Gustavo S Lodi's Comic Reviews

Reviewer For: Multiversity Comics Reviews: 95
7.9Avg. Review Rating

8.2
A Walk Through Hell #1

May 17, 2018

Sharply written and drawn, "A Walk through Hell" #1 makes the best of the comic book serialized form, offering just enough of characters explicit backstories and problematic situations to keep readers invested, as they peel the layers of this detailed book for any hints on what may be going on. Well worth the time to revisit it multiple times.

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6.9
Action Comics (2016) #1013

Jul 26, 2019

Despite its very strong art and sharply written dialogue, "Action Comics" #1013 seems to be biting more than it can chew, never really spending time on any moment to make it exciting on its own.

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6.9
Age Of X-Man: The Amazing Nightcrawler #1

Feb 22, 2019

For it to be truly amazing, this series should refocus on what truly makes Nightcrawler such a beloved hero, paving the way to the debate as to why this constructed reality is far from utopic.

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5.0
Aquaman (2016) #41

Oct 19, 2018

An unfortunate beginning to Abnett's sendoff from "Aquaman," this tie-in to 'Drowned Earth' is not worthy of some of the great stories of this run and offers little to old or new fans alike.

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8.5
Avengers (2018) #19

May 24, 2019

Without losing sight of big action, "Avengers" #19 zooms in on some of its lesser known characters, and delivers surprising insight and twists to his role on the team and the larger adventures afoot.

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7.9
Avengers (2018) #20

Jun 28, 2019

Aaron, McGuiness, and team deliver another strong issue on the broader 'War of the Realms' narrative, knowing when to pull back on both big plot moments and visual action scenes.

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7.0
Batman (2016) #39

Jan 18, 2018

"Batman" #39 is an interesting take on the 'stranded island' tropes, with strong characterisation on Batman and the regular supporting cast. The lights shone on Wonder Woman are still up for grabs and the art misses some opportunities to really explore this outlandish dimension.

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5.5
Batman (2016) #46

May 3, 2018

Continued below(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Final Verdict : 5.5 " Although "Batman" #46 earns extra points for its beautiful and cohesive art style, the core problems with the plot are too relevant to consider it a strong arc for this run. While some hope can be held for the final issues of this story, King would need to pull the proverbial rabbit out of the hat to salvage this one.

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8.9
Batman (2016) #51

Jul 20, 2018

Such a sharp change of pace might lead to an unbalanced issue in less able hands, but the creative team on "Batman" #51 is anything but. This entry expands on the situations these characters can lend themselves to, while showing beautiful page, panel and character design.

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8.0
Batman (2016) #67

Mar 21, 2019

By trusting on their artist companions to deliver a breath-taking visual narrative, Tom King delivered a powerful self-contained issue, but one that positions the plot to emerge on future entries.

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8.7
Batman (2016) #69

Apr 19, 2019

By better juggling character exploration and art with plot evolution, "Batman" #69 is the most balanced issue of the 'Knightmares' arc, offering a full package of story and art to its audience.

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8.1
Batman (2016) #75

Jul 19, 2019

"Batman" #75 is quick to establish the scope and stake of 'City of Bane,' and it serves the purpose of ranking up excitement as any opening issue should.

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8.9
Batman (2016) #77

Aug 22, 2019

Expertly crafted, beautifully drawn, and constructed with a clear pacing in mind, "Batman" #77 is a highlight of King's run.

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7.0
Batman and the Signal #1

Jan 5, 2018

"Batman and The Signal" #1 introduces a lot of interesting concepts that should keep readers invested for the duration of this limited series. However, while the art is a high point worth commending, the script's pacing suffers from multiple exposition fronts. Here's hoping that with this out of the way, the next two issues of the series will become stronger.

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7.7
Batman/Superman (2019) #2

Sep 27, 2019

Stronger than it's first issue, by lacing character interaction front and centre, "Batman/Superman" #2 is well worth your attention.

