the dynamic between these two detectives and how they work together. It also gives Detective Chimp some fun, character building moments.

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8.9
Batman and the Outsiders (2019) #1

May 8, 2019

Dexter Soys art is amazing. There are some great action panels throughout the issue filled with detail and the art style has a sense of motion and action even in the quiet moments.

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9.0
Batman and the Outsiders (2019) #2

Jun 12, 2019

Dexter Soys art is beautifully intense. Its dark and richly detailed. The tone of the art is the perfect balance to the tone of Hills storytelling and the action scenes are amazing.

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8.6
Batman and the Outsiders (2019) #3

Jul 10, 2019

Dexter Soy's artwork is fantastic. There is a fluidity to the action and the character designs that give the panels a sense of motion. Every panel is full of rich detail and are beautiful to look at.

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8.5
Batman and the Signal #1

Dec 27, 2017

There is a lot of promise in this issue and story. It brings forth a new look at Gotham and a new set of issues for its newest hero.

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9.5
Batman and the Signal #2

Feb 20, 2018

The story in this book continues to be engaging and well written. I am loving the characters and the world that's being created and it is worth exploring in a monthly title.

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9.5
Batman: Creature of the Night #1

Nov 21, 2017

This was a gripping, gritty tale of loss and the reality of it. Even the more fantastic elements only served to highlight the harsh reality of this kid's circumstances. A great read.

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9.0
Batman: Creature of the Night #2

Dec 27, 2017

I love this story and Bruce's journey as he begins to see that there is darkness in his avenging Batman that he wasn't prepared for.

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9.0
Batman: Creature of the Night #3

Apr 17, 2018

Consistently great writing and art with a compelling story that is tragic and engaging.

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9.9
Batman: Last Knight on Earth #1

May 29, 2019

I cant think of anyone else who could have brought this particular story to life visually other than Greg Capullo. From the character interactions to the action, the art perfectly captures the tone and epic scale of this story.

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9.5
Batman: Lost #1

Nov 7, 2017

A tragic tale of an all-too human Bruce Wayne pushing against forces beyond his comprehension while dealing with the demons of his past, present and future.

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5.5
Batman: Prelude to the Wedding: Nightwing vs. Hush #1

Jun 5, 2018

The promise of what this issue could have done is wasted on moments that go nowhere, a villain that has no purchase and an overall plot that seemed thin at best. It took until the end of this issue to get to the real threat that is looming over this wedding. Something that is much more interesting than this story could hope to be. Had it spent more time on the relationship between Bruce and Dick, it would have been more compelling a prelude.

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7.0
Batman: The Dawnbreaker #1

Oct 3, 2017

There are some haunting moments in the story that I wish could have been explored more. The emotional aspects of Bruce as a Lantern get stripped away for shock moments that fail to resonate.

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8.5
Batman: The Devastator #1

Oct 31, 2017

A fun read that hits you in the emotional gut for everyone involved, including the villain at the heart of the story.

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8.0
Batman: The Drowned #1

Oct 18, 2017

A really well done tragic tale that would have been better if some of the more tragic moments were depicted for the viewer.

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8.5
Batman: The Merciless #1

Oct 24, 2017

Well done tragic tale that makes this turn by Bruce all the more plausible when weighed against his war on crime. Would have liked to see more of the story between Bruce and Diana to give it more emotional resonance.

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10
Batman: The Murder Machine #1

Sep 26, 2017

This is a great one-shot comic that fleshes out the world of Metal while giving a great contextual back story to one of its villains.

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7.4
Batman: Universe #1

Jul 10, 2019

Nick Deringtons art is fantastic. There is a point of view sequence in the beginning that is breathtaking and every page after that contains something special.

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9.0
Batman: Who Laughs #1

Nov 14, 2017

The story is a beautifully, violent masterpiece with all the tragedy stripped away and what's left is a Batman without conscience or remorse. His acts are appalling and solidify his spot as the leader of the Dark Knights.

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8.0
Batwoman (2017) #1

Mar 15, 2017

This is a solid first issue of a story that has a decidedly noir feel to it. The writing and artwork meld together perfectly and the beats are executed well enough to attract me to read the next issue.

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8.5
Batwoman (2017) #2

Apr 19, 2017

The story continues to be compelling as it opens up new avenues with the introduction of new characters and the flashbacks to Kate's introductions to these potential allies. The artwork is great and really helps propel the story along and the VO moments are some of the best I've read so far. Continually engaging.

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9.5
Batwoman (2017) #3

May 17, 2017

This is a great thriller with well-done character development and a plot that engages. The artwork is beautiful and I can't wait for the next issue.

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8.5
Batwoman (2017) #4

Jun 21, 2017

This is a great series that I continue to enjoy. The story continues to be engaging and exciting and the artwork draws you in visually

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8.0
Batwoman (2017) #7

Sep 19, 2017

A great ongoing story that is allowing the reader to take the journey along with Batwoman. Great artwork makes smooth transition between flashback and present day action. Cover was a little too spoilery for me.

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8.5
Batwoman (2017) #8

Oct 18, 2017

A consistently good read that allows for good action moments and great character development.

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8.0
Batwoman (2017) #9

Nov 14, 2017

This issue was a satisfying continuation of the story that is diving deep into the past of Kate Kane and giving the reader great insight into the character.

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9.7
Batwoman (2017) #12

Feb 20, 2018

I continue to be impressed with how engaged I am with this book and its characters. The story is great and the characters continue to evolve in great ways.

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7.0
Batwoman (2017) #16

Jun 19, 2018

There is some great art and details in this issue, but if this were my first introduction to Batwoman as a character or my first Batwoman comic to pick up, I would have a hard time finding something in her portrayal in this issue to compel me to read the next issue.

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6.0
Batwoman (2017) #17

Jul 18, 2018

Blanco's art is serviceable to the narrative, but there are moments where it feels like the art is too subdued because there isn't much going on in the story and that's a shame. The framing of many of the panels is great, but the art felt like it was gearing up for moments that never happened.

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8.5
Big Trouble In Little China: Old Man Jack #2

Oct 26, 2017

Jack Burton is back and he has missed several steps. But that will not deter him from his search for a good time. Even teaming up an old enemy won't keep Jack down for too long in this fun story that keeps Jack memorable.

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8.0
Big Trouble In Little China: Old Man Jack #10

Jun 27, 2018

A fun read that makes sure that there are enough funny moments to make Jack Burton continue to be an endearing character.

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8.7
Bitter Root #1

Nov 14, 2018

There is a lot going on in this first issue and Walker and Brown do a great job of creating the atmosphere and world these characters inhabit.

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9.8
Bitter Root #2

Dec 12, 2018

The second issue of this series is entertaining and the broader story that is being developed continues to be both interesting and entertaining.

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9.7
Bitter Root #3

Jan 9, 2019

The backdrop of Harlem in the 20's continues to add an additional layer of significance to the story. There is some real world pain mixed in with this fantasy story and those visuals have a visceral feeling to them. Great work by Sanford Greene on the look of this issue and series.

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9.5
Bitter Root #4

Feb 20, 2019

Sanford Greene's art is stunning. So many of the panels are filled with rich details and amazing composition. All of the action is great and melds perfectly with the tone of the story.

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9.6
Bitter Root #5

Mar 20, 2019

Sanford Greene's beautiful artwork perfectly complements the tone of the story and makes everything look amazing through details and composition that engage visually.

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8.5
Black Badge #1

Aug 8, 2018

There isn't a lot of action in this issue but there is potential for some really interesting action beats to come.

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8.5
Black Badge #2

Sep 19, 2018

There are secrets on top of secrets with this group and Kindt does a great job with the tone of this issue. Everything is matter of fact and the audience is expected to keep up because the plot is not stopping.

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8.0
Black Badge #3

Oct 17, 2018

Matt Kindt continues to fascinate with this series. There are so many intense twists and turns that keep the reader interested and invested in both the characters and the world they inhabit.

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8.2
Black Badge #5

Dec 19, 2018

The story is getting more exciting as the stakes are being raised and secrets finally revealed.

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9.0
Black Lightning: Cold Dead Hands #1

Oct 31, 2017

A solid first issue that sets up some personal and interpersonal conflicts as well as a villain that seems like a challenge to the hero on more than one front.

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8.0
Black Panther (2016) #166

Oct 25, 2017

This issue is all about the rise of Klaw and how his mission is more than money or power. It will be interesting to see the final showdown between Klaw and Black Panther play out.

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9.0
Black Panther (2016) #167

Nov 22, 2017

Coates has written an engaging and entertaining story in both Klaw's journey as well as T'Challa's search for the truth. Worth reading.

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9.0
Black Panther (2018) #1

May 23, 2018

A great story and deep mystery is unfolding in this issue and the story seems to be leading to some interesting places thematically.

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8.5
Black Panther (2018) #2

Jun 27, 2018

A great continuation of the first issue with some awesome character moments punctuated by amazing art.

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6.5
Black Panther (2018) #3

Aug 22, 2018

The beginning of this issue was promising. It looked like it was going to delve deeper into the mystery of T'Challa, how he lost his memories and what his connection to the empire of Wakanda is. Unfortunately, the story veered into a standard action story with the invasion of the base and everything that was building from a character perspective got pushed to the side for the sake of introducing a new villain.

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6.5
Black Panther (2018) #4

Sep 26, 2018

There is a lot of action in this issue and I like that there is an actual sense of kinship between the characters. Unfortunately, not a lot actually happens in this issue.

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8.0
Black Panther (2018) #5

Oct 31, 2018

Stripped away of the action, this issue is a very good story that moves the human drama and character evolution along in a way that both keeps the story interesting, but also signals that there is something bigger coming in the next issue.

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8.6
Black Panther (2018) #6

Nov 29, 2018

Jen Bartel's art was breathtaking. There are so many beautiful panels filled with rich details. I loved the look of this issue a lot.

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9.0
Black Panther (2018) #7

Dec 13, 2018

Coates is taking his time to tell a story from different perspectives with rising stakes for some characters and possible revelations for others. After last weeks N'Jadaka centric story, it was important to get back to a sense of the larger story outside the interpersonal and conflicts and character journeys.

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9.4
Black Panther (2018) #8

Jan 16, 2019

Kev Walkers art is amazing. The characters are given great depth of emotion on their faces and the issue has some impressive visual details throughout, especially in the backgrounds.

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8.5
Black Panther (2018) #9

Feb 27, 2019

The art by Kev Walker is great and the visuals are what became the saving grace of a story that, if taken out of the arc itself, would not be particularly missed.

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6.5
Black Panther (2018) #10

Mar 28, 2019

The art by Kev Walker is great and frankly, is the only thing holding this issue together in my opinion. What little dialogue there is better conveyed through Walkers art.

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9.8
Black Widow (2019) #1

Jan 16, 2019

The art by Flaviano is vibrant and beautifully detailed. Widow is given a power and grace in her movements especially in the fight scenes. A visually stunning first issue.

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9.4
Black Widow (2019) #2

Feb 22, 2019

Flavianos art is bursting with detail and energy. Almost every page feels like it is in motion because of the brilliant details and camera angels. There is so much of this issue that looks great.

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9.4
Black Widow (2019) #3

Mar 28, 2019

Flavianos art is amazing and captures the characters perfectly.

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9.8
Black Widow (2019) #4

Apr 25, 2019

Flaviano's art is stylish and beautiful and masterfully combines sincere emotion and unbridled rage, especially with Nat.

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9.8
Black Widow (2019) #5

May 15, 2019

Flavianos art is intense and beautiful. Its filled with energy and the way the panel are composed gives a sense of speed and movement throughout the issue.

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9.0
Bone Parish #1

Jul 25, 2018

Cullen Bunn has written a haunting first issue of this series.

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9.0
Bone Parish #2

Aug 29, 2018

This story continues to be compelling as it builds this strange and interesting world for these characters to inhabit. Cullen Bunn has crafted characters worth caring about and relationships that are intriguing to explore.

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9.0
Bone Parish #3

Sep 26, 2018

Not only does Bunn increase the tension in this issue, but the story transitions from the deeper mystery to a bigger story really well.

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10
Bone Parish #4

Oct 31, 2018

Jonas Scharf's art in this issue is pitch perfect to the tone and sentiment of this story.

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9.7
Bone Parish #5

Dec 28, 2018

Even without the great dialogue, there is an emotional and powerful story being told in the art of this issue.

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9.7
Bone Parish #6

Jan 30, 2019

Jonas Scharf's art in this issue is beautiful in its details and each page builds to the dramatic conclusion.

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9.7
Bone Parish #7

Feb 27, 2019

Jonas Scharf is mesmerizing with his art in this issue. There are so many great panels that convey emotion. One of the best pages is right when Simon arrives at the Winters house and Grace is cloaked in shadow. The next panel has her coming out of the darkness and it hits you emotionally because you dont know whats about to happen next, but you anticipate something interesting and unexpected.

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9.5
Bone Parish #8

Mar 27, 2019

Jonas Scharfs art is gripping, powerful and beautiful. The way the panels are laid out and how they perfectly match the tone of the story is amazing. A great issue that promises interesting things to come.

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9.5
Bone Parish #9

May 22, 2019

Jonas Scharf creates some beautiful moments in this issue that showcase the tension as well as the gritty darkness the characters are living and operating in.

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9.6
Bone Parish #10

Jun 26, 2019

Jonas Scharfs art is beautiful. It perfectly matches the tone and style of this kind of noir type story. All of the characters look amazing and even the most brutal moments throughout the story have a sense of violent beauty about them.

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8.0
Books of Magic (2018) #1

Oct 24, 2018

The first issue of Books of Magic starts a little slow, but it crafting an interesting story, especially in the first few pages.

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8.5
Books of Magic (2018) #2

Nov 28, 2018

The art in this issue is great. There are some beautifully detailed panels in this issue and the art has a great flow with the tone of the story.

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9.0
Books of Magic (2018) #3

Jan 2, 2019

Tom Fowler's art continues to add some impressive and detailed visuals to this story. There are several vibrant and well done panels that showcase the emotions of the characters in the scene as well as the beauty of the world of magic.

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9.5
Books of Magic (2018) #4

Jan 30, 2019

Tom Fowler continues to deliver quality art in every page. From facial expressions to minor details, there is always something visually to catch your eye.

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9.7
Books of Magic (2018) #5

Feb 27, 2019

Tom Fowler's beautiful artwork continues to capture the imagination. I was interested in seeing his interpretation of the Dreaming through the visual style of this book and was not disappointed. Everything looked amazing.

