Matthew Aguilar's Comic Reviews

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80th Anniversary 100-Page Super Spectacular: Green Lantern #1

Jun 24, 2020

DC went all out to celebrate the Ring Slinger's 80th Annivesary, and the Green Lantern 80th Anniversary 100-Page Super Spectacular delivers all that a Lantern fan could ask for.

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80th Anniversary 100-Page Super Spectacular: Aquaman #1

Sep 1, 2021

Aquaman is one of DC's biggest icons, and he deserves to be celebrated as such. Thankfully DC did just that with the Aquaman 80th Anniversary 100-Page Super Spectacular, and it's a celebration no Aquaman fan will want to miss.

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Absolute Carnage (2019): Captain Marvel #1

Nov 20, 2019

While there are some charming parts at the beginning and end of the issue, there's just not enough here to make this a must-buy, though there is some fun to be had if you're willing to overlook some flaws.

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Acts of Evil: Moon Knight Annual #1

Sep 11, 2019

This wasn't really what I was expecting it all, but any Moon Knight fan will definitely not want to miss out on all the fun.

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Aero #1

Jul 3, 2019

Overall, it feels like the team's trying to find its rhythm a bit in this first issue, but the potential is clearly there.

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Aero #2

Aug 7, 2019

It might have started out a little slow, but here Aero is truly starting to hit its stride, and we're quickly becoming big fans of the hero and her amazing world.

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Aero #3

Sep 18, 2019

The issue has a few hiccups, but the highs definitely outweigh the lows.

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Aero #4

Oct 16, 2019

Writer Zhou Liefen's first story is gorgeous to look at but just doesn't have the depth or moment to moment action of previous issues, and especially when compared to the second half of the book.

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Agents of Atlas (2019) #1

Aug 7, 2019

There are highs and lows in this book, so here's hoping that once the team finds its rhythm they can capitalize on the book's serious potential.

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Agents of Atlas (2019) #2

Sep 4, 2019

Agents of Atlas got off to a solid start, but after #2 you can clearly see how much potential this team and this premise has.

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Agents of Atlas (2019) #3

Oct 23, 2019

Agents of Atlas has carved out its own little corner of the Marvel universe and will reward anyone willing to try something new.

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Agents of Atlas (2019) #4

Nov 13, 2019

Overall Agents of Atlas continues to build on its delightful cast and engaging central premise, but it seems like it hasn't quite hit full gear.

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Agents of Atlas (2019) #5

Dec 18, 2019

It seems this book is really hitting its stride at just the right time.

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Alpha Flight: True North #1

Sep 4, 2019

While this isn't a necessary pick-up, if you decide to jump in you'll find yourself wishing this wasn't just a one-shot.

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America Chavez: Made in the USA #1

Mar 3, 2021

It's always a delight to have America Chavez in the spotlight, and thankfully America Chavez: Made In The U.S.A. #1 brings so many of the aspects we love about the character to the forefront.

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America Chavez: Made in the USA #2

Apr 7, 2021

This series is really starting to hit its stride, and things should get even better from here.

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America Chavez: Made in the USA #3

May 5, 2021

America Chavez: Made in the U.S.A.'s first two issues are quite good, more than good really, but they still don't really prepare you for what's to come in issue #3.

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America Chavez: Made in the USA #4

Jul 7, 2021

There' still a lot to love here even with the odd ending, and hopefully, the final issue can stick the landing.

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America Chavez: Made in the USA #5

Aug 11, 2021

It wasn't the finale I initially hoped for, but it still gets America to a new place and brings some welcome new elements into her life that should only make her adventures even better, and I can't wait to see what's in store for her from here.

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American Gods: The Moment of the Storm #7

Nov 20, 2019

If you're a fan of American Gods you'll still enjoy it, but it doesn't seem as if it reached its potential.

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American Gods: The Moment of the Storm #8

Dec 18, 2019

Russell does a wonderful job building this mystery and making the revelations pay off as the issue shows its hand, and it all makes for an issue you don't want to miss.

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An Unkindness of Ravens #1

Sep 23, 2020

This was not at all what I was expecting from a premise like this, but that's what I found most refreshing about it, and the journey to uncovering all the secrets this town holds is one I couldn't be more delighted to be on, and I think you'll dig it too.

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An Unkindness of Ravens #2

Oct 28, 2020

An Unkindness of Ravens got off to a delightful start, and while issue #2 doesn't quite hit the same high note, there's still a lot to love.

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An Unkindness of Ravens #3

Nov 25, 2020

This series is starting to really hit its stride, and the more we dive into the central Ravens vs Survivors conflict the better the series will be.

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An Unkindness of Ravens #4

Dec 23, 2020

An Unkindness of Ravens has been slow to reveal its hand, but between the second half of last issue and issue #4, we're finally getting a much stronger picture of what's really at stake in the series, and it's easily the most exciting part of the series.

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An Unkindness of Ravens #5

Jan 27, 2021

If there's a second series it has the potential to be even better than the first, but if not, this issue will serve as a satisfying conclusion that perhaps doesn't quite reach all the potential of the premise.

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Analog #6

Jul 3, 2019

Analog #6 starts off a bit slow but eventually finds its rhythm, and that's due in a major way to writer Gerry Duggan's delightful team of lethal oddballs.

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Analog #7

Aug 14, 2019

Writer Gerry Duggan moves the larger plot line along but has some fun on the way in the form of a bar brawl that is hilarious at times, and shows that more often than not Jack sort of lucks into being good at his job.

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Analog #8

Sep 11, 2019

There's something truly charming about Jack and his oddball crew, and it's enough to overtake some of the book's rougher edges.

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Angel (2019) #0

Apr 17, 2019

If the series can continue to add new layers to this beloved character in the same way issue #0 does, we're in for one hell of a ride.

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Angel (2019) #1

May 29, 2019

If the rest of the series is this good, Angel fans are in for a hell of a ride.

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Angel (2019) #2

Jun 26, 2019

Angel #2 builds off of a stellar debut while adding at times subtle and at others not-so-subtle new layers to the mythos, the supporting cast, and Angel himself.

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Angel (2019) #3

Jul 31, 2019

Angel has found its rhythm, and things are only going to get better from here.

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Angel (2019) #4

Aug 28, 2019

So far this has been an Angel fan's dream, and the book doesn't show any signs of slowing down.

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Angel (2019) #5

Sep 25, 2019

As you can clearly see, Angel is in stellar hands, and we couldn't be more excited about what's to come. -

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Angel (2019) #6

Oct 23, 2019

Angel continues to capture the essence of the classic show while finding fresh new ways to twist the mythos, and it shows no sign of stopping anytime soon!

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Angel (2019) #7

Nov 27, 2019

Angel might not be around at the moment, but that isn't keeping his series down in the slightest.

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Angel (2019) #8

Dec 18, 2019

Hellmouth has taken Angel out of the mix of his own solo title, but that isn't slowing down the series one bit, and it's all thanks to Spike.

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Angel (2019) #9

Feb 19, 2020

The introduction of Spike into the mix has been a breath of fresh air, and it gets even better now that Angel is back in the picture.

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Angel (2019) #10

Mar 25, 2020

Angel had already hit its stride, but adding Spike to the series has made this series even more addictive, and here's hoping he doesn't leave anytime soon.

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Angel (2019) #11

Jun 24, 2020

There's a lot to like about Angel & Spike, but hopefully we'll get to see the latter half of that delightful duo a bit more next issue.

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Angel (2019) #12

Jul 22, 2020

Angel continues to deliver a series longtime fans will enjoy while also opening up this crazy world for fans new to the franchise, and if you're missing out you might just want to fix that ASAP.

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Angel (2019) #13

Aug 26, 2020

Angel's been quite caught up in the events of Hellmouth, but Angel #13 takes a quick detour for a straight-up mystery tale that was one of the week's biggest surprises.

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Angel (2019) #15

Oct 28, 2020

Angel & Spike has been a bit hit and miss over the past few issues, but things are wonderfully back on track with issue #15.

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Angel (2019) #16

Nov 25, 2020

Angel and Spike saves some of its most compelling content for last, but even before those final few pages the adventure finds a few ways to impress.

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Animosity #27

Mar 25, 2020

Throughout this rollercoaster ride of a journey, it always comes down to Sandor and Jesse, and Animosity #27 adds yet another compelling layer to their whirlwind story.

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Anthem (2019) #3

May 8, 2019

Hopefully, this is not the end of more stories in Anthem, because this proves how much potential there is.

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Aquaman (2016) #47

Apr 17, 2019

"Unspoken Water" has been a delightful breath of fresh air for Aquaman, and the future looks even more promising

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Aquaman (2016) #49

Jun 19, 2019

The issue drops a few surprise bombshells, but writer Kelly Sue DeConnick ensures there's more to them than simple shock factor.

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Aquaman (2016) #50

Jul 17, 2019

In short, this is everything you could possibly want in an Aquaman story and, luckily, things are just getting started.

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Aquaman (2016) #51

Aug 21, 2019

Granted, some of these story points will assuredly pay off down the line, but at times it does feel as if the book is spinning its wheels, at least until the last few pages. That said, there's a lot to love here, and Jackson Hyde provides a welcome shot of energy, not to mention the stellar visuals from artists Robson Rocha, Sunny Gho, and Daniel Henriques.

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Aquaman (2016) #52

Sep 18, 2019

Aquaman is spinning a very different sort of yarn, but we can't get enough of it.

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Aquaman (2016) #53

Oct 16, 2019

Aquaman continues to surprise us with new additions that expand the character in new ways, and we can't get enough of it.

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Aquaman (2016) #54

Nov 20, 2019

Aquaman fans are no stranger to Black Manta, but the villain is definitely one of the standouts in Kelly Sue DeConnick's new Aquaman series. DeConnick has found an inventive way to explore the villain's past and history with Luthor's gift, and throughout the issue she finds even more interesting ways to add Jackson, Mera, and more to the fray, and each and every ingredient makes the stew that much better.

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Aquaman (2016) #55

Dec 18, 2019

Aquaman has been building to an epic battle between Black Manta and Aquaman, and luckily for fans Aquaman #55 delivers on all that promise.

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Aquaman (2016) #57

Feb 19, 2020

The love story of Aquaman and Mera has been quite the rollercoaster ride, and it continues to surprise at every turn.

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Aquaman (2016) #58

Mar 18, 2020

Aquaman is more than a book about one hero, and those who give it a chance will find a wonderful oddball family of characters that have come together in the sweetest way.

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Aquaman (2016) #59

May 29, 2020

It's been a delight seeing this team breathe new life into the Aquaman mythos and cast, and it's only getting better from here.

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Aquaman (2016) #60

Jun 24, 2020

Simply put, this is Aquaman at its finest, and the next issue can't get here soon enough.

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Aquaman (2016) #61

Jul 16, 2020

Aquaman continues to find new ways to weave political intrigue with undersea action and a love story unlike any other, and if you aren't adding this to your pull list you're missing out.

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Aquaman (2016) #62

Aug 19, 2020

Granted, the book lacks much in the way of action (aside from one brief sequence) and this isn't an essential tie-in to the main storyline, but even those nitpicks aren't enough to take away from what the book does so well, and if you've got room in your pull list this week, Aquaman is definitely worth a look.

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Aquaman (2016) #63

Sep 23, 2020

Still, the stakes are high enough to deliver the necessary tension in the claustrophobic battles and seeing Jackson overcome the baggage that's been holding him back is worth every damn penny, so if you're a fan of Jackson or the Aquaman side of the world in general, this is a must.

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Aquaman (2016) #64

Oct 21, 2020

The conflict is finally boiling over in Aquaman #64, and it feels like all of the elements writer Kelly Sue DeConnick has built over the course of her run are starting to come together.

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Aquaman (2016) #65

Nov 18, 2020

Sure, it could've been longer and a bit more action-packed, but those issues don't keep it from delivering a satisfying conclusion to this bold new chapter of Aquaman that I'm sad to see end.

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Aquaman (2016) #66

Dec 16, 2020

Bringing an established series into an event can be a tricky endeavor, and while Aquaman #66 doesn't deliver an unforgettable chapter of "Endless Winter" or Aquaman in general, it still has several delightful moments for fans of the characters.

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Aquaman (2016) Annual #2

Oct 23, 2019

This is not mandatory reading to enjoy the main series, but those who give it a chance will find a lot to like in this one-shot, and for Aquaman fans we definitely recommend it.

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Aquaman: Andromeda #1

Jun 8, 2022

Aquaman: Andromeda #1 is a little sluggish early on but shows bountiful potential, and issue #2 can't get here soon enough.

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Aquaman: Andromeda #2

Aug 3, 2022

As things build the series continues to get more complex and more enthralling, but the series hasn't yet maximized its potential, and hopefully Book Three will be the issue to bring it all together.

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Aquaman: Andromeda #3

Oct 19, 2022

Aquaman: Andromeda saved its best issue for last, crafting an Aquaman story unlike anything else.

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Aquamen (2022) #1

Feb 23, 2022

Writers Chuck Brown and Brandon Thomas team up with artist Sami Basri, colorist Adriano Lucas, and letterer Andworld Design to deliver an entertaining but relatively safe opening issue that succeeds in moving the chess pieces into position.

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Aquamen (2022) #2

Mar 30, 2022

It still feels like we're doing more set up than anything, but it does also feel like we're about to hit some open road, and that should really get the story off to the races.

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Aquamen (2022) #3

Apr 27, 2022

Aquamen #3 shifts the story into a welcome next gear, but it's difficult to shake the feeling that we could've arrived at this point much sooner.

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Aquamen (2022) #4

May 25, 2022

Aquamen #4 is finally bringing the band together, and unsurprisingly, the book is one of if not the strongest entry in the series because of it.

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Aquamen (2022) #5

Jun 29, 2022

This issue was fantastic from beginning to end, and while I wish we had hit this gear sooner, I'm not complaining now that we're here!

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Aquamen (2022) #6

Jul 27, 2022

Aquaman fans will find all sorts of shining character moments to love, but as a whole, the series wasn't as much of a home run as I hoped it would be.

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Asgardians of the Galaxy #9

May 22, 2019

Not required reading, but if you're looking for a proper hero's sendoff and a reaffirming of this group's most likable traits, you can't do any better than this.

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Asgardians of the Galaxy #10

Jun 12, 2019

This isn't the epic send off that we necessarily wanted, as it still feels like there were things left to explore with this team that went unfulfilled. That said, we truly enjoyed our time with the Asgardians, and this finale manages to wrap things up in a solid and entertaining bow.

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Assassin's Apprentice #1

Dec 14, 2022

Quite a bit of world-building can be found in Assassin's Apprentice #1, though it sets about doing so mostly through dialogue, and that helps keep you bonded to Fitz's journey through this harsh and cold world.

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Assassin's Apprentice #2

Jan 11, 2023

The world of Assassin's Apprentice feels has a weight and aura to it that makes hooks you in despite its at times unwelcoming grit.

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Assassin's Apprentice #3

Feb 8, 2023

Assassin's Apprentice is a series I now look forward to each and every month, and I don't see that changing anytime soon.

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Assassin's Apprentice #4

Mar 8, 2023

There's an extensive amount of dialogue occupying the page, but Kelly, Bellaire, and Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou keeps thing from becoming overwhelming. I'm completely invested at this point, and the hooks only sink in further with every issue.

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Assassin's Apprentice #5

Apr 12, 2023

Assassin's Apprentice has become a series I look forward to each and every month, and the table is set for even bigger things in the future.

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Assassin's Apprentice #6

May 10, 2023

Assassin's Apprentice tees up chapter two brilliantly, but chapter one has been stellar across the board, and chapter two can't get here soon enough.

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Assassin's Creed Valhalla: Song of Glory #1

Oct 21, 2020

Overall this was a solid introduction to the world of Valhalla, and hopefully issue #2 can build on its momentum.

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Assassin's Creed Valhalla: Forgotten Myths #1

Mar 16, 2022

Assassin's Creed: Valhalla's "Dawn of Ragnarok" expansion is finally here, but if you're looking to get some additional context, Dark Horse's Forgotten Myths miniseries is a perfect first stop, and so far it's off to an extremely promising start.

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Assassin's Creed Valhalla: Forgotten Myths #2

Apr 20, 2022

Assassin's Creed: Valhalla Forgotten Myths #2 spins a grand story of wars and Gods, though the sweet yet complicated relationship between Baldr and Loki is really what deserves all the attention.

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Assassin's Creed Valhalla: Song of Glory #2

Nov 18, 2020

One of the best parts of the game is the back and forth between Sigurd and Eivor, so hopefully, we'll get a bit more of that next issue, but even without that there's a solid adventure tale here.

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Assassin's Creed Valhalla: Song of Glory #3

Dec 23, 2020

Artist Martin Tunica and colorist Michael Atiyeh convey weighty impact with each blow, and I've never winced so much as I do when I see that "slckk" sound follow someone's blade.

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Assassin's Creed Valhalla: Forgotten Myths #3

May 11, 2022

This wasn't the strongest Assassin's Creed series, but I still found quite a bit to love about Forgotten Myths, and as a result, it won't be long before I end up diving back into Valhalla once more.

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Astonishing Iceman (2023) #1

Aug 2, 2023

I'm always up for a new spotlight on Iceman, but it's even better when it's this damn good.

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Astonishing Iceman (2023) #2

Sep 13, 2023

All in all, Astonishing Iceman has highlighted the best aspects of the character while further expanding the man behind the powers, and I'm greatly looking forward to what's next.