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8.5
Black Cat (2019) #1

Jun 6, 2019

Fun, beautiful and amazingly fresh, "Black Cat" spells positive news to Marvel's burglar enchantress.

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7.2
Bloodborne #1

Feb 22, 2018

A surprisingly good issue to an adaptation that could have ended up like a beat-by-beat retelling of a game's story, but instead choses to use the medium's strengths to deliver something unique. Well-complemented by an art and colouring style that add to the experience and show promise for future issues.

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6.5
Captain America (2018) #6

Dec 21, 2018

Despite its beautiful art, "Captain America" fails to excite as it does more meandering on strong past stories, rather than paving new ways and paths into surprising and rich tales.

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7.9
Captain Marvel (2019) #1

Jan 11, 2019

An excellent start for the new adventures of Captain Marvel, this issue not only promises a lot... it delivers.

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7.5
Copra #1

Oct 3, 2019

With an unique art style and imaginative narrative, readers should forget "Copra" struggle to be inherent accessible, understanding this is an issue that gets better as you revisit it.

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7.3
Cosmic Ghost Rider #1

Jul 6, 2018

Cates and Burnett are successful in bringing a crazy, high-level concept character down to the ground, only to then take him into even more impossible journeys. Hopefully the rest of the mini will be just as energized " in terms of the script and on how the art portrays it as it moves forward.

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8.2
DCeased #1

May 1, 2019

Disturbingly beautiful, compelling and timely, "DCeased" has everything to be another excellent series by Taylor and team.

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7.0
Dead Man Logan #1

Nov 30, 2018

One last hurrah for the older, painful, scarred Logan. If this series continues on the path it has set for itself, this will be a worthy ride into the sunset.

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7.0
Detective Comics (2016) #995

Jan 3, 2019

Tomasi, Mahnke and team have something quite interesting brewing, even if it is still not obvious and fully fleshed out. Here's hoping more will be out in the open soon.

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7.7
Detective Comics (2016) Annual #1

Feb 1, 2018

"Detective Comics Annual" #1 breaks away with the annual tradition of having lower value than its main series by delivering a well-crafted, layered and compelling analysis into the mind of a monster . . . and a victim.

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7.9
Doctor Doom (2019) #1

Oct 11, 2019

Larger than life. Egocentric. Arrogant. Extremely compelling. "Doctor Doom" as a book, just as his namesake lead, might have just made a very strong case for how good this series can be.

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9.0
Doctor Star and the Kingdom of Lost Tomorrows #2

Apr 6, 2018

An honest, beautiful story of choices and losses, using the incredible and otherwordly to make readers reflect on where life's focus should be. Combined with a brilliant team effort on the art department, from drawings, colors and letters, this is a must-read.

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8.5
Doomsday Clock #7

Sep 28, 2018

Taking the best elements on the series so far, but elevating it to something more of an homage, with a deep sense of character, art and consequence, "Doomsday Clock" #7 is the best beginning of the end readers could hope for.

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9.0
Doomsday Clock #9

Mar 8, 2019

With amazing, layered art, with a plot that revels of the structure of confrontation, debate and contrast, "Doomsday Clock" #9 is a must-have book.

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9.2
Doomsday Clock #10

May 31, 2019

"Doomsday Clock" #10 does not shy away from its importance and from the topics it wants to discuss, rising admirably to the occasion.

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7.9
Eternity Girl #1

Mar 15, 2018

Surely a strong series out of the gate, "Eternity Girl" presents characters readers can quickly care for, in situations that introduce complex questions on the nature of super-heroism and its impact on ordinary people. And while some script choices could be further ironed-out, it certainly makes for a series well-worth revisiting in future issues.

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7.0
Event Leviathan #6

Nov 15, 2019

Despite a reveal that crumbles unto its own weight and longer narrative structure, it is within the quieter moments and the original plan to reshape DC's seedy intelligence underbelly, that "Event Leviathan" #6 shines the brightest.