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9.6
Books of Magic (2018) #6

Mar 27, 2019

Tom Fowlers art is amazing and all of the characters look awesome as well as the detailed, vibrant backgrounds.

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9.2
Books of Magic (2018) #7

Apr 24, 2019

Tom Fowler and Brian Churilla really engage the reader with the art in the issue. If the story has a sense of immediacy to it, the art helps move the story forward with scenes that engage the reader in movement and action.

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8.7
Books of Magic (2018) #9

Jun 26, 2019

Tom Fowlers art is magnificent. All of the characters pop on the page and there is an otherworldly style to it that gives the action an emotional impact.

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8.8
Buffy the Vampire Slayer (2019) #1

Jan 23, 2019

Dan Mora has some beautiful art in this first issue. All of the characters look great and there is an amazing sequence in the cemetery that allows the art to standout.

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9.5
Buffy the Vampire Slayer (2019) #2

Feb 27, 2019

Dan Moras art is amazing. The visuals are great and all of the characters looks fantastic.

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9.5
Buffy the Vampire Slayer (2019) #3

Mar 13, 2019

Dan Mora's art is amazing. All of the pages are filled with beautiful details and the action is great.

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9.0
Buffy the Vampire Slayer (2019) #4

Apr 17, 2019

Dan Mora's art is perfect in this issue. All of the characters look amazing and there are some great details in their expressions and facial features.

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9.5
Calamity Kate #1

Mar 13, 2019

Corin Howell's art is fantastic. There are so many amazingly detailed action scenes and the fights are brutally beautiful.

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8.8
Calamity Kate #2

Apr 17, 2019

The art by Corin Howell is great. All of the fight scenes are great and are full of energy. It's a beautiful looking issue.

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9.8
Calamity Kate #3

May 15, 2019

Corin Howell delivers with the intense, beautiful and kinetic art throughout this issue.

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0.8
Calamity Kate #4

Jun 12, 2019

Corin Howell's art is amazing. Everything looked incredibly detailed and both the action and character moments worked exceedingly well.

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7.0
Captain America (2017) #695

Nov 1, 2017

This is a fun return to the legacy of Steve Rogers. His quest for redemption is a worthy one. I just hope it challenges him more in the future than this issue did.

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9.5
Captain America (2017) #696

Dec 6, 2017

Captain America doing what needs to be done while trying to find a new status quo for himself post Secret Empire. Worth a read.

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8.4
Captain America (2017) #697

Jan 3, 2018

Another classic Steve Rogers story that takes the hero on another mission that has some serious stakes at the end.

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9.0
Captain America (2017) #698

Feb 14, 2018

A classic trope for Steve Rogers is used to start a story about twisting the ideals of America to suit the needs of the chosen few while giving Steve a new mission and challenge.

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9.3
Captain America (2017) #699

Mar 9, 2018

I love the classic action and character moments in this issue. Anything that shows the indomitable will of Steve Rogers is a good things and I'm looking forward to issue 700

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9.5
Captain America (2017) #700

Apr 11, 2018

This issue has some classic storytelling from Waid and Samnee and it showcases not only what kind of hero Cap is, but why his example inspires others. Great read.

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7.5
Captain America (2017) #701

May 2, 2018

This was a great showcase for some classic Cap moments in an issue dealing with Steve Rogers legacy.

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6.5
Captain America (2017) #702

May 16, 2018

There is a better story to be told in this issue, but the focus that was chosen takes away from what was a pretty compelling opening. Hope the next issue is more exciting.

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7.0
Captain America (2017) #703

Jun 6, 2018

I want to like this storyline, but there are too many issues with the main character that prevent me from seeing the potential of him being heroic or even useful. Hopefully, this story finds its voice and does something great.

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6.0
Captain America (2017) #704

Jun 20, 2018

This arc was problematic from the start and while there was a really great moment in the third act that shaped an alright conclusion, there was no process with the character that would have led to that moment.

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9.0
Captain America (2018) #1

Jul 4, 2018

There are a lot of elements involved in this issue and it handles them well. A lot of great moments that showcase Steve Rogers as a hero and even some interesting interpersonal conflict create a really good first issue that doesn't lose sight of the action.

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9.0
Captain America (2018) #2

Aug 1, 2018

There's not a lot of action in this issue past the first few pages, but Yu does a great job of keeping the pacing of the story moving with the visuals. The complement each other well and seem to be working in tandem to tell an increasingly complex story.

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8.5
Captain America (2018) #3

Sep 5, 2018

Yu does some fantastic art in this issue and the shadow and details used in the shots of Cap really hammer home the drama and personal conflict Steve is facing. It's never morose, but it does allow for a level of introspection that really complements the story being told.

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8.0
Captain America (2018) #4

Oct 10, 2018

Leinil Francsis Yu has some great art in this issue and the use of shadows and the details in the backgrounds do a great job of conveying the dangerous nature of Steve's surroundings. Well done.

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8.0
Captain America (2018) #5

Nov 14, 2018

Coates continues to tell a dark, immersive and expanding story for Captain America.

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9.0
Captain America (2018) #6

Dec 19, 2018

Leinil Francis Yu's art is amazing. There are some really great character moments and expressions that help to elevate the story with visual tension.

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9.4
Captain America (2018) #7

Jan 30, 2019

Adam Kubert's art is amazing. There are some beautiful details in every page and the art perfectly captures the serious tone of this story.

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9.2
Captain America (2018) #9

Apr 4, 2019

The art by Adam Kubert looks great. The characters look amazing and the action in the prison riot is fantastic.

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9.5
Captain America (2018) #10

May 8, 2019

Adam Kuberts art perfectly matches the subdued tone of this story. All of the panels are richly detailed and the style is beautiful.

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9.2
Captain America (2018) #11

Jun 19, 2019

Adam Kubert delivers some thrilling moments throughout the pages of this issue. There are great action beats throughout as well giving the story a sense of movement.

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7.5
Captain Marvel (2017) #126

Nov 22, 2017

The action was really good. The story was interesting and an interesting continuation of the current arc. It will be interesting to see what twists are coming next.

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9.5
Captain Marvel (2019) #1

Jan 9, 2019

I was blown away by Carmen Carneros art in this issue. All of the characters are dynamic in their details and look great on the page. There are some great moments in this issue and the rising actions leads to a beautiful final panel.

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8.0
Captain Marvel (2019) #2

Feb 13, 2019

Carmen Carnero delivers some amazing art in this issue. Everything looks great and the characters look powerful and capable. The pace and tone of the story really allows for Carnero to push the action in the art and it works.

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9.4
Captain Marvel (2019) #3

Mar 20, 2019

Carmen Carneros art is fantastic throughout and both the character details and action art perfectly rendered.

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9.6
Captain Marvel (2019) #4

Apr 10, 2019

Carmen Carnero delivers some fantastic art in this issue with beautiful character designs and amazing fight scenes throughout.

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9.2
Captain Marvel (2019) #5

May 8, 2019

Carmen Carnero really delivers with the art in this issue. Every page is richly detailed and all of the action looks amazing.

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8.0
Captain Marvel (2019) #7

Jun 19, 2019

Annapaola Martello takes a lighter tone to the art in this issue and it works with the tone of the story itself. There is a funny sequence with Widow in the background during a dialogue heavy scene that is one of the only moments where the background is utilized. Almost all of the art is focused on the characters which is effective for highlighting the characters, but takes away a sense of space and location.

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9.4
Captain Marvel (2019) #8

Jul 17, 2019

Carmen Carneros art is amazing. The characters look great. The action is fantastic. There is a sequence between Spider-Woman and Carol that is thrilling from panel to panel. A great, vibrant looking issue.

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8.0
Charlies Angels (2018) #1

Jun 20, 2018

A fun first issue that keeps the aesthetics of the original series while crafting a new story with an interesting mystery forming.

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8.0
Charlies Angels (2018) #2

Jul 18, 2018

This is a fun issue helps to move the bigger story along as well as establish an interesting mystery.

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8.0
Charlies Angels (2018) #3

Aug 10, 2018

This issue continues the fun and lightness of the overall story and Layman continues to bring a really great balance between the seriousness of the story and the lighter aspects of the characters and the time period.

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7.5
Charlies Angels (2018) #4

Sep 12, 2018

In the penultimate issue of this story, Layman continues to have fun with the characters, tropes and sensibilities of the original series and that continues to be the factor that keeps this story fun.

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8.5
Charlies Angels (2018) #5

Oct 31, 2018

This was a fun finale that wrapped up an enjoyable storyline.

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8.5
Cloak and Dagger (2018) #1

Jun 6, 2018

This is a really good first issue that does some great character building and conflict creation. Really want to see where it goes.

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9.0
Cold Spots #1

Aug 22, 2018

Cold Spots #1 definitely hits all of the emotional and visual cues to craft an interesting and scary story.

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9.0
Cold Spots #2

Sep 26, 2018

Bunn has crafted a really good ghost story and mystery with this second issue. It takes everything that worked with the first issue and amplifies it.

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9.0
Cold Spots #3

Oct 24, 2018

This issue of Cold Spots packs a punch both story-wise and visually.

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9.0
Cold Spots #4

Nov 21, 2018

In the penultimate issue of Cold Spots, Cullen Bunn adds an extremely scary and unexpected new element into the story.

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8.9
Cold Spots #5

Dec 19, 2018

Bunn has closed this chapter of the story extremely well. Not everything is clean and there he's left open a world of possibilities for these characters and this world. I look forward to seeing where the story goes next and how it evolves with the foundation Bunn has laid with this series.

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9.8
Conan the Barbarian (2019) #1

Jan 2, 2019

Mahmud Asrar's art is stunning in this issue. There is an astounding level of detail to this book and the violence is both savage and beautiful. I was blown away with how good this book looks as well as how fun it was to read. Can't wait to see what happens next.

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9.2
Conan the Barbarian (2019) #2

Jan 16, 2019

Mahmud Asrars art is astounding. There is both beauty and savagery in every page and Asrar finds the perfect balance between the two in the issue.

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9.6
Conan the Barbarian (2019) #3

Feb 6, 2019

Mahmud Asrars art is the perfect complement to Aarons words. Every panel is beautifully detailed and the characters look great. There is a brutal beauty to how the panels and the action beats are phenomenal.

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9.6
Conan the Barbarian (2019) #4

Mar 7, 2019

Gerardo Zaffino's art is detailed, beautiful and brutal. There are so many amazing action panels throughout that the savagery of the character is brought forth for the reader.

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9.0
Cosmic Ghost Rider #1

Jul 4, 2018

This first issue is a brutal, fun portrait of a man who's core is vengeance and neither time, death or destiny will keep him from it. Cates nails Frank Castle's essence in the first few pages and starts an intense journey that can only get stranger.

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8.0
Cosmic Ghost Rider #2

Aug 1, 2018

What makes the story even more compelling is that Cates is not afraid to try something new or lean into the insanity enough so that you want to follow him where he's leading you as a reader.

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9.5
Cosmic Ghost Rider #3

Sep 5, 2018

Cates is going all out with this story and that's what makes it work so well.

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8.0
Cosmic Ghost Rider #4

Oct 3, 2018

The story in this issue is deeper than some of the others, but it still maintains the craziness and humor that have made this series so good.

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8.8
Cosmic Ghost Rider #5

Nov 14, 2018

As fun an exciting as the story is, the visuals by Dylan Burnett add and enhance every page with both the kinetic style of the action and the detailed and fun facial expressions.

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8.5
Cosmic Ghost Rider Destroys Marvel History #4

Jun 10, 2019

Todd Nauck has an interesting and fun style that feels a little out of place for Frank, but works well for the tone of this story and issue. The panels of Frank back in World War II are great looking, especially with the pseudo-newsprint style of the pages.

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6.5
Cosmic Ghost Rider Destroys Marvel History #5

Jul 3, 2019

Nathan Stockmans art is great. It definitely matched the tone and style of the story being told. The flashback moments looked amazing in both detail and character.

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9.4
Criminal (2019) #1

Jan 9, 2019

Sean Phillips' art is complementary to the tone and style of this story. It has a stark, detailed style that shows the characters as rough people in a rough world. Great art throughout.

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9.4
Criminal (2019) #2

Feb 13, 2019

Sean Phillips art is beautifully gritty and detailed. There is so much visually to take in and the convention panels are filled with some incredibly fun background details.

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9.2
Criminal (2019) #3

Mar 20, 2019

Sean Phillips does great work with the art and continues a film noir style that is very atmospheric.

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9.0
Criminal (2019) #5

Jun 5, 2019

The Art: Sean Phillips delivers stunning art in this issue. The characters are detailed beautifully and the panels perfectly match the gritty, film noir style of the story.

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8.0
Crowded #1

Aug 15, 2018

ou find yourself empathizing with Vita as Charlie, her life and her secrets become annoying and tiresome. It's a testament to the writing that I was able to have such a visceral reaction to a character from the first issue. Sebela draws the reader in with these characters and sets up some really intriguing mysteries to come.

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8.5
Crowded #2

Sep 12, 2018

The concept and humor of this issue are its strong points. There is great dialogue and the characters are solid. Even though there is still nothing to like about Charlie as a character, I found myself connecting to the character through Vita.

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8.0
Crowded #3

Oct 10, 2018

I continue to find myself immersed in the world of this story as well as the characters in it. This issue moved a little slower than the previous ones, but it does balance itself with more story development.

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8.2
Crowded #4

Nov 7, 2018

Ro Stein's art is great. It is kinetic and fun with some dramatic and effective camera angles in many of the panels. Angles that ramp up both the tension and the fun of the story. Can't wait to see where this goes next.

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8.7
Crowded #5

Dec 5, 2018

The art continues to be dynamic and beautiful. Stein draws some kinetic and energetic action scenes in this issue and this series as a whole.

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8.7
Crowded #6

Jan 4, 2019

Sebela is upping the ante on both the thrills and action in this issue. Not only is the drama of the chase compelling, but the human drama continues to be interesting to read as well.

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9.4
Crowded #7

Jul 3, 2019

Ro Stein and Ted Brandt deliver some incredibly detailed art. All of the panels look great and the action is fantastic. There are some great cinema-style moments in the action and the art has a sense of immediacy and movement.

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8.5
Daredevil (2015) #595

Nov 8, 2017

This is a true to form, almost classic style Daredevil story with Matt going up against Kingpin. It will be interesting to see how Matt overcomes a city that's siding with the Kingpin. Great, clean artwork throughout adds to the tension in many scenes.