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Astonishing Iceman (2023) #3

Oct 18, 2023

When Astonishing Iceman #3 shines, it shines brightly, but several elements hold it back from reaching that next level.

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Astonishing Iceman (2023) #4

Nov 15, 2023

The villain storyline woven between everything isn't as compelling as Iceman's own story, and there's a lengthy block of text in the form of a letter that slowed everything to a crawl, but those are relatively small issues that don't bring down all the things that clearly work. Hopefully we get more teacups down the line, but even if this is the only one, it's one I truly enjoyed.

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Astonishing Iceman (2023) #5

Dec 20, 2023

. Writer Steve Orlando has highlighted the characters trademark humor and aspects of his family relationships, but Astonishing Iceman #5 puts Bobby's altruistic nature on full display while showcasing a newfound fearlessness after the trauma of the Hellfire Gala.

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Avengers (2018) #31

Feb 26, 2020

I never thought a team of bug-themed villains could be this much fun, but Zeb Wells has thoroughly proven me wrong.

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Avengers (2018) #32

Mar 11, 2020

Avengers is the epitome of a whirlwind rollercoaster ride, and we're definitely here for it.

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Avengers (2018) #33

May 29, 2020

Aaron has a reputation for making revelations like these mean something in the long run, and if that's the case once gain in the "Age of Khonshu," Moon Knight fans are in for one amazing ride.

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Avengers (2018) #34

Jul 16, 2020

Jason Aaron and Javier Garron are all about twisting expectations, and boy do they live up to that reputation here.

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Avengers (2018) #35

Aug 19, 2020

The issue may drag a bit at the beginning, but by issue's end it's all worth it, and hopefully, the next issue can keep the momentum going right from the start.

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Avengers (2018) #36

Oct 2, 2020

Avengers has taken Moon Knight and made him relevant to the Marvel Universe in a bold new way, and the next issue can't get here soon enough.

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Avengers (2018) #37

Oct 14, 2020

"The Age of Khonshu" started with a bang but unfortunately ended with a bit of a whimper.

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Avengers (2018) #38

Nov 4, 2020

The issue is perhaps a bit too ambitious and could've cut some of the Phoenix stuff, but overall it sets up a Mephisto story that's managed to get its hooks in.

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Avengers (2018) #39

Dec 9, 2020

We're back in a familiar place by book's end, and time will tell if this has the meaning to the story it implies, but as of right now, this feels like a must-read for those invested in what comes next, and it's an easy recommend.

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Avengers (2018) #40

Dec 30, 2020

Not going to lie, I wasn't exactly looking forward to this arc of Avengers, but this first issue hooked me quite a bit, and I'm eager to see where we go from here.

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Avengers (2018) #41

Jan 20, 2021

If the arc can ride this momentum and find an ending as creative as its character lineup, this will be one of the more entertaining Phoenix stories in recent memory.

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Avengers (2018) #42

Feb 3, 2021

Some parts of the issue feel a little on the filler side (though incredibly gorgeous filler to be fair), but it seems things are moving in the right direction by issue's end.

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Avengers (2018) #43

Mar 3, 2021

A lot of things are happening but not a lot of meaningful progression is made, so hopefully, next issue's conclusion can change that.

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Avengers (2018) #44

Apr 7, 2021

"Enter The Phoenix" has been an action spectacle, and that is the case once more with the big finale, which also delivers on its promise and reveals the next true host of the Phoenix.

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Avengers (2018) #45

Apr 21, 2021

If we can keep up that momentum, this could be the best arc of Avengers yet.

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Avengers (2018) #46

Jul 7, 2021

Soon we're going to need some answers, and the nature of those answers will go a long way in figuring out just how good this initial issue was, but just based on what's here, it's a solid start.

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Avengers (2018) #47

Aug 4, 2021

"World War She-Hulk" got off to a solid start, but the second issue is really where things pick up steam.

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Avengers (2018) #48

Sep 1, 2021

You do come out of this understanding more of the lengths the Red Room went to to takeover She-Hulk, and the layering of systems at work does make her transformation believable, but what the book hasn't convinced me of yet is the why we're doing this at all.

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Avengers (2018) #49

Oct 13, 2021

There's still another chapter to go, so we'll have to wait and see if it can stick the landing, but so far this series hasn't quite captured the promise it had, and this issue in particular stumbled quite a bit.

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Avengers (2018) #50

Dec 1, 2021

It's a bit of a rollercoaster ride, and a long one at that, so buckle in because there is a lot to cover.

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Avengers (2018) #51

Dec 22, 2021

If this is what we can expect from this series moving forward, the future of Avengers is looking pretty damn fantastic.

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Avengers (2018) #52

Jan 19, 2022

It took a minute, but the story of the Starbrand is finally starting to catch fire and has immediately become the most compelling aspect of this multiversal saga.

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Avengers (2018) #53

Feb 9, 2022

Avengers #53 only includes one actual Avenger, though Jason Aaron makes you forget that as soon as Valkyrie enters the picture, and once she does you're immediately reminded of the magic Aaron can work with the character.

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Avengers (2023) #3

Jul 26, 2023

Carol and T'Challa's exchanges are especially great, and while a few pieces of dialogue try a bit too hard, it's a small hiccup in an otherwise excellent issue, and I can't wait to see these bigger than life battles play out when Avengers #4 hits.

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Avengers (2023) #4

Aug 9, 2023

Writer Jed MacKay set the table for the Ashen Combine to become a genuine Avengers-level threat, and that promise is realized in Avengers #4.

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Avengers (2023) #5

Sep 27, 2023

Avengers #5 is not as strong as other issues in the series, but it features some welcome moments that Avengers fans will want to see, and it sets up the team for quite the comeback.

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Avengers: 1,000,000 B.C. #1

Aug 17, 2022

Sure the answer of Thor's origin is revealed, but the journey there is as important if not more than the destination, and it turns out this story was one worth waiting for.

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Basilisk #12

Oct 5, 2022

Basilisk #12 delivered a satisfying and thrilling ending, one that I will be thinking about for quite some time.

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Batman (2016): Pennyworth R.I.P. #1

Feb 12, 2020

This issue hit me much harder than I expected it to, and I think it will for just about all Batman fans too.

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Batman / Superman (2019) #1

Aug 28, 2019

The series' title carries high expectations and Batman/Superman #1 meets those expectations head-on.

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Batman / Superman (2019) #2

Sep 25, 2019

Some lines and plot developments miss the mark a bit, but overall this is a rollicking good time with two iconic heroes, and we're looking forward to what the future holds.

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Batman / Superman (2019) #3

Oct 23, 2019

Batman/Superman features quite the rollercoaster-meets-chess-match between the Batman Who Laughs and the World's Finest, and #3 stacks the deck further in the villains' favor.

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Batman / Superman (2019) #4

Nov 20, 2019

Batman/Superman has been an entertaining ride thus far, but #4 doesn't spend as much time focusing on the series' biggest strength.

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Batman / Superman (2019) #5

Dec 18, 2019

Batman/Superman #5 puts the best aspects of the Worlds Finest at the forefront once more, and that's why the series ends its first arc with a bang.

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Batman / Superman (2019) #7

Feb 26, 2020

We can't say enough about Nick Derington and Dave McCaig's art, which at first doesn't seem like the best fit but with one splash page completely won me over, and the duo create some fun and lively action scenes together.

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Batman / Superman (2019) #8

Mar 25, 2020

If you're looking for a solid Superman and Batman team-up story this will fit the bill, though it had the potential to be even better.

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Batman / Superman (2019) #9

Jun 3, 2020

The issue sets up this adventure with everything it needs to fulfill its potential, and from here on out it should have no problem soaring.

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Batman / Superman (2019) #10

Jul 29, 2020

It all makes for a fun if relatively light adventure featuring two of DC's biggest icons, and that's plenty to warrant some of your time.

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Batman / Superman (2019) #11

Aug 26, 2020

Batman/Superman's "Atomic" arc got off to a promising start, but with its conclusion, it feels like we're right back where we started.

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Batman / Superman (2019) #12

Sep 23, 2020

Artist Max Raynor and colorist Alejandro Sanchez are up to that summer blockbuster challenge as well, and are the perfect fit for this quite delightful DC popcorn flick.

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Batman / Superman (2019) #13

Oct 28, 2020

This take on Batman and Superman is big bombastic fun, and I'm here for it.

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Batman / Superman (2019) #14

Nov 25, 2020

Sometimes you just want to grab some popcorn, sit back, and enjoy some blockbuster action, and Batman/Superman #14 is that to a tee.

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Batman / Superman (2019) #15

Dec 23, 2020

We then get a touching moment of honesty between the two heroes that you can't help but smile at, and while some of the other elements of the book don't hit those similar high marks, it's an enjoyable team-up that left a much bigger impression than I expected, and what a welcome surprise.

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Batman / Superman (2019) #16

Mar 24, 2021

I didn't really know what to expect when I started Batman/Superman #16, only that it would be different than what has come before, and it most certainly was. Granted, the core premise of Batman and Superman teaming up is still the focal point, so not too big of a shift, but it's the execution that really shocked me, though I came away impressed.

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Batman / Superman (2019) #17

Apr 28, 2021

This take on the World's Finest has been a welcome surprise, and it's quickly becoming one of my most anticipated books each month.

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Batman / Superman (2019) #18

May 26, 2021

Batman/Superman continues to surprise me with every issue, and I simply can't get enough of it.

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Batman / Superman (2019) #19

Jun 23, 2021

This particular issue starts out a little slower than the previous issues in the story, but it picks up considerably in the second half, and it feels like the conclusion will be worth it in the end.

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Batman / Superman (2019) #20

Jul 28, 2021

While my interest in the main villain is waning a bit, twists like Etrigan have kept me invested in the overall narrative, and I'm quite curious how much crazier things will get before the issue reaches the climax.

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Batman / Superman (2019) #21

Aug 25, 2021

This really was a world of fun, and while I'm sad to see the series ending, at least it went out on top.

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Batman / Superman (2019) #22

Sep 29, 2021

I've truly enjoyed this run on DC's iconic duo, and it's sad to say goodbye so soon.

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Batman / Superman (2019) Annual: 2021

Sep 1, 2021

This feels like a vintage DC story in the absolute best way, and I'm going to be quite sad to see it go.

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Batman / Superman (2019) Annual #1

Oct 2, 2020

This isn't a must-read mind you, but if you want a surprisingly dark battle through a more lighthearted prism and some genuine laughs out loud moments, this might be the perfect book for you.

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Batman / Superman (2019): Authority Special #1

Nov 3, 2021

Superman and The Authority has been a delight, so what happens when you add Batman to the mix? Well, it actually somehow manages to get better.

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Batman Beyond: Neo-Gothic (2023) #1

Jul 26, 2023

Whether you're a long time fan or someone looking to start something new, I couldn't recommend Batman Beyond: Neo-Gothic #1 more.

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Batman Beyond: Neo-Gothic (2023) #2

Aug 23, 2023

With that massive hook at the end topping things off, Neo-Gothic #2 is just too damn good, and you should absolutely be reading this series.

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Batman Beyond: Neo-Gothic (2023) #3

Sep 27, 2023

In a year that's been stacked with impressive Batman stories, Batman Beyond: Neo-Gothic has shown it not only stands beside those stories, but may even surpass them.

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Batman Beyond: Neo-Gothic (2023) #4

Oct 25, 2023

Batman Beyond: Neo-Gothic has been superb through its first three issues, and while issue #4 is a different beast in some ways, it's no less compelling.

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Batman Beyond: Neo-Gothic (2023) #5

Nov 29, 2023

Batman Beyond: Neo-Gothic has evolved past being simply a Batman Beyond story and more a story of two halves of Gotham fighting for survival, and that's part of what's made the series so fascinating.

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Batman Beyond: Neo-Gothic (2023) #6

Dec 27, 2023

Batman Beyond: Neo-Gothic came out of nowhere and delivered the one of a kind Batman story I didn't know I needed, and hopefully it's not too long before we see where this world and its lovely cast of characters goes next.

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Batman/The Maxx #4

Oct 7, 2020

At times I had to wonder what the heck I was reading, but by the end of Batman/The Maxx #4, I did have a good grip on this team-up adventure, though that doesn't mean I enjoyed it.

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Batman/The Maxx #5

Nov 4, 2020

If you're a fan of the character and the artistic style you'll definitely find something to love here, but as I can attest to, it's not a book that everyone will get the same level of enjoyment out of.

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Batman: Beyond the White Knight #1

Mar 30, 2022

Batman: Beyond The White Knight #1 captures your attention instantly with its eye-catching visuals, but it's the oh-so-human family dynamics at the center of it all that makes it so damn great. If you've been on the fence as to diving into the White Knight Universe, this is the perfect place to start, and if you do you might find yourself jumping all the way in.

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Batman: Beyond the White Knight #2

Apr 27, 2022

A shocking twist puts the cherry on the sundae, so if these two issues are any indication of how the whole series will be, this could end up being one of the best White Knight stories yet.

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Batman: Beyond the White Knight #3

May 25, 2022

Batman: Beyond the White Knight is one of my absolute favorite DC stories at the moment, and despite the admittedly high bar it finds a way to deliver each and every time.

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Batman: Beyond the White Knight #4

Jun 29, 2022

Batman: Beyond the White Knight continues to hit new heights, as issue #4 delivers some long-awaited conversations and reveals that kick the larger narrative into overdrive.

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Batman: Beyond the White Knight #5

Sep 28, 2022

While there are several outstanding Batman books on the market right now, Beyond The White Knight deserves to be recognized as one of the best, and somehow it just keeps getting better.

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Batman: Beyond the White Knight #6

Oct 26, 2022

Murphy and Dave Stewart don't know how to create a book that isn't simply stunning, and that attention to detail only makes those heartfelt reunions and heartbreaking twists hit that much harder. I simply adore this series, and Book Six is no exception.

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Batman: Beyond the White Knight #7

Dec 28, 2022

Sean Murphy, Dave Stewart, and Andworld Design have created such a stunning and unique corner of the Batman universe in White Knight, and frankly, I'm sad that another chapter is about to come to a close. If the finale hits as hard as this though, we're in for something truly special.

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Batman: Beyond the White Knight #8

Feb 15, 2023

The fact that this universe is continuing delights me to no end, and Batman: Beyond the White Knight showcases just why this universe is so special.

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Batman: Curse of the White Knight #2

Aug 28, 2019

This comic makes a stellar impression with its cover alone, and thankfully that holds true throughout the remainder of the issue.

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Batman: Curse of the White Knight #3

Sep 25, 2019

Batman Curse of the White Knight delivers with every issue, and it looks to get even better from here.

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Batman: Curse of the White Knight #4

Oct 23, 2019

It might be set in an alternate universe, but if you're a Batman fan there's no reason you shouldn't be reading Curse of the White Knight.

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Batman: Curse of the White Knight #5

Dec 11, 2019

Sean Murphy and Matt Hollingsworth are once again on their A-game with Batman: Curse of the White Knight #5 and the series continues to reveal intriguing new layers of the Wayne legacy and Batman's relationship with Gotham.

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Batman: Curse of the White Knight #7

Feb 26, 2020

Curse of the White Knight is anything but cursed, and we can't wait to see how it all ends.

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Batman: Curse of the White Knight #8

Mar 25, 2020

This isn't the strongest issue of the series, but it sill packs amazing visuals and an emotional punch into the book's big conclusion, and brings this phenomenal series to a close...for now.

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Batman: Curse of the White Knight: Von Freeze #1

Nov 20, 2019

If you're looking for the traditional Mr. Freeze story this is not it, but that's far from a bad thing, so if you're looking for something new you should definitely give this take on the classic Batman villain a shot.

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Batman: Killing Time (2022) #4

Jun 8, 2022

I'll hold full judgment until we see how it all comes together in the end, but aside from the book's visual splendor, this particular issue just didn't click with me overall.

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Batman: The Adventures Continue #2

Jul 8, 2020

There's a lot of potential here, but those looking for a bit of depth might not find what they're looking or.

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Batman: Urban Legends (2021) #4

Jun 9, 2021

The Batwing story didn't really clock with me on any level, but 3 out of 4 is certainly impressive, and frankly, it's worth it for the first story alone.

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Batman: Urban Legends (2021) #5

Jul 14, 2021

All in all there's a lot to like here, even if everything doesn't click with you in the same way.

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Batman: Urban Legends (2021) #6

Aug 11, 2021

Batman: Urban Legends #6 is absolutely loaded, so do yourself a favor and add it to your stack.

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Batman: Urban Legends (2021) #7

Sep 15, 2021

When you consider the strength of all four stories, this is one of the best issues of Batman: Urban Legends thus far, and it proves how powerful and entertaining the anthology format can be.

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Batman: Urban Legends (2021) #8

Oct 13, 2021

This wasn't wall-to-wall greatness this time around, but what is here is definitely worth a look.

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Batman: Urban Legends (2021) #9

Nov 10, 2021

Batman: Urban Legends continues to tell some of the most captivating stories in the Bat-verse, and Urban Legends #9 is no exception.

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Batman: Urban Legends (2021) #10

Dec 15, 2021

All in all Batman: Urban Legends #10 is the perfect book for fans of the Bat-family and the holidays, and easily deserves a recommendation.

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Batman: Urban Legends (2021) #11

Jan 12, 2022

Mark Russell, Karl Mostert, Trish Mulvihill, and Steve Wands turned what could be a formulaic Batman adventure into something heartfelt and tense, and when you combine it with everything else in the issue, this is a can't miss for Batman fans.