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7.4
Excalibur (2019) #1

Nov 1, 2019

"Excalibur" #1 is a treasure trove of details and secrets, opening the way for this fantasy world. More balanced issues in terms of structure would turn the magic truly on.

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7.5
Extermination (2018) #2

Aug 30, 2018

"Extermination" #2 continues to highlight a fast-paced event with meaningful impacts to a large number of characters, always portrayed in a free-flowing art style. Now that the explanations are out of the way, the rest of the story can really kick it in overdrive. Readers should be excited for what comes next!

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6.4
Fantastic Four (2018) #8

Mar 29, 2019

Despite a beautiful and effective visual narrative, "Fantastic Four" #8 misses the opportunity of being as remarkable as the first family can be.

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8.3
Flash (2016) #47

May 24, 2018

The beginning of an event done right, "The Flash" #47 builds on years of plots in a story held together by beautiful art and characters that ring true due to sharply written dialogue and nuanced facial expressions.

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7.1
Flash (2016) #69

Apr 26, 2019

"The Flash" #69 reaches the finishing line in a strong note, but loses some points on execution that could have been easily prevented.

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6.4
Future Foundation (2019) #1

Aug 8, 2019

While there are several ingredients in the pot, none of them feel truly special to rise to the top on this first issues of "Future Foundation."

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8.0
Giant-Size X-Statix (2019) #1

Jul 11, 2019

Fun, satirical, and timely, "Giant Size X-Statix" #1 brings back all the positive energy this series is known for, while setting the stage for more to come.

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9.0
Gideon Falls #1

Mar 8, 2018

One of those inaugural issues that deliver on every note, introducing complex characters in mysterious situations and settings, all told with a sharp script that understands the importance of visual storytelling, "Gideon Falls" is one of the best introductions to a new world 2018 has yet to offer.

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9.2
Gideon Falls #13

May 16, 2019

Continued below(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});Final Verdict: 9.2 – With such a well-aligned creative team, delivering some of their best work ever, “Gideon Falls” is a monthly joy. By trusting on its own quality and being unafraid of keep pushing the envelope, it delivers in a big way.

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8.9
Green Lantern (2018) #2

Dec 6, 2018

Mixing a multi-layered art, with details that pull audience in, and a sense of the grandeur and unexpected reveals, "The Green Lantern" is a key series to watch.

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7.5
Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #37

Jan 26, 2018

"Hal Jordan and the Green Lanters" #37 shows promise in changing the recent pacing choices of this series, which were becoming stale. The high standard seen on illustrations and colors are certainly a backbone of this issue, which delivers on action, challenges and internal disputes.

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9.0
Hawkman (2018) #1

Jun 14, 2018

"Hawkman" #1 is a complex, interesting and beautiful return to form for Cartel Hall and his mythos.

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8.0
Hawkman (2018) #5

Oct 11, 2018

If you enjoy adventures, deep character moments, true friendship and gorgeous art " and who doesn't? " you should not miss "Hawkman" #5. The paths forward are many and all lead to exciting situations.

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8.9
Hawkman (2018) #7

Dec 14, 2018

Courageous. Beautiful. Honest. "Hawkman" #7 is what other origin and revelation stories aspire to be. By trusting and believing on its core characters, it allows them to fly further.

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8.9
Hawkman (2018) #12

May 10, 2019

Venditti and Hitch have mashed so well as a creative team that they disappear individually, the same way that the many lives of Carter Hall bring this story to its epic conclusion.

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8.6
Heroes In Crisis #2

Nov 1, 2018

A murder mystery is as good as the pace of its reveals, the respect to reader's intelligence, and the underlying theme that makes it relevant. So far, "Heroes in Crisis" earned its keep as a story to watch.

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7.5
Heroes In Crisis #5

Feb 1, 2019

While there is no doubt about it's beauty, "Heroes in Crisis" #5 still raises more questions than it answers. And if the emotional aspect of the book is solid, its mystery component is still up for discussion.