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9.5
Daredevil (2015) #596

Dec 14, 2017

Classic Daredevil/Kingpin action with a twist for both Fisk and Murdock.

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8.4
Daredevil (2015) #597

Jan 10, 2018

An interesting premise that is being executed well with enough intrigue to keep me interested to see what's next.

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9.5
Daredevil (2015) #598

Feb 7, 2018

The Mayor Fisk storyline continues to be extremely well written and tense. I loved the tension between Fisk and Murdock and the competing mysteries of Muse and Fisk are engaging.

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9.8
Daredevil (2015) #599

Feb 21, 2018

This story continues to grow in new and exciting ways and the last panel peaked my interest in what's coming next.

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9.2
Daredevil (2015) #600

Mar 28, 2018

This was a great issue throughout with some well done dialogue and great art. The surprise at the end of the issue came out of nowhere and got my attention.

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8.5
Daredevil (2015) #601

Apr 18, 2018

Soule does a great job of keeping the tension of the Hand and their agenda as well as let Matt have a little fun dismantling why Kingpin has created in the city.

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9.0
Daredevil (2015) #602

May 16, 2018

There is some great story in this issue both from the interactions between Matt and Foggy and the increasing tension of the action outside. The final page does a great job of making me interested in what comes next.

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8.0
Daredevil (2015) #603

May 30, 2018

This issue is well crafted from all sides and tells an interesting story about Matt having to make deals with some smaller devils to help defeat the Beast.

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8.5
Daredevil (2015) #604

Jun 20, 2018

This arc continues to build on the great story started in the Mayor Fisk storyline and the end of this issue creates a new wrinkle for Daredevil and company.

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8.0
Daredevil (2015) #605

Jul 11, 2018

This issue had a good ending and a great setup for what's to come next. I just wished that many of the character arcs that led to this story were resolved a little more.

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8.0
Daredevil (2015) #609

Oct 17, 2018

Phil Noto's art is amazing. It perfectly captures the tone of this story and I loved the style and how it evolved over the issue.

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8.5
Daredevil (2015) #610

Oct 31, 2018

Phil Noto's art is amazing. I love the shift in tone between the first few panels with Elektra and the details in the chase sequence.

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8.0
Daredevil (2015) #611

Nov 14, 2018

Soule is continuing to make things both interesting and difficult for Matt Murdock and that struggle is producing some great intensity in this series.

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9.5
Daredevil (2015) #612

Nov 28, 2018

What bolstered both elements of this story was the stunning art by Phil Noto. Both the style and tone of the art and colors played into the reveal perfectly. There are moments that are hauntingly beautiful in this issue and this made me go back and re-read the entire arc again. Well done.

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9.0
Dark Days: The Casting #1

Jul 12, 2017

This story continues to engross and engage the reader with all of the call backs to the DC universe as well as crafting a mystery that gets deeper and more compelling as you read. Both the writing and art continue to showcase the best of both the genre and the DC Comics universe of heroes.

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10
Dark Days: The Forge #1

Jun 14, 2017

There is nothing I don't like so far about this story. The mystery is deep and rich. The characters are well done and are given purpose and purchase. The artwork is amazing from page to page. The revelations are both exciting and foreboding. I want to know where this is going and what it means in the larger continuity.

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9.5
Dark Knights Rising: The Wild Hunt #1

Feb 13, 2018

A great read that continues the tradition of showing love for the entire DC Comics universe while crafting a story that is both hopeful and tragic.

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10
Dark Nights: Metal #1

Aug 15, 2017

A great read that reinforces what is great about these characters and takes more steps towards an intriguing mystery that no one can predict. The artwork is beautiful and evocative with every character and background being rendered with dynamic details.

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10
Dark Nights: Metal #2

Sep 12, 2017

This story continues to ratchet up the action, thrills and mystery. Snyder and Capullo have crafted an epic love letter to the DC universe and I can't wait to see how it expands in the next issue.

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9.5
Dark Nights: Metal #3

Oct 10, 2017

The descent into darkness truly seems to begin in this issue and the writing and art reflect the fact that things are getting worse for the heroes involved, while at the same time conveying some possible hope.

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9.0
Dark Nights: Metal #4

Dec 19, 2017

Another engaging chapter to a story that is both changing the DC universe in many ways while also reminding readers about what they love about the DC universe as a whole.

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10
Dark Nights: Metal #5

Jan 30, 2018

An amazing story that moves with great pace showcasing amazing art that is visually stunning to look at.

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10
Dark Nights: Metal #6

Mar 27, 2018

This is a great conclusion to a truly epic story. It concludes on a note that affirms everything you love about DC Comics.

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7.0
Darkhawk (2017) #51

Nov 29, 2017

A fun blast from the past that has the potential to be more.

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8.5
DC Nation (2018) #0

May 1, 2018

The final story is a prequel to Scott Snyder's Justice League: No Justice arc and it finds Batman at the mercy of Brainiac as the new teams are shown on their new missions. Batman's team is apparently freeing a group OF multiverse criminals while Superman's team is going after a giant space brain, Wonder Woman's team are taking out space ghosts and Cyborg's team is trying to hack an entire planet. There are some great story moments in this vignette and it has a good balance of holding back on the bigger plot while dazzlingthe reader with the characters and their interactions.

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6.0
DC/Hanna-Barbera: Adam Strange/Future Quest #1

Mar 29, 2017

There really doesn't seem to be much reason for this story. It doesn't illuminate anything for any of the characters and the resolution to the story doesn't illicit any emotion. I think this is a good idea for a story that just didn't find itself.

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7.5
DC/Hanna-Barbera: Green Lantern/Huckleberry Hound #1

Oct 30, 2018

Leonardi does great work with the art in the issue and conveys a gritty style that matches the seriousness of the subject matter.

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7.5
DC/Hanna-Barbera: Super Sons/Dynomutt Special #1

May 30, 2018

The story has some really good pacing as the action seems to happen naturally. There are some great moments in this story where you strip away the historical absurdity of these characters and find something tangible in their interpretation. Something that could lend itself to an ongoing series. The story and action beats work really well together and there is some real emotion in this story, especially in the history of both Blue Falcon and Dynomutt. Taking these characters seriously is a tightrope walk, but Tomasi is able to do it in a manner that makes sense with the characters and in context with the DC universe.

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8.0
DC/Hanna-Barbera: Green Lantern/Space Ghost #1

Mar 29, 2017

A well told super hero team up story that doesn't devolve into clich with a relatively hopeful ending. Gorgeously rendered artwork draws you in and keeps you looking from panel to panel to catch all the fine detail.

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7.0
DC/Hanna-Barbera: Superman/Top Cat #1

Oct 31, 2018

This is a fun issue with a relatively benign story with low stakes.

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8.0
DC/Looney Tunes: The Joker/Daffy Duck #1

Aug 28, 2018

This story was definitely the most cartoony of the pair. It had the look and feel of an episode of Batman: TAS and that made it work as a story. It wasn't trying to break new ground with the characters and did a really good job of pushing the absurdity in their interactions. A really fun interlude in this issue.

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7.0
DC/Looney Tunes: Lex Luthor/Porky Pig #1

Aug 28, 2018

This was a fun and funny short to end the issue and I really enjoyed the classic cartoon look to it including the cameos by the mad scientists of the Loony Tunes world. Could definitely see this story as an animated short.

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9.0
DCeased #1

May 1, 2019

Trevor Hairsine, James Harren and Stefano Gaudiano do amazing work with the art in this issue.

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9.7
DCeased #2

Jun 5, 2019

The Art: Trevor Hairsine brings some beautiful art work to this issue. The dark, gritty style of the story is perfectly presented by Hairsine's art.

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9.6
DCeased #3

Jul 3, 2019

Trevor Hairsine knocks it out of the park with the art in both the action scenes and the character-centric ones. All of the characters touched by this tragedy are given somber, beautifully drawn visual moments that tug at the heartstrings.

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7.0
Dead Inside #2

Jan 24, 2017

Dead Inside is starting well. The mystery at the heart of the story is interesting and the artwork is on pace with the plotting. The plot itself moves a little too slowly in areas and there are moments that lay flat on the page, but it is an interesting story that I will continue to read.

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8.0
Dead Rabbit #1

Oct 3, 2018

John McCrea's art in this issue is great. I liked the way he framed a scene and how cinematic every panel looked as your eyes moved across the page. A good first issue.

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8.5
Dead Rabbit #2

Nov 7, 2018

There is gritty realism in this story that adds a new dimension to the plot and the characters.

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7.0
Deadman (2017) #2

Dec 5, 2017

Adams has gotten my attention with this story and even more so with the supporting cast of characters that he has added to Boston Brand.

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7.0
Deadpool (2015) #36

Sep 13, 2017

Wade is not happy, but still making jokes as he tries to piece some kind of life together in the aftermath of Secret Empire.

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8.0
Deadpool (2018) #1

Jun 6, 2018

This is a solid first issue for the new team behind Deadpool and they are crafting s fun and funny story that has some pretty interesting stakes for both Wade and the planet.

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8.6
Deadpool (2018) #6

Nov 7, 2018

Skottie Young crafts a fun and funny slice of life issue for Wade Wilson to live through.

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7.5
Death Be Damned #1

Feb 8, 2017

A good, if slow start to the story. The characters have a lot of depth to them and hopefully we'll learn that in the next issue. The art is minimal and perfectly balanced to the story. The next issue will probably determine whether or not I stick with it until the end.

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8.5
Death Be Damned #2

Mar 28, 2017

The continuation of this story moves well, weaving stories of love, loss and revenge together in a way that's satisfying and engaging. The artwork is really well done and there are moments that the artist captures moments of haunting beauty.

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8.5
Death Be Damned #3

Apr 18, 2017

The story continues to be engrossing and engaging. The artwork works really well with the narrative and I hope the writers end the story as well as they've crafted it so far.

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9.5
Death Be Damned #4

May 23, 2017

A thrilling, tragic conclusion to a well plotted story of revenge and loss. The artwork flows beautifully with the tension of the story and the action that it required. Definitely a must read.

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8.8
Despicable Deadpool #287

Oct 11, 2017

The Merc may still have a mouth, but he's no longer using it to be a good guy anymore. Deadpool is returning to his villainous nature and getting ready to do the wrong thing for the right reasons (at least to him). The story is really good at mining Wade's desperation and the artwork is vicious and gorgeous.

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8.5
Despicable Deadpool #288

Oct 25, 2017

Absurdity aside, this issue reminds readers that Deadpool got to where he is through skill and intellect and Cable knows it. Which makes Wade more dangerous than he's given credit for.

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9.5
Despicable Deadpool #289

Nov 8, 2017

Both the writer and artist leaned into the absurdity of this issue with an abandon that is refreshing and fun to witness. This book was fun to read from start to finish.

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8.0
Despicable Deadpool #290

Dec 13, 2017

Deadppol and Cable take their on again off again friendship to the end of the universe and its a fun to see how they get there.

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8.8
Despicable Deadpool #291

Dec 27, 2017

This is a fun issue that deals with time travel in a way that acknowledges how annoying it is while also allowing Wade to continue to desperately try to fix everything he's messed up and in his own way.

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8.0
Despicable Deadpool #292

Jan 10, 2018

Deadpool is not the hero of this story. He's not acting like one and the acts he commits in it solidify that fact. This is a pretty tense issue with some great back and forth with HYDRA Steve.

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8.5
Despicable Deadpool #293

Jan 31, 2018

This was a fun sidetrack from the Stryfe storyline and it gives some emotional resonance to Wade's actions. It was a little too earnest in moments, but overall worth a read.

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8.4
Despicable Deadpool #294

Feb 14, 2018

A fun issue that took an interesting and well paced detour from Wade's current problems.

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8.5
Despicable Deadpool #295

Feb 28, 2018

I like the fact that Deadpool is not the good guy in this story and there is some real interesting moments in this story that affirm Wade as a character worth reading.

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8.5
Despicable Deadpool #296

Mar 14, 2018

Deadpool gets some things off his chest. Steve remains stalwart and Wade decides to knock Cap down a peg or tewo in this issue.

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8.7
Despicable Deadpool #297

Mar 28, 2018

Consistently funny stories and great art make for an entertaining issue that's setting up something big.

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8.0
Despicable Deadpool #298

Apr 13, 2018

A consistently engaging and funny book.

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7.5
Despicable Deadpool #299

Apr 25, 2018

A good issue that seems to be setting up something big for Wade in #300

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8.0
Despicable Deadpool #300

May 9, 2018

A fun, surreal end of this particular story with an interesting set up for what's to come in the future.

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9.0
Detective Comics (2016) #965

Sep 26, 2017

A great story that ties into an iconic storyline. It will be interesting to see where the writer and artist go from here.

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9.0
Detective Comics (2016) #966

Oct 10, 2017

A really impressive, immersive read that shows a great understanding of the characters, especially the role of Tim Drake in the Bat-Family and DC Universe.

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8.0
Detective Comics (2016) #967

Oct 24, 2017

A good story that is building to something interesting. Great art and a compelling narrative.

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8.5
Detective Comics (2016) #968

Nov 7, 2017

Great conclusion and call back to the story that defined Tim Drake's place in the Bat Family.

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7.0
Detective Comics (2016) #969

Nov 21, 2017

The first part of this arc is clever in how it's opening a new series of storylines for the characters, especially Tim. Interested to see where it goes.

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8.5
Detective Comics (2016) #970

Dec 12, 2017

The creative team is coming up with some interesting challenges for the Bat-Family and the tension is entertaining to read.

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8.5
Detective Comics (2016) #972

Jan 10, 2018

I love the dark direction this story is taking and I'm really enjoying watching the team working with each other. There are some great interpersonal moments that I'm enjoying as a reader.

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8.0
Detective Comics (2016) #973

Jan 23, 2018

I enjoyed the end of this story and I really liked the end and what it means for the team going forward.

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8.0
Detective Comics (2016) #974

Feb 13, 2018

A well done and enjoyable issue that seems to set up some interesting stories going forward.

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9.2
Detective Comics (2016) #975

Feb 27, 2018

Some of the best dialogue I've read in a while. I loved Barbara in this issue and the rest of the characters were served with some great moments. Worth reading.

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9.0
Detective Comics (2016) #976

Mar 13, 2018

I continue to be impressed with how dense this story is getting and all of it works.

