Patrick Hayes's Comic Reviews

Reviewer For: SciFiPulse Reviews: 2319
8.8Avg. Review Rating

9.6
Abe Sapien #1

Apr 4, 2013

Abe solo? Abe is gold!

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8.0
Abe Sapien #2

May 14, 2013

The story let me down, but everything else was tops!

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4.0
Abe Sapien #3

Jun 6, 2013

“You do have some dinosaurs in your dinosaur park?” is a famous quote I could paraphrase for this issue and the previous two: “You do have some Abe Sapien in your Abe Sapien comic?” Very, very disappointing.

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9.6
Abe Sapien #4

Jul 4, 2013

This is the Abe Sapien story I want. A deeper consideration of what's going on in the world, with only a taste of the true horror beyond our vision.

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9.6
Abe Sapien #5

Aug 25, 2013

Must reading for fans of the Mignolaverse or those who enjoy end of the world yarns. Not an upper of a story by any means, but an incredible experience if you venture to it.

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10
Action Comics (2011) #9

May 9, 2012

Haven't tried one of the new Superman titles? This is where you want in. It ties into nothing else, but what you already know, and tweaks it in the most wonderful of ways.

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10
Action Comics (2011) #23.1

Sep 15, 2013

This is the book all other Villains Take Over titles must equal. Exceptional in every way, making one wish this take over would last forever. Highest possible recommendation!

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5.0
Action Comics (2011): Futures End #1

Sep 8, 2014

I was really disappointed in this book. This makes me glad I'm not purchasing all the Superman titles on a regular basis. I'd avoid this.

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8.4
Action Comics (2016) #958

Jun 28, 2016

A few concerns with the visuals keep this from being a perfect book, but the story is great. I'll continue to follow this series if it stays like this. Two Clark Kents and two Supermans against Doomsday equals chaos.

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9.0
Action Comics (2016) #959

Jul 15, 2016

This is fun, but could the Doomsday story be over and thetrulyoriginal content begin? This battle's deja vu is not improving over the original story. I'm much more interested in the “new” Clark, Super Lex, and Lois and Jon. Enjoyable, but I'm ready to move on.

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9.6
Action Comics (2016) #960

Jul 27, 2016

This is quickly becoming one of my favorite comics. It lives up to the title: Action. Not only action, but characters as well. I really enjoyed this.

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9.6
Action Comics (2016) #961

Aug 13, 2016

Good action and emotion with solid visuals. This issue may be starting the reveal of the DC Universe's Rebirth. I'll absolutely be coming back in two weeks for more.

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8.4
Action Comics (2016) #977

Apr 16, 2017

Superman's Rebirth origin is interesting, albeit a familiar one. The visuals on this book are incredible. A good entry point for those to want to begin the Man of Steel's adventures.

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9.6
Action Comics (2016) #978

Apr 30, 2017

This summary of the Man of Steel's timeline is a good primer for old and new fans. It goes beyond the history lesson by introducing a new team of villains that will make Superman's life miserable soon.

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9.6
Action Comics (2016) #987

Sep 17, 2017

The guessing is over, Mr. Oz is revealed and Superman's life will never be the same. The story is great, though doesn't rate a + because it's only the first chapter in “The Oz Effect.” Future issues will see if this upgrade is warranted in the story. The visuals are exceptionally strong, making Superman a god and his struggles colossal. Recommended.

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5.0
Action Comics (2016) #988

Sep 30, 2017

A disappointing second installment that comes across as padded and visually inconsistent. This is not a way to impress old fans or create new ones. I'll continue to follow this story to see what truths are revealed about Oz and the Rebirth event, but this doesn't have me excited.

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9.6
Action Comics (2016) #989

Oct 14, 2017

A conversation, a confrontation, a meeting, and a seduction make this a highly enjoyable read. More questions than answers in this issue, but it's extremely entertaining. This Jor-El is quickly becoming one of Superman's most readable foes.

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9.6
Action Comics (2016) #990

Nov 8, 2017

This continues to make itself one of the best Rebirth stories of the DC Universe. The story is engaging and the visuals are out of this world. You want this!

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9.0
Action Comics (2016) #991

Nov 12, 2017

The conclusion will make or break one's love of this issue, though the visuals are top notch. I was mildly disappointed in the ending, much like the recent “The Button” stories in Batman and The Flash. Much is teased, but not much is really revealed. I loved the visuals, but wanting something more solid with the story.

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9.6
Action Comics (2016) #992

Nov 26, 2017

A fantastic follow up to “The Oz Effect” with Superman questioning his identity. Several supporting heroes help out, while Lois provides the never ending support he now needs. The visuals are incredibly realistic, making his quest very human. A perfect comic in every way.

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9.6
Action Comics (2016) #993

Dec 17, 2017

Superman continues to inch forward to discover who or what is responsible for the universe's Rebirth. This is incredibly fun and having Booster Gold become involved will only increase a reader's delight. The visuals are great, with some terrific scenes of the book's co-star. A winner in every way.

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9.0
Action Comics (2016) #994

Jan 6, 2018

Superman and Booster try to escape a past that never should have existed. The action is good, the drama heartbreaking, and the tease for next issue excellent. I wish that there had been only one artist and one inker for this issue, because there are pages that don't gel with the rest of the issue. That said, I need to have Booster Gold back in his monthly book after reading this!