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7.0
House of Whispers (2018) #1

Sep 13, 2018

Showing a lot of promise, "House of Whispers" is not without its limitations, but it is so ambitious and honest that it should keep readers engaged for more.

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9.5
House of X #5

Sep 19, 2019

Powerful, beautiful, impactful. "House of X" #5 is yet another brilliant issue on the Hickman, Larraz, and Silva reinvention that will be referenced for years to come.

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9.2
Immortal Hulk #25

Oct 25, 2019

Gorgeous. Strange. Fresh. In an already defining series, the creative team has crafted a gem for the ages.

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8.9
Infidel #2

Apr 20, 2018

Just as provocative and timely as its debut issue, "Infidel" #2 continues to present a terrifying scenario, where believable characters struggle to remain intact with their moral core. And that is even before any supernatural monster or creature can raise its ugly head.

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9.0
Justice League (2018) #7

Sep 6, 2018

Nothing short of electric, "Justice League" #7 is cover-to-cover excitement, wrapped on some of the best art available today.

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7.4
Justice League Dark (2018) #2

Aug 23, 2018

With an eclectic cast of characters locked in a mystery clearly larger than them, "Justice League Dark" #2 is an example of how team books should be structured. While the art takes a few hits when slowing down to the more human members of the book, it truly shines on the supernatural scenarios and otherworldly creatures filling these pages.

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8.9
Justice League: No Justice #1

May 10, 2018

Building up from the excitement that "Metal" infused to the DC Universe and already shaping up to be a strong lead-up to the new phase of "Justice League" and "Titans" publishing line, "Justice League No Justice" is just as beautiful as it is interesting. Here's hoping that the other three issues of this weekly event further expand and explore this brave new universe!

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7.8
Kick-Ass (2018) #1

Feb 16, 2018

Continued below(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Final Verdict: 7.8 " While not exploring unfamiliar territory, Millar, Romita, and team deliver a very strong issue, where script and art come together to tell an interesting story with even better characters. This could be the beginning of a new age for "Kick-Ass" that does not pander nor alienate long-time readers.

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8.9
King Thor #1

Sep 12, 2019

"King Thor" #1 is a worthy (pun intented) beginning of the end, with Aaron, Ribic, and Svorcina pulling their strength to end it all on a very high note.

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8.4
Leviathan #1

Aug 2, 2018

"Leviathan" #1 offers its audience a fresh new world, fully detailed and populated with compelling individuals, challenges and mysteries. The creator's passion for the project is just as obvious as it is contagious.

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7.7
Man of Steel (2018) #4

Jun 21, 2018

Bendis and the entire creative team continue to build on their foundation for this new era of Superman, by focusing on insightful character moments, exciting action and beautiful art.

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6.1
Marvel Team-Up (2019) #1

Apr 5, 2019

Despite some inspiring structural choices, "Marvel Team-Up" #1 runs the risk of becoming lost on today's market, by not connecting with the audience with anything out of the ordinary.

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4.9
Mech Cadet Yu #6

Feb 8, 2018

Final Verdict: 4.9 – For a series as compelling and fresh as “Mech Cadet Yu” issue #6 is ultimately more about the noise. What could have been exciting sequences within the confines a more rounded entry, unfortunately ends up being too much ado about nothing, lacking on strong characters moments and believable danger. This is largely where the issue fails, despite a visually-grabbing art style and coloring that do their best to imbue interesting features.

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7.9
Mister Miracle #6

Jan 12, 2018

"Mister Miracle" #6 is another great building block to what will surely be a Tom King and Mitch Gerads phenomenal series.

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6.5
Mr. and Mrs. X #1

Jul 27, 2018

An unfortunate first issue that does a lot right, but stumbles early on around pacing that plagues it throughout. There is a lot to enjoy on "Mr & Mrs X" #1, especially for long-time fans of the X-Men, and hopefully subsequent issues wont suffer as much from the needed setup this particular offering had to deal with.