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7.5
Detective Comics (2016) #978

Apr 10, 2018

It's great that Tynion is taking the time to play out some family drama with Bruce that actually gives an insight into the man's parents other than perpetual victims. The only downside to the issue is Ulysses. While his plan is interesting, his turn towards the end of the issue felt flat.

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8.0
Detective Comics (2016) #982

Jun 12, 2018

This is a great standalone style of story that gets to the heart of who Batman is, what he means to the city and what he's willing to do to protect it and its people. It's a small story that didn't need to be dragged out to get to the core of its purpose and I appreciate that about it. Well told, well-paced and great art make it an issue worth reading.

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8.5
Detective Comics (2016) #983

Jun 26, 2018

When Bruce goes back on patrol, Alfred tells him that the drive they recovered with Duke contains an audio file. An audio file that gives information regarding the fact that this new player in Gotham knows who Bruce is and that his motives are to remove those close to him in order to make Batman stronger. It's a motive that has played out in other stories so I find myself hesitant, but this first part of the arc is well done in establishing the threat, the limits of it, the motives as well as how much this character seems to know. Hopefully, we won't have to wait too long before he reveals himself.

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8.0
Detective Comics (2016) #985

Jul 24, 2018

Briones' art is beautiful and there are some great panels that I went back over multiple times including Bruce's drive through the mountains, Batman's conversation with Gordon and the end of the issue. Those moments are awesome to look at and frame themselves well with the tone of the story.

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8.5
Detective Comics (2016) #986

Aug 8, 2018

Briones' art is amazing and I loved everything about it from the camera angles to the selection of panels. It all worked to help move the story along.

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8.0
Detective Comics (2016) #987

Aug 21, 2018

Mendonca has some great art in this issue with great facial expressions from the characters as well as awesome action beats. The art really complements the story and there are definitely some emotional moments that can only be depicted visually in this issue and the art nails it, especially in the final confrontation between Batman and Karma.

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7.0
Detective Comics (2016) #988

Sep 11, 2018

The art was amazing. I really loved the way Segovia rendered the characters, especially Batman. There were some great details in the art and an excellent use of shadow throughout.

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7.5
Detective Comics (2016) #989

Sep 25, 2018

The art was great. Segovia does some amazing work with shadow and composition in this issue and the details were amazing. There were some great shots in this issue that enhanced and complemented the story.

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7.5
Detective Comics (2016) #990

Oct 9, 2018

Segovia's art is really good. I liked all of the action beats in this issue and they would have had more dramatic tension if the characters didn't dismiss or diminish what I am seeing on the page. Other than that, this is a solid issue that does a good job of making me interested in what happens next.

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9.0
Detective Comics (2016) #991

Oct 23, 2018

The art by Carmine Di Giandomenico is stunning in this issue. All of the panels from the wide shot of the bridge to the close-up panels of Harvey are amazing. I enjoyed the level of detail and the style of the art in this issue immensely. A great read that is setting up something interesting to come.

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9.0
Detective Comics (2016) #992

Nov 13, 2018

Carmine Di Giandomenico's art in this issue is beautiful. There are some great action filled panels and the overall style matches perfectly with the gritty tone of the story.

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9.5
Detective Comics (2016) #993

Nov 27, 2018

Robinson really pulls this story together well for a great conclusion. The dialogue is amazing and there are so many inventive and entertaining moments that are quintessential to Batman as the World's Greatest Detective. The art is phenomenal from the first panel to the last page and there is a great kinetic energy to the action. A great conclusion that seems to be leading to something dynamic for Batman.

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9.0
Detective Comics (2016) #994

Dec 12, 2018

The art by Doug Mahnke is brilliant and beautiful. I loved every panel from the dramatic reveal of the bodies in the aquarium to the brilliant closing page. Great artwork throughout.

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9.5
Detective Comics (2016) #995

Jan 2, 2019

The gritty, beautiful art of Doug Mahnke is another factorthat makes this storyline engaging. There is masterful dramatic detail in thepanels and the pace of the story is complemented by the art.  

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9.2
Detective Comics (2016) #996

Jan 15, 2019

Doug Mahnke's art is astounding. There is so much beautiful detail in every panel that one can get lost in the visuals. Every scene, especially the action scenes, is rendered with attention to details. A visually stunning issue.

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9.5
Detective Comics (2016) #997

Jan 30, 2019

Doug Mahnke's art is amazing. Every panel is a master class in composition and detail. The art captures the tone of the story perfectly and matches the tension as well.

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9.5
Detective Comics (2016) #999

Feb 27, 2019

Doug Mahnke delivers some amazing art throughout this issue and both the emotional and action-oriented parts of this issue looked beautiful.

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9.9
Detective Comics (2016) #1000

Mar 27, 2019

The issue culminates in a preview of what's to come for the Dark Knight when a new threat emerges that has studied his means, his methods, his philosophy and his mission. This new threat believes that Gotham deserves better and he is just the one to bring justice to the Batman.

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9.0
Detective Comics (2016) #1001

Apr 9, 2019

Brad Walker does some impressive art in this issue and everything looks beautifully detailed.

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7.5
Detective Comics (2016) #1003

May 8, 2019

Brad Walker's art is fantastic throughout and both the action and characters look great.

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8.5
Detective Comics (2016) #1004

May 22, 2019

There isn't a lot of action in the issue because it is mainly focused on Astrid's origins, but there are some great moments that parallel Batman's journey and those moments look great.

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8.2
Detective Comics (2016) #1007

Jul 10, 2019

Kyle Hotz delivers some impressive, detailed and darkly themed art throughout this issue. The art perfectly complements the tone of the story.

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8.0
Dial H For Hero (2019) #1

Mar 27, 2019

Joe Quinones does a brilliant job changing the visual style of this comic and there are some truly funny Easter eggs that 90's comics readers will recognize.

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9.7
Die #1

Dec 5, 2018

This is an engaging and entertaining first issue. There are so many cool and interesting elements to the story and the mystery that Gillen is creating seems to have some really intriguing layers both from a plot perspective and from a relationship one.

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9.8
Die #2

Jan 9, 2019

The art by Stephanie Hans really captures the tone of this story. It conveys some beautiful details in both the characters and the world they are navigating. Every page is stunning. Cannot wait to see where this quest goes next.

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9.4
Die #3

Feb 6, 2019

Stephanie Hans art is absolutely sublime in the issue. The art is both beautiful and ominous with amazing and haunting detail. Every page is visually delightful with a story epic in scale and emotion.

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9.4
Die #4

Mar 6, 2019

Stephanie Hans delivers some beautiful and engaging art in this issue. Every page has something new and interesting to see and the fantasy elements always look s epic.

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9.6
Die #5

Apr 3, 2019

Stephanie Hans' beautiful artwork makes this issue leap off the page as both the characters and action are rendered in magnificent detail.

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8.0
Doctor Strange (2015) #381

Nov 15, 2017

This is a fun issue that sets up some entertaining character dynamics as well as conflicts. Will pick up the next issue for sure.

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9.0
Doctor Strange (2015) #382

Dec 6, 2017

The story is well paced and fun. The characters are dynamic. The action and art are intimate and the ending is amazing.

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9.0
Doctor Strange (2015) #383

Dec 20, 2017

Stephen's desperation is on task to both destroy him and everything he's fighting for and it is amazing to see what's unfolding.

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9.0
Doctor Strange (2015) #384

Jan 17, 2018

Continuing to enjoy this story arc for Strange and Loki and finding the extremes the two of them are going to highly entertaining but I really want to know what the final cost will be for Stephen.

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9.6
Doctor Strange (2015) #385

Feb 14, 2018

This was a great conclusion to the Loki Sorcerer Supreme storyline and the crisp dialogue and great visuals tell a story of consequence and cost that I want to see continue.

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8.8
Doctor Strange (2015) #386

Feb 28, 2018

I love both the dialogue and the narrative in this story. Both work really well to tell a story that affirms who Strange is.

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8.6
Doctor Strange (2015) #387

Mar 14, 2018

A solid story, great visuals and some interesting twists from Mephisto make this story worth reading.

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8.5
Doctor Strange (2015) #388

Apr 11, 2018

Bats steals the show in this issue which has some awesome detailed art and great dialogue. Hope to get some character growth from Strange going forward.

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8.0
Doctor Strange (2015) #389

Apr 25, 2018

Great conclusion that gives Strange motivation to make some personal changes

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8.0
Doctor Strange (2015) #390

May 23, 2018

A really good story with some great character moments and a light tone that works.

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8.0
Doctor Strange (2018) #1

Jun 6, 2018

I was weary about another story involving Dr. Strange losing his abilities, but this story and its great art have made me interested in this new journey that Strange is taking.

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8.0
Doctor Strange (2018) #2

Jun 20, 2018

Taking Strange from his comfort zone is turning out to be a great arc for the character with some interesting a new stories to tell.

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8.0
Doctor Strange (2018) #3

Jul 4, 2018

The story continues to get better as Strange learns more about the universe he finds himself in. Hopefully, there will be more of a story arc coming in the future.

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8.0
Doctor Strange (2018) #4

Aug 15, 2018

Waid does an amazing job in this issue of introducing a concept that, as a reader of this character for years, I had not really considered before.

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8.5
Doctor Strange (2018) #5

Sep 19, 2018

Jesus Saiz delivers some awesome action and detail in the art. It was beautifully rendered and did a great job of complementing the story. I also marveled at the great contrast between the vibrant colors and the excellent use of shadow.

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8.5
Doctor Strange (2018) #6

Oct 3, 2018

I have to commend Mark Waid for not dragging out the conflict to an extent where the reader would have to keep guessing. He revealed the truth in service to a much better story and that's something I appreciate as a reader.

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8.5
Doctor Strange (2018) #7

Nov 7, 2018

Waid continues to create a compelling story for Stephen Strange and the people in his life.

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8.2
Doctor Strange (2018) #8

Nov 21, 2018

The art in this issue is amazing. The fights were visually stunning and everything complemented the narrative perfectly.

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9.7
Doctor Strange (2018) #9

Dec 5, 2018

The art is breathtakingly detailed and clean. There are so many great moments in this book that are conveyed by Saiz through a glance or subtle facial expression. A thoroughly entertaining and visually stunning issue.

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9.7
Doctor Strange (2018) #10

Jan 30, 2019

The art is beautifully done across the board. There are panels that evoke some of the best visual moments from the history of the character and the art in the main story in brilliantly detailed.

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9.4
Doctor Strange (2018) #11

Feb 21, 2019

Jesus Saiz and Javier Pina deliver some truly inspiring and amazing art. All of the details highlight that beauty and power of the characters. All of the action looks amazing and the style and tone perfectly match the story Waid is telling.

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9.5
Doctor Strange (2018) #12

Mar 28, 2019

The art by Scott Koblish is amazing. There is so much visually going on in this issue and the dive into the Mystic Realms is beautiful.

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9.0
Doctor Strange (2018) #14

May 22, 2019

Everything looks amazing. From the characters to the surrealistic backgrounds, everything has a mystical weight to it as the characters move throughout the panels.

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8.9
Doctor Strange (2018) #15

Jul 2, 2019

Kitson and Koblish deliver some great art throughout this issue with impressive splash pages full of action and details to a beautiful conclusion that teases some amazing visuals to come.

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8.6
Doctor Strange: Damnation #1

Feb 21, 2018

A great first issue that showcases some great moments with Strange while also reminding readers that all still isn't well with the heroes of the Marvel universe.

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8.0
Doctor Strange: Damnation #2

Mar 7, 2018

A good issue of a great story that could have used a trim of some B story moments to pump up the A plot.

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8.7
Doctor Strange: Damnation #3

Mar 21, 2018

Great story with some great stakes, characters and twists, especially the end.

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9.0
Doctor Strange: Damnation #4

Apr 25, 2018

Great writing and a great twist make for a satisfying conclusion to this story.

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9.0
Domino (2018) #1

Apr 11, 2018

Great writing and characters. Art that is detailed and stylish make this a great debut of a new book.

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8.5
Domino (2018) #2

May 9, 2018

A fun, engaging mystery that has a great cast of characters and a deeply personal story forming with the lead.

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9.0
Domino (2018) #3

Jun 13, 2018

The story continues to grow and get better with each issue and the narrative is enhanced by amazing art.

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9.5
Domino (2018) #4

Jul 11, 2018

Domino as a character keeps getting better with every issue and the story is moving along at a pace that allows for both the fun of certain moments and the serious action of others to work together well. The art is brilliantly complimentary to the story and they both work to create something unique.

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10
Domino (2018) #5

Aug 8, 2018

I continue to be impressed with this series and it is becoming a must read every month.

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9.5
Domino (2018) #6

Sep 12, 2018

Baldeon continues to deliver some beautiful, fun and kinetic art full of rich details, great action and composition. I read through the issue multiple times to take in the richness of the art and how it flows across panels. Can't wait for what's next.

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9.5
Domino (2018) #7

Oct 10, 2018

This issue is relentlessly fun with some amazingly fun and quick dialogue from Gail Simone.

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9.7
Domino (2018) #8

Nov 14, 2018

This issue is pretty dark, but it retains the fun and action that makes this series enjoyable.

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9.7
Domino (2018) #9

Dec 19, 2018

I continue to be enamored with this title because it keeps the focus on these dynamic characters and their bond. Even in the midst of the action and high stakes of this story, Gail Simone keeps the story character driven through Neena's interactions with her team, Shoon'kwa and even Longshot.

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10
Domino (2018) #10

Jan 9, 2019

The art in this issue shifts in style at certain points, but its not distracting. If anything, the different art styles blend together seamlessly to complement the tone of the story. There are multiple panels in those varying styles that standout as amazing in both composition and beauty.

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9.7
Domino: Hotshots #1

Mar 6, 2019

David Baldeons art is exquisite. Both the style of the characters and the action are perfect matches to the tone and pace of the story. There are some beautiful Kirby-esque panels that almost jump off the page. His rendering of Domino is always great, but there are panels that shine where the emotion of Domino comes through My favorite is the brief moment when Domino blushes while taking a compliment from Black Widow. It is a near perfect look.

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9.5
Domino: Hotshots #2

Apr 4, 2019

David Baldeons art is stunning. Everything looks full of action, motion and detail. The action is phenomenal and Baldeons style is perfect for this series and the character.

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9.5
Domino: Hotshots #3

May 1, 2019

The art by David Baldeon and Michael Shelfer always delivers beautiful details. The styles of both artists are complimentary and every page has some great detail either in the action or the characters that catches the eye.