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9.0
Action Comics (2016) #995

Jan 15, 2018

A good breather after the last two issues, focusing on some Booster Gold backstory. The action is good, the story is informative, and the visuals are outstanding. “Booster Shot” continues to be an engaging story of Superman's error in trying to see his past.

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9.6
Action Comics (2016) #1000

Apr 21, 2018

A must-own book for any comic book fan. It wonderfully celebrates the past, present, and future of the greatest superhero of all time. I initially gawked at the cover price, but, having read it, I didn't pay enough.

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9.6
Aether & Empire #1

Apr 17, 2016

Steampunk action in the skies that will please any who are willing to get aboard. This was a good introductory issue and has me looking forward to the next installment. All are to be congratulated for this book.

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9.6
Aether & Empire #2

May 22, 2016

This continues to be an excellent Steampunk adventure. The story is still in its early phases, setting up the characters and situations. There's not any action in this issue, but it's still an entertaining read.

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9.6
Alien Legion: Uncivil War #1

Jun 29, 2014

You haven't seen science fiction action until you've read Alien Legion. A fantastic, and long overdue, return to comics that should be read by everyone. Big thanks to all the creators and Titan Comics for bringing it back. Highest possible recommendation.

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9.6
Alien Legion: Uncivil War #3

Sep 10, 2014

Always putting the alien in alien warfare. Space has never been so exciting.

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10
Alien Legion: Uncivil War #4

Oct 12, 2014

Fantastic, epic adventure in space. There must be more soon. Highest possible recommendation.

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9.6
Alien vs. Predator: Fire and Stone #3

Dec 6, 2014

Evil is shown in many forms and all are amazing to watch.Recommended for fans of the filmsor those that like terror in space.

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9.6
Aliens/Vampirella #1

Sep 3, 2015

This cross-over brings all the best elements of both series into a nightmare where only one can survive " and it probably won't be the reader. Excellent story and art that will put a smile on your facewhen you're not hurriedly turning the pages. Recommended.

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9.6
Aliens/Vampirella #3

Nov 9, 2015

In space no one can hear a vampire scream or an alien hiss, but you can hear the fans cheer at this thrilling mash-up! Highly enjoyable.

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9.6
Aliens/Vampirella #4

Dec 6, 2015

The thrills don't let up as two sets of foes are frantically trying to catch our heroes. Why wasn't this confrontation done long ago?

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9.6
Aliens/Vampirella #5

Jan 1, 2016

Exciting, frightening, funny, and one hell of a page turner. Recommended.

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9.6
Aliens/Vampirella #6

Feb 16, 2016

An excellent conclusion for this excellent series. Great scares, great characters, and great visuals. You couldhear me in space screaming about how much fun this is.

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9.6
Aliens: Defiance #1

May 1, 2016

This is how to celebrate a 30th anniversary. This is beautifully frightening: a love letter to fans that will make their chests explode in joy. Recommended.

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10
Aliens: Defiance #2

May 28, 2016

Outstanding reading for fans of Aliens, science fiction, or horror. Succeeds on every level. Highest possible recommendation of the week!

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9.6
Aliens: Dust to Dust #1

May 13, 2018

A masterfully horrific tale of a boy on the wrong colony at the wrong time. Once it starts, the tension never lets up. Fans of the franchise will take note of telltale signs of future dangers, but even they can't expect every ghastly twist and turn in this tale of survival. The visuals are wonderfully cinematic, increasing the reader's heartbeat with each turn of the page. Recommended.

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9.6
Aliens: Fire and Stone #1

Sep 28, 2014

This is the way I want anAliens comic to be: frantic, exciting, scary, and well illustrated. I'm also looking forward to seeinga new set of obstacles confront the humans chased by the xenomorphs. I don't recall having charactersin this type ofenvironment and situation in other books, so Dark Horse isgoing into new territory and I'm ready for the ride.

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9.6
Aliens: Fire and Stone #2

Nov 8, 2014

A great addition to the Aliens series that is full of wonders and screams. Worth your attention.

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9.6
Aliens: Fire and Stone #3

Dec 13, 2014

I say this in the best possible way: this is one bizarre science fiction horror. Aliens was alreadya creepy enough franchise, but with the black goo and the alien-human combinations, it's truly gone where no man has gone before. I am revolted and intrigued, and I cannot wait to see how this ends.

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10
Aliens: Fire and Stone #4

Jan 3, 2015

A scientist stranded on a rural world populated by xenomorphs gets into a fascinatingexploration of their origin which slowly becomes a life or death situation. Outstanding and recommended.

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6.0
All New Executive Assistant Iris #1

Oct 20, 2013

I'm so impressed that Aspen is releasing so many titles' first issues for only a dollar. It's a great way to get people, like me, to try out their line of books. That said, I'm glad I tried this, but I'm not coming back. The story didn't do anything for me and the art wasn't consistent.

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9.6
All New Fathom #1

Aug 5, 2013

A sumptuous looking book with an interesting storyline beginning. I'll be back for more, to be sure!

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10
All-New Captain America #1

Nov 28, 2014

A must read for any fan of comics. Spectacular story and art that will turn anyone into a giddy twelve year old. This is the way Marvel comics should be. Highest possible recommendation.

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9.6
All-New Captain America #3

Jan 17, 2015

Solid super hero action with the hero being the purest and the villain being the evilest. One of Marvel's better books.

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9.6
All-New Soulfire #1

Nov 17, 2013

You don't need to sell your soul to get this first issue that's a steal for only $1! Once you buy this and read it, you'll be on fire, like I am, to get the next issue. Slick story and gorgeous art.