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Batman: Urban Legends (2021) #12

Feb 9, 2022

Batman: Urban Legends #12 is a brilliant mix of genres, bouncing from the realms of the supernatural and the afterlife all the way to spy thrillers and animal team-ups, with each one bringing something memorable and compelling to the party.

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Batman: Urban Legends (2021) #14

Apr 13, 2022

Batman: Urban Legends #14 has a bit of everything for fans of the Dark Knight, but it also features a brand new team that has instantly become a personal favorite.

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Batman: Urban Legends (2021) #15

May 11, 2022

Fans who dive into Batman: Urban Legends #15 are in for a treat and some of the most varied Batman storytelling around.

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Batman: Urban Legends (2021) #16

Jun 15, 2022

Overall, Urban Legends #16 is an easy recommendation for fans of the Bat-Family.

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Batman: Urban Legends (2021) #17

Jul 13, 2022

The classic detective feel of "On His Worst Nights" is a nice way to cap the issue, and while I wouldn't say any of these are must-reads, any Batman fan will find something to enjoy.

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Batman: Urban Legends (2021) #18

Aug 10, 2022

With five stories to choose from, Batman: Urban Legends #18 truly offers something for every type of Batman fan, and without a doubt deserves a spot on your pull list this week.

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Batman: Urban Legends (2021) #19

Sep 14, 2022

The series may have taken a little longer than people had hoped, but it's still become one of the most consistently excellent books in DC's catalog.

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Batman: Urban Legends (2021) #20

Oct 12, 2022

Overall, I enjoyed this issue from beginning to end, and love how this series continues to find new avenues of the Dark Knight to explore and isn't afraid to take chances, and this issue is a perfect example of that in action.

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Batman: Urban Legends (2021) #21

Nov 9, 2022

Overall though, another stellar issue of one of the most thoroughly entertaining Bat-books out there.

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Batman: Urban Legends (2021) #22

Dec 21, 2022

Batman: Urban Legends has been on a roll as of late, and Urban Legends #22 continues that trend with three more stellar adventures in the Batman universe.

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Batman: Urban Legends (2021) #23

Jan 11, 2023

It's sad to say goodbye, but Batman: Urban Legends saved one of its best for last, and I couldn't recommend it more.

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Batman: White Knight Presents: Harley Quinn #1

Oct 21, 2020

White Knight Presents: Harley Quinn moves this world forward in new and interesting ways and shines a light on one of the best characters in this inventive take on the Batman mythos, and I couldn't recommend it more.

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Batman: White Knight Presents: Harley Quinn #2

Nov 25, 2020

Granted, this issue wasn't quite as strong as issue #1, but that's more because the series set a rather high bar right out of the gate, and issue #2 continues the book's winning streak.

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Batman: White Knight Presents: Harley Quinn #3

Dec 23, 2020

There are quite a few iterations of Harley Quinn out in the world, but I can already say that this is by far my favorite, and I don't see that changing anytime soon.

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Batman: White Knight Presents: Harley Quinn #4

Jan 27, 2021

This has become a series I genuinely look forward to each and every month, and at this point, it's a world I never want to leave.

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Batman: White Knight Presents: Harley Quinn #5

Feb 24, 2021

I can't compliment this series enough, and it seems to only be getting better.

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Batman: White Knight Presents: Harley Quinn #6

Mar 24, 2021

I knew this day would come eventually, that being the day I would have to say goodbye to this exceptional series that quite honestly took me by surprise. That said, that love of the series all meant that my expectations were rather high, which is why it's wonderful to say that Batman: White Knight Presents: Harley Quinn easily surpassed those expectations and brought this delightful series to a satisfying close.

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Batman: White Knight Presents: Red Hood #1

Aug 3, 2022

Red Hood #1 does a wonderful job of setting the stage for a new dynamic duo, and now that the stage is all set, issue #2 should be off to the races right from the start, and I can't wait to see what happens next.

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Batman: White Knight Presents: Red Hood #2

Aug 24, 2022

Batman: White Knight Presents Red Hood might have only lasted two issues, but it packed quite a bit into those two issues and then found a way to somehow make Beyond The White Knight's ongoing story even better in the process.

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Bishop: War College (2023) #1

Feb 8, 2023

There is inconsistency throughout the issue though, and the villains in the midst of everything didn't exactly grab me. This could still turn into something great, but it's off to a rocky launch.

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Bishop: War College (2023) #2

Mar 15, 2023

This series just hasn't clicked for me yet, but there are some quality pieces on the board, and hopefully those can come together as the story continues.

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Bishop: War College (2023) #3

Apr 19, 2023

This series has yet to find the perfect balance between its split storytelling, but when the series hits it really hits, so hopefully there's more of that to come in future issues.

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Bishop: War College (2023) #4

May 24, 2023

Bishop: War College feels like it's nearing its peak right as we move into the final book, and hopefully that means the finale will be even better.

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Bishop: War College (2023) #5

Jun 7, 2023

Bishop: War College's grand finale hits the ground running and brings the story to a satisfying close, and looks to have achieved its goal in shining a light on an eclectic and compelling group of heroes.

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Bloodline: Daughter of Blade (2023) #1

Feb 1, 2023

With an equally distinct and vivid art style coupled with it, Bloodline: Daughter of Blade #1 is everything I was hoping for, and the future for the character and this world couldn't be brighter.

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Bloodline: Daughter of Blade (2023) #2

Mar 8, 2023

Bloodline: Daughter of Blade had a killer debut, and though issue #2 narrows down its focus a bit, it doesn't lose any momentum.

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Bloodline: Daughter of Blade (2023) #3

Apr 12, 2023

This is the issue fans have been waiting for ever since Bloodline: Daughter of Blade was first revealed, and you won't be disappointed.

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Bloodline: Daughter of Blade (2023) #4

May 17, 2023

Bloodline is as addictive as ever, and hopefully the series only gets more entertaining from here.

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Bloodline: Daughter of Blade (2023) #5

Jun 21, 2023

Bloodline: Daughter of Blade comes to a thrilling close in issue #5, and the future of the character looks brighter than ever.

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Bloodshot (2019) #2

Oct 30, 2019

Bloodshot is an adrenaline rush from the opening page, and it manages to keep your attention throughout the issue.

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10
Blue Beetle (2023) #1

Sep 6, 2023

It's a wonderful time to be a Blue Beetle fan, and this newest era is off to one hell of a start.

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Blue Beetle (2023) #2

Oct 4, 2023

Jaime might not be at the top of his game at the moment, but Blue Beetle the series surely is.

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Blue Beetle (2023) #3

Nov 8, 2023

There's a lot happening throughout Blue Beetle #3, but one can't help but first acknowledge how stunning this series continues to be.

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Blue Beetle (2023) #4

Dec 6, 2023

Blue Beetle consistently hits it out of the park, and issue #4 continues the winning streak.

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Blue Beetle (2023) #5

Jan 3, 2024

Blue Beetle #5 keeps the momentum moving and sets the stage for a grand final battle, so don't miss out on one of DC's best.

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Blue Beetle (2023) #6

Feb 14, 2024

Blue Beetle has been building to a final confrontation between Jaime and the Blood Scarab, and while that battle is finally here, it ends up taking a truly unexpected turn.

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Blue Beetle (2023) #7

Mar 6, 2024

The mix of action, personal growth, off the wall charm, and fun is something no fan of Giffen or Blue Beetle will want to miss, so make sure you don't.

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Blue Beetle (2023) #8

Apr 3, 2024

Just when you think Blue Beetle is ready to move the heat to a low simmer, it zigs and throws everything into the pan at once, and it's proven to be a winning mixture once more.

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Blue Beetle (2023) #9

May 15, 2024

Blue Beetle absolutely rules, and you're missing out if you're not along for the ride.

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Blue Beetle: Graduation Day (2022) #1

Nov 30, 2022

If you're looking for a series that brilliantly encapsulates the hero at its core, look no further than Blue Beetle: Graduation Day #1.

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Blue Beetle: Graduation Day (2022) #2

Dec 28, 2022

Blue Beetle: Graduation Day is an easy recommendation, and it only looks to be getting better from here.

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Blue Beetle: Graduation Day (2022) #3

Jan 25, 2023

Blue Beetle: Graduation Day is shaping up to be something special, and issue #3 is a brilliant example of why.

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Blue Beetle: Graduation Day (2022) #4

Mar 1, 2023

Blue Beetle: Graduation Day has been simply stunning from the very beginning, but issue #4 might just be one of the series' best looking issues yet.

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Blue Beetle: Graduation Day (2022) #5

Mar 29, 2023

Blue Beetle: Graduation Day has fulfilled its premise in so many ways to this point, and the finale looks to end this fantastic series in epic fashion.

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Blue Beetle: Graduation Day (2022) #6

Apr 26, 2023

Blue Beetle: Graduation Day lives up to its name with a captivating finale that sets the stage for many more stories to come.

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Book of Butcher (2023) #1

Dec 27, 2023

The story being told throughout is compelling and for major fans the other history and lore are all incredibly rich and rewarding, but for the casual fan, this might be a skip.

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer (2019): Every Generation #1

Jun 3, 2020

BOOM! Studios' new one-shot Buffy: Every Generation puts Buffy in the spotlight once more, but it also takes a minute to feature two previous slayers, and it's in those stories where this volume truly shines. Unfortunately, those don't come until later in this one-shot, so the comic doesn't make the best first impression.

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer (2019): Buffy '97 #1

Jun 29, 2022

Granted, this story isn't required reading in the slightest, but the back and forth between Giles and Spike is worth the price of admission alone, and longtime Buffy fans will likely be quite entertained.

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Captain Marvel (2019) #5

May 8, 2019

Seriously, Captain Marvel has never been better, and we can't wait to see more.

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Captain Marvel (2019) #6

Jun 5, 2019

Artist Annapaola Martello does a nice job filling in for Carmen Carnero, and while overall this isn't a must buy, Captain Marvel fans will not regret picking it up.

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Captain Marvel (2019) #7

Jun 19, 2019

If you want a Captain Marvel book that will make you smile, this is the issue for you.

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Captain Marvel (2019) #8

Jul 17, 2019

Captain Marvel is at her best when her back is against the wall, and writer Kelly Thompson seems to know that. It's in these moments that fans get a glimpse of the person underneath all that power, showing just how human and relatable Carol is, and reminding us why we fell in love with the character all those years ago.

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Captain Marvel (2019) #9

Aug 14, 2019

Hopefully, the next issue will bring with it a few more answers, but this series is already delivering on its initial promise.

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Captain Marvel (2019) #10

Sep 11, 2019

Carmen Carnero and Tamra Bonvillain are on their A game here as well, delivering in both the intimate conversations and the city to space spanning battles alike. If you want to know what makes Captain Marvel a hero, look no further.

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Captain Marvel (2019) #11

Oct 16, 2019

This is the hero fans first fell in love with, and it's great to see her shine.

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Captain Marvel (2019) #12

Nov 20, 2019

Coupled with that hook of an ending, it appears "The Last Avenger" is off to a thrilling start, and we can't wait to see how this thrill ride ends.

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Captain Marvel (2019) #13

Dec 11, 2019

"The Last Avenger" got off to a powerful start, and while this issue slows the pace down just a bit, we do get some welcome answers to the central mystery.

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Captain Marvel (2019) #15

Feb 19, 2020

Even without an all-too compelling villain, the hook is firmly in place for one epic conclusion, and we can't wait to see how it all ends.

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Captain Marvel (2019) #16

Mar 18, 2020

Fans of Carol and her beloved crew of friends will love this thrilling conclusion, which sends The Last Avenger out in style.

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Captain Marvel (2019) #17

Jul 16, 2020

This isn't necessary reading, but those who love seeing these characters interact will be in for a treat, and you're guaranteed to crack a smile by issue's end.

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Captain Marvel (2019) #18

Jul 29, 2020

Captain Marvel has become the Supreme Accuser, and Captain Marvel #18 is one hell of an introduction to the new status quo.

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Captain Marvel (2019) #19

Aug 12, 2020

Captain Marvel #19 will have every Captain Marvel fan smiling from ear to ear, and yes, Lauri-ell is already one of the best new additions of 2020.

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Captain Marvel (2019) #20

Aug 19, 2020

This issue has everything a Cap fan could want, so if you miss out, it's your loss.

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Captain Marvel (2019) #21

Sep 9, 2020

This rollercoaster ride of an arc not only introduced a delightful new character into Carol's world but also found a way to make a tie-in more rewarding than the series it tied into, and what a joyful ride it's been.

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Captain Marvel (2019) #22

Oct 14, 2020

Writer Kelly Thompson shocked the hell out of me in Captain Marvel #22, tying into a one-shot that revealed a much harsher yet incredibly intriguing future that Cap managed to help.

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Captain Marvel (2019) #23

Nov 4, 2020

It's amazing to see the world of Captain Marvel: The End expanded in such a rich way in "The New World Part Two," and writer Kelly Thompson not only adds new layers to this alternate reality but also delivers more compelling questions about the future of it.

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Captain Marvel (2019) #24

Dec 9, 2020

One of the biggest highlights of this arc though continues to be the team of heroes Thompson's assembled, and after meeting all these wonderful characters it's going to be hard to eventually say goodbye, and fingers crossed we don't have to completely when all is said and done.

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Captain Marvel (2019) #25

Jan 27, 2021

While this arc might be ending very soon, Thompson, Garbett, and the entire Captain Marvel crew have only made me love this new reality even more, and I hope we get to return to it someday soon.

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Captain Marvel (2019) #26

Feb 24, 2021

"The New World" definitely made a big impression, and while I'm sad to leave, it was more than worth the price of admission.

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Captain Marvel (2019) #27

Mar 17, 2021

This is going to end terribly mind you, and the characters know that too, but it's going to make for an unforgettable story with all the heart at the core of it that makes this series work so well, and I'm in for all of it.

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Captain Marvel (2019) #28

Apr 21, 2021

So far Carol's journey into the world of magic has been absolutely delightful, and it's an adventure no Cap fan will want to miss.

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Captain Marvel (2019) #29

Jun 23, 2021

All of the intrigue and action is balanced with just the right amount of heartbreak and self-reflection, and this Captain Marvel adventure seems to be only getting better from here.

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Captain Marvel (2019) #30

Jul 21, 2021

"Strange Magic" was truly a delight, and the future looks brighter than ever for our favorite Captain.

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Captain Marvel (2019) #31

Aug 11, 2021

Now, while the issue does stand out for its comedic timing and superhero battle, it does also thankfully set the foundation for the series' next big storyline, so don't worry, because there is some substance with all of the fun.

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Captain Marvel (2019) #32

Sep 1, 2021

The first part of "The Last of the Marvels" wastes no time in shifting into full gear, and while it's an action-heavy issue, Carol's own internal conflicts are easily the most compelling elements of the issue.

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Captain Marvel (2019) #33

Oct 6, 2021

So far "The Last of the Marvels" is hitting on all cylinders, and the next issue can't get here soon enough.

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Captain Marvel (2019) #34

Dec 1, 2021

"The Last of the Marvels" has been a thrilling ride so far and seems to be hitting on all cylinders at the perfect time.

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Captain Marvel (2019) #35

Jan 5, 2022

If you happen to be a fan of the Captain Marvel mythology, you're quite in luck, as "The Last of Marvels" part four is loaded with fan favorites, mysterious returns, and fresh concepts that will have any fan losing their mind.

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Captain Marvel (2019) #36

Feb 23, 2022

"The Last of the Marvels" comes to a scintillating close in Captain Marvel #36, and everything comes together for a bombastic and satisfying finale.

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Captain Marvel (2019) #37

Mar 30, 2022

Captain Marvel has one of the richest and most endearing supporting casts around and nowhere is that more evident than in Captain Marvel #37.

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Captain Marvel (2019) #38

Jun 1, 2022

The creation of Binary could have easily gone the way of a quick stunt to get Carol out of a jam, but thankfully that has been far from the case, and now she's quickly becoming an essential part of one of the best supporting casts in Comics. That's not hyperbole either, and Captain Marvel #38 is another shining example of that stellar cast in action.

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Captain Marvel (2019) #39

Jul 13, 2022

Captain Marvel has grown exponentially as a character and a hero thanks to her time in the world of magic, and if this is any indication, we still haven't seen just how far this character can truly go.

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Captain Marvel (2019) #40

Aug 17, 2022

While messing with magic has rarely gone Carol's way, it has led to some wonderful storytelling and discovery of what makes Captain Marvel so great to begin with, and thankfully it's not over yet.

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Captain Marvel (2019) #41

Sep 14, 2022

Captain Marvel's trial of magic has come to its satisfying end with issue #41, and longtime fans of the series will delight in how Kelly Thompson brings so many threads together while also pulling at new ones that will undoubtedly lead to new storylines down the line.

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Captain Marvel (2019) #42

Oct 12, 2022

Captain Marvel #42 definitely feels like a tie-in to A.X.E., but it has some fun with the larger premise and keeps the focus on the delightful series cast.

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Captain Marvel (2019) #43

Nov 2, 2022

At times certain characters, namely Cyclops and War Machine, look just a little off, but otherwise, the artwork is solid and especially stellar when a fight kicks into gear. I couldn't be more excited to see where this goes, and it's a perfect time for a Captain Marvel and X-Men adventure.

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Captain Marvel (2019) #44

Dec 7, 2022

At times the artwork can be a bit inconsistent from page to page, but it didn't happen often enough to take me out of the adventure, and Captain Marvel and the X-Men continue to be a winning combination

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Captain Marvel (2019) #45

Jan 4, 2023

This latest adventure has been wonderfully thrilling, and it is only getting better from here.