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9.6
Domino: Hotshots #4

Jun 5, 2019

The Art: David Baldeon and Michael Shelfer produce some amazing visuals in this issue. From the character designs to the action, everything looks great. The art leaps from the page and Baldeons style is perfectly suited for these characters and the action in this story. Shelfers art is a great complement to Baldeon with some beautifully detailed panels.

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9.8
Domino: Hotshots #5

Jul 17, 2019

David Baldeon and Michael Shelfer deliver amazing art throughout this issue. The characters look amazing. The action is kinetic and beautifully detailed. Everything from the facial expressions to the panel layouts complements this story perfectly.

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9.2
Doom Patrol: Weight of the Worlds (2019) #1

Jul 3, 2019

James Harvey's art is fantastic. Mixing different visual styles is the perfect way to tell a story like this and every page is a visual feast for the eyes.

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8.5
Doomsday Clock #1

Nov 20, 2017

It's a huge undertaking trying to continue a story so iconic, but the first issue of this series manages to keep my interest in what could be coming next.

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9.5
Doomsday Clock #2

Dec 27, 2017

Great action in this issue and the twist at the end opens up so many more possibilities. Worth a read.

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8.5
Doomsday Clock #3

Jan 23, 2018

This is another great issue with the mystery getting deeper. The reveals are great and I hope that the threads that are being introduced in this issue are explored in a satisfactory way.

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9.0
Doomsday Clock #4

Mar 27, 2018

I love the mystery that is still unfolding in this story and every new character adds a new layer to an already layered narrative dripping with style and nostalgia.

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7.0
Doomsday Clock #5

May 30, 2018

I was hoping for something grander in scale with all of these characters starting to converge on each other, but parts of this issue just left me flat. It does start to get good towards the end with some character meetups that look like they are going to be entertaining going forward. Other than those, much of this issue could have been streamlined to get to the stories that matter.

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9.0
Doomsday Clock #6

Jul 24, 2018

Gary Frank's art helps move this story along brilliantly. There is so much rich detail in every panel that it feels like thought was put into it to make them look almost cinematic as the reader move across the page.

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9.0
Doomsday Clock #7

Sep 25, 2018

Gary Frank's art is splendid. I loved the flow of the visuals in relation to the story. Everything moved well and all of the details were great. The story is getting more intense and the reveals at the end of this issue only make me want to read more. Great issue.

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9.0
Doomsday Clock #8

Dec 4, 2018

Gary Frank's art is amazing in this issue. One of the best sequences is a series of contrasting panels between Superman and Batman as Bruce races to stop Clark. Great pacing and action in the art.

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8.7
Ducktales #17

Jan 23, 2019

The art is great. Everything looks like an animated cell from the series and everything works from the characters to the detailed backgrounds.

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8.2
Ducktales #18

Feb 20, 2019

The art is reminiscent of the animated series and it looks great in tandem with the story.

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9.0
Elvira: Mistress of the Dark #1

Jun 27, 2018

A really fun issue that does a great job of capturing the look and feel of the character of Elvira while also crafting an interesting story for her that allows her humor to come forth with fun writing and art.

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8.5
Elvira: Mistress of the Dark #2

Sep 12, 2018

Dave Acosta's art is amazing. I really enjoyed how the art complemented the story so well and Avallone was able to give Acosta some great action to draw, especially the carriage chase and the flaming whip. Consistently fun.

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8.0
Elvira: Mistress of the Dark #3

Nov 7, 2018

Even when faced with adversity, Avallone continues to give Elvira purchase and mastery of her moment and situation. She's never presented as a damsel in distress and it is a testament to the writing that they don't feel the need to shoehorn in a male character to rescue her. Elvira is allowed to be smart, funny, self-aware and in control in this series and this issue.

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9.6
Elvira: Mistress of the Dark #4

Jan 16, 2019

Dave Acostas art is always amazing. He makes Elvira look gorgeous, but also adds some great details in her expressions that signify her intellect and charm. Both the foreground action and backgrounds look vibrant and beautiful.

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8.8
Elvira: Mistress of the Dark #5

May 7, 2019

Dave Acostas art is fantastic and everything from the characters to the impressively detailed backgrounds looks amazing.

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9.3
Elvira: Mistress of the Dark #6

Jun 12, 2019

Dave Acosta perfectly captures the look of Elvira on the page and the depiction always makes her stand out among the great looking panels and awesome details.

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8.0
Errand Boys #1

Oct 3, 2018

This was definitely a first issue that grabbed my attention and made me interested in seeing what happens next.

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8.0
Errand Boys #2

Nov 7, 2018

Errand Boys gets more dense and interesting in the second issue.

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7.3
Errand Boys #3

Dec 5, 2018

Visually, the comic looks great. There are some really beautiful panels to look at, but there's very little substance in this third issue to sustain the interest of a reader to read what happens next.

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9.2
Eve Stranger #1

May 8, 2019

Philip Bond has some beautifully detailed art throughout this issue and it does a great job of visually grabbing the reader.

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8.4
Eve Stranger #2

Jun 26, 2019

Philip Bond's art is great. There is so much Bond delivers visually with the characters and their expressions and the style is perfectly matched to the this story.

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9.0
Event Leviathan #1

Jun 12, 2019

Alex Maleevs art is fantastic throughout this issue. It is beautifully detailed, dark and gritty with great character shots.

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8.2
Event Leviathan #2

Jul 10, 2019

Alex Maleev delivers some impressive and beautiful art in this issue. The art reflects the dark mood of this part of the story. Maleev creates some awesome panels and sequences in this issue.

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9.5
Excellence #1

May 8, 2019

Khary Randolphs art is beautifully detailed. Everything from the characters to the backgrounds looks amazing. The action is engaging and fluid. The character designs are fantastic and perfectly complement the story.

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9.7
Excellence #2

Jun 19, 2019

Khary Randolph's art is absolutely beautiful. Every page is filled with impressive art and details. The action is fantastic and almost cinematic in how it plays out.

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9.6
Excellence #3

Jul 17, 2019

Khary Randolph crafts some beautiful panels full of action and movement. The characters display power that leaps off the page with brilliant design.

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8.0
Exiles (2018) #1

Apr 13, 2018

Good, tight storytelling and great art build an interesting new world with some more interesting characters

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8.0
Exiles (2018) #2

May 1, 2018

The end of the issue sets up the series well. Ahmed has crafted an interesting story with characters that have backstories and motivations that are worthy of exploring. The art by Rodriguez is well done with a retro feel that works with the time travel theme of the book. It will be interesting to see what chances are taken and stories are told now that the players are in place.

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8.0
Exorsisters #1

Oct 17, 2018

I really enjoyed the animation style of the visuals and there are some great compositional shots that help to keep the story moving and fun. I really want to see where this story goes next, which is the mark of something good.

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9.6
Exorsisters #2

Nov 21, 2018

Lagace's art continues to be incredibly well suited to both this story and its tone. I enjoyed the details in the character designs as well as the backgrounds and the art really helped move the story along.

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8.2
Exorsisters #3

Dec 19, 2018

Exorsisters continues to be fun, witty and interesting in its tone. Boothby continues to create engaging situations for these characters to find themselves in and an overall story that continues to be compelling.

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8.6
Exorsisters #4

Jan 23, 2019

Gisele Lagace's art is such a great match to this story and these characters. All of the pages perfectly complement the pace, style, humor and tone of the story Boothby is telling.

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9.4
Exorsisters #5

Feb 20, 2019

Gisele Lagace blows me away with her beautifully detailed art. From the first panel of Cate suspended in darkness to the encounter in the park with the First Shadow, everything is visually stunning and full of energy.

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8.5
Extermination (2018) #1

Aug 16, 2018

Brisson does a good job of drawing the reader in with this first issue and its story. I like that he gave characters moments to connect with what is happening from a family level. It makes me interested in how the Summers' deal with what happened together.

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8.5
Extermination (2018) #2

Aug 29, 2018

Brisson continues to write a very good and deeply engaging story with this issue. There were some great thrilling moments throughout and the story does a really good job of making the moments be driven by character rather than the other way around.

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8.0
Extermination (2018) #3

Sep 27, 2018

For a limited series, Brisson is doing a great job with the pacing of this issue. Even though there are some plot details that haven't been revealed yet, there is enough action and mystery left in this story to keep me interested in the next issue.

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9.0
Extermination (2018) #4

Oct 31, 2018

The writing is well done and all of the character moments work, especially with Cable.

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8.5
Extermination (2018) #5

Dec 27, 2018

The art by Pepe Larraz was amazing and all of the action scenes delivered with impressive visual energy and detail.

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7.0
Falcon (2017) #1

Oct 11, 2017

Falcon is trying to come into his own with his own title. While there were some moments that stood out and the reveal of the villain at the end is interesting, much of the plot seemed a little mediocre. Hopefully, the series leans into the story of a hero betrayed because that story feels more interesting.

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8.0
Fantastic Four (2018) #2

Sep 13, 2018

I liked the small moments between Sue and the kids as well as the moments she and Reed share alone. It goes a long way towards reminding the reader why the relationship between these characters endures. Slott has some great dialogue in this issue and the ending is absolutely memorable for how clever it is.

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9.4
Fantastic Four (2018) #3

Nov 14, 2018

This was an incredibly fun issue that does everything right in regards to reminding readers why these characters endure.

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9.0
Fantastic Four (2018) #4

Nov 28, 2018

This was an incredibly fun issue after the heavy tone of the previous arc. Slott takes the Fantastic Four back to where it all started and lets them and the audience rediscover the family aspects of this team and why it works.

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8.7
Fantastic Four (2018) #6

Jan 16, 2019

Aaron Kuders art is good in this issue. The battle between Doom and Galactus was really well done and the art was exciting.

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9.7
Fantastic Four (2018) #8

Mar 28, 2019

The art is amazing in this issue as well and the artists do a great job of rendering the characters and the amazingly detailed backgrounds.

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9.4
Fantastic Four (2018) #9

Apr 25, 2019

The art is fantastic throughout the issue and all the artists do an amazing job of moving the story forward with their complementary styles.

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8.6
Female Furies #1

Feb 6, 2019

Adriana Melos art is as raw and unflinching as the story. Its beautifully detailed with a brilliant change in style between Grannys past and her present. The art in the past has a classic look and feel that is reminiscent of Kirby.

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9.0
Female Furies #2

Mar 6, 2019

Adriana Melos art is fantastic and both the character and background details are amazing.

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9.5
Female Furies #3

Apr 3, 2019

Adiana Melo creates some beautiful and dynamic art in this issue and all of the characters looks expressive and emotional.

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9.2
Female Furies #4

May 2, 2019

Adriana Melo does an excellent job with the art and definitely emphasizes the Fury of these characters.

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9.0
Female Furies #6

Jul 3, 2019

Adriana Melo brings the power and beauty to these characters and all of the action is both thrilling and beautifully detailed.

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7.0
Fence #1

Nov 15, 2017

A fun first issue with a few cliche moments, but an overall interesting story that caught my attention.

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8.5
Firefly (2018) #1

Nov 14, 2018

Pak plants the seeds for a story that is both personal and more broadly dangerous for everyone following Mal.

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8.8
Firefly (2018) #2

Dec 19, 2018

I continue to be interested and engaged with this story and its art and I want to see where it goes next.

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9.0
Firefly (2018) #3

Jan 16, 2019

Dan McDaids art is amazing. Each page captures the gritty reality of the crews circumstances and relays some beautiful backgrounds and details.

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9.7
Firefly (2018) #4

Feb 27, 2019

The art by Dan McDaid is great. There are some great panels filled with beautiful details and amazing action.

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9.2
Firefly (2018) #6

May 15, 2019

Dan McDaid's gritty style is the perfect complement to this story and these characters. The action looks great and all of the details enrich the story.

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8.3
Firefly (2018) #8

Jul 17, 2019

Dan McDaid delivers some beautiful and detailed art throughout this issue and there is a sense of movement in the style of the art that gives the panels life.

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8.5
Flash (2016) #16

Feb 8, 2017

The story is well told and gives the reader a sense of character and a desire to read more. The artwork is dynamic and fluid in its depiction of motion.

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7.0
Flash (2016) #18

Mar 8, 2017

The issue had a little too much exposition, but it was a solid story. Would have liked to see the story let the artist break through a little more and deliver some quality action beats.

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9.0
Flash (2016) #19

Mar 22, 2017

This is a well told story that continues to draw you in emotionally as well as treat you visually with the action. The last page of the this issue is amazing and calls back to another seminal moment in the Flash's history that could have broader repercussions.

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8.0
Flash (2016) #20

Apr 12, 2017

A good standalone story that focuses on Iris, but with just enough info in the narrative and conclusion to hint at bigger issues for Barry in the future, both physically and emotionally. A good story punctuated by good artwork and intriguing nods to the future.

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9.0
Flash (2016) #21

Apr 26, 2017

A great story continues to unfold in this issue. The writing reinforces the tone of the overall arc and the characters are given time to grow, especially Barry. The artwork is well done in the action scenes, but a little flat in the close ups.

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8.5
Flash (2016) #23

May 31, 2017

Really tense plotting that gives the reader insight into the fears of the hero. A story that moves well and a cliffhanger that it worth the read. The art is frenetic and awesome to look at.

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8.6
Flash (2016) #24

Jun 14, 2017

This is a really solid issue both in writing and art. The story continues to be interesting, despite the predictable motives of Thawne. The art is frenetic and gorgeous to look at.

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8.0
Flash (2016) #25

Jun 28, 2017

The art in this issue is great across the board. I loved the contrasts in the moments between the past and the present and the softer tone to those panels were a welcome break in the tension of the present action.

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7.0
Flash (2016) #26

Jul 12, 2017

Still a great overall story with a less than compelling villain. The writing continues to be impressive and the art work is amazing.

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8.0
Flash (2016) #27

Jul 26, 2017

This was a great conclusion to a storyline that I was on the fence about. It was satisfying to see how it ended and both the story and art were top notch.

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9.0
Flash (2016) #28

Aug 8, 2017

An enjoyable read that is as interesting for what it doesn't give away as it is for what it presents on the page.

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8.0
Flash (2016) #29

Aug 22, 2017

Solid storytelling. A decent mystery and good visuals.

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7.0
Flash (2016) #30

Sep 12, 2017

Entertaining and well plotted with good art, but a little flat story wise.

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8.5
Flash (2016) #31

Sep 26, 2017

The conclusion of this story was a little fast (no pun intended) but the new world that it opens for Flash is an intriguing one I want to explore.