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9.0
Alters #5

Mar 24, 2017

The first arc wraps up quickly with Chalice truly belonging to a group. This is a typical super hero conclusion, but I enjoyed it and look forward to reading more adventures of Chalice and the other Alters.

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9.6
Alters #6

Aug 6, 2017

An accessible new story that has the hero growing and a possible new ally introduced. The visuals are beautiful and deserve attention, while the story looks to be addressing something avoided in American society.

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8.0
Alters #7

Oct 14, 2017

Everything about this issue is well done, but it's the calm before the storm that literally breaks out on the last two pages. Some good character moments that are leading up to the confrontation that closes this issue out.

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9.6
Alters #8

Dec 10, 2017

A reluctant alter is forced to choose a side for those who have abilities. Everything about this series is terrific, with characters that are real and visuals that are beautiful. This is a series to follow.

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9.6
Alters #9

Jan 14, 2018

Action, the strange, and a lot of heart make this a book you can't stop reading. The artwork stylishly creates reality and the bizarre existing side by side. I love the story. I love the visuals. I love this comic.

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9.0
Alters #10

Mar 21, 2018

A solid conclusion with a new Alter's painful transformation and Charlie making an important decision. I love this universe and hope that all the creators return to it soon enough.

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10
Amazing Spider-Man (2014) #1

May 9, 2014

I would have preferred just to get the Main story, rather than all these teases for other books I'm not going to buy, and the inclusion (though I liked it) of Inhuman #1. Wouldn't it have been better to have a first issue at a competitive $2.99 with DC, than adding a buck? My grade would have been higher if Marvel's focus had been better.

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8.0
Amory Wars, The: Good Apollo, I'm Burning Star IV #1

Apr 8, 2017

I was somewhat confused, jumping in with no previous knowledge, but enjoyed it enough to want to return. An epic saga that crosses worlds, inhabited by conflicted protagonists.

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9.6
Angel & Faith Season 10 #1

Apr 4, 2014

I'm so thankful that Dark Horse decided to continue this series. I love the previous “season” and fell in love with both characters all over again because of it. Gischler and Conrad make a fine addition to this team and I'll eagerly be awaiting each issue that comes out.

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10
Angel & Faith Season 10 #7

Oct 8, 2014

The spin-off isn't supposed to excel over the series that spawned it, but this certainly equals it. Highest possible recommendation.

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9.6
Angel & Faith Season 10 #8

Nov 28, 2014

One of the best books on the market, time and time again. Always recommended.

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10
Angel & Faith Season 10 #9

Dec 6, 2014

Perfection. Highly recommended.

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10
Angel & Faith Season 10 #11

Feb 8, 2015

I fall in love with these characters every time a new issue comes out, and this issue had me gushing. Highest possible recommendation.

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10
Angel & Faith Season 10 #13

May 10, 2015

Koh confronts hisfears and Illyria wakes up. Things couldn't be better.

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9.6
Angel & Faith Season 10 #16

Jul 2, 2015

Faith comes to the front, but she'd rather be in the back of the class during this caper. This is an excellent jumping in point for new readers and an enjoyable read for fervent fans, of which I consider myself a member.

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10
Angel & Faith Season 10 #18

Sep 8, 2015

Teenage vampires, an iconic villain, and plenty of action make this recommended reading.

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10
Angel & Faith Season 10 #19

Oct 14, 2015

I love Angel. I love Faith. I love everyone involved with making this book an absolute treat as it continues the adventures of two of thebest characters ever created.

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10
Angel & Faith Season 10 #20

Nov 9, 2015

Magic Town's future is at stake and someone looks to be the wild card. A sensational story with outstanding visuals make this a must read. Highest possible recommendation.

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10
Angel & Faith Season 10 #23

Feb 8, 2016

Magic has literally come to Magic Town and Angel and Faith are not around. Things are building to a head in “A Tale of Two Families” and the reader is rewarded for continuing to follow this saga. Always a joy to read and always highly recommended.

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10
Angel & Faith Season 10 #24

Mar 11, 2016

The characters and visuals never fail to raise pulses and incite tears of joy. I am constantly in awe with how good this series is. Recommended.

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10
Angel & Faith Season 10 #25

Apr 9, 2016

I'm standing and applauding everyone that contributed to this book. I got the characters, the action, and the visuals I wanted. This group made this series feel like home. Absolutely recommended.

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10
Angel & Faith Season 9 #6

Sep 9, 2014

Get. This. Now. Perfect entry point for new readers and a delight for long time fans.

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9.6
Angel & Faith Season 9 #7

Mar 1, 2012

There's any easy way to tell when you've got a goodcomic:The conversations are as entertaining as any fight. There are some fisticuffs, but the dialogue is just as good. Add some outstanding visuals, and you've got a winner, like this book.

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9.6
Angel & Faith Season 9 #8

Apr 10, 2012

This is the penultimate chapter in this story arc, so this is the final building issue. Next issue should be the payoff, and my expectations are high in resolving Faith and her poppa, and Drusilla's return!

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9.6
Angel & Faith Season 9 #9

Apr 29, 2012

This is a nice ending for this tale and it moves the underlying Giles story forward, logically.

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8.4
Angel & Faith Season 9 #10

May 31, 2012

A nice one-off story that introduces two new characters, and there are some solid laughs with them, but this is the calm before the next four issue plot.