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Captain Marvel (2019) #46

Feb 15, 2023

"Revenge of The Brood" is shaping up to be a standout of this already great run, and it's all building to a truly epic conclusion.

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Captain Marvel (2019) #47

Mar 15, 2023

A few odd panels here and there can't deter from an otherwise fantastic issue, and this arc has been one of my absolute favorites in this already impressive Captain Marvel run.

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Captain Marvel (2019) #48

Apr 12, 2023

Captain Marvel is heading towards its epic finale, and if issue #48 is any indication of what to expect, fans are in for something truly special.

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Captain Marvel (2019) #49

May 10, 2023

Captain Marvel #49 is spectacular, and if issue #50 is this good, the series will cap off in sensational fashion.

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Captain Marvel (2019) #50

Jun 14, 2023

Captain Marvel #50 is understandably heavy at times, but also brilliantly funny and hopeful, and it's a lovely conclusion to what will be considered a classic run on the character. Higher, Further, Faster indeed.

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Captain Marvel (2019) Annual #1

Apr 6, 2022

If you are a longtime fan though, you're going to absolutely love it, and if you don't pick it up you're missing out.

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Captain Marvel (2023) #1

Oct 25, 2023

A new era begins in Captain Marvel #1, a series from writer Alyssa Wong, artist Jan Bazaldua, colorist Bryan Valenza, and letterer Ariana Maher, and it's off to quite the stellar start.

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Captain Marvel (2023) #2

Nov 22, 2023

One of the biggest changes in Captain Marvel's new series is the comic book's supporting cast, and it's always a bit dicey to switch up something that works to try something untested. The risk is paying off though, as writer Alyssa Wong has already found a welcome rhythm for Carol Danvers and Yuna Yang.

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Captain Marvel (2023) #3

Dec 27, 2023

It does seem that some big answers are on the horizon, and once some of those questions are answered, those areas of the book should fall right into place.

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Captain Marvel (2023) #4

Jan 10, 2024

Captain Marvel has found its rhythm, and things should only get better from here.

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Captain Marvel (2023) #5

Feb 21, 2024

The bond between Carol and Yuna has steadily coalesced over the past few issues, but it truly comes into its own in Captain Marvel #5, and Captain Marvel's world is all the better because of it.

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Captain Marvel (2023) #6

Mar 20, 2024

It's all building to what looks to be a thrilling and intense final battle, and everything seems to be coming together at the perfect time.

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Captain Marvel (2023) #7

Apr 17, 2024

I'm not really sure where things go from here, but that unpredictability is half the fun of this series, and things only look to get more epic from here.

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Captain Marvel (2023) #8

May 8, 2024

While the battle unfolds on one side, Wong is also building up a delightful new duo in the Negative Zone, though the stakes are no less grand. Captain Marvel is firing on all cylinders at the perfect time.

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Captain Marvel: Assault on Eden (2023) #1

Oct 11, 2023

The adventure itself is largely self contained, but I greatly enjoyed my time with it, and thank any fan of the character will too.

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Cat Fight (2023) #1

May 31, 2023

Cat Fight is off to a fantastic start, and I'm quite intrigued to see where this thrilling tale of thievery goes next.

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Cat Fight (2023) #2

Jul 12, 2023

Cat Fight's debut showed potential, but Cat Fight #2 lifts that ceiling tenfold and showcases just how much potential the series truly has.

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Cat Fight (2023) #3

Sep 13, 2023

The comic book's almost vintage heist vibe continues to impress, and after that last page surprise, Cat Fight #4 can't get here soon enough.

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Cat Fight (2023) #5

Dec 6, 2023

Cat Fight's vintage spy thrills and constant surprises has been a highlight of this year's pull list, and hopefully the ending will bring this adventure to a satisfying close.

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Crocodile Black (2024) #1

May 8, 2024

Crocodile Black is captivating from the very first page, and its grip only continues to tighten as you learn more about the world, the forces at play within it, and the conflicted young man that finds himself at the center of it.

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Crypt of Shadows (2022) #1

Oct 19, 2022

Crypt of Shadows delivers more hits than misses and is a fitting way to ring in Halloween for Marvel fans.

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Damage Control (2022) #1

Aug 24, 2022

I truly enjoyed getting to know these oddball characters and following them into whatever fantastical scenario they get lost in. Damage Control was a truly pleasant surprise and delivered a world of charm and mayhem that I cannot wait to return to next month.

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Damage Control (2022) #2

Sep 28, 2022

Overall the issue isn't bad, it's just okay, and that might be a letdown after such a fantastic start. Here's hoping issue #3 finds that comedic goldmine once again.

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Damage Control (2022) #3

Nov 2, 2022

Damage Control is simply marvelous fun, and the series seems to be hitting its stride at the right time.

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Damage Control (2022) #4

Nov 9, 2022

Hopefully, issue #5 can find that wonderful mix that drove issues 1# and #3, but there is fun to be had here. It just didn't click with me.

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Damage Control (2022) #5

Dec 7, 2022

Damage Control saved some of its best chaos for the finale, and Gus is right in the center of all of it. That's what makes it all work though, as writers Adam F. Goldberg and Hans Rodionoff utilize him perfectly throughout in both comedic moments and moments of revelation.

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Dark Nights: Death Metal #1

Jun 17, 2020

They seem to be having an absolute ball creating this crazy world, and you'll have just as much fun getting lost in it.

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Dark Nights: Death Metal #2

Jul 16, 2020

Death Metal reigns in a bit of the crazy for issue #2, but if anything that might have made it a stronger issue overall, and we cannot wait to see what awaits us in issue #3.

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Dark Nights: Death Metal #3

Aug 12, 2020

Death Metal #3 doesn't shy away from the insanity that has fueled the series so far, but it injects the intrigue and heart the series needs to make sure we all care about the outcome.

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Dark Nights: Death Metal #4

Oct 14, 2020

This series has taken on some large concepts, but so far it's hit most of them out of the park. Hopefully, it can do the same with that last page, and the good news is it certainly has momentum on its side.

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Dark Nights: Death Metal #5

Nov 18, 2020

It's not the strongest issue of the series, but has its share of amazing moments, and it should be a rollercoaster ride to the finish line.

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Dark Nights: Death Metal #6

Dec 16, 2020

Writer Scott Snyder knows how to create an epic scene, and this issue is full of them, all pulled off brilliantly by artist Greg Capullo and colorist FCO Plascencia.

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Dark Nights: Death Metal #7

Jan 7, 2021

Writer Scott Snyder, artist Greg Capullo, inker Jonathan Glapion, and colorist FCO Plascencia created a massive and action-packed battle on the ground while simultaneously continuing to spotlight the heroism and leadership of Wonder Woman in a one on one with The Batman Who Laughs, and while there are many moving parts here in regards to both, they ultimately delivered a rollercoaster of emotions that any event of this scale demands.

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Dark Nights: Death Metal: The Multiverse Who Laughs #1

Nov 25, 2020

I've enjoyed a lot of what Death Metal and the Dark Multiverse have to offer thus far, and there's even more original and interesting takes on classic characters in Dark Nights: Death Metal - The Mutliverse Who Laughs. That said, your mileage is going to vary a bit, as none of these stories really add anything significant to the core Death Metal story.

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Dark Web: X-Men #1

Dec 14, 2022

If the goal was to get me invested in "Dark Web," mission accomplished, and if the mission was to deliver one of my fave Marvel team-ups of the year? Well, looks like they knocked that out of the park too.

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Dark Web: X-Men #2

Dec 28, 2022

With a sure-to-be thrilling throwdown on the horizon, I simply can't get enough of this series, and if you're keeping up with "Dark Web" it's an absolute must.

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Dark Web: X-Men #3

Jan 18, 2023

Even if you've been missing out on "Dark Web," do yourself a favor and do not miss the excellence that is Dark Web: X-Men.

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Darkhawk (2021) #1

Aug 25, 2021

Darkhawk #1 takes its time introducing readers to Connor before the superheroics kick in, and it's that patient storytelling which allows Darkhawk's bold, new era to achieve liftoff.

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Darkhawk (2021) #2

Sep 29, 2021

This issue is a win across the board, and while the artistic style doesn't land in every single panel for me, it's a small nitpick for an otherwise fantastic issue. If you're a Darkhawk fan, this really is the reinvention you've been waiting for.

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Darkhawk (2021) #3

Nov 3, 2021

Darkhawk #3 is easily the most action-packed issue of the series so far, but it doesn't rely on that blockbuster action alone.

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Darkhawk (2021) #4

Dec 1, 2021

I loved this issue through and through, and Darkhawk continues to hit all the right notes in this so far stellar revival.

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Darkhawk (2021) #5

Jan 12, 2022

Darkhawk's conclusion is loaded with action, and while it does include some lovely character moments, the action and one heck of a final page hook is what leaves the biggest lasting impression.

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Darkhawk: Heart of the Hawk #1

Apr 14, 2021

There's a lot to love here about Darkhawk: Heart of the Hawk, and it sets up the character for a promising future.

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DCeased: Dead Planet (2020) #7

Jan 20, 2021

It's a fitting way to end a harrowing but phenomenal series, and what a ride it turned out to be.

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Deadpool (2019) #1

Nov 20, 2019

Amongst all the fun is even a little bit of heartbreak, and it's that unique blend of comedy, emotion, and irreverence that makes Deadpool #1 an instant classic.

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Deadpool (2019) #2

Jan 8, 2020

Kraven the Hunter as a villain is an interesting choice here, and so far I'm still waiting on the big hook to really draw me into this conceit. That said, everything else is just so delightful, and I still can't get enough of it.

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Deadpool (2019) #3

Feb 19, 2020

In short, this book is perfect, and I simply can't get enough.

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Deadpool (2019) #4

Mar 18, 2020

We finally get the big throw down between Deadpool and Bootleg Kraven, and while it delivers some glorious moments to be sure, it doesn't quite hit the highs established by previous issues.

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Deadpool (2019) #5

Jun 10, 2020

This issue is classic Deadpool, but it's the book's sneaky heart of gold that will really make it all worthwhile.

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Deadpool (2019) #6

Aug 5, 2020

Deadpool hasn't been this entertaining in quite some time, and this is easily one of the books I look forward to most every month.

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Deadpool (2019) #7

Oct 7, 2020

This is the best Deadpool has been in ages, and luckily the streak doesn't show any signs of stopping.

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Deadpool (2019) #8

Nov 4, 2020

Few creative teams are as perfect a compliment to their character as Kelly Thompson and Gerardo Sandoval are to Deadpool, and you need look no further than Deadpool #8 for a delightful example of that in action.

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Deadpool (2019) #9

Dec 16, 2020

This issue might not hit the previous highs of the series, but it's still damn entertaining in a number of ways, and you won't regret giving it your time.

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Deadpool (2019) #10

Jan 27, 2021

The series has been stellar and deserved to go doing its own thing and not having to tie into anything else. Still, the team pulled off a delightful finale, and this is easily one of the best Deadpool runs ever.

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Deadpool: Black, White & Blood #1

Aug 4, 2021

Deadpool: Black, White, & Blood came out swinging and, if this holds up, the future is quite bright for everyone's favorite merc' with a mouth.

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Deadpool: Black, White & Blood #2

Sep 8, 2021

It's time to get meta once again, as Deadpool: Black, White & Blood #2 is upon us, and impressively, the merc with a mouth manages to deliver twice in a row.

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Deadpool: Black, White & Blood #3

Oct 6, 2021

Deadpool is back with three new over-the-top adventures in Deadpool: Black, White, & Red #3, though despite the stellar talent involved in all three stories, the second one is the story that runs away with the top prize.

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Deadpool: Black, White & Blood #4

Nov 10, 2021

Overall, this is an issue that starts out strong but loses some steam over time, though there is quite a bit of fun to be had.

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Death of the Venomverse (2023) #2

Aug 16, 2023

Death of the Venomverse #2 lives up to is title with an ever growing death toll, and the team of Cullen Bunn, Gerardo Sandoval, Jim Campbell, Victor Olazaba, and Clayton Cowles lean into the brutality and spectacle that the premise commands.

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Death of the Venomverse (2023) #3

Aug 30, 2023

Cullen Bunn has successfully created an unstoppable monster in this hostless Carnage, but that's also made the battles just feel like truly one-sided affairs, and after a while you can't help but want the other team to get a win. The hook at the end of this issue is promising, but it also feels like it could be a bait and switch, and I really need our team to get a win or two to keep me invested.

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Death of the Venomverse (2023) #4

Sep 13, 2023

Issue #4 starts out promisingly enough, but by page 10, those hopes start to lose steam, and by issue's end, they are all but up in flames.

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Death of the Venomverse (2023) #5

Sep 27, 2023

Writer Cullen Bunn delivered some cool moments throughout the series, and at the end of the day the series did what it set out to do, but ultimately there just wasn't anything outside of that that I could get invested in.

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Detective Comics (2016) #1002

Apr 24, 2019

Here's hoping the story can catch up to the visuals next month, because there is the promise of a cool story here.

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Detective Comics (2016) #1003

May 8, 2019

If you're looking for the best Batman and Robin book in some time, Detective Comics is the place to be.

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Detective Comics (2016) #1004

May 22, 2019

This has been a bit of a slow burn, but if this story can stick the landing we might have something special on our hands.

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Detective Comics (2016) #1005

Jun 12, 2019

The Arkham Knight's comic debut comes to a close, though it doesn't completely reach its potential.

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Detective Comics (2016) #1006

Jun 26, 2019

Batman and The Spectre might be more comfortable in the shadows, but they truly shine here.

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Detective Comics (2016) #1007

Jul 10, 2019

This team up of Batman and the Spectre has resulted in a visual tour de force for Detective Comics, and part two of the adventure is just as addicting as part one.

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Detective Comics (2016) #1008

Jul 24, 2019

In short, this is a fine Batman/Joker story, but don't expect any fireworks.

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Detective Comics (2016) #1009

Aug 14, 2019

It doesn't happen very often but every now and then we get to see Bruce Wayne in action rather than the Batman, and as seen in the latest issue of Detective Comics, that can be quite compelling when handled the right way.

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Detective Comics (2016) #1010

Aug 28, 2019

At one point while reading Detective Comics it felt like I was reading a DC version of Kong: Skull Island, which might seem odd upon first hearing it. That said, that aspect of the story was quite enjoyable taken on its own, and is probably one of the book's strongest points.

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Detective Comics (2016) #1011

Sep 11, 2019

Artist Christian Duce and colorist Luis Guerrero to a lovely job bringing the battle between Deadshot and Bats to life as well, but Clarence and Hiro clearly steal the show.

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Detective Comics (2016) Annual #2

May 29, 2019

This book is a testimony that it doesn't have to be all Batman all the time for Detective to be engaging, and there's real promise in what this book establishes going forward, but it isn't a must read.

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Do A Powerbomb #1

Jun 15, 2022

When I say that no wrestling fan should miss Do A Powerbomb, that isn't hyperbole, though I would also say those who aren't as familiar with the wrestling world will find plenty to enjoy through its strong characters and compelling storytelling, and perhaps you'll find yourself intrigued by professional wrestling when all is said and done.

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Do A Powerbomb #2

Jul 20, 2022

It can be quite challenging to follow up a superb first issue, and yet Do A Powerbomb #2 does just that, simply shrugging off pressure of any sort.

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Do A Powerbomb #3

Aug 17, 2022

Do A Powerbomb is beyond special and I couldn't recommend it any more.

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Do A Powerbomb #4

Sep 14, 2022

Do A Powerbomb can simply do no wrong, and issue #4 continues the series' march towards classic status.

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Do A Powerbomb #5

Oct 12, 2022

Do A Powerbomb is as compelling as ever, and thankfully it still has even more tricks up its sleeve

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Do A Powerbomb #6

Nov 9, 2022

Do A Powerbomb is already a modern classic and a true must-read for any wrestling fan, and I cannot wait to see how this thrilling adventure unfolds.

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Do A Powerbomb #7

Dec 7, 2022

It's a lovely end to what has been an amazing ride, and hopefully, this isn't the last we see of this wonderfully unique wrestling world.

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Domino: Hotshots #3

May 1, 2019

Hotshots is simply a blast, and here's hoping the fun doesn't stop anytime soon.

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Domino: Hotshots #4

Jun 5, 2019

So far the charm and personality of the book haven't been overwhelmed by the Celestial elements, and hopefully, next issue's finale can continue that streak.

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Domino: Hotshots #5

Jul 17, 2019

This creative team truly captures what makes Domino and her friends so enjoyable, and we'd happily sign up for another round.

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Dragon Age: Dark Fortress #1

Mar 31, 2021

All in all, it's a lovely start, and we can't wait to see what happens to our merry crew next.

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Dragon Age: Blue Wraith #1

Jan 15, 2020

Dragon Age fans are going to eat this up with a spoon, though we do hope there's a lot more Fenris throughout the rest of the series.

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Dragon Age: Dark Fortress #2

Apr 28, 2021

This feels like a Dragon Age adventure through and through, and I'm just counting down the days until we see this crew make its video game debut because they've already made one hell of an impression.

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Dragon Age: Blue Wraith #2

Feb 19, 2020

Writers Nunzio DeFilippis and Christina Weir know this world inside and out, and it shows, especially in how they weave in events from Dragon Age II organically into the story.

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Dragon Age: Dark Fortress #3

May 26, 2021

Dragon Age: Dark Fortress might have only been 3 issues, but that didn't keep the finale from leaving quite the impression.