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8.9
Naomi #1

Jan 24, 2019

"Naomi" knows what it wants to be and the message it wants to deliver. By focusing on creating such a compelling new character and letting the story unravel around her, the creative team hit gold.

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8.0
New Mutants (2019) #1

Nov 8, 2019

Something old, something new, this new chapter of the "New Mutants" saga is off to strange new start, with some much beloved characters in new roles and challenges.

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7.5
Old Lady Harley #1

Oct 25, 2018

Surprisingly fresh, while true to both characters and comic tropes, 'Old Lady Harley' is unafraid to provoke the conventions of the medium, while still honoring it.

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9.2
Pearl #1

Aug 16, 2018

"Pearl" #1 is everything a debut issue should be and more. Interesting characters in a complex setting, with page after page of gorgeous art to get lost in. Dont miss it.

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9.5
Powers of X #1

Aug 1, 2019

Uncanny. Amazing. Astonishing. And we are only one issue in.

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8.0
Punisher Kill Krew #1

Aug 16, 2019

With a laser-focused aim to its audience, and not afraid to mix comedy with action, Dugan, Ferreyra and team creat something unique with "Punisher Kill Krew" #1 that certainly deserves your attention.

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7.8
Punks Not Dead #2

Mar 22, 2018

"Punks Not Dead" #2 brings interesting characters and very well-paced world building together to deliver a story that keeps readers invested and guessing. With a beautiful package on drawings and colors that contribute to the sense of wonder and surprise, this is a series that should keep the audience coming back for more.

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8.5
Return of Wolverine #1

Sep 20, 2018

More than a return from the dead, "Return of Wolverine" pulls one of the best versions of Logan upfront to deliver an instigating story about loss, revenge and understanding of the self. The next issues cannot come soon enough.

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8.7
Ruinworld #1

Jul 12, 2018

For an audience that craves an uncompromising series in regards to its style, purpose and sense of fun, "Ruinworld" #1 is a great way to start something that is set to be a promising series with multiple chapters and adventures.

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7.0
Sentry (2018) #1

Jun 28, 2018

Final Verdict: 7.0 – “The Sentry” #1 makes some very interesting questions and offers an approach to a hard-to-digest hero that is truly compelling and complex. While the art could take broader creative liberties on the pocket reality, it is well designed and realised on the more urban and real-world components of the story. Certainly a series to check back and see how it develops.

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6.9
Shazam! (2018) #3

Feb 28, 2019

"Shazam!" #3 fails to present compelling new reasons for its purpose, but its gorgeous art and some sub-plot interest should keep the audience moving along.

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6.5
Sideways #3

Apr 12, 2018

For a series that launched under a label that promises bold, new heroes and concepts, "Sideways" has still not found a way to be unique and relevant with issue #3. Not a bad comic per se, and with truly beautiful art, but one that seems content on telling an old story with just touches of new ideas.

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8.9
Silver Surfer: Black #1

Jun 13, 2019

Final Verdict: 8.9 – “Silver Surfer: Black” #1 is amazingly fast-paced and deep at the same time, knowing how to balance its epic scale with a truthful and deep character focus and voice.

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8.9
Something is Killing the Children #1

Sep 5, 2019

"Something is Killing the Children" is a perfect blend of horror script and visual storytelling, with a fluid and mixed art style being as filled with double meaning and secrets as the story it is telling.

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7.8
Supergirl (2016) #21

Aug 10, 2018

"Supergirl" #21 sure looks set to be a worthy addition to this new era of the 'Superman' line of books, with a strong title character in a promising adventure, portrayed in gorgeous art. While the story so far is not groundbreaking in an major sense, its honesty " both in terms of character portrayal and mission statement " will bring readers back for more.

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6.3
Superman (2018) #10

Apr 11, 2019

Beautiful, emotional, and...flat. "Superman" #10 stumbles to tell a dynamic story for one of comic's most powerful facilities, leaving behind a taste of what could have been.