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9.6
Angel & Faith Season 9 #12

Aug 20, 2012

This had to be a comic, because it would be too expensive to put on television. This issue is proof that comic books are the perfect medium to continue popular franchises. This is good stuff!

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9.6
Angel & Faith Season 9 #13

Aug 30, 2012

If you didn't know, this series has been nominated for a Harvey Award for Best New Series of the year. A deserved nomination. This is cool stuff!

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9.6
Angel & Faith Season 9 #14

Oct 2, 2012

Another great conclusion to another great storyline. This is a great series!

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7.0
Angel & Faith Season 9 #15

Nov 4, 2012

An okay issue, but one that could probably be skipped and it would have no effect on how one understands the overall plotline of the series. I guess no Faith equals no fun.

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9.6
Angel & Faith Season 9 #16

Dec 5, 2012

I'm loving this book. Our heroes have gotten too comfortable with each other, so something, or someone, has got to come around and put them into their doubting phase, again. That's where we're at, and it's gonna be good!

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9.6
Angel & Faith Season 9 #17

Dec 29, 2012

Consequences are looking to be worse than death. A great read!

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9.6
Angel & Faith Season 9 #18

Feb 4, 2013

Another good issue as the end for this series looms.

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10
Angel & Faith Season 9 #19

Mar 1, 2013

A quick review. Why? Nothing tops “Perfection.”

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9.6
Angel & Faith Season 9 #20

Apr 4, 2013

I love this book!

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10
Angel & Faith Season 9 #21

Apr 29, 2013

The title of this story is partly wrong. This IS what you want, and what you need. It's a blast!

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10
Angel & Faith Season 9 #22

Jun 6, 2013

This is a must read, must own comic! Brilliant! Highest possible recommendation!

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10
Angel & Faith Season 9 #23

Jul 3, 2013

Action and drama, with a bit of humor, make this a highly enjoyable, and highly recommended, book.

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10
Angel & Faith Season 9 #24

Aug 25, 2013

The penultimate issue from a consistently tremendous series. I'm already missing this book. Highest possible recommendation.

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9.6
Angel & Faith Season 9 #25

Sep 7, 2013

This series goes out excellently and I will buy any book by any of these creators. If they should reunite for a future series, nothing will stop me from buying it. This issue, like the ones before it, are gold. Everyone has created magic on this series. Highest possible recommendation.

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9.6
Angel Season 11 #1

Jan 24, 2017

Angel may have lost Faith, but he's gained Fred! This tale of ghosts has Angel and Fred going where no episode has gone before"but to find what? If the past is haunting Angel, there's no telling where this story can go, but I'm eager to see where. The story is intriguing and the art top notch. Recommended.

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9.6
Angel Season 11 #2

Feb 21, 2017

The past is frightening, surprising, and absolutely entertaining. This is must-read material for Angel fans. Those new to the characters will be equally surprised and shocked at what's revealed.

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9.6
Angel Season 11 #3

Mar 18, 2017

Lots of action and Illyria issues in this outing. Some potential allies may have been made, as well as changes for the future. Definitely worth checking out.

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8.4
Angel Season 11 #4

Apr 23, 2017

A fine conclusion that shines light onto one character's very distant past.

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10
Angel Season 11 #5

Jun 1, 2017

Angel's violent past is always a good source for stories and Bechko has crafted a terrific tale. Having Darla in the mix and the heroes trapped on a ship with the vampires creates wonderful tension. Silva's art captures the beauty of the time, as well as the more monstrous natures of the undead. This is a voyage worth taking. Recommended.

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9.6
Angel Season 11 #6

Jun 23, 2017

Crawling, biting, flying, exploding, slashing, and burning terrors make this Angel outstanding. Oh, yeah, there's also Darla and Angelus. Danger comes from every corner of this entertaining installment.

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9.6
Angel Season 11 #7

Aug 15, 2017

Fire, pirates, zombie crewmen, and an insect horde plague Angel and Fred on the high seas. Can they escape all these threats and the rising sun? Incredibly fun with visuals that capture the adventure and scares.

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9.6
Angel Season 11 #8

Aug 30, 2017

Zombie pirates, death dealing insects, and time travel paradoxes with Angel and Fred right in the middle of it. This makes being dead look easy. Absolutely recommended.

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9.6
Angel Season 11 #9

Oct 1, 2017

Problems with time travel are voiced, just as the leads end up at a key moment in the past. The characters think things out and don't just react, which puts them far above typical comic book fare. I love how it's the characters that drive the story. The visuals are great, with the characters emoting exceptionally well. Outstanding for long time fans or those new to the Buffyverse.

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9.6
Angel Season 11 #10

Nov 20, 2017

The hero considers changing the timeline, while another changes their relationship. Solid drama, terrific characters, good visuals, and a stunning conclusion in this installment. The concept of changing time is discussed well, but it's the ending that will leave fans screaming.

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8.0
Angel Season 11 #11

Nov 26, 2017

A fun story is undone by sketchy visuals and overly dark colors. I can only shake my head and wonder what happened with this issue. This series — this team — has done strong work in the past. What happened here? This is the penultimate issue, so my hopes are high that next issue will end with strong visuals.

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5.0
Angel Season 11 #12

Dec 21, 2017

A disappointing conclusion that could have gone for another issue to properly wrap up the story for the characters, while the art is extremely rough. Really, really rough. This series started strong and ended on a low note. The visuals are such a detriment to this finale.