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Dragon Age: Blue Wraith #3

Mar 18, 2020

It is a bummer that the book feels as if it's about to take off in an awesome direction by the book's last page, but it also leaves you rather hopeful for the future, and that's not a bad thing in the slightest.

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Dryad #1

Mar 4, 2020

Throw in a solid hook for next issue and you've got yourself the beginning of a promising journey.

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Dryad #2

Jun 10, 2020

The blend of futuristic tech and high fantasy really makes this series pop visually, while the heart and endearing family unit keep all the fantastical elements grounded, making for a series that you won't want to put down.

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Dryad #3

Jul 8, 2020

Dryad is a breath of fresh air, and for those looking for a unique story of family set in a world of possibilities, this is most definitely a series for you.

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Dryad #4

Aug 12, 2020

Dryad continues to subvert expectations, and I cannot wait to see where this crazy adventure goes next.

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Dryad #6

Nov 4, 2020

This isn't the strongest issue of the series, and at times it feels like the story doesn't move forward enough, but it's still a book worth checking out.

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Dryad #7

Dec 2, 2020

Things are probably going to get worse before they get better for this family, but the nuanced family dynamics and science fiction magic mixture that Dryad offers has us in for the long haul.

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Dudley Datson and the Forever Machine #1

Jul 20, 2022

Dudley Datson and The Forever Machine was not at all what I expected, but that ultimately made it even better in the end, and I think you'll find something to love here as well.

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Dudley Datson and the Forever Machine #2

Sep 7, 2022

Dudley Datson and The Forever Machine #2 carries over the momentum from issue one's chaotic ending and then expands the parameters of the story 10-fold.

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Dudley Datson and the Forever Machine #3

Nov 9, 2022

There's no shortage of action in Dudley Datson and The Forever Machine #3, though the book soars most when two inventors are simply having a conversation... and one of them is a dog of course.

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Dudley Datson and the Forever Machine #4

Jan 25, 2023

The pace does slow though when things move into history lessons, and when the action does pick up, there are times where it just doesn't have the weight you feel the moment should carry. Things do leave off in an interesting place though, and if issue #5 can hit the ground running, we could be in for something great.

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Dudley Datson and the Forever Machine #5

May 24, 2023

Dudley Datson and The Forever Machine might have been a bit slow at times, but I've truly enjoyed my time with the series, and the ending was a major part of that.

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Elektra: Black, White & Blood #1

Jan 5, 2022

There were more misses than hits in this debut issue, but for Elektra fans, that first story is still very much worth checking out.

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Elektra: Black, White & Blood #2

Feb 23, 2022

This is easily one of the most cohesive, well-rounded, and visually impressive Marvel anthology issues yet in this format, and here's hoping the momentum continues next month, because if so Elektra fans are in for a treat.

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Elektra: Black, White & Blood #3

Mar 23, 2022

Overall, this isn't the strongest issue of the series thus far, but fans of the character will still find something to love.

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Elektra: Black, White & Blood #4

May 18, 2022

While it isn't the strongest issue in the anthology, it's still satisfying and offers up a wealth of beautiful artwork to get lost in, sending the series out in style.

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Empyre: Savage Avengers #1

Jul 29, 2020

Granted, this is not necessary to Empyre or as a single issue in the least, but if you like Conan team-ups, you're going to enjoy this little detour quite a bit.

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Empyre: Road To Empyre: The Kree/Skrull War #1

Mar 25, 2020

Road To Empyre: The Kree/Skrull War has a tall task to achieve, but it manages to stick the landing and then some by issue's end.

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Ether: The Disappearance of Violet Bell #1

Sep 25, 2019

There's just not another comic out there like Ether, and writer Matt Kindt and artist David Rubin are impressing once again with Ether: The Disappearance of Violet Bell #1.

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Ether: The Disappearance of Violet Bell #2

Oct 30, 2019

Few comics are as charming and visually inspired as Ether, and it shows no signs of changing anytime soon.

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Ether: The Disappearance of Violet Bell #3

Nov 27, 2019

The main narrative takes a bit of a backseat here, but the adventure is still wildly entertaining. That said, we're hoping that next issue the story takes a step towards the main plot line, as that's the hook that got us into this adventure in the first place.

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Ether: The Disappearance of Violet Bell #4

Dec 11, 2019

Rubin is at the top of his game here, filling each page with bright and vivid colors and dynamic action sequences that always play out differently than you're expecting, and Kindt's cast of lovable characters fill each and every scene with personality and wit.

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Excellence #1

May 8, 2019

Excellence lives up to its name in spades.

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Excellence #2

Jun 19, 2019

Writer Brandon Thomas creates a thrilling concoction that combines the weight of family, surviving grief, conflict of compromise, and defying insurmountable odds in a world that may be birthed from magic but feels incredibly real.

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Excellence #3

Jul 17, 2019

Excellence lives up to its title yet again with issue #4, and if you aren't reading this series yet please do yourself a favor and fix that ASAP.

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Excellence #4

Aug 21, 2019

Despite the fantastical aspects of the book, Excellence is a very personal story of how someone deals with loss, with anger, and with pain, and whether you're rooting for him or not, you'll be hooked until the very last page.

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Excellence #5

Sep 18, 2019

This is one of the best series in comics, and you're missing out if you don't give it a chance.

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Excellence #6

Oct 16, 2019

To say we recommend Excellence is an understatement, and if you give it a chance we promise you won't be disappointed.

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Excellence #7

Jun 10, 2020

Excellence lives up to its name once more, and if you read one book this week please make it this one.

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Excellence #8

Jul 8, 2020

Excellence has lived up to its name for some time now, and while the story has only grown more ambitious, it has yet to miss a single step.

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Excellence #9

Aug 12, 2020

There's nothing ordinary about Excellence, and as the dominoes fall this epic tale isn't slowing down in the slightest.

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Excellence #10

Feb 17, 2021

The individual motives and conflicts present in this awfully grey continue to evolve and expand in unexpected ways, and while you definitely will need to go back and read issue #9 to get in the proper head space, the series continues to live up to its name without fail.

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Excellence #11

Sep 8, 2021

Excellence has always lived up to its namesake, but its ability to consistently unearth new depth and complexity from its cast and keep you guessing is beyond impressive, and it's not yet ready to give up its crown.

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Excellence #12

Jan 19, 2022

After what seemed like an eternity, Excellence #12 is finally here, and I'm not kidding when I say if I could give it a 10 on a 5 point scale I absolutely would.

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Fallen Angels (2019) #1

Nov 13, 2019

Fallen Angels doesn't hold back in the slightest, but if you give it a chance you'll find an X-Book unlike anything else in "Dawn of X," and that certainly has us coming back for more.

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Fallen Angels (2019) #2

Nov 27, 2019

Fallen Angels won't be for everyone, but if you're looking for a better understanding of who Psylocke really is, this is definitely worth checking out.

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Fallen Angels (2019) #3

Dec 11, 2019

Fallen Angels has easily been one of the most intriguing X-Books in the "Dawn of X" era thus far, but unfortunately, #3 really drops the ball.

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Fallen Angels (2019) #4

Dec 18, 2019

This book started out strong, but it seems were' going in the wrong direction, and here's hoping things get back on track next issue.

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Fallen Angels (2019) #5

Jan 8, 2020

If you're willing to overlook some flaws though Fallen Angels #5 has some interesting things to offer.

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Fallen Angels (2019) #6

Jan 29, 2020

Fallen Angels ends without making much of an impression, and that's really a shame.

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Fantastic Four (2018): Road Trip #1

Dec 2, 2020

There's a lot to enjoy about this Road Trip, though it would've been even better if some of its concepts, especially regarding Reed and the family dynamic, had been pushed a bit further.

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Far Sector #1

Nov 13, 2019

DC Comics' history is filled with cosmic tales of the Green Lanterns, but few if any have ever presented quite as compelling a concoction as Far Sector.

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Far Sector #2

Dec 11, 2019

If you've been looking for a fresh take on the Green Lantern Corps, stop looking, because you've just found it.

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Far Sector #3

Jan 22, 2020

Far Sector continues to be one of the most refreshing Green Lantern stories in years thanks to a compelling central conflict and dazzling visuals.

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Far Sector #4

Feb 26, 2020

Trust us, you'll want more of Far Sector as soon as you give it a chance, because ring-slinging has rarely been this good.

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Far Sector #5

Mar 25, 2020

Far Sector continues to be a visual tour de force, but the latest issue is building a strong case for its lead hero as well, and that is perhaps the most welcome new addition.

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Far Sector #7

Aug 5, 2020

Far Sector has a wonderful way of translating complicated concepts into very human stories, and that is certainly the case once more in Far Sector #7.

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Far Sector #8

Oct 7, 2020

There's simply nothing quite like Far Sector out there right now, and if you give it a chance you likely won't regret it.

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Far Sector #9

Dec 2, 2020

If you haven't given Far Sector it's due yet, it's time to change that ASAP.

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Far Sector #10

Feb 3, 2021

Far Sector continues to be one of the best books DC releases month in and month out, and if you're not on board you're simply missing out on a modern classic.

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Far Sector #11

Apr 7, 2021

N.K. Jemisin hits hard from the opening page and keeps the foot on the gas from that point forward, rolling Jo, Syzn, and Marth into the chaos to try and keep the city from destroying itself.

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Far Sector #12

Jun 9, 2021

While I hope this isn't the last we've seen of Far Sector, it is a fitting and satisfying end to one of my favorite Lantern tales ever and will be a series I recommend to anyone who will listen.

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Fence: Redemption #2

Jul 5, 2023

Fence: Redemption has something for everyone, and those that dive into this one of a kind world will not regret it in the least.

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Feral (2024) #1

Mar 27, 2024

Feral already has its claws hooked in, and fans of Stray Dogs should absolutely add this to their wishlists.

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Feral (2024) #2

Apr 24, 2024

Feral is just as gripping and heart wrenching as I imagined it to be, and is a must read every single month.

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Feral (2024) #3

May 22, 2024

Feral continues to be one of the most thrilling rollercoaster rides in comics, and that's not changing anytime soon.

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Fire and Ice (2023) #1

Aug 2, 2023

Writer Bill Willingham teams up with artist Leonardo Manco and letterer Taylor Esposito to create a world that feels true to the original's overall look and aesthetic while increasing the level of detail and brutality.

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Future Fight Firsts: White Fox #1

Oct 9, 2019

This book is really the tale of two halves, and while the second half drags things down, it's hard not to still recommend the first half.

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Future State (2021): Aquaman #1

Jan 27, 2021

All it took was one issue and one badass ending sequence to make this one of the best "Future State" series to date.

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Future State (2021): Justice League #1

Jan 13, 2021

A title like Future State: Justice League carries with it high expectations, especially with a lineup as promising as this. Unfortunately, it doesn't quite hit that high bar, but some of that is due to the nature of the story the series is trying to tell.

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Future State (2021): Green Lantern #1

Jan 13, 2021

Sometimes less is more, but Future State: Green Lantern looks to be the exception to the rule, as its three drastically different stories each deliver individually while also providing a unique prism through which to explore and appreciate the Green Lantern mythos.

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Future State (2021): Aquaman #2

Feb 24, 2021

Two of my favorite DC characters are Aquaman and Mera, and if you told me that in 2021 I would be perfectly fine with neither as the lead in an Aquaman comic, I would've told you to take it easy on the wine. Somehow that's happened though, as writer Brandon Thomas, artist Daniel Sampere, and colorist Adriano Lucas have combined to deliver an inspired and wholly unique take on the Aquaman mythos, and all I want is to follow Andy and Jackson on their next grand adventure.

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Future State (2021): Justice League #2

Feb 10, 2021

There are several elements of Future State: Justice League that work extremely well, including the core premise regarding the differences between this new League and the original. The exchanges between Yara and Jon highlight this core concept in an organic way, and I love the idea of Joshua Williamson showing us the team getting to know each other in real-time, but the execution is just a little clunky.

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Future State (2021): Green Lantern #2

Feb 10, 2021

Just like before, if you're a Green Lantern fan, this is a pull list must, and the future looks awfully bright for the ring slingers.

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Gears Pop! #1

Jul 31, 2019

If you're looking for some serious story substance this is not your jam of course, but if you're up to having some fun in the Gears universe, you've come to the right place.

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Generations (2021): Shattered #1

Jan 7, 2021

Generations: Shattered was a most welcome surprise, and Generations: Forged can't get here soon enough.

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Ghostbusters: Back In Town (2024) #1

Mar 27, 2024

This was a delightful debut, and those looking for a lighthearted adventure in the world of the Ghostbusters will not be disappointed.

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Ghostbusters: Back In Town (2024) #2

Apr 24, 2024

After a promising first issue, Ghostbusters: Back in Town takes a slight step back with issue #2.

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Giant-Size (2024): X-Men #1

May 8, 2024

Angel gets the spotlight in Marvel's Giant-Size X-Men one-shot, which features a new story and a reprint of Marvel Two-In-One #68. The latter also features Angel in a fun team-up with The Thing, and it pairs quite well with the more introspective lead-story from Ann Nocenti, Lee Ferguson, KJ Diaz, and Cory Petit.

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Giant-Size X-Men (2020): Fantomex #1

Aug 5, 2020

It all results in an issue that takes a long time to not say very much, nor does it move the overall plot forward in any substantial way until the very end, and its zeniths aren't sufficient to overcome those flaws.

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Giant-Size X-Men (2020): Jean Grey And Emma Frost #1

Feb 26, 2020

Whether you're looking for an entertaining adventure between two of your X-Men favorites, a thoughtful and action-packed journey through the mind, or another step forward in the evolution fo the X-Men, you'll find all of it in Giant Size X-Men: Jean Grey and Emma Frost #1.

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Go Go Power Rangers #20

May 15, 2019

Go Go Power Rangers continues to be the standard for Ranger comics, and we can't wait to see what's next.

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Go Go Power Rangers #21

Jul 10, 2019

This issue was a bit more unpredictable than I was expecting, but that's nothing but a positive, and I can't wait to see where things go from here.

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Go Go Power Rangers #22

Aug 14, 2019

You might not fall in love with every piece of this issue, but you'll find yourself loving where it's going by issue's end.

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Go Go Power Rangers #23

Sep 11, 2019

This is the perfect mixture of depth and fun, and any Power Rangers fan will be over the moon for it.

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Go Go Power Rangers #24

Oct 9, 2019

No this isn't necessary reading, but you'll find it hard not to love this dynamic duo by story's end. We're pretty sure that's the point of this story, and if that is the case, mission accomplished.

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Go Go Power Rangers #25

Nov 13, 2019

We're loving this new spin on White Light, and while there is a bit too much decompression here, the fresh elements more than make up for that drawback.

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Go Go Power Rangers #26

Dec 11, 2019

It really feels like a book of two halves, and if next issue can deliver more of what the second half did well, we're in for a treat next issue.

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Go Go Power Rangers #28

Jan 29, 2020

It all results in an unexpected but certainly welcome detour that gives fans a fresh perspective.

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Go Go Power Rangers #29

Feb 12, 2020

Go Go Power Rangers is saving some of its best stories for last, and longtime fans of the show will find a lot to love in Go Go Power Rangers #29.

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Go Go Power Rangers #30

Mar 11, 2020

Go Go Power Rangers #30 is still worth checking out, but don't expect to be floored.

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Go Go Power Rangers #31

May 29, 2020

Go Go Power Rangers is nearing the end of its sensational run, and while we're sad to see it go, it's probably happening at the perfect time.

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Go Go Power Rangers #32

Jun 10, 2020

The time jumps are still a little confusing, and while it was nice to see some of the threads tied up, we didn't exactly learn anything new, making it feel a little less impactful. That said, Go Go set a high bar for Power Rangers comics, and it certainly went out on a high note.

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Go Go Power Rangers: Forever Rangers #1

Jun 19, 2019

Go Go Power Rangers: Forever Rangers #1 closes out this chapter of the Power Rangers universe in style.

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Godzilla vs. The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #1

Mar 23, 2022

The Power Rangers are no stranger to otherworldly team-ups, and they've already had two fantastic crossovers with the DC and TMNT universes. Now you can add Godzilla to the mix, and it looks to follow the winning formula that has made their previous dimensional escapades such entertaining adventures.

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Godzilla vs. The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: II #1

Apr 3, 2024

There are some stellar sequences, including several involving White Ranger and the Tigerzord, and Johanna Nattalie's lettering makes those moments pop off the page. There are other scenes though where it can be difficult to sort out exactly what's happening, with everything sort of blending together.

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Godzilla vs. The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: II #2

May 15, 2024

The sheer scale of Godzilla vs. Mighty Morphin Power Rangers II is quite impressive, and somehow issue #2 raises the ante ten fold. Part of the fun in crossovers like this is just the insane combinations of elements you can come up with, and Cullen Bunn takes full advantage of the Ranger Kaiju toybox at his disposal.

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Godzilla vs. The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #2

Apr 27, 2022

There's still a lot of fun to be had and the artwork is worth the price of admission alone, but if issue #3 can recapture that same balance the first issue had, we'll be in for one hell of a great time.

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Godzilla vs. The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #3

May 25, 2022

Godzilla and the Power Rangers have made an unexpectedly formidable team, and no fan of either franchise should miss out on all the fun.

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Godzilla vs. The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #4

Jul 20, 2022

The ultimate team-up has happened in Godzilla vs. Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #4, and this book has truly become as bombastic as you hoped it would thanks to the arrival of Ghidorah.

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Godzilla vs. The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #5

Sep 14, 2022

If you're looking for an adventure full of fun and bombastic action, look no further.