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8.9
Superman Smashes The Klan #1

Oct 17, 2019

"Superman Smashes the Klan" #1 is a remarkable example of how to address a complex topic in an accessible way, wrapped in a visual style that just clicks.

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9.0
Superman: Year One #1

Jun 20, 2019

Miller, Romita Jr., and team come out of the gates fast and strong. Anticipation for what comes next is high. Up, up, and away!

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8.5
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder in Hell #1

Jan 17, 2019

A very strong debut issue, exploring themes that are complex, but never pandering to its audience, "Shredder in Hell" #1 goes beyond comic tropes to tell an unique, and deep, story.

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8.5
The Batman Who Laughs (2018): The Grim Knight #1

Mar 14, 2019

"Grim Knight" relishes on the dark and on the ever-expanding Batman mythology to tell a haunting, disturbing story of ultimate consequences.

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7.9
The Highest House #2

Mar 29, 2018

"The Highest House" surprises in a lot of ways, from nuanced characters to a plot evolution that doesn't reveal all of its cards before due time. With beautiful drawings that craft a compelling world against towers and walls (and despite of characters that visually look bland), this issue and series should keep readers curious for what the future holds.

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7.5
The Last Siege #1

Jun 1, 2018

Continued below(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Final Verdict : 7.5 – A debut issue that explains just enough to keep readers invested, taking a chance on narrative and setting mash-ups that really work based on the merits of a mysterious scrip and moody art style. While some additional layers would be beneficial on character designs (both around motivation and visual representation), this first issue should bring the audience back for more.

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7.5
The Terrifics #1

Mar 1, 2018

"The Terrifics" #1 is a great first issue, introducing exciting characters on a brand new light as they embark on a journey with vast potential for adventure and danger. And despite a script that at times tries to bite more than it can chew, readers should be fully invested on what comes next and what the amazing art will have to offer.

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6.5
The Unexpected (2018) #1

Jun 8, 2018

It is somewhat frustrating that "The Unexpected" #1 fails in telling a compelling story on this issue. While it is abundantly clear that there was a lot of world building, design and creative discussions to make this issue happen, it is also clear that the creative team bit more than they could possible chew in these twenty pages.

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7.7
Uncanny X-Men (2018) #1

Nov 16, 2018

Larger-than-life and passionate about what has come before, "Uncanny X-Men" hopes to reinforce Marvel's mutant as key players; it might just succeed with flying colors.

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8.9
Uncanny X-Men (2018) #11

Feb 8, 2019

An excellent restart to the series, "Uncanny X-Men" wastes no time setting the new status quo and mission statement, treating their characters with care and respect.

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6.8
Uncanny X-Men (2018) #21

Jul 5, 2019

In an attempt to make this volume as incredible as it can be, the creative team comes up short on something that matters a lot... making its audience believe and care for the characters going through the motions.

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8.3
Web Of Venom: Carnage Born #1

Nov 22, 2018

"Web of Venom: Carnage" delivers big on reintroducing one of Marvel's vilest foes, while painting the path ahead of him in deep reds.

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8.9
Wonder Twins (2019) #1

Feb 14, 2019

The adventures of Zana and Jayna are off to an excellent start. If this series remains as true to its concept as its debut issue, it will be sorely missed five issues from now when it wraps.

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7.0
X-Men: Black (2018): Magneto #1

Oct 5, 2018

Final Verdict : 7.0 " A treat for older X-Men fans, but also accessible to new ones alike, “X-Men Black: Magneto” focuses on character studies and definitely understands what makes them tick and how influential they can still be.

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7.5
X-Men: Red (2018) #10

Nov 9, 2018

Despite meandering on topics that might be over-discussed at this point, Taylor, Antnio, Beredo and team continue to display one of the more complex series for Marvel's X-Men in recent years, with an art package that wastes little frills in favor of concise narrative flow.

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