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10
Animosity #1

Aug 7, 2016

The premise, the characters, and the action have me hooked. As you read this book you'll be thankful the Wake hasn't happened…yet. My local comic book store sold out of Animosity #1 the day it was released. Diamond sold out the same day. Seriously, you need to find this book; it's that good. Highest possible recommendation.

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10
Animosity #4

Dec 23, 2016

Making a protagonist have questionable motivations is an incredible way to put another spin on this excellent series. Woof!"This is good and very recommended!

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9.0
Animosity #5

Feb 18, 2017

An excellent entry point for new readers. Tensions continue to run high from threats within and outside the group. The visuals are wonderful throughout. This series is always a revelation in its characters and terrors.

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9.6
Animosity #7

May 20, 2017

The best issue yet, and all have been excellent. There's resolution to a conflict, the fate of several characters revealed, and one character's past continues to become more ominous. This book should be on everyone's reading list. "Feeding Time" is a delicious chapter.

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9.6
Animosity #8

Jul 13, 2017

A departure from the dangers of the new world, focusing on the animals' search for meaning in their lives. Sandor's secret is revealed and Jesse beautifully shares what it means to her. This comic continues to go where other books can't or won't. Outstanding.

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9.6
Animosity #9

Sep 3, 2017

A swarm of new problems comes the heroes' way, leading to a reveal that could further complicate their situation. An engaging story, populated with outstanding characters, complimented by perfect visuals. A good entry point to the series and recommended reading.

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9.6
Animosity #10

Oct 21, 2017

Tension is on every page as the search for a captured queen bee continues. Adding to the stress are several flashbacks to Jesse's mother. The visuals are aces, with close-ups and dark colors making every piece of text important. The conclusion will leave readers buzzing online until the next installment appears. A creepy read.

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9.6
Animosity #11

Dec 19, 2017

A must-read that creates wonders and thrills that will leave the reader buzzing in joy. Questions are posed, some are answered, and then things explode. A jewel of a comic.

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9.6
Animosity #12

Feb 4, 2018

This is the best book of the week and gets my highest possible recommendation. Mammals don't just have consciousness, bees do too and heaven help those that stand in their way. The story is riveting and the visuals outstanding. If you aren't reading Animosity, you're missing out on something wondrous.

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9.6
Animosity #13

Apr 8, 2018

The bees and the humans have their final showdown with devastating results. Young Jesse is caught in the middle, while Sandor does his best to protect her. These characters are engaging and ever changing, one moment getting one's sympathies and the next casting incredible doubt on their natures. The visuals bring the animal world to life in beautiful and terrifying ways. Animosity is a roller coaster of a read that can't be missed. Recommended.

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9.6
Animosity #14

May 28, 2018

Sandor looks for Jesse, unaware that's she arrived in the worst possible place. Intense reading with characters to root for and visuals to thrill and shock. It doesn't get better than this, folks! This issue serves as a good jumping in point for this series.

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8.0
Animosity: Evolution #1

Oct 22, 2017

A great story that needed better visuals. I'll continue to follow this because I love the characters and universe, but I'm dreading the artwork. If one is looking for a world turned upside down, this is for you.

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9.6
Animosity: Evolution #2

Nov 26, 2017

A fantastic entry level issue that shows four sisters' entrance into the new animal-human world. The story is outstanding and the visuals perfect. This is the best book of the week. Highest possible recommendation.

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9.6
Animosity: Evolution #3

Jan 6, 2018

This story is frightening, funny, and opens up so many more possibilities in this Woken world. The art and colors manipulate the reader's emotions as well as the story. And the letters give the perfect voice to characters of all sizes. Animosity: Evolution is a perfect comic, it's that simple. Recommended.

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9.6
Animosity: Evolution #4

Feb 23, 2018

What price is the progress of the new world? It upends communities, creates black markets, and makes the innocent jaded. Bennett makes this an absolute page turner and the visuals make the creatures personified without diminishing their natural appearances. Animosity: Evolution is a powerful and entertaining read.

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9.6
Animosity: Evolution #5

Apr 17, 2018

To final line: A villain is revealed who makes a bold attack on Wintermute's creations. This issue is full of plenty of surprises that will fascinate, disgust, and sadden. Animosity: Evolution is always a WOW read.

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9.0
Animosity: The Rise #1

Feb 5, 2017

A shocking story that will have readers being extra nice to every animal they meet. Excellent, creepy story with visuals that will make you jump. Recommended, if you can handle it.

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9.0
Animosity: The Rise #2

Jul 16, 2017

The new world order is beginning to stumble and one human has an opportunity for change. An absorbing story that shows it's difficult to lead and follow after The Wake. A reader can root for the animals and the humans, but it appears that soon they'll be fighting each other and among themselves.

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9.6
Animosity: The Rise #3

Sep 11, 2017

This series ends with a dramatic choice and a technological twist. The constant tension and startling visuals will sink its claws into you and never let go. Absolutely recommended.

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9.6
Apocalypse Al #2

Mar 7, 2014

This is a supernatural roller coaster ride that contains equal thrills and laughs. It's hard to be funny on the edge of the Apocalypse, butthis book shows easy it can be.

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10
Aquaman (2016) #1

Jul 5, 2016

I haven't followed an Aquaman comic since the 1986 limited series that had the radical costume redo. This book has definitely inspired me to follow this series. Great story and characters paired with spectacular artwork.

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9.6
Aquaman: Rebirth #1

Jun 26, 2016

I haven't read an Aquaman book in a few decades. This encourages me to continue to read his exploits. I'm in.