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Green Lantern (2018): Season Two #1

Feb 12, 2020

This is a must read for any Green Lantern fan; we promise you will not be bored for a single moment.

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Green Lantern (2018): Season Two #2

Mar 11, 2020

The Green Lantern Season Two started off in a bold new fashion, and #2 looks to continue that trend, but ultimately fumbles along the way.

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Green Lantern (2018): Season Two #3

May 6, 2020

This is a bit of a mixed bag, and while it features some stunning art and delightful moments, the unevenness keeps it from achieving greatness.

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Green Lantern (2018): Season Two #4

Jun 17, 2020

It feels like quirky filler, and the bright spots aren't enough to compensate. Here's hoping next issue can chart a better destination.

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Green Lantern (2018): Season Two #5

Jul 8, 2020

At times this series can lean too far into its eccentricities, but this issue found a compelling balance, and here' hoping that doesn't change.

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Green Lantern (2018): Season Two #6

Aug 12, 2020

This is the quirky Green Lantern book we initially fell in love with, and it's nice to see the series return to form.

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Green Lantern (2018) #7

May 1, 2019

Green Lantern continues to be one of DC's best books, and this is another perfect example of why.

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Green Lantern (2018): Season Two #7

Sep 9, 2020

The Green Lantern Season Two has been a bit of a mixed bag in recent issues, and unfortunately that trend continues with issue #7.

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Green Lantern (2018): Season Two #8

Oct 14, 2020

At the end of this, it feels like we went in a giant circle, and some of the blanks still feel like they need filling, resulting in an issue that I probably need to read again to fully comprehend but honestly don't want to.

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Green Lantern (2018): Season Two #9

Nov 12, 2020

Every aspect of this issue has managed to hook me in some form or fashion, and if the rest of season two can deliver a similar experience, this could be one hell of a ride.

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Green Lantern (2021) #1

Apr 7, 2021

Green Lantern #1 pulls the spotlight from Hal Jordan and places the franchise in John Stewart's ever-capable hands, and the supporting cast Thorne is building out is truly stellar.

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Green Lantern (2021) #2

May 5, 2021

So far Green Lantern isn't afraid to take some risks, and right now they are paying off in spades.

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Green Lantern (2021) #3

Jun 2, 2021

Green Lantern is spinning a captivating mystery on a wide scale, but it's the stories of the Corps finding a way through all the chaos that powers all of it, and that doesn't appear to be changing anytime soon.

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Green Lantern (2021) #4

Jul 7, 2021

Green Lantern continues to explore the loss of the Main Power Battery and the ramifications of that loss from several angles, and it's the combination of those angles that makes Green Lantern #4 so compelling.

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Green Lantern (2021) #5

Aug 4, 2021

Green Lantern is killing it right now, and I can't wait to see what happens next.

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Green Lantern (2021) #6

Sep 8, 2021

Green Lantern has truly hit its stride, and even without rings happens to be one of the best books in DC's galaxy.

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Green Lantern (2021) #7

Oct 20, 2021

Green Lantern #7 continues the series' two points of view format, revealing the fate of the other Lanterns and exploring the investigation of the Power Battery explosion simultaneously. Ironically both of those plot points (and the cover's Kilowog tease) take a backseat to more character-specific stories, and while the second half is well worth the trip, the first half isn't quite as successful.

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Green Lantern (2021) #8

Nov 17, 2021

Even the big reveal ended up being compelling, so if this storyline can stick the landing and bring these two stories together in a big way, this is shaping up to be quite the adventure.

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Green Lantern (2021) #9

Dec 8, 2021

Both stories have their moments and they both end in intriguing places that have cemented my attention for next issue, but there was just a little something missing this time around that I hope to see back in spades with Green Lantern #10.

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Green Lantern (2021) #10

Jan 19, 2022

Green Lantern #10 brings several running mysterious into focus into one colossal battle, and it all feels decidedly epic in scope, a threat perfect for a Corps such as the Green Lanterns.

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Green Lantern (2021) #11

Feb 16, 2022

Green Lantern #11 brings together its narratives into one massive cosmic nightmare scenario, and it's difficult not to be overwhelmed by the sheer scope, with powerful Gods and entities dueling as the world watches and waits.

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Green Lantern (2021) #12

Apr 13, 2022

Several of the book's hooks offer all sorts of intriguing possibilities, and it would seem the future is awfully bright for the Lanterns once more.

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Green Lantern (2021) Annual: 2021

Sep 8, 2021

I would read this as an ongoing series without a second thought, but as an annual, this is a must for any fan of the Corps without a doubt.

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Green Lantern (2023) #1

May 10, 2023

Hal Jordan is back on Earth in Green Lantern #1, and it seems like the change of pace has done wonders for him, as the series captures his charisma and fearlessness while showcasing how those can be some of his biggest weaknesses in the ever-changing world around him.

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Green Lantern (2023) #2

Jun 14, 2023

Green Lantern is off to a truly stellar start, and it is likely to only get better from here.

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Green Lantern (2023) #3

Sep 13, 2023

Green Lantern #3 offers a brilliant one-two punch for Lantern fans of all kinds, and it's not something you should be missing.

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Green Lantern (2023) #4

Oct 11, 2023

Green Lantern is already hitting its stride and continues to make one of DC's biggest heroes the best he's been in years.

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Green Lantern (2023) #5

Nov 15, 2023

Green Lantern #5 sets a high bar moving forward, and I couldn't recommend it more.

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Green Lantern (2023) #6

Dec 13, 2023

Green Lantern continues to capture the heart of what makes this character and this mythology so special, and the ride only looks to get more wild from here.

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Green Lantern (2023) #7

Jan 10, 2024

Green Lantern jumps into the past in issue #7 and answers a host of major questions in the process.

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Green Lantern (2023) #8

Feb 14, 2024

This was a one-two punch that completely delivered, and one that no Green Lantern fan, regardless of era, should miss.

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Green Lantern (2023) #9

Mar 13, 2024

This is a welcome return to form, and it really seems that altogether, fans are witnessing the beginning of a new golden era of Green Lantern, and I couldn't be more thrilled.

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Green Lantern (2023) #10

Apr 10, 2024

Hal Jordan has had quite the journey thus far, but Green Lantern #10 shifts from his own personal evolution to the macro-level problems facing the entire Green Lantern Corps. That shift doesn't work without everything writer Jeremy Adams has built across the first nine issues of Green Lantern, however, and the investment pays off in a significant fashion now that Hal is mixing it up with the other Lanterns.

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Green Lantern (2023) #11

May 15, 2024

Green Lantern once again delivers across the board, and things only seem to be getting better from here.

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Green Lantern: Blackstars #1

Nov 6, 2019

While there are a host of characters to take in, it all will rise and fall with Belzebeth and Parallax, and so far there are well deserving of the spotlight, exhibiting a raw magnetism that keeps you invested in not only the big picture but also the more personal one, and it makes for a book that is simply not like anything else on stands.

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Green Lantern: Blackstars #2

Dec 4, 2019

This issue has great moments marred by an overwhelming amount of exposition and plot, and here's hoping #3 finds the balance of the series' debut.

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Green Lantern: Blackstars #3

Jan 29, 2020

The story also manages to surprise at several points, but the battles themselves are a bit lacking, both in action and in terms of visuals.

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Green Lantern: War Journal (2023) #9

May 22, 2024

The issue sticks the landing though, bringing everything to a place that you can get back on board if you perhaps got a bit lost, but those who dive into all the threads and details along the way will once again be rewarded, and I can't wait to see what's right around the corner.

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Grim (2022) #12

Aug 2, 2023

It's not very new-reader friendly, but I still enjoyed Grim #12 quite a bit, and I'm excited to see what comes next.

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Grim (2022) #13

Sep 20, 2023

I'm eager to see where Marcel's story of bitter truths and self reflection takes him, and I think fans of the series will find this Interlude well worth their time.

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Grit #1

Jul 29, 2020

Grit is one of the most intriguing books I've read as of late, taking a premise we've seen before and tweaking the mixture just enough to create something wholly unique. I've still got plenty of questions, but I'm definitely sticking around to get the answers.

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Grit #2

Aug 26, 2020

Grit's debut issue made a strong impression, but it's the second issue that cements this off-kilter series as one to watch.

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Hell To Pay (2022) #1

Nov 2, 2022

Hell to Pay #1 is immensely ambitious, and though it has flaws, it succeeds in hooking the reader on a truly distinctive and promising premise, setting it apart from everything else out there in more ways than one.

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Hell To Pay (2022) #2

Dec 14, 2022

Hell To Pay continues to deliver intriguing surprises, saving a major curveball for last, and one that teases a much grander scope.

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Hell To Pay (2022) #3

Jan 25, 2023

The twisting supernatural adventure that is Hell to Pay continues to surprise in issue #3, and while it is disappointing we don't get a ton of follow up on that cliffhanger, there's so much other intrigue at play.

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Hell To Pay (2022) #4

Apr 5, 2023

Hell to Pay #4 finally brings the book's main antagonist into the spotlight, and though there's a sizable runway before takeoff, the end result is worth the wait.

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Hell To Pay (2022) #5

Jun 7, 2023

There's simply nothing else like Hell To Pay in comics at the moment, and as writer Charles Soul and artist Will Sliney continue to build out the world, it only mesmerizes that much more.

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Hell To Pay (2022) #6

Jun 28, 2023

Hell to Pay has been a wild ride and at this point I'm quite invested in seeing how things play out from here, and Book 1 can't get here soon enough.

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Heroes In Crisis #8

Apr 24, 2019

The issue is gorgeous thanks to the work of Mitch Gerads and Travis Moore, but unless the finale delivers a big surprise this story is not sticking the landing.

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Heroes Reborn (2021): Hyperion & The Imperial Guard #1

May 12, 2021

Granted, this isn't necessary reading, at least at this juncture of Heroes Reborn, but I wound up really enjoying my time with these characters, and if you're a fan of the line up you will likely end up enjoying your time here just like I did.

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Hit-Girl (2018): Season Two #4

May 8, 2019

Hit-Girl brings the Hollywood arc to its big conclusion, though for all the over-the-top action it doesn't exactly end with a bang.

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House of Slaughter #1

Oct 27, 2021

The bar was definitely high for House of Slaughter, but it was more than up to the task.

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House of Slaughter #2

Nov 24, 2021

At this point I'm as intrigued by the events of the present as I am the stories of the future, and issue #3 needs to get here ASAP.

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House of Slaughter #3

Dec 22, 2021

All in all House of Slaughter still feels part of this world while forming a trail all its own, and I'm still very much all in.

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House of Slaughter #4

Jan 26, 2022

The whirlwind love story of Aaron and Jace has passed through some pretty dark places, but House of Slaughter #4 gives us our most heartbreaking glimpse yet into how their story played out with a twist that will have fans hooked to see how things play out moving forward.

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House of Slaughter #6

May 18, 2022

There is a vague but solid hook by the end, but it feels like it's just getting started when things start to wrap up, and hopefully, issue #7 can get things moving in a more significant way to capitalize on this story's promise.

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House of Slaughter #7

Jul 27, 2022

The pieces are all here to create something special, but right now it still doesn't feel as if all of those pieces are clicking into place

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House of Slaughter #8

Aug 31, 2022

Artist Letizia Cadonici and colorist Francesco Segala are on their A-Game here, creating an issue that fits perfectly within the world and overall vibe of the ever-expanding Slaughter-verse and yet still stands on its own.

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House of Slaughter #9

Sep 28, 2022

Everything has come together brilliantly in House of Slaughter #9, and if that continues, "Scarlet" could end up becoming one of the biggest surprises of the year.

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House of Slaughter #10

Oct 26, 2022

Scarlet has really turned into something with a vibe all its own, and I'm excited to see where things head next.

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House of Slaughter #11

Jan 18, 2023

At times the artwork can be a bit too clunky and lacking in detail, but overall I couldn't have been more enamored with Jace's return, and I think you will be too.

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House of Slaughter #12

Feb 15, 2023

After a small detour with some promising ideas, House of Slaughter seems to have recaptured its early magic, and it seems even better things are in store.

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House of Slaughter #13

Mar 15, 2023

This series has hit a new high point with "The Butcher's Return," and if you're not jumping in you are missing out on simply stellar storytelling.

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House of Slaughter #14

Apr 19, 2023

House of Slaughter #14 is heart wrenching but also continues to explore captivating themes of family and abandonment, creating a one of a kind gut punch that deserves any comic fan's attention.

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House of Slaughter #15

May 17, 2023

House of Slaughter has truly come into its own with "The Butcher's Return," and I cannot wait to see what lies in store from here.

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House of Slaughter #16

Aug 9, 2023

The scenario has been teed up quite nicely, and issue #17 is all set to shift into overdrive.

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House of Slaughter #17

Sep 13, 2023

The sense of tension and unease found within House of Slaughter #17 is unreal, and the mystery at the center of this story and the lead trying to uncover it are both equally as compelling.

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House of Slaughter #18

Oct 11, 2023

House of Slaughter has discovered yet another breakout character, and hopefully we won't have to say goodbye anytime soon.

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House of Slaughter #19

Nov 8, 2023

House of Slaughter kicks into high gear in Part Four of Alabaster, but it's the crescendo of tension unease that allows that brutal chaos to become so effective.

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House of Slaughter #20

Dec 13, 2023

The very end does tease something intriguing, but it's not enough to overcome what's already transpired, leading to a finale that unfortunately doesn't stick the landing.

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House of Slaughter #21

Mar 13, 2024

House of Slaughter is setting the stage for something big, and it all starts right here.

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House of Slaughter #22

Apr 10, 2024

House of Slaughter continues to bring powerful and meaningful stories into the Something is Killing the Children universe, and that doesn't appear to be changing anytime soon.

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House of Slaughter #23

May 15, 2024

Just when you think "The Butcher's War" has hit its high point, the series zooms in on the interpersonal conflicts on both sides of the war to deliver one of its best issues yet.

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Hulk (2021) #1

Nov 24, 2021

Hulk #1 is an absolute win across the board, and I'm already counting the days until issue #2.

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Hulk (2021) #2

Dec 15, 2021

Clearly, the team is not satisfied with the chaos so far, and Hulk #2 shows that there is no ceiling on where this series can go.

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Hulk (2021) #3

Jan 19, 2022

So far this new vision for the Hulk hasn't missed a step, and all the while has reignited my appreciation for the character in a way I never expected, so consider me all-in.

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Inferno Girl: Red #1

Jan 25, 2023

This was a stellar introduction to what promises to be a fan favorite, and issue #2 can't get here soon enough.

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Inferno Girl: Red #2

Feb 22, 2023

Inferno Girl Red #2 has only made the wait for the first chapter's finale all that more difficult, and issue #3 can't get here soon enough.

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Inferno Girl: Red #3

Mar 22, 2023

The team behind Inferno Girl Red have created something truly special, and issue #3 had me falling out of my proverbial seat.

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Infinite Dark #7

Jun 12, 2019

If you're looking for a science fiction thriller that paves its own path, look no further than Infinite Dark.

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Infinite Dark #8

Jul 17, 2019

Infinite Dark #8 brings this tension-filled storyline to a close, at least for now, and it's a satisfying end to this pleasant surprise of a series.

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Inkblot #1

Sep 2, 2020

The dynamic duo at the heart of the story are enough to justify the price of admission, and the future for Inkblot seems pretty damn bright.

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Inkblot #2

Oct 7, 2020

There are some delightful moments here, but overall it still hasn't delivered all the promise that the premise shows.

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Inkblot #13

Nov 3, 2021

Sometimes the artwork feels like it could be a bit more detailed, but the issue's stronger points outweigh those subjective flaws, and I was thoroughly entertained.

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It Eats What Feeds It #3

Oct 28, 2020

It's not an issue I would read again mind you, but it certainly left an impression, and I think it will leave one with you as well.

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Jackpot (2024) #1

Jan 17, 2024

I'm still excited for Jackpot's future, but this issue didn't push the character forward in the way that I'd hoped.

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James Bond: Himeros #1

Oct 13, 2021

James Bond: Himeros #1 lays out the entire mission setup and background on all the major players in a straightforward albeit slightly boring way, and while things do pick up considerably once Bond is in the picture, the art style at times gets in the way and keeps the issue from achieving its full potential.

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James Bond: Himeros #2

Nov 10, 2021

There are fun moments here, but overall Bond is getting lost in the shuffle.

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James Bond: Himeros #3

Dec 8, 2021

It's a subjective thing of course, and this issue overall had me hooked, so hopefully, issue #4 can continue to keep that momentum.

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James Bond: Himeros #4

Jan 19, 2022

James Bond: Himeros #4 really impressed me with the compelling dynamic we've been waiting for from the book's two leads, but unfortunately, it looks that isn't going to last.

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James Bond: Himeros #5

Feb 16, 2022

The issue ends on a genuine note for James, but the pathway there was just a bit too messy, keeping this from being the absolute home run I was hoping for.

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Jean Grey (2023) #4

Nov 15, 2023

While the beginning of the issue could have sped things up a bit, it's a small complaint for an otherwise stellar finale, and I'm eager to see what's next for all involved.

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Junk Rabbit (2023) #4

Jul 5, 2023

A host of questions get welcome answers in Junk Rabbit #4, but the heavy exposition that comes with those answers hampers the book's pace, especially when you see story points coming from a mile away.

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Justice League (2018) #63

Jun 23, 2021

What stands out most about Justice League #63 is the sense of hope that permeates through every single page, as even in the darkest circumstances you feel as if the League's faith in humanity and each other never wavers.