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8.0
Flash (2016) #32

Oct 11, 2017

An interesting new story is emerging for Flash and I really want to see where it's going.

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9.0
Flash (2016) #33

Oct 24, 2017

A really well done continuation of the Metal storyline with some awesome character moments from Barry and great internal monologue.

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8.0
Flash (2016) #36

Dec 12, 2017

Williamson has done a great job of expanding on and compounding the difficulties that Barry is going to face in his new role. As more of his life as Barry Allen becomes complicated, his retreating into The Flash becomes not only easier but more complicated in and of itself. Porter's art is dynamic in this issue and he continues to use great panel angles to denote movement, especially the kinetic nature of Barry's new life. Worth a read.

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7.5
Flash (2016) #37

Dec 27, 2017

A fun and well done call back to a previous arc, but a completely predictable way to get there.

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8.5
Flash (2016) #39

Jan 23, 2018

I really enjoy the complicated character issues and external conflicts that are leading to something massive.

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8.0
Flash (2016) #40

Feb 13, 2018

A well done story that could have been better without the call backs to Barry's past perceived failures. It's a road that's been traveled too often and it's losing its effects.

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8.5
Flash (2016) #41

Feb 27, 2018

A great story with some really good action beats. Only issue I have is with Barry regressing from all the progress he's made.

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8.5
Flash (2016) #42

Mar 14, 2018

The action and tension continue to mount as Grodd continues to manipulate Barry. It's a good story that is working so far.

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8.0
Flash (2016) #43

Mar 27, 2018

A great issue with some amazing visuals.

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8.0
Flash (2016) #44

Apr 10, 2018

It will be interesting to see where this story goes next and what this new direction for Barry and company means going forward.

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8.0
Flash (2016) #46

May 8, 2018

As much as I continue to be on the fence about Zoom, the end of this issue makes me curious to see what he has planned for Flash War and how his plans affect the world of Barry and Wally. Williamson has crafted a story that is engaging and really helps prepare readers for something big coming over the horizon.

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8.5
Flash (2016) #48

Jun 12, 2018

“The Flash War” is starting to get good because there are some pretty big stakes involved for both Barry and Wally. Wally is willing to sacrifice everything for the sake of saving his children and Barry is trying to convince him that there has to be another way. Their back and forth is the product of some good writing from Williamson and the art from Porter is electric. Both characters have a valid argument to be made and their conflict looks like it is going to create something huge for all speedsters going forward.

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7.0
Flash (2016) #49

Jun 26, 2018

The story is definitely heating up and the tension is great to read. Williamson is building to something huge for the characters, but I still find myself at issue with the portrayal of Wally. I found his motivations, actions, and explanations childish and as much as I am enjoying the story, another arc where The Flash is manipulated into doing something stupid in order to unleash something worse is starting to become grating. I really want to see where Flash War is going, but the journey is starting to feel repetitive.

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7.5
Flash (2016) #51

Jul 24, 2018

The art by Scott Holins falls in line with this story. It is more subdued than the previous issue and allows the reader to become a little more immersed in the story. It's effective in moving the story forward at a slower pace that this personal story needs to move at. Definitely, a good issue that takes its time to deal with the impact of events before barreling into another huge arc.

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8.0
Flash (2016) #52

Aug 8, 2018

Duce has some great art in this issue as well with some really well-done action scenes and fights. The shot of Commander Cold on his bike was great. Definitely a highlight of this issue. What also really worked was the entire domestic sequence between Barry and Iris. It was well done and helped to humanize Barry in a story that featured some pretty big moments.

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6.5
Flash (2016) #53

Aug 21, 2018

Duce offers some great visuals in this issue and the composition of the panels is great. I really enjoyed the angles Duce uses for certain characters and the art conveys a lot of emotion for certain characters with the use of shadows. Good story and art, but lacking in solid focus.

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8.0
Flash (2016) #54

Sep 11, 2018

The art by Christian Duce is well done. I liked the details in the fight scenes, but some of the character moments didn't really mesh with the tone of the scene and some of the facial expressions looked off in those moments.

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8.0
Flash (2016) #55

Sep 25, 2018

The art was good in the issue, but it didn't stand out as much as the art in previous arcs. It looks really good in the action portions of the book but looks flat when dealing with the more personal, character-driven scenes. A good start to an arc that looks like it's going to be more character driven.

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8.0
Flash (2016) #57

Oct 23, 2018

Holins does a good job with the art and I really enjoyed many of the action panels. I especially enjoyed the last few pages and the details in the characters. Good conclusion with some interesting things coming.

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8.0
Flash (2016) #58

Nov 13, 2018

Sandoval's art is amazing in this issue. Everything from Barry navigating through streets filled with people to the confrontation Barry has with Gemini is drawn beautifully and the panels are filled with movement as you read them.

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8.5
Flash (2016) #59

Nov 27, 2018

Sandoval has great art in this issue. So many of the panels show some beautiful details and powerful angels.

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8.2
Flash (2016) #61

Jan 2, 2019

The art by Christian Duce is great. There are some amazinglydetailed panels full of action and power. The tone of the story is reflectedwell in the art and the colors are really vibrant and alive, especially whenthe action moves to Zandia.

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7.2
Flash (2016) #62

Jan 15, 2019

Christian Duce's art saves the day in this issue. Everything looked great. Hopefully, there will be something in the next issue that is worthy of the great art.

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8.0
Flash (2016) #63

Jan 30, 2019

The art by Minkyu Jung is good. There are a couple of good panels in the book, but nothing that really stands out. It's unfortunate because Williamson writes a couple of really good moments that could have been punctuated by dynamic visuals.

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9.0
Flash (2016) #65

Feb 27, 2019

Rafa Sandoval's art is energetic, detailed and amazing. There are so many dramatic and beautiful panels throughout with the standouts being the fight to save Gotham Girl and the final confrontation between Barry and Bruce.

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8.5
Flash (2016) #66

Mar 12, 2019

Scott Kolins' art is fine, but the subject doesn't really allow for anything particularly interesting to see in the panels. That and Trickster is too clownish a character to depict as anything interesting or menacing.

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8.5
Flash (2016) #67

Mar 26, 2019

Scott Kolins' art is really good. It does a great job of conveying energy and movement.

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6.5
Flash (2016) #68

Apr 9, 2019

Scott Kolins has some really good art in this issue especially the Iron Heights splash page.

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7.0
Flash (2016) #69

Apr 24, 2019

Scott Kolins art is great and there are some brilliant visual moments. I just wish the story were better.

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8.2
Flash (2016) #70

May 8, 2019

Howard Porter's art is fantastic. All of the details in both the characters and backgrounds are amazing and the story and art move fluidly.

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7.5
Flash (2016) #71

May 22, 2019

Howard Porter brings some beautifully detailed and amazing art to this issue. Every page is filled with energy and movement that culminates in some great action-filled panels.

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8.0
Flash (2016) #72

Jun 12, 2019

The art by Howard Porter is beautiful. The action scenes are amazingly detailed and Porter captures the speed force and movement in the character perfectly.

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8.0
Flash (2016) #74

Jul 10, 2019

Howard Porter's art is fantastic. The characters look great and the art has some beautiful features that showcase speed and movement.

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8.5
Flash (2016) Annual #1

Jan 30, 2018

A good annual that takes a deep dive into Wally's return and how it can affect the people in his life. Great artwork as well.

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8.0
Flash (2016) Annual #2

Jan 30, 2019

Scott Kolins' art is dynamic. Every panel with one of the speedsters gave off a sense of motion and speed through the visuals. A great looking issue.

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9.0
Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man (2019) #1

Jan 10, 2019

The art in both stories works really well. The first story has a lighter, more positive tone and the art reflects that. The second story is more ominous is how it builds tension up to the final reveal, so the use of shadows throughout is perfect. Great job to both artists.

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9.2
Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man (2019) #2

Jan 23, 2019

That tone can also be felt in the art from Juann Cabal. He matches the tone of the art to the bright, vibrant daylight action this series is doing. You get to admire the character and background details throughout the issue and the story is enhanced with some fun visuals.

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8.0
Future Quest #9

Jan 25, 2017

The overall story is a slice of nostalgia that draws in the reader, but the depth of the story is what holds your interest. This is a very well done take on some classic characters. Hopefully, they will all have their moments to shine. The artwork is done very well and melds both the classic and modern in a way that makes me want to see what's next.

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8.0
Future Quest #11

Mar 22, 2017

An enjoyable and sustaining trip down memory lane. The plot moves well and there are some good character moments. The artwork is nostalgic without being dated. A good read.

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8.5
Future Quest #12

May 10, 2017

Great conclusion to this story. Strong writing for all the characters and great, nostalgic artwork that gave each hero awesome detail.

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6.8
Green Hornet (2018) #1

Feb 28, 2018

The book has potential, but it needs to find its footing and decide what it wants to be.

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8.5
Green Lantern (2018) #1

Nov 7, 2018

The introduction of the issue was a little clunky and scattered, but the overall concept of the issue was sound.

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8.4
Green Lantern (2018) #2

Dec 5, 2018

While the overall mystery of this series is interesting, I continue to be in the dark about what Morrison is trying to convey in this story and with Jordan himself. I don't really get a sense of what this story is trying to be or where it's going and that is great as a mystery fan, but slightly frustrating in trying to find a way to connect with and continue to read this series.

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8.0
Green Lanterns #16

Feb 1, 2017

Tight story with good visuals that showcase the characters and their dynamics. Batman/Baz argument seemed forced and didn't really pay off well towards the end of the issue.

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7.5
Green Lanterns #17

Feb 15, 2017

A good conclusion that sets up future events that might be a little more engaging. Satisfactory conclusion to the Batman part of the story with a change in Simon Baz's outlook that is refreshing. The artwork is very well done and serves the story well without drowning out the plot.

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8.5
Green Lanterns #18

Mar 1, 2017

The story moves very well and does a really good job of making the villain three dimensional. The artwork is very well done and gives a classic, artistic feel.

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7.5
Green Lanterns #19

Mar 15, 2017

A good issue that has some forced moments but an overall good narrative. Doctor Polaris is done really well, but Jessica Cruz falls by the wayside in this issue. The art is visually well done, especially in showcasing the power of the characters.

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7.0
Green Lanterns #20

Apr 5, 2017

Story and artwork remain consistent and generate enough interest to keep reading. The lack of any innovation in either the story or the art could shed readers over time.

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7.0
Green Lanterns #21

Apr 19, 2017

The story concluded this particular arc rather predictably. The art was really good, but the narrative didn't really let the artist shine. The set up for the next arc actually seems more compelling.

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8.0
Green Lanterns #22

May 3, 2017

This is a good issue for the series and it showcases the wonder and scope of what being a Green Lantern is. I think more of that joy and wonder and less of the personal angst might be refreshing going forward.

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9.0
Green Lanterns #23

May 17, 2017

This is a great overall story for the Green Lantern corps and touches on all of the issues readers have had with the characters while setting up a new arc that looks interesting.

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7.0
Green Lanterns #24

Jun 7, 2017

A passable continuation that could be better if the lead characters were allowed to improve and evolve. The art is nice to look at and conveys some great action.

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8.0
Green Lanterns #25

Jun 21, 2017

An interesting story well told with a good buildup of character dynamics and conflict. The art is really well done and visually striking in moments.

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8.0
Green Lanterns #26

Jul 5, 2017

The story is well done in chronicling the history of the Green Lantern Corps and the art work is really well done.

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7.5
Green Lanterns #27

Jul 19, 2017

An enjoyable continuation of the Volthoom storyline from the last issue, but not particularly memorable from a story perspective. The artwork is the true hero of this issue as each page gives one something new and interesting to look at.

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7.5
Green Lanterns #28

Aug 2, 2017

A continually good story with some really great visual moments.

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8.0
Green Lanterns #30

Sep 5, 2017

A good continuation of the story arc that gives the characters some much needed development and motivation. The art is fantastic.

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8.0
Green Lanterns #31

Sep 19, 2017

A predictable conclusion, but one that maintained the heart and emotional growth of the characters. Great character moments and emotionally detailed art.

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7.5
Green Lanterns #32

Oct 3, 2017

A decent no stakes story that takes the time to conclude a personal arc for one of the characters in a pretty realistic way.

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7.0
Green Lanterns #33

Oct 18, 2017

A good story that doesn't really break any new ground.

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7.0
Green Lanterns #34

Oct 31, 2017

A fun story that successfully completes the arc from the previous issue and sets up some interesting conflicts to come.

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7.5
Green Lanterns #35

Nov 13, 2017

There are few stakes in this story, but it is a fun read overall.

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8.5
Green Lanterns #37

Dec 19, 2017

A satisfying continuation that seems to be building to something really interesting.

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6.8
Green Lanterns #40

Feb 6, 2018

A passable story whose low stakes and lack of investigative prowess by its heroes make it fun, but forgettable.

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8.5
Green Lanterns #41

Feb 20, 2018

The story is getting better with each issue and the characters are becoming more engaging due to the writing.

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8.5
Green Lanterns #42

Mar 6, 2018

Great art and a continually engaging story

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8.0
Green Lanterns #43

Mar 20, 2018

A satisfactory conclusion that is leading to another interesting arc.

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8.0
Green Lanterns #44

Apr 3, 2018

Straight-forward story with some interesting elements, especially for Jessica

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8.0
Green Lanterns #46

May 1, 2018

It works in a sense to let Simon come to a realization that he needed to in order to save Jessica. My hope is that the story progresses in a way that allows for that confrontation to have meaning for both characters. I enjoy the fact that Seeley is taking the time to explore the characters and Marion's art enhances the story with great visual flair and details.

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7.0
Green Lanterns #47

May 15, 2018

As far as how the story is resolved, Simon is used effectively in his confrontations with Jessica. Constantine manages to find an insight that might help both of them. I also like that there is something brewing at the end of this issue that will cause some tension between Jessica, Simon, and someone connected to both of them. There are some good character moments in this issue and a possible evolution of Jessica as a character, but the main antagonist still stretches credibility with me as a viable threat.

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6.0
Green Lanterns #48

Jun 5, 2018

Jessica manages to escape and finds herself at a space port looking for the contact she let get away and this is another moment that gives way too much credit to Jessica Cruz as a character. I like her as a character overall, but the one thing that has yet to be explored for her is a sense that she is crafty enough to evade capture or move within the fringes of the galaxy in opposition to the other Lanterns who have been doing the job a lot longer. Without context, this story seems flat both in character and motivation.