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9.6
Archie Vs Sharknado #1

Jul 22, 2015

If this is wrong, I don't want to feel right. Unbelievably fun with outstanding visuals. Ian Ziering, watch your back, 'cause Archie Andrews is in your wheelhouse.

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9.6
Archie vs. Predator #1

Apr 20, 2015

This is oh-so wrong, yet oh-so right. It has to be read to be believed. Delicious teen nostalgia mixed with modern day aliens. Seriously, check this out.

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10
Archie vs. Predator #2

May 22, 2015

The greatest mash-up that never should have happened! The only thing missing are the paper dolls. Fantastic!

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10
Archie vs. Predator #3

Jun 22, 2015

There's a new B.M.O.C. at Riverdale High and he's not letting anyone get in his way. Hilariously disturbing and entertaining. Absolutely recommended.

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8.4
Army of Darkness Vol. 3 #9

Jan 20, 2013

No deadites, only one monster, but a build up that got me interested, so now I have to see how this will play out.

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8.0
Army of Darkness Vol. 3 #10

Feb 11, 2013

The story outshines the art, but still a fun comic to read. I'm a sucker for Bruce Campbell, so if a writer can capture his sarcasm I'm easily won over.

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6.0
Army of Darkness Vol. 3 #11

Mar 1, 2013

Okay, this was setting up a larger story, but by itself I was disappointed.

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4.0
Army of Darkness Vol. 3 #12

Apr 12, 2013

Fun story, terrible art. If I can't look at it, why would I read it, let alone buy it?

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10
Army Of Darkness Vs. Hack/Slash #1

Jul 25, 2013

When two characters team up for a miniseries one always wonders if it'll be any good. After reading this book, I know it's not good–it's awesome! Gore, guffaws and epic action is to be found in this tale from Seeley, Leister, Badilla, and Dillon. You have no soul for a deadite to swallow if you don't buy this book and love it! Highest possible recommendation.

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10
Army Of Darkness Vs. Hack/Slash #2

Sep 15, 2013

The dark gods continue to smile on those craving Ashor Hack. Humor, gross ghouls, and unequaled action! Highly recommended!

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10
Army Of Darkness Vs. Hack/Slash #4

Dec 28, 2013

Groovy, baby! Highest possible recommendation!

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10
Army Of Darkness Vs. Hack/Slash #5

Jan 29, 2014

Definitely not for children. Definitely for the deviants who enjoy action, laughs, and the undead. Highest possible recommendation.

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10
Army Of Darkness Vs. Hack/Slash #6

Mar 9, 2014

Without question, this is the greatest horror team-up of all time. Will appeal to Ash, Hack, and horror fans, plus anyone that wants a fantastic adventure. Not to be missed for any reason. Highest possible recommendation.

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9.6
Army of Darkness/Xena: Warrior Princess #3

Dec 16, 2016

All "The power"the passion"the danger" one could want, plus an idiot with a chainsaw for a hand. How could this not be successful?

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1.6
Ash and the Army of Darkness #1

Nov 22, 2013

If I could go back in time, I'd do everything in my power to forget I ever looked at this book. A wonderfully running series has been rebirthed as a visual travesty. Just avoid this book!

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1.6
Ash and the Army of Darkness #2

Dec 29, 2013

No specific editor is stated on this book's inside front cover and I can understand why. This is the worst Dynamite comic I have ever read and I'm amazed it ever got published. It's destroying my love for this character and the movie. Avoid this at all costs.

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0.8
Ash and the Army of Darkness #4

Feb 20, 2014

I cannot recommend this book to anyone with illustrations like this. Thankfully, this story concludes next month.

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9.6
Ash and the Army of Darkness #6

May 9, 2014

This is the Army of Darkness comics fans want and Tenorio's addition has made it a reality.

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9.6
Ash and the Army of Darkness #7

May 21, 2014

Two issues into this saga, and I'm completely engrossed. Horror, comedy, thrills, Ash, and deadites combine to make this a fantastically entertaining series.

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9.6
Ash and the Army of Darkness #8

Jun 14, 2014

An excellent closer to this series that all fans of Army of Darkness will want to purchase because of the event on Page 20. Funny, scary, and romantic–This book has it all!

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6.0
Ash and the Army of Darkness Annual #2014

Apr 8, 2014

I'd skip this Ash adventure.

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7.0
Atomic Robo Presents: Real Science Adventures #8

May 30, 2013

When I read a new comic I want to have a fun story with good art. This book is retro-fun! I'll be coming back for more.

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7.0
Atomic Robo Presents: Real Science Adventures #9

Aug 18, 2013

I had to work to get my fun out of this book in the first story. My eyes are bad enough, I don't want to strain my vision to see a comic book. The second story was much easier to see, and was much more enjoyable.

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6.0
Atomic Robo Presents: Real Science Adventures #10

Sep 7, 2013

The stories are fantastic, but the art and especially the coloring are hindering this book from breaking out from the indies racks. The second story fan outshines the first. A back-up story should never do that.

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6.0
Atomic Robo Presents: Real Science Adventures #11

Nov 6, 2013

I want desperately to love this book, but it's too dark! C'mon, Red 5 Coimcs! Come into the light!

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7.0
Atomic Robo Presents: Real Science Adventures #12

Dec 23, 2013

I loved the story of Tesla and his band, but the colors continually hampered my enjoyment. The back ups are fun, but really short.