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Justice League (2018) #64

Jul 7, 2021

Whether you're here for the League or sticking around for Team JL Dark, I don't think you'll be disappointed.

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Justice League (2018) #65

Jul 21, 2021

There are elements of Justice League that lift everything else, but JL Dark is worth the price of admission all on its own.

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Justice League (2018) #66

Aug 4, 2021

It's still lovely to see the other DC heroes join the fight, and Brian Michael Bendis' knack for witty banter is perfect for characters like Black Canary and Green Arrow. Naomi's interactions with the Justice League Dark are some of the issue's best moments, but they are too fleeting.

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Justice League (2018) #67

Sep 8, 2021

Artist Phil Hester and colorist Hi-Fi craft some massive action sequences, but the introductions of the United Order break up the rhythm and unfortunately also don't seem to help endear the group to the reader.

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Justice League (2018) #68

Sep 29, 2021

Sometimes the journey is better than the destination, while other times it's exactly the opposite, and for Justice League, it's the latter that is true.

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Justice League (2018) #69

Nov 17, 2021

Phil Hester makes a return to Green Arrow alongside colorist Hi-Fi and inker Eric Gapstur, and while there are sequences that shine, others just don't quite click as well, especially when they involve Superman.

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Justice League (2018) #70

Dec 29, 2021

I'd read a full 22 pages of "Justice League Dark" every month to be honest, but as of right now, Justice League #70 provides quite the one-two punch, and the series seems to be back on track.

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Justice League (2018) #71

Jan 26, 2022

Justice League #70 surprised me after succeeding in making the Royal Flush Gang an actual compelling threat to the League, but it seems that wasn't meant to last. Issue #71 quickly reveals that whatever threat they posed has been dealt with, and while I did enjoy how Brian Michael Bendis, Phil Hester, Romulo Fajardo Jr, and Eric Gapstur brought the fallout from their actions to life over the next several pages, it was a bit deflating to see them put down so quickly.

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Justice League (2018) #72

Feb 9, 2022

The number of artists on this one issue does lead to some abrupt switches in style, and there are moments where the League sounds a bit off (like Aquaman's weird "suit up, my League" line), but the heavy focus on the JL Dark team and a promising setup for the battle moving forward make this an issue worth picking up.

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Justice League vs. Godzilla vs. Kong (2023) #1

Oct 18, 2023

Justice League vs. Godzilla vs. Kong is off to a strong start, and if it can strike a balance in "screen time" between the heroes, villains, and monsters, we could be in for a great time.

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Justice League vs. Godzilla vs. Kong (2023) #2

Nov 22, 2023

This is just bombastic fun, and should only get better when Kong enters the picture.

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Justice League vs. Godzilla vs. Kong (2023) #3

Dec 20, 2023

This is the crossover I did not know I needed, but I'm so glad it's here.

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Justice League vs. Godzilla vs. Kong (2023) #4

Jan 17, 2024

This has been a thoroughly entertaining series so far, and while issue #4 takes a small step back, I'm still excited to see what wonderful chaos issue #5 can bring to the party.

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Justice League vs. Godzilla vs. Kong (2023) #5

Feb 21, 2024

While the fight is thrilling, this issue overall isn't the strongest in the series, but what it sets up will hopefully pay off for even bigger things down the line.

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Justice League vs. Godzilla vs. Kong (2023) #6

Mar 20, 2024

The series seems to be clicking at just the right time, and hopefully that momentum is retained as we move into the final moments.

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Justice League vs. Godzilla vs. Kong (2023) #7

May 22, 2024

The sheer scale to the issue is frankly absurd, though in the absolute best way, and Christian Duce, Tom Derenick, Luis Guerrero, Richard Starkings, and Tyler Smith seem to be having a ball bringing this grand story to life.

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Kick-Ass (2018) #13

Apr 17, 2019

There are some shining moments, especially in that shadow-filled ending sequence, but overall things are a bit bland from page to page. Kick-Ass' latest arc is off to a promising start, and hopefully the rest follows suit.

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King In Black: Marauders #1

Feb 3, 2021

Writer Gerry Duggan, artist Luke Ross, colorist Carlos Lopez, and letterer Cory Petit deliver an action-packed adventure with a poignant twist, and it's more than deserving of any reader's time and attention.

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Klaus: The Life and Times of Joe Christmas #1

Dec 18, 2019

If you're looking for something that tugs on the heartstrings in all the right ways, look no further than Klaus.

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Knight Terrors (2023): First Blood #1

Jul 5, 2023

First Blood is fittingly a perfect place to start and in more ways than one.

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Knight Terrors: Green Lantern (2023) #1

Jul 12, 2023

There are a few elements in the book that feel like they've been explored quite a bit in the past, but there's enough that feels new to offset that, creating a worthwhile trip for those who dare.

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Knight Terrors: Green Lantern (2023) #2

Aug 9, 2023

If you're a fan of either character, there's no question you should pick this up.

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Lords Of Empyre: Emperor Hulkling #1

Jul 22, 2020

Few tie-ins these days are as satisfying as Emperor Hulking, and if you pick one tie-in to buy, this one is definitely the one to grab.

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Ludocrats #1

May 20, 2020

Otto and Hades are magic together, and I cannot wait to see what else they can do.

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Ludocrats #2

Jun 17, 2020

Ludocrats seems to have found its rhythm, and hopefully it can keep the momentum in issue #3.

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Magic (2021): Ajani Goldmane #1

Aug 24, 2022

Magic is one of the most popular games in existence for a variety of reasons, with the strength of its heroes and world being a major part of the franchise's appeal. Those new to that world who aren't as familiar with its many citizens and landmarks are always looking for a path into what so many already adore, and Magic: Ajani Goldmane #1 might just be one such path.

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Major X #0

Aug 7, 2019

There is a cool tester between the story and how Major X got his weapon, but that's just not enough to make this a must read.

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Major X #2

Apr 17, 2019

Major X continues to be a most pleasant surprise.

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Major X #3

May 1, 2019

Not as high as issue #1, but still quite solid.

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Major X #4

May 29, 2019

The promise is here for an interesting universe, but the slugfests slow that progression down a bit too much in issue #4.

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Major X #5

Jun 12, 2019

The X-Istence and the mystery behind the X-Ential is quite compelling, though in issue #5 things get a bit confusing.

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Major X #6

Jun 26, 2019

Overall, the issue acts as a solid finale, but doesn't rise to being a great one.

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Marauders (2019) #1

Oct 23, 2019

Marauders #1 is off to a killer start, and has absolutely everything I want in an X-Men book.

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Marauders (2019) #2

Nov 20, 2019

Marauders #2 reveals a fresh and welcome new side to the hit series, even if it doesn't hit the high bar of its phenomenal debut.

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Marauders (2019) #3

Dec 4, 2019

Marauders is only getting better with time, and if you miss out on one series, don't let it be this one.

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Marauders (2019) #4

Dec 18, 2019

It doesn't get any better than Marauders, and you should not be missing out on all the fun.

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Marauders (2019) #5

Jan 1, 2020

Marauders continues to showcase why it's the best X-book around in #5, and it shows no signs of slowing down.

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Marauders (2019) #6

Jan 22, 2020

In short, Marauders is awesome, and we couldn't recommend it any more.

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Marauders (2019) #7

Feb 5, 2020

This series has yet to make a misstep, and we couldn't recommend it any more.

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Marauders (2019) #8

Feb 19, 2020

We can't say enough about how good Marauders continues to be, and it doesn't show any sign of changing.

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Marauders (2019) #9

Mar 4, 2020

Marauders consistently weaves a compelling and satisfying one issue story while still slowly rolling out other threads, and this issue continues that run of excellence.

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Marauders (2019) #10

May 29, 2020

Marauders has become the flagship X-Book for a variety of reasons, though if we had to single out one particular reason to explain its success, it would be its ability to maneuver between various tones with ease.

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Marauders (2019) #11

Aug 12, 2020

Marauders has been the gold standard of "Dawn of X," and that trend isn't ending anytime soon.

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Marauders (2019) #12

Sep 9, 2020

Marauders continues to set a high bar for "Dawn of X," and I don't see that changing anytime soon.

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Marauders (2019) #13

Oct 7, 2020

"X of Swords" continues to flow through the X-Men line, but as Marauders shows, never at the expense of the characters we've grown to love in their individual series.

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Marauders (2019) #14

Nov 4, 2020

"X of Swords" continues to zig when you expect it to zag, and who knew a dinner party would be one of the most exciting issues of the series yet?

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Marauders (2019) #15

Nov 12, 2020

Not going to lie, I'd be fine with this entire crossover taking place in this series, but since that can't happen, I'm just going to look forward to when Marauders picks up the "X of Swords" baton once more.

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Marauders (2019) #16

Dec 9, 2020

Marauders earned its place as the best of "Dawn of X" for a reason, and it shows no signs of giving up the title anytime soon.

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Marauders (2019) #17

Jan 13, 2021

Just when it looks as if Marauders might take a step towards a filler story, it switches gears and ends up bringing a long-running arc to a fitting close and in many ways a new beginning.

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Marauders (2019) #18

Feb 17, 2021

While this wasn't my favorite issue of the series thus far, it's still another lovely example of why this series is a must-read each and every month.

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Marauders (2019) #19

Apr 7, 2021

Marauders is a consistent highlight every month, and this time around is no exception.

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Marauders (2019) #20

May 5, 2021

This is not necessary reading in the traditional sense, but for Marauders fans, it is the epitome of what you love about the series, so to you I say yes, it is quite necessary indeed.

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Marauders (2019) #21

Jun 2, 2021

Those last few pages top it all off with an amazing hook, and it all showcases why Marauders is the best X-Book around.

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Marauders (2019) #22

Jul 21, 2021

It's a solid issue of Marauders, and while not my favorite issue of the run, it still held my attention.

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Marauders (2019) #23

Aug 18, 2021

All in all another stellar win for my favorite X-book each and every month, and here's hoping the party never ends.

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Marauders (2019) #24

Sep 15, 2021

There's a bit of a space opera feel to Marvel's latest issue of Marauders, but that's far from a bad thing. Even the opening looks straight out of Star Wars, and having the Marauders a bit outside of their usual surroundings provides some delightful moments of comedy and intrigue, especially when Kate Pryde and Emma Frost are involved.

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Marauders (2019) #25

Oct 27, 2021

Phil Noto brings these sequences to life throughout the issue, and if you're an Iceman fan like me I think you'll be quite pleased. Marauders #25 isn't a must read, but those who join in on the fun will not regret it in the least.

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Marauders (2019) #26

Dec 1, 2021

One of the things I happen to adore about Marauders is how it lets stories and characters breathe, fleshing out the small details in characters' individual arcs while also creating compelling intrigue in Mutantkind and Krakoa's political dealings and relationships. Marauders #26 is a brilliant example of this, as while it doesn't move a larger narrative or story forward, it presents so many smaller yet no less delightful moments throughout that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts.

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Marauders (2019) #27

Jan 12, 2022

Marauders has been one of the best books in the X-Men line and frankly, Marvel's entire output since House of X and Powers of X shook up the status quo, and as a new era of Marauders is set to begin, Marauders #27 puts the satisfying finishing touches on the here and now with some tantalizing hints of what's in store.

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Marauders (2022) Annual #1

Jan 26, 2022

Steve Orlando is clearly having some fun with the ensemble, and if the many scenes between Kate and Bishop are any indication, he's already found the pulse and identified the tone of our favorite high seas adventurers.

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Marvel Action: Avengers #4

May 1, 2019

Matthew K. Manning packs in a delightful mix of humor and action and Jon Sommariva and Protobunker deliver some lovely visuals throughout, resulting in an issue that any fan, regardless of age, can pick up and enjoy.

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Marvel Action: Avengers #5

Jun 5, 2019

If you're looking for an Avengers book that can provide a bit of fun for longtime fans and provide the perfect jumping on point for new ones, this is your jam.

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Marvel Action: Avengers #6

Jul 24, 2019

There are some lovely bits of humor here and the ending shows potential, but you can't help but feel a bit underwhelmed.

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Marvel Action: Avengers #7

Aug 21, 2019

The visuals on the Black Panther side of things are solid though not as on point as previous issues, so all in all this is a solid book but doesn't do enough to hit that higher tier.

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Marvel Action: Avengers #8

Nov 6, 2019

This isn't the strongest issue of the series, but if the next issue can deliver on the promise established here, we're in for quite a treat.

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Marvel Action: Avengers #9

Jan 8, 2020

This was a solid arc, but overall doesn't reach what it could've been.

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Marvel Action: Black Panther #6

Nov 20, 2019

This isn't the most complex Black Panther adventure, but it's certainly an entertaining one.

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Marvel Action: Captain Marvel #1

Aug 21, 2019

This is the perfect book for a new Captain Marvel fan, but longtime fans will definitely have some fun and find themselves smiling as well.

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Marvel Action: Captain Marvel #2

Sep 18, 2019

Marvel Action: Captain Marvel is a genuinely fun adventure romp perfect for any age, and any Cap fan is going to love it.

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Marvel Comics (2019) #1001

Oct 2, 2019

This collection isn't as strong as Marvel Comics #1000, but it does have some entertaining stories if you're willing to overlook some sizable filler.

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Marvel's Voices: Comunidades #1

Dec 8, 2021

Overall I enjoyed Marvel's Voices: Comunidades quite a bit, and I think you just might too.

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Marvel's Voices: Identity (2022) #1

May 18, 2022

Marvel Voices: Identity #1 isn't perfect, but there are three stories contained within that deserve their spotlight and deserve their shine, and that's a win across the board.

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Marvels Snapshot (2020): Captain Marvel #1

Feb 24, 2021

Sometimes the message is still worthwhile despite somewhat clumsy execution, and that happens to the case for Captain Marvel: Marvels Snapshots.

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Meet The Skrulls #3

Apr 17, 2019

Marvel's Skrull family drama is simply fantastic, painting a vivid picture of loss, grief, and expectations.

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Meet The Skrulls #4

May 1, 2019

In short, this series has been a delight, and we can't wait to see how it ends.

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Meet The Skrulls #5

Jun 5, 2019

We're sad to see Meet the Skrulls go, but man, what a ride.

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Mighty Morphin (2020) #1

Nov 4, 2020

There are some absolutely stunning pages here, including the latest appearance of the new Green Ranger, and we're eager to see more of what Renna can do. If Parrott can do for Zordon for he's already done with Rita Repulsa and Alpha-1, we are in for something special.

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Mighty Morphin (2020) #2

Dec 9, 2020

The Green Ranger story doesn't move forward all that much, but Billy's reactions move it a bit in subtle ways, and the series as a whole is now on a much more interesting trajectory.

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Mighty Morphin (2020) #3

Jan 13, 2021

Mighty Morphin is starting to pay off the more compelling story seeds it teased at its launch, and the series is all the better for it.

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Mighty Morphin (2020) #4

Feb 10, 2021

The big reveal is finally here, as Power Rangers fans finally get the long-awaited reveal of the new Green Ranger.

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Mighty Morphin (2020) #5

Mar 10, 2021

Yessir, I am here all day for the Grace Sterling Green Ranger show thank you very much.

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Mighty Morphin (2020) #6

Apr 14, 2021

Man, who knew Eltar could be this cool? Writer Ryan Parrott knew evidently, and all of the small subplots and flashbacks are really starting to pay off, but not just in the obvious ways.

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Mighty Morphin (2020) #7

May 12, 2021

You've got to love a good curveball, and Mighty Morphin #7 certainly lives up to that title. Not only does it continue the momentum from last issue but it takes several threads in unexpected and exciting directions, including a major storyline involving the new Green Ranger.

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Mighty Morphin (2020) #8

Jun 9, 2021

The relationships between the Rangers and Zordon have never been more complex or strained, but that's what makes this story so rich and unexpected, and I cannot wait to see where we go from here.

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Mighty Morphin (2020) #9

Jul 14, 2021

Not going to lie, I never really saw Zedd as a character with much depth. I mean, the visual is what makes him so iconic, but when you scratch further than the surface, there hasn't been much there. That's slowly but surely changed over the course of Mighty Morphin, and that transformation continues in issue #9, including a riveting conversation between Zedd and Zelya that pretty much hooked me for issue #10 instantly.

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Mighty Morphin (2020) #10

Aug 11, 2021

Mighty Morphin #10 sets the table for some big things to come, and it did so with impact and style.

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Mighty Morphin (2020) #11

Sep 8, 2021

After last issue's massive reveal, there were plenty of questions that needed answering, and those looking for those answers in Mighty Morphin #11 will get one or two, but perhaps not as many as you were hoping for.

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Mighty Morphin (2020) #12

Oct 6, 2021

I'm still not in love with the art style of this current arc, and while it doesn't necessarily drag the book down, it also doesn't exactly lift it up either. Regardless, the war has officially begun, and Ranger fans are in for quite the adventure.

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Mighty Morphin (2020) #13

Nov 10, 2021

"The Eltarian War" is only beginning, but it's off to a stellar start.

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Mighty Morphin (2020) #14

Dec 8, 2021

The Power Rangers books have done a magnificent job of pulling back the layers of iconic characters and showing them to be all too human, and that's made the world and the greater mythology all that much richer.

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Mighty Morphin (2020) #15

Jan 12, 2022

Mighty Morphin #15 keeps "The Eltarian War"'s momentum for another action-packed issue, and this is shaping up to be one of the most thrilling events thus far in Power Rangers comics.