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6.5
Green Lanterns #49

Jun 19, 2018

The end of this issue is a little too abrupt. Nothing really gets resolved and Jessica's outburst doesn't seem genuine. The story starts to fall apart in the third act and doesn't really stick the landing as far as closing out this particular arc in a satisfying way. It felt like everything Jessica went through was a waste. The art was great, but the story didn't go anywhere relevant and was ultimately forgettable.

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7.0
Green Lanterns #51

Jul 18, 2018

Mike Perkins' art is great in this issue and there are some great panels, especially the sequence involving Penelo. It was handled really well and the detail was great. He was able to convey a lot, especially in creatures that don't physically emote. Good work.

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6.0
Green Lanterns #52

Jul 31, 2018

Also, many of the conflicts in this issue could be resolved with a conversation. Anyone of the Lanterns taking a moment to listen to the other could have foiled the miscommunication that seems to be what this entity is mainly doing from inside the rings. I want to see where this story is going and who this entity is, but the plot issues make it hard to stay involved and invested in this particular story. Santucci's art is a highlight though with some great visuals and awesome action splash panels.

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6.5
Green Lanterns #53

Aug 14, 2018

The art is great in the issue though and Santucci does some great work with composition and action. I really loved the first few panels with Simon in space and the Guy Gardner/Eon battle was great to look at as well.

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5.5
Green Lanterns #55

Sep 18, 2018

Same can be said for the entire corps turning on one of its members. Both Jessica and Simon have been on the opposite end of allegations from the corps to the point where I wonder if any of these characters should even be in law enforcement. This issue did nothing to elevate or innovate and it felt like a retread of previous arcs. Even the great art by Perkins couldn't save this issue from the "been there, done that" pile.

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6.5
Green Lanterns #56

Oct 3, 2018

Perkins' art is amazing in this issue and the art goes a long way toward holding my interest and adding to my enjoyment of this issue.

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7.0
Green Lanterns #57

Oct 16, 2018

I enjoyed Perkins' art in this issue as well. There are some great action scenes in it and the fight between Hal and Henshaw is amazing. Perkins does a great job of utilizing and rendering The Phantom Ring and there are some exciting and tense moments in the story that looks great.

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8.5
Guardians of the Galaxy (2017) #146

Nov 1, 2017

The Guardians are up against a new series of threats as they try to find the Infinity Stones and one has a link to their newest member.

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8.0
Guardians of the Galaxy (2017) #147

Nov 16, 2017

Even with huge stakes, the Guardians tackle things with their trademark humor. Consistently enjoyable.

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8.5
Guardians of the Galaxy (2017) #148

Dec 6, 2017

This story works on levels of humor, drama, action and adventure and the character moments enhance the reader's desire to read what comes next.

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8.0
Guardians of the Galaxy (2017) #149

Dec 21, 2017

A fun issue that moves well towards an interesting confrontation with a great twist at the end.

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8.0
Guardians of the Galaxy (2017) #150

Jan 3, 2018

This issue finishes one story and sets up about three more. Hopefully, the bigger story developing doesn't take away from the character development that I'm enjoying.

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9.8
Guardians of the Galaxy (2019) #1

Jan 23, 2019

Geoff Shaw delivers some breathtaking and beautiful art in this first issue. From the reading of Thanos Will to the battle against the Black Order, Shaw delivers amazingly detailed scenes that are action packed.

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9.6
Guardians of the Galaxy (2019) #2

Feb 22, 2019

Geoff Shaws art is great. There are some great panels with great art throughout.

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9.6
Guardians of the Galaxy (2019) #3

Mar 20, 2019

Geoff Shaw delivers some spectacular art in this issue and everything looks beautifully detailed.

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9.8
Guardians of the Galaxy (2019) #4

Apr 19, 2019

Geoff Shaw dominates with the art in this issue. Every panel and character looks amazing and the final battle between these two groups looks beautiful in both scope and scale.

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9.6
Guardians of the Galaxy (2019) #5

May 15, 2019

Geoff Shaw punctuates the great story being presented with amazing art throughout. The characters all look amazing and the action is fantastically detailed and vibrant.

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9.5
Guardians of the Galaxy (2019) #6

Jun 19, 2019

Geoff Shaws art is amazing throughout this issue. Everything from the pace of the panels to the impressive character designs works to enhance and elevate an already interesting and fun story to another level.

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7.0
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #14

Feb 8, 2017

Good story and well developed plot. Artwork is very good and moves the story along.

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8.5
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #16

Mar 8, 2017

This issue is really well done. The story doesn't push too hard. It allows the characters to have purchase. The art is fantastic and viscerally beautiful without being gaudy or brutal for the sake of brutality.

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6.5
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #17

Mar 22, 2017

After a really good story arc with Guy Gardner and the merging of the two corps, this story seems like filler that doesn't really move anything along or capture much interest.

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8.5
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #18

Apr 12, 2017

The story continues to move and evolve in a way that keeps it both entertaining and tense. The artwork is well done and the ending panels keep me interested in the next part of the story

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8.5
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #19

Apr 26, 2017

Smooth continuation of the existing storyline. Most of the character interactions work really well and the artwork really conveys the motion of space and flight in the characters.

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8.5
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #20

May 10, 2017

A continually intriguing story and great visuals make each part of this arc worth reading. I really want to see where this story goes next.

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7.0
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #21

May 24, 2017

The conclusion to this story was well done, but felt forced in places. The artwork was really well done and the action scenes were thrilling to look at.

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7.0
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #22

Jun 14, 2017

Even with the inevitable conclusion to this overall story looming in every interaction, it is still worth reading. The artwork is always great from Van Sciver and the plot is interesting enough to keep me interested in the next part.

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9.0
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #23

Jun 28, 2017

This is the start of both a really great murder mystery, tragic love story and political thriller all rolled into one. The plot is paced with great tension and the art work is dynamic but also well done in its subtle moments.

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9.0
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #24

Jul 12, 2017

All of the storylines are coming to a head in this issue and there is no telling where the story will go next. The writing is great and the art is beautiful to look at. I can't wait to see where it's going next.

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8.0
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #25

Jul 26, 2017

A great conclusion to a story that really only had one conclusion. The writing was crisp and solid, with great moments given to all of the principal characters in the story. The art was amazing and showed the raw power of the corps.

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9.0
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #26

Aug 8, 2017

This is a well-balanced story from start to finish that allows for the past arc to be referenced without sacrificing aspects of the new arc that are being established.

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8.0
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #27

Aug 22, 2017

Great look visually. Good story with great pacing.

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8.5
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #28

Sep 12, 2017

This issue works as a means of moving the story along in a tense and interesting way. Would have liked to get more information about the threat itself, but the reflective moments in the story work well with the frenetic art.

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8.5
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #29

Sep 26, 2017

An enjoyable, if a little rushed, conclusion to this particular arc with great artwork and a good overall story.

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6.5
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #30

Oct 10, 2017

Great visuals can't really sustain a one note story that fails to get interesting the further along it goes.

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8.0
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #32

Nov 7, 2017

A well done continuation of the overall story with some great insight into Jordan and his true power.

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7.5
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #33

Nov 21, 2017

Not a lot there to hang onto, but the character moments with Hal and John really make the issue worth reading.

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7.5
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #36

Jan 10, 2018

This was a well done conclusion to the arc, but it just felt a little short. I wanted to see more of a physical and personal reckoning for the Guardians.

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6.5
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #37

Jan 23, 2018

The structure of this issue took out any possible tension that the end would have revealed and the villains are too overpowered.

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8.8
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #38

Feb 13, 2018

A good issue and an improvement on the events that inspired it. Great dialogue and art.

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7.8
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #39

Feb 27, 2018

This is a good issue that is fun to read and looks great. It's a slight annoyance that the Lanterns keep flying in without a plan, especially since that's what caused this mess in the first place.

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6.5
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #40

Mar 13, 2018

A good story that should have moved forward, but repeats the plot points and fights from the previous issues and gives nothing new.

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8.5
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #42

Apr 10, 2018

A tight, well-written story that asks some tough questions of Hal Jordan while setting up a dangerous arc for a former Green Lantern.

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9.0
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #44

May 8, 2018

I'm not going to lie, the moment between John Stewart and General Zod is one of my favorite recent moments in comics because it was handled so well that you never saw it coming until the final moment. Well done story wise and visually. The whole issue is raising the stakes of this impending conflict and it looks like there are going to be some dark times coming for everyone involved. Something that could be incredibly fun to read if the creative team continues on this trajectory.

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8.0
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #45

May 22, 2018

I really enjoy where this story is going. Venditti has written some interesting and well played out character conflicts. I would have liked to see the Tomar/Guy moment last a little longer, but that moment adds a new dynamic to this conflict. One that will be cool to see play out.

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8.0
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #46

Jun 12, 2018

I like that this issue goes from the big themes of the last one to something smaller and more personal. It gives some great insight into the characters while providing some development. I've never been a fan of Guy Gardner, but this issue gave me the spark of thinking about him differently as a character. Henry's art is great as well and the details in his work help enhance each panel.

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8.5
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #47

Jun 26, 2018

There is some great writing in this issue and the ending is exactly what I was expecting given the trajectory of this arc, but it will be interesting to see how it is resolved when everything converges.

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8.0
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #49

Jul 24, 2018

Sandoval and Davila bring some great visual moments to the story. The art is visceral at moments and there are some great moments where the follow through to a punch looks brilliantly beautiful. This is a great issue that really made me excited to see how this story ends.

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7.5
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #50

Aug 8, 2018

Sandoval's art is a standout in this issue and I truly enjoyed watching the progression of the panels in the story. They moved with the narrative and went a long way towards building on the tension in some moments and slowing down for emotional moments in others.

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8.0
Harley Quinn (2016) #47

Aug 1, 2018

Timms' artwork is sublime. It's one of the best renderings of the character of Harley Quinn I have seen and Timms does a great job of framing a panel both for comedy and action with some incredible exaggerated action panels.

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7.5
Harley Quinn (2016) #48

Aug 15, 2018

Humphries continues to tell a fun story with Harley. The stakes are relatively low and that helps to make this story more personal, which works for the character.

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8.0
Harley Quinn (2016) #49

Sep 5, 2018

Humphries does a great job of incorporating big action and humor in this issue and even the B story with Tina was paced well to add something fun to the overall story.

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8.0
Harley Quinn (2016) #50

Sep 19, 2018

All of the artists in the issue bring a unique and fun perspective on the character and the world that they are depicting and those perspectives really help to make the issue look interesting and engaging. Really fun.

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8.0
Harley Quinn (2016) #51

Oct 3, 2018

Sami Basri does some outstanding work with the art in this issue, I really enjoyed how bright, and vibrant the art was in this issue. It really helped match the tone of the story.

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8.0
Harley Quinn (2016) #52

Oct 17, 2018

A very fun and funny issue.

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8.0
Harley Quinn (2016) #53

Nov 7, 2018

This story looks like it might be another fun interlude in the life of Harley Quinn.

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8.0
Harley Quinn (2016) #54

Nov 21, 2018

Lucas Werneck's art is great in this issue. His art complements the tone of the story and works brilliantly with the plot and dialogue.

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8.6
Harley Quinn (2016) #55

Dec 5, 2018

Timms has some amazingly detailed and fun art in this issue. Harley and everyone in the issue look great and their facial expressions are both fun and well drawn.

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7.8
Harley Quinn (2016) #56

Dec 19, 2018

There is no subtlety in this issue. Anyone who follows comics, especially on social media, knows some or all of the circumstances that prompted this story. It's an attack on gatekeeper fandom and it is amusing. There isn't any deep message to it and it's not trying to create one.

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9.2
Harley Quinn (2016) #57

Jan 9, 2019

The art in this issue is great. John Timms has some beautifully detailed visual in this issue that really caught my eye.

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8.5
Harley Quinn (2016) #58

Feb 6, 2019

John Timms art is remarkable. There are some beautifully, detailed panels in this issue as well as dynamic splash pages and action.

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9.2
Harley Quinn (2016) #59

Mar 6, 2019

Sami Basris art is a perfect complement to the tone and pace of this issue. Everything looked fun and bright.

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8.7
Harley Quinn (2016) #60

Apr 3, 2019

Sami Basris art is spectacular. Everything looks amazing and I love the version of Joker that was chosen for this issue.

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8.0
Harley Quinn (2016) #62

Jun 5, 2019

Otto Schmidts style is well suited to the action beats in the issue. Some of the character moments can feel a little flat, but there are great details and panels throughout the issue.

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8.4
Harley Quinn (2016) #63

Jul 3, 2019

Otto Schmidt's art is really good. It has a fun, frenetic style in its panels that give the story a sense of movement and urgency.

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8.5
Hawkman (2018) #10

Mar 12, 2019

The art by Bryan Hitch is dramatic and dynamic. I loved all of the action scenes and how they complement the plot. Can't wait to see what happens next.

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8.0
Hawkman: Found #1

Dec 27, 2017

Great story to fill in the gaps of the larger Metal narrative, but there was a profound sense that there was more to be told.

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7.5
Hellboy and the B.P.R.D.: 1956 #3

Jan 23, 2019

The art was really good, but there really wasn't much to the story to make the visuals memorable.

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8.5
Hellboy and the B.P.R.D.: 1956 #5

Mar 29, 2019

The art is the saving grace. All of the characters look amazing.

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8.0
Heroes In Crisis #1

Sep 26, 2018

Each page is filled with great details and the visual tone matches the narrative tone perfectly.

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8.0
Heroes In Crisis #2

Oct 31, 2018

I continue to be impressed with the bold choices that this series is making and Tom King's writing is amazingly dense and insightful.

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9.4
Heroes In Crisis #3

Nov 28, 2018

Aside from the traumatic event that sparks this series, the psychological struggles these heroes are dealing with are equally as interesting and King does a great job of making those fears palpable and understandable to the reader. There are a lot of layers to this story and each one that is uncovered is well-executed.

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8.6
Heroes In Crisis #4

Jan 2, 2019

Clay Mann's art is amazing in this issue. The Harley/Batgirl interlude alone is amazing in its detail and the beauty of the panel progression. The art is definitely one of the best things about this series and this issue specifically.

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9.6
Heroes In Crisis #5

Jan 30, 2019

Clay Mann has extremely beautiful art throughout this issue and everything is gloriously detailed. Do yourself a favor and check out the art, especially the splash page with Booster and Beetle. There is a hidden message in it that is extremely clever.

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9.7
Heroes In Crisis #6

Feb 27, 2019

Clay Mann and Mitch Gerards deliver some amazing art in this issue. Both artists bring beautiful detail and emotion to the pages.