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10
Atomic Robo: Savage Sword of Dr. Dinosaur #2

Aug 18, 2013

Red 5 Comics' mission statement is “Comics that are fun.” This book isn't just fun–It's gorgeous, hilarious, somewhat scientific, and something that will make you smile. Who needs angst when fun like this can be had? Highly recommended!

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10
Atomic Robo: Savage Sword of Dr. Dinosaur #5

Jan 28, 2014

The greatest scientific-robotic-dinosaur-hidden-world-military-adventure story you will ever read! You are missing out on a fantastic experience if you let this get by you. Not to be missed for any reason. Highest possible recommendation.

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9.6
Atomic Robo: The Knights of the Golden Circle #1

Jun 29, 2014

A terrific mixing of genres for long time fans or first time readers. If you pick this book up you won't be able to put it down. A perfect jumping in place.

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9.0
Atomic Robo: The Knights of the Golden Circle #5

Nov 28, 2014

This was a fun conclusion to a fun series. Adventure in the old West goes into steampunk overdrive with Atomic Robo involved. Another fun outing from Red 5 Comics.

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10
Avengers (2012) #25

May 5, 2012

The clouds parted, the sun arose, the birds sang, and on the seventh day this comic appeared for us all to enjoy! Yeah, I liked it.

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8.0
Avengers (2016) #675

Jan 15, 2018

The story throws the reader into the story will no build, which was exciting, but also causes confusion with the bloated cast. Thankfully, the cast shrinks considerably, allowing an easier time for readers in future installments. The visuals are the highpoint of this issue, which dazzle in every panel. I've not read an Avengers comic in decades, so I'm looking at this story as my re-entry to the series. There are many promises begun in this issue that I hope to see delivered.

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9.0
Avengers (2016) #676

Jan 22, 2018

The story is moving at a deliberate pace, but the visuals remain staggeringly lush. I'm going to continue to follow, but I'd like to see more of the story revealed and some interaction between the heroes and the villains. Voyager is a very interesting character.

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9.6
Avengers (2016) #677

Jan 27, 2018

This book justifies the use of the word “epic”. Wow! With characterization this good, action this excellent, and visuals this good one cannot help but squeal in joy knowing there's another issue out next week. This is outstanding fun.

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9.6
Avengers (2016) #678

Feb 3, 2018

You want heroes? You want awesome action? You want incredible antagonists? You want fast action? You want visuals to die for? You want Avengers No Surrender! This is reigniting my love of Marvel's characters and is spurring me to check out other titles. This is a gateway comic, to be sure.

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9.0
Avengers (2016) #679

Feb 10, 2018

The origin of the Challenger is necessary, but more Avenger moments would have been appreciated. The visuals look great, even with a change of artists. This series continues to impress.

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9.6
Avengers (2016) #680

Feb 18, 2018

The focus returns to the heroes with Rogue on the offense. The story gives every character a moment and the visuals continue to give this tale an epic look. This is what a team book should be like in comics.

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9.6
Avengers (2016) #681

Mar 3, 2018

This story is officially in full swing, with the heroes learning why the battles are occurring, while they're battling the many antagonists. This story and its visuals are as strong as the classic Marvel tales of my youth. What a gift to Marvel fans, old and new.

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9.6
Avengers (2016) #682

Mar 21, 2018

Love the focus on Red Wolf and Hawkeye, while an iconic character finally rises. The story continues to move smoothly, the action is high, the characterization is well done, and the visuals are exciting. This what Marvel Comics are famous for. If you haven't read a Marvel series in a while, this is where your rejoin the fold.

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8.0
Avengers (2016) #683

Mar 23, 2018

A final attempt is made to save Jarvis and a revelation shocks the heroes. The story continues in fine format, but the artist and coloring changes stumble occasionally. This is very readable, just not at the same caliber as previous issues.

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9.0
Avengers (2016) #684

Mar 24, 2018

The Incredible Hulk is back and everyone better get out of his way! The opening ten pages create much sympathy for Banner, but the visuals are lackluster. Much better are the final two-thirds of the book where the Hulk is set on a task and the Avengers are in his way. The story is good and the art is excellent. A mixed bag, but one worth checking out.

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9.6
Avengers (2016) #685

Apr 2, 2018

A Hulk-smashing successful issue, with several strong surprises. There are several memorable moments as it's Avengers versus the Green Goliath. One moment is a shocker. Great character moments, outstanding fights, and good art make this a winner from the House of Ideas.

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7.0
Avengers (2016) #686

Apr 15, 2018

Some solid moments, but all elements of the visuals mar the story. I'm still enjoying No Surrender, but better visuals would have had me reveling in the issue like the previous installment. Still, I'm on board to see how this plays out.

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8.0
Avengers (2016) #687

Apr 21, 2018

In a collection this might be more entertaining, but looked at on its own, this issue of exposition reveals information that the reader already knows. Unless something is teased that becomes a major plot point in later issues, this could be skipped and not much missed.

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8.0
Avengers (2016) #688

Apr 28, 2018

Things begin to wind up as the story winds down. One Avenger is on a quest, another makes a life changing decision, and the final page gives the fans what they want. The visuals are off occasionally, but work for the most part. A transition issue that introduces the last threat of this saga.

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9.6
Avengers (2016) #689

Apr 28, 2018

Perfect payoff. This is how to end an epic! The heroes are brave and smart, the villains tremendous. The story gives you all you could want and more. And the art is to die for. This works brilliantly. And there's a coda in the next issue? Wow.