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Mighty Morphin (2020) #16

Feb 9, 2022

"The Eltarian War" has been one of my favorite Power Rangers events to date, and it more than stuck the landing.

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Mighty Morphin (2020) #17

Mar 9, 2022

Mighty Morphin #17 feels like a natural step forward in the book's evolution and expands the world in intriguing ways, and it would seem the future is quite bright indeed.

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Mighty Morphin (2020) #18

Apr 13, 2022

"The Charge to 100" kicks off in Mighty Morphin #18, and while there are plenty of familiar aspects to this series here, there are also some delightful departures and personal conflicts in play that make it feel distinctive from what has come before.

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Mighty Morphin (2020) #19

May 11, 2022

Mighty Morphin is starting to expand its characters and story in new and exciting ways, and issue #20 can't get here soon enough.

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Mighty Morphin (2020) #20

Jun 8, 2022

This issue feels like a genuine turning point for Rocky and a stellar launching point for new stories, and it would seem this new era of Mighty Morphin is really starting to come into its own.

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Mighty Morphin (2020) #21

Jul 6, 2022

As we get further away from the Eltarian War the prices paid in that conflict become more and more apparent, and the subtlety is welcome and appreciated.

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Mighty Morphin (2020) #22

Aug 3, 2022

Power Rangers fans are in for a treat, but if you're a Pink Ranger fan specifically, you are truly in for something special.

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Mighty Morphin Power Rangers / Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: II #1

Dec 28, 2022

It would be easy to fall short of expectations with a sequel, but Mighty Morphin Power Rangers/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II #1 instead builds off the foundation set in the original series and jumps straight into the delightful moments only achievable with this particular pairing, and by issue's end the foot is firmly planted on the gas pedal moving forward.

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Mighty Morphin Power Rangers / Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #1

Dec 4, 2019

Granted, it's only one issue so far, but this is exactly what any fan of the Power Rangers and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles could want in a crossover.

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Mighty Morphin Power Rangers / Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #2

Jan 8, 2020

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles hit the ground running with a phenomenal debut issue, and somehow they managed to catch lightning twice.

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Mighty Morphin Power Rangers / Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: II #2

Jan 25, 2023

Seriously, this comic book is just gorgeous, but like always it has the heart and thrills to back it all up.

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Mighty Morphin Power Rangers / Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: II #3

Feb 22, 2023

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles always seems to find a way to reinvent what this crossover and this team-up can be, and Mighty Morphin Power Rangers/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II #3 shakes things up again in a wonderfully zany way.

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Mighty Morphin Power Rangers / Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #3

Feb 5, 2020

If you're a fan of either franchise, you owe it to yourself to give this a chance! Promise, you won't be disappointed.

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Mighty Morphin Power Rangers / Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: II #4

Mar 29, 2023

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers/ Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II has been a pure adrenaline rush of a series thus far, and issue #4 continues to speed along at record speed.

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Mighty Morphin Power Rangers / Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #4

Mar 18, 2020

Whether you're a fan of one franchise or both, you're going to love this ride, trust me.

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Mighty Morphin Power Rangers / Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #5

Jun 17, 2020

This has turned out to be one of the most entertaining crossovers in comics and has set a new high bar for what crossovers can be.

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Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers (2016) #38

Apr 24, 2019

. One of the most original Power Rangers stories in years just continues to get better.

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Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers (2016) #39

May 29, 2019

"Power Rangers Beyond The Grid" has been nothing but ambitious, and it delivers a truly satisfying conclusion.

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Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers (2016) #40

Jun 26, 2019

"Necessary Evil" blends classic concepts with bold new ideas, and it's safe to say the post-"Shattered Grid" era is off to one fantastic start.

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Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers (2016) #41

Jul 24, 2019

"Necessary Evil" got off to a great start, and the future's only looking brighter.

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Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers (2016) #42

Aug 28, 2019

If you've been sleeping on Power Rangers, trust us, it's time to get on board!

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Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers (2016) #43

Sep 25, 2019

Past issues have featured one side of the story holding up the other, but here both sides are holding their own, and it's a truly wonderful thing.

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Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers (2016) #44

Oct 30, 2019

The Omega Rangers really get a chance to unleash in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #44, and artist Daniele Di Nicuolo and colorist Walter Baiamonte take advantage of it.

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Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers (2016) #45

Nov 27, 2019

Last issue teased one hell of a battle, and Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #45 delivered on that promise in spades.

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Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers (2016) #46

Dec 18, 2019

This book is everything you love about Power Rangers distilled into one fantastic issue, and the next adventure cannot get here soon enough.

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Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers (2016) #47

Jan 22, 2020

This Omega Mighty Morphin dynamic is quite the combination, and is something any Power Rangers fan will love in spades.

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Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers (2016) #48

Feb 26, 2020

This issue and this series has everything a Power Rangers fan could want, with heart and action in equal measure, and things should only get better form here.

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Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers (2016) #49

Mar 25, 2020

Things are building at a fever pace, and the anticipated conclusion can't get here soon enough.

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Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers (2016) #50

Jun 24, 2020

Power Rangers is best when it leads with heart and backs it up with stylish action, and luckily "Necessary Evil" has both in spades.

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Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers (2016) #51

Jul 16, 2020

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers might be ending soon, but it is determined to go out in a blaze of glory, and that blaze kicks off in style in Power Rangers #51.

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Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers (2016) #52

Jul 29, 2020

I don't know what to think yet of the new opponent, and some of the visuals don't meet the high bar of the battles later in the issue, but those nitpicks aren't enough to take away from the book's combination of epic action and relatable characters, and it seems the series is going out on a high note.

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Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers (2016) #53

Aug 26, 2020

Getting to see these villain faves hold their own was a delight, and there's more than enough here to warrant an addition to your pull list.

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Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers (2016) #54

Oct 2, 2020

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers nears its big conclusion in issue #54, and while it contains all of the Zord battles and stylish action you've come to expect from Power Rangers, this doesn't feel like your typical Ranger story.

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Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers (2016) #55

Oct 21, 2020

It has been a long and rewarding journey up to this point, but before the new era of Mighty Morphin and Power Rangers begins, it's time to end the current Mighty Morphin Power Rangers series, and thankfully the creative team more than delivers.

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Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers (2016) #1

Jul 22, 2020

This is everything a Ranger Slayer fan could want in a solo adventure, and the only disappointing part about it is that it had to end.

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Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers (2022) #100

Sep 28, 2022

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #100 is absolutely everything you hoped it would be, and the perfect way to turn the page as we head into a new era.

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Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers (2022) #101

Oct 26, 2022

The relationships among the Rangers have always been the book's central core, and thankfully that is still the case here too. Power Rangers seems to be in great hands.

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Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers (2022) #102

Nov 23, 2022

This new era of Power Rangers hit the ground running and at this point shows no signs of slowing down in the least.

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Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers (2022) #103

Dec 21, 2022

The Rangers find themselves in a whirlwind of change, and while returning foes and powerful new ones are certainly putting them on their heels, the most captivating battles are happening amongst themselves. That's where Mighty Morphin Power Rangers has always shined brightest, and writer Melissa Flores continues that tradition here, exploring the fractures that have started developing within the team but also within how the team views Zordon's overall approach.

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Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers (2022) #104

Jan 18, 2023

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers has done wonders for its villains within the pages of the comics, and few have benefited from that more than Rita Repulsa. That's why it might be easy to assume that there's not as much left to explore with the character, but Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #104 wastes no time in putting that theory to bed.

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Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers (2022) #105

Feb 15, 2023

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers has done a lovely job of balancing the book's two Ranger teams, but there's just something special that happens when they interact. Issue #105 takes this to heart and is all the better for it.

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Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers (2022) #106

Mar 22, 2023

The evolving relationship between Zordon and the Rangers is always one of the book's more fascinating points, and that continues to be the case here, made all the better by Grace and Zordon's more vulnerable conversations. Things are starting to heat up, and the series should only get better from here.

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Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers (2022) #107

Apr 19, 2023

Writer Melissa Flores has swiftly stacked the odds against them by pulling together several longer running threads and providing a few surprises along the way, and that's before we even get to that cliffhanger ending.

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Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers (2022) #108

May 17, 2023

While I'm happy to move forward with less Zordon-focused storytelling, the issue delivered and set the stage for even bigger moments down the line, and I enjoyed every minute.

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Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers (2022) #109

Jun 21, 2023

Artist Simona Di Gianfelice, colorists Raul Angulo and Jose Enrique Fernandez, and letterer Ed Dukeshire know how to craft a Ranger fight, but it's really the Lord Zedd vs. Mistress Vile showdown that steals the show.

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Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers (2022) #110

Jul 26, 2023

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #110 gets "Darkest Hour" off to a thrilling start, and Power Rangers fans better buckle up for quite the ride.

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Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers (2022) #111

Aug 23, 2023

"The Darkest Hour" is finally here in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #111, and it more than lives up to the foreboding title.

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Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers (2022) #112

Sep 27, 2023

"Darkest Hour" has already gotten off to a fantastic start, and I cannot wait to see what's around the next corner.

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Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers (2022) #113

Oct 25, 2023

"Darkest Hour" has lived up to its name through and through, and Power Rangers fans should absolutely take notice.

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Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers (2022) #114

Nov 22, 2023

"Darkest Hour" continues to live up to its namesake, though as always the Rangers are at their best when their backs are against the wall.

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Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers (2022) #115

Dec 27, 2023

While things don't seem to be getting any easier for the Rangers, "Darkest Hour" only seems to be getting better with every issue, and here's hoping the trend continues.

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Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers (2022) #116

Jan 24, 2024

"Darkest Hour" continues to live up to its name, but this feels like a major turning point, and I can't wait to see what happens next.

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Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers (2022) #117

Feb 28, 2024

Don't sleep on "Darkest Hour," because you will assuredly regret it.

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Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers (2022) #118

Mar 27, 2024

"Darkest Hour" has delivered across the board, and this sets the stage for the next major chapter in a truly satisfying way.

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Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers (2022) #119

Apr 24, 2024

"Darkest Hour" is hitting on all cylinders, and the series seems to be getting better with every issue.

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Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers (2022) #120

May 22, 2024

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #120 features a welcome return of concepts and characters for longtime fans, especially if you loved "Beyond the Grid" (which this writer very much did).

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Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers (2022): 30th Anniversary Special #1

Aug 30, 2023

Overall though, this is a stellar celebration worthy of the franchise, and every fan should not hesitate to give it a look.

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Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers: The Return (2024) #1

Feb 7, 2024

There are some twists throughout the issue that will get longtime fans talking, though just catching up with what the characters have been up to is engrossing all on its own.

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Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers: The Return (2024) #2

Mar 13, 2024

The Return certainly made an impression with its debut, but issue #2 truly showcases the series' potential, and sets up a host of intriguing threads that make it a book no Power Rangers fan should miss.

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Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers: The Return (2024) #3

Apr 10, 2024

Well, they got me on this one. Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Return #2 had a wealth of big surprises, but while issue #3 has fewer of them, the impact might be greater overall.

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Miles Morales: Spider-Man (2023) #15

Jan 10, 2024

Marvel's "Gang War" event has been an unexpected but incredibly pleasant surprise thus far, and while Miles Morales: Spider-Man #15 isn't as critical to that storyline as other tie-ins, it's still quite excellent on its own.

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Mirka Andolfo's Sweet Paprika #1

Jul 28, 2021

This series won't be for everyone, but I found myself hooked by issue's end and looking forward to what's next.

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Mirka Andolfo's Sweet Paprika #2

Sep 1, 2021

Paprika started to sink its claws into me with a promising second issue, and here's hoping the series just gets better from here.

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Mirka Andolfo's Sweet Paprika #3

Sep 22, 2021

I've been a little mixed on Sweet Paprika, but have to say I think the series is really starting to reel me in.

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Mirka Andolfo's Sweet Paprika #4

Oct 27, 2021

This series has continued to find its voice and become something altogether unique, and it just seems to be getting better.

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Mirka Andolfo's Sweet Paprika #5

Nov 24, 2021

Overall, Sweet Paprika #5 offers another stellar edition of the series and is an easy recommend.

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Mirka Andolfo's Sweet Paprika #6

Dec 29, 2021

Bean is a treasure and I will hear nothing to the contrary. Andolofo and Tessuto's artwork is fantastic throughout the issue, including the aforementioned meeting with Momma Paprika, and those last few pages will make the wait till February's next issue release all the more challenging.

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Mirka Andolfo's Sweet Paprika #7

Feb 2, 2022

Sweet Paprika seems to somehow get better each and every week, but hands down, Sweet Paprika #7 is my favorite issue of the series thus far.

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Mirka Andolfo's Sweet Paprika #8

Mar 9, 2022

You've got lovebirds, innocent hearts, villains, and adorable sidekicks all in the mix of a classic love story that is anything but traditional, and it's absolutely delightful.

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Mirka Andolfo's Sweet Paprika #9

May 4, 2022

Sweet Paprika #8 left fans of Paprika and Dill reeling, and issue #9 pours some salt on the fresh would, though in a way that should make the payoff fans have been waiting for that much more compelling.

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Mirka Andolfo's Sweet Paprika #10

Jun 8, 2022

Sweet Paprika continues to be such a breath of fresh air across the board, and a love triangle hasn't had me on the edge of my seat like this in quite some time.

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Mirka Andolfo's Sweet Paprika #11

Aug 3, 2022

Sweet Paprika continues to twist expectations and evolve its cast in ways both bold and subtle, and it's one of the books I look forward to most each and every month.

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Mirka Andolfo's Sweet Paprika #12

Sep 7, 2022

The love story between Paprika and Dill is not one that I expected, but it is absolutely one I'm glad to have read, and I honestly can't wait to read it all over again.

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Mirka Andolfo's Sweet Paprika: Black, White & Pink #1

Apr 5, 2023

Sweet Paprika: Black, White, & Pink is charming, endearing, hilarious, romantic, and off the wall in the best ways, and for fans of the original, this is a must buy.

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Moon Girl (2022): Avengers and Moon Girl #1

Aug 10, 2022

It isn't required reading mind you, but I thoroughly enjoyed my time with the first issue, and the promise of seeing Moon Girl and the X-Men team up is more than enough to keep me hooked for issue #2.

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Moon Knight (2021) #1

Jul 21, 2021

It's Jed MacKay and Allesandro Cappuccio's turn at the helm and, after reading Moon Knight #1, I can safely say that not only is the character in great hands, but this series has all of the ingredients necessary for an absolutely brilliant Moon Knight run.

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Moon Knight (2021) #2

Aug 18, 2021

Moon Knight's spectacular relaunch continues, and issue #3 can't get here soon enough.

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Moon Knight (2021) #3

Sep 22, 2021

When a creative team fully understands who a character and what makes them compelling in the first place, it is a truly magical thing, and I can't think of a better recent example than Moon Knight.

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Moon Knight (2021) #4

Oct 27, 2021

This issue would be dynamite for that one scene alone, but it delivers in every other area as well, and all in all this is shaping up to be a modern classic run.

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Moon Knight (2021) #5

Nov 17, 2021

Moon Knight hasn't missed, and this is no exception.

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Moon Knight (2021) #6

Dec 22, 2021

We even get a little hope by issue's end, so it's safe to say this issue delivered in pretty much every way.

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Moon Knight (2021) #7

Jan 19, 2022

Moon Knight #7 isn't the biggest step forward, but it still keeps the train moving and the intrigue piqued, so it's a win across the board.

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Moon Knight (2021) #8

Feb 9, 2022

Moon Knight has yet to miss a step since launch, and the stellar run continues.

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Moon Knight (2021) #9

Mar 2, 2022

It was a major blow to Moon Knight's operation when Zodiac destroyed the Midnight Mission, but it was also disappointing for fans who had quickly grown to love the concept. So, what does writer Jed MacKay do? He goes and delivers one of the most original and captivating new headquarters stories I've ever read, and it's perfectly in keeping with Moon Knight's surreal supernatural world.

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Moon Knight (2021) #10

Apr 6, 2022

This is shaping up to be a modern classic run on Moon Knight, and issue #10 shows no signs of altering that course.

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Moon Knight (2021) #11

May 25, 2022

Moon Knight is taking the character to new heights while respecting the history and mythos that so many creators have built over the years, and I couldn't recommend it more.

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Moon Knight (2021) #12

Jun 22, 2022

Moon Knight's truly never been better, and this is easily one of my favorite runs ever for the character.

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Moon Knight (2021) #13

Jul 13, 2022

Moon Knight brought its first-year run to a thrilling close with issue #12, and issue #13 halts the momentum just a bit to put some promising elements into place.

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Moon Knight (2021) #14

Aug 3, 2022

This has already been one of Moon Knight's all-time best runs, but it refuses to settle and instead continues to reach impressive new heights, and it seems to be only getting better from here.

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Moon Knight (2021) #15

Sep 7, 2022

Frankly, this issue is worth it just for that Reese and Marc scene alone, and as a whole, Moon Knight #15 is one not to be missed.

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Moon Knight (2021) #16

Oct 19, 2022

Dialogue is king in Moon Knight #16, which is saying something when a book looks this stunning.

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Moon Knight (2021) #17

Nov 9, 2022

It deserves recognition that Alessandro Cappuccio and Rachelle Rosenberg were absolutely born to work on a Moon Knight series, and Moon Knight #17 is a shining example of why.

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Moon Knight (2021) #18

Dec 28, 2022

Moon Knight #18 thankfully sticks the landing too, once again showcasing how Moon Knight so wonderfully fits Jed MacKay like a blood-soaked glove.