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9.4
Heroes In Crisis #7

Mar 27, 2019

The art is also amazing from start to finish and the differing art styles blend together seamlessly.

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9.8
Heroes In Crisis #8

Apr 24, 2019

The art by Mitch Gerards and Travis Moore is hauntingly beautiful. There is so much emotion and pain in all the characters and that is given vivid reality through the art.

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7.2
Heroes In Crisis #9

May 29, 2019

Clay Mann's art is beautiful. Every panel and page is filled with beautiful details in both the characters and backgrounds. They do an amazing job of conveying the emotion of the scenes.

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9.5
Hex Wives #1

Oct 31, 2018

This is a wickedly clever, subversive story. Blacker does a great job of creating this world and a cast of characters that all have something interesting about them.

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9.7
Hex Wives #2

Nov 28, 2018

The art is fantastic. There are some great panels that depict Isadora's conflicting emotions and curiosity as well as shots that amplify how creepy and dangerous Aaron is as a character.

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9.7
Hex Wives #3

Jan 2, 2019

Mirka Andolfo's art is always brilliant and this issue is no exception. There are some truly disturbing and beautiful images in this issue especially the moments with Isadora as well as the shocking end of this issue. I can't wait to see what happens next for these characters.

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9.7
Hex Wives #4

Jan 30, 2019

Mirka Andolfo's visual style is the perfect complement to Blacker's story and its tone. There are so many amazing panels and the panic rendered on Aaron's face is delightful. All of the great visuals lead to a final page that opens the floodgates for something visually stunning to happen in the next issue.

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9.8
Hex Wives #5

Feb 27, 2019

Mirka Andolfo's art is absolutely gorgeous throughout this issue and complements the story perfectly. There are some amazingly detailed panels in this issue and it looks like the plot is setting things up for Andolfo to push the limits going forward.

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10
Hex Wives #6

Mar 27, 2019

Mirka Andolfos beautiful art punctuates the action and sly, subversive fun of this issue and its characters. Things are getting good in this series and I cant wait to see where it goes next.

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8.0
House of Whispers (2018) #1

Sep 12, 2018

Stanton does an excellent job with the art in this issue and every page is lavish and detailed. I love the composition of the panels and the way that the angles used for many of the scenes put the reader into the action of the moment. I love the immersive feel of the art in this issue.

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8.0
House of Whispers (2018) #2

Oct 10, 2018

Stanton's art is amazing. Every panel is full of rich details and the art helps move the story along really well. The art does a great job of keeping the pace of the story moving.

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8.0
House of Whispers (2018) #3

Nov 14, 2018

Hopkinson continues to create an intricate and intriguing world for these characters as the mystery of what is affecting Erzulie and the urgency to get her out of the Dreaming continues to be compelling to the reader.

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8.5
Hunt For Wolverine #1

May 1, 2018

A well crafted story with great visuals and a mystery that is compelling.

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8.0
Hunt For Wolverine: Dead Ends #1

Aug 29, 2018

Like a great detective story, this issue brings together all of the competing storylines from the Hunt for Wolverine series and not only gives them all context in a bigger story, but introduces a new threat that seems really formidable.

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9.0
Hunt For Wolverine: Adamantium Agenda #1

May 11, 2018

A really good story from start to finish with a great ending that cues up for some explosive action in the next issue.

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8.5
Hunt For Wolverine: Adamantium Agenda #2

Jun 15, 2018

A great story that continues to add some great character moments and twists that make me interested to see what happens next.

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8.0
Hunt For Wolverine: Mystery In Madripoor #1

May 25, 2018

The writer chose a great focus for this story and the art work really complimented the narrative style.

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8.0
Hunt For Wolverine: Weapon Lost #1

May 2, 2018

Subtle, well paced investigation based plot that allows for character development.

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8.8
IDW 20/20: Star Trek #1

Jan 30, 2019

J.K. Woodward's artwork is beautiful and conveys a lot of emotion as well as dramatic tension. A great looking issue with an engaging and interesting story.

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8.5
IDW 20/20: Ghostbusters #1

Jan 16, 2019

The art is really good. There are some impressive panels and a great use of light and shadow at use. Definitely a good looking issue.

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9.5
Immortal Hulk #1

Jun 8, 2018

This is a great debut issue that hits all the marks when crafting a new story for this character. Hulk is both engaging and menacing and there is a quality to the way this story is written and illustrated that makes me want to read more.

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9.0
Immortal Hulk #2

Jul 4, 2018

Two issues in and I'm invested in this story. The story is scary and interesting and the art is amazing.

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8.0
Immortal Hulk #3

Jul 18, 2018

As heavy as the first two issues of Immortal Hulk have been, this one gives the reader a chance to take a breath and concentrate on the evolving story.

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8.0
Immortal Hulk #4

Aug 1, 2018

This whole issue was a slow build to what looks like a huge fight in the next issue. Why that slow build works is because Al Ewing has done a really good job of grounding the story and the dialogue.

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8.0
Immortal Hulk #5

Sep 5, 2018

Ewing continues to craft an interesting and layered story for a character that most would dismiss as being one-dimensional.

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8.5
Immortal Hulk #6

Sep 19, 2018

I continue to be impressed with the Jekyll/Hyde aspects of this series and the description of the new process for becoming the Hulk is filled with rich drama for the character and adds to the tragic legacy of Bruce Banner.

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7.5
Immortal Hulk #7

Oct 10, 2018

Joe Bennett's art is great in this issue and the action scenes are amazing. I enjoyed the brutality of Hulk's rage as well as the tension in the fight with Iron Man. Bennett portrays some real fear on Tony's face during that fight and it illustrates the stakes these characters face dealing with this new Hulk.

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8.7
Immortal Hulk #8

Nov 7, 2018

This issue was incredibly fun to read. The build up to the finale of this issue was paced really well.

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9.4
Immortal Hulk #9

Nov 21, 2018

I love the direction this story is going. There are so many strange twists and turns that are taking the Hulk somewhere dark.

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9.5
Immortal Hulk #10

Dec 5, 2018

Joe Bennett's art is fantastic. It's a great complement to the story with panels that build on the increased pace and speed of the plot.

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9.6
Immortal Hulk #11

Jan 2, 2019

This is a well done and smartly written journey for both the audience and the characters.

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9.4
Immortal Hulk #12

Jan 24, 2019

Joe Bennett and Eric Nguyen deliver some amazing art and the different styles work with each other well to deliver a great looking issue.

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9.5
Immortal Hulk #13

Feb 6, 2019

Joe Bennett goes big with beautifully detailed art. Every panel in this issue is amazing to look at and there is a level of scale to the battles in this issue that are fantastic. This is a great looking issue.

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9.5
Immortal Hulk #14

Mar 7, 2019

Kyle Hotz's style is perfect for this issue. It's stark, dramatic and filled with details and shadows. It fits the tone of this story perfectly.

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9.0
Immortal Hulk #16

Apr 8, 2019

Joe Bennett's art is amazing. Everything from the fight in the lab to the thrilling final panel looks fantastic.

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9.3
Immortal Hulk #17

May 15, 2019

Joe Bennetts art in this issue is beautiful and brutal in equal measure. There are some visually stunning panels in this issue.

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9.3
Immortal Hulk #18

May 29, 2019

Joe Bennett delivers some incredible and detailed art throughout this issue. He frames many of the pages to increase the tension and sense of foreboding. An amazing looking issue.

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9.7
Immortal Hulk #19

Jun 12, 2019

Joe Bennett's art is sublime. It is a beautiful mixture of comic book action and visceral horror. The last few pages are shockingly brutal and beautiful.

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9.5
Immortal Hulk #20

Jul 3, 2019

Joe Bennett masterfully brings Ewings story to life with beautiful art. Every page looks great and all of the action is fantastic.

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9.0
Immortal Hulk #21

Jul 17, 2019

Ryan Bodenheim does an excellent job with the art in this issue. It keeps the dark overall tone of the story and fills the page with glorious detail in both the characters and the backgrounds.

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8.5
Infinite Dark #1

Oct 10, 2018

There are so many potentially interesting directions that this story can go in.

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9.0
Infinite Dark #2

Nov 14, 2018

The atmosphere and environment in this story is sound and there is great drama and fear to be mined in an environment as chilling as the vacuum of space devoid of stars and life.

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9.3
Infinite Dark #4

Jan 30, 2019

The art by Andrea Mutti is amazing. There are so many great panels throughout and the art does a great job of showcasing the dark, dire circumstances the characters find themselves in.

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8.0
Invincible Iron Man (2016) #594

Nov 22, 2017

An enjoyable read with every woman close to Tony taking charge and command and fighting back.

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8.9
Invincible Iron Man (2016) #598

Mar 29, 2018

A great continuation of the story with amazing art and a good twist for both Tony and Doom.

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8.0
Iron Fist (2017) #1

Mar 28, 2017

This is a good story that has the potential to really take Iron Fist on a journey of discovery that enhances the character overall. While there are some clich moments to be found, the overall story works as the beginning of a journey. The art is well done with great use of shadows throughout to signify the characters darker impulses taking hold.

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9.7
Ironheart #1

Nov 28, 2018

The art was excellently detailed and beautiful. Both the action and the character moments looked visually stunning.

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9.4
Ironheart #2

Jan 16, 2019

Luciano Vechhios art is brilliant, beautiful and vibrant. There are so many great panels and pages throughout and I would love to see him take on a huge splash page fight scene with Ironheart at the center.

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9.5
Ironheart #3

Feb 14, 2019

Luciano Vecchio's art is amazing. It is so detailed and beautiful with visuals and colors that leap off the page. Every page feels vibrant and full of energy and matches the tone of the story brilliantly.

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9.2
Ironheart #4

Mar 28, 2019

The art by Luciano Vecchio is brilliantly detailed and amazing. Both the action and character moments look beautiful.

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9.0
James Bond (2017): M #1

Feb 21, 2018

A well done self contained story that grabs the reader as it spins a tale of revenge and dark history. Worth a read.

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8.0
James Bond 007 (2018) #1

Nov 7, 2018

As a first issue, Pak does a great job of establishing the principles and conflict in this issue without making things overly complicated.

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8.0
James Bond: Kill Chain #6

Jan 5, 2018

This was a solid action packed conclusion to a really fun, classic Bond story. Worth reading.

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7.5
Jim Henson's Beneath the Dark Crystal #1

Jul 4, 2018

This is a great looking first issue, but the story doesn't establish much conflict.

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7.0
Jim Henson's Beneath the Dark Crystal #2

Aug 15, 2018

I found myself at times wondering what the point of this issue was and when it was going to get to it. Kensho and Toolah's story was unfocused and if it weren't part of the issue, it probably wouldn't have been missed. Thurma's story was more compelling, but it never really exploited the tension it was building.

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9.8
Jim Henson's Labyrinth: Coronation #1

Feb 28, 2018

I am engaged with this first issue. From the narrative to the visuals, it is great read that makes me want to read more.

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9.5
Jim Henson's Labyrinth: Coronation #2

Mar 28, 2018

A consistently great story with a deep, engaging story.

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8.0
Jim Henson's Labyrinth: Coronation #3

Apr 25, 2018

Progressing well with a focus on the main characters instead of using the movie as a crutch.

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8.5
Jim Henson's Labyrinth: Coronation #4

May 30, 2018

Another great issue that was a little slow getting to the point.

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7.5
Jim Henson's Labyrinth: Coronation #5

Jul 25, 2018

There is a distinct look to this issue that is very well done. The story seems to be moving faster now with the stakes being raised and my interest continues to be peaked by where the story is going.

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8.0
Jim Henson's Labyrinth: Coronation #6

Aug 22, 2018

Spurrier has done an excellent job taking the mystery in this issue deeper than before. There are some developing layers to this story that are a huge surprise and add some rich details to the life of Jareth as well as some interesting moments in the story that connect back to the original Labyrinth.

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7.0
Jim Henson's Labyrinth: Coronation #7

Sep 26, 2018

Spurrier and Ferrier sacrifice a lot of the action and adventure elements of this series for exposition in this issue. While I like the larger tale that is being told, the exposition did seem a little heavy in places.

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6.5
Jim Henson's Labyrinth: Coronation #8

Oct 24, 2018

This was a fine continuation of the story that has grabbed my attention overall. Unfortunately, there wasn't much there that was interesting until the end of the issue.

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8.0
Jim Henson's Labyrinth: Coronation #9

Dec 19, 2018

Bayliss' art complements the story perfectly and I loved the scenes that parallel between Maria and Sarah. Can't wait to see where this story goes next.

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8.9
Jim Henson's Labyrinth: Coronation #10

Jan 30, 2019

Bayliss and Flores continue to produce detailed and amazing art in this issue. With everything becoming increasingly more tense, the art does a great job of showcasing that tension with the expressions of the characters as well as the dramatic panels and splash pages.

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9.5
Jim Henson's Labyrinth: Coronation #11

Feb 27, 2019

Bayliss and Flores continue to bring out magnificent art throughout this issue. The confrontation between Maria and the king is composed beautifully.

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7.5
Jim Henson's Labyrinth: Coronation #12

Mar 27, 2019

The art is great from Daniel Bayliss and Irene Flores, but the resolution of this story took away from the brilliant art.

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9.0
Jim Henson's Tale of Sand #1

Jul 3, 2019

Ramon K Perez does an excellent job of bringing this story to life visually. With the limited dialogue, this story is uniquely visual in how it lays out. Perez does an excellent job bringing this story and all of its surreal visuals to life.

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8.5
Jim Henson's The Storyteller #4

Mar 21, 2018

Well told story with great visuals. Love this series.

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9.2
Jim Henson's The Storyteller: Fairies #2

Jan 19, 2018

I really loved the subtle brilliance of this story and the pacing of it as well. The contrast in art styles took some getting use to.

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9.2
Jim Henson's The Storyteller: Sirens #3

Jun 12, 2019

Webbs art is beautiful in this issue. All of the characters look great and the character designs and style are reminiscent of classic childrens storybooks. A great looking issue with art that matches the sweet tone of the story.

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8.8
Jim Henson's The Storyteller: Sirens #4

Jul 17, 2019

Kochs art is amazingly detailed. So many of the panels look like beautifully drawn paintings filled with light and color. A great looking issue.

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6.0
John Wick #2

Apr 25, 2018

Moves the overall plot along, but if this were the first comic I picked up, it wouldn't entice me to read the next one.

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