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8.0
Avengers (2016) #690

Apr 28, 2018

Nice, but nothing memorable as the messes are cleaned up. Characters go their separate ways until called again and villainy takes a breather before causing more havoc. Was this necessary. No. Was it readable. Yes. But the last issue was the place to stop this story.

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9.6
Avengers (2018) #2

May 20, 2018

The first strike is made against the Final Host of Celestials, while two former friends battle. Very enjoyable read with the story split in two locations. No Black Panther or Doctor Strange sadly in this installment, so I'm hoping for more of them in two weeks. The visuals are good, going from big to epic equally. This is perfect Marvel reading for all ages.

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9.6
Avengers Academy #29

May 9, 2012

I'm suffering, of late, from a major Marvel overdose due to all of these crossovers, but I really enjoyed this book. It had a welcome sense of humor I haven't encountered in any of the other crossovers so far, fresh faces I don't know, and an outstanding sense of pacing introducing the characters that didn't seem forced. This is a Marvel book I would consider following monthly.

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9.6
Avengers Vs. X-Men #1

Apr 5, 2012

Is this worth your money? It's 36 pages on glossy paper that explodes in colors and characters. And the story, though it's only the first issue, is setting things up nicely. I'd gladly pay this much for a book with this many pages with this story and art. Will I continue to buy this series? Well…Okay, Marvel, I was in only for the Walt Simonson Avengers issues. This got me interested enough to see what else is going to happen: I'm going to buy all the cross-over issues as well. Well played, Marvel. Well played. You've got me buying your books again.

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9.6
Avengers Vs. X-Men #2

May 5, 2012

This is fun, exciting and more than worth your time.

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9.6
Avengers Vs. X-Men #3

May 9, 2012

The story is moving forward, though there's no group fighting this issue. This is a transitional chapter, but it's still worth reading.

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10
AVX: VS #1

Apr 27, 2012

Without question, this is the best spin-off from AVX. Buy it, read it, love it.

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9.0
B.P.R.D.: 1948 #1

Nov 4, 2012

This is only the beginning, so the story's pieces are being set up. They'll start to form the whole next issue, andI can't wait!

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9.6
B.P.R.D.: 1948 #2

Dec 5, 2012

Great stuff! Monsters, soldiers, science, the supernatural, and Hellboy in one book? Perfection!

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8.0
B.P.R.D.: 1948 #3

Dec 29, 2012

This is the middle issue of this series so I can expect a pause of some kind before the storm, and I'm hoping to see that next issue.

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9.6
B.P.R.D.: 1948 #4

Jan 20, 2013

Anna's going to die, I'm predicting. Anders, too. He's seen too much and she doesn't believe. Both are reasons for their deaths. We'll find out next issue!

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8.0
B.P.R.D.: 1948 #5

Feb 21, 2013

Now that it's over, you can see that the elements were there for a classic tale, but their delivery in the story was lacking.

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9.6
B.P.R.D.: Hell On Earth #100

Nov 4, 2012

Soldiers, monsters, Nazis, and crazy scientists. All that's missing is the kitchen sink! Action and thrills will have you eagerly waiting for next issue!

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9.6
B.P.R.D.: Hell On Earth #101

Dec 5, 2012

It's really here. It's Hell on Earth. This is the end. What can possibly happen next? I can't imagine, and I can't wait to see!

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9.6
B.P.R.D.: Hell On Earth #102

Dec 29, 2012

Wow. Is there any hope at all? How much worse can this get? And why do I think that Mike Mignola would chuckle at that question?

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9.6
B.P.R.D.: Hell On Earth #103

Jan 20, 2013

Picking up objects in the Mignolaverse can cause horrific problems. Thankfully, picking up this book will only elicit thrills.

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10
B.P.R.D.: Hell On Earth #104

Feb 21, 2013

This would make Robert E. Howard proud. Highest possible recommedation.

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8.0
B.P.R.D.: Hell On Earth #105

Mar 23, 2013

Great story with average art.

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10
B.P.R.D.: Hell On Earth #106

Apr 28, 2013

Hell is so good! Plus, they print excellent letters, such as the one to the right of the Wendigo's elbow.

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9.0
B.P.R.D.: Hell On Earth #107

May 29, 2013

A heavy horror story that doesn't deserve the moniker "comic".

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9.0
B.P.R.D.: Hell On Earth #108

Jun 26, 2013

Terrific visuals with an okay story.

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10
B.P.R.D.: Hell On Earth #109

Jul 25, 2013

This is a superior chapter in the saga of the B.P.R.D. This is what you get friends to make them a fan of the series or of comics in general.

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8.0
B.P.R.D.: Hell On Earth #110

Aug 26, 2013

I'm entertained but concerned about the focus.

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8.0
B.P.R.D.: Hell On Earth #111

Oct 20, 2013

I couldn't tell you where we're going, but I'm enjoying the sights.

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9.0
B.P.R.D.: Hell On Earth #112

Nov 4, 2013

Big improvement over last month. The last page promises major changes!

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10
B.P.R.D.: Hell On Earth #114

Dec 23, 2013

I don't know how this will resonate with first time readers, but for those who've been following Liz's journey for a few years, Christmas came a week early. Highest possible recommendation.

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9.6
B.P.R.D.: Hell On Earth #115

Jan 19, 2014

This is great! Finally, the team is a team and they're going into action in a major setting. Allie's right, we've had the build up and now we're in. If you've never read a B.P.R.D. story before you could jump in here and be fine"or at least until some beast jumps out!

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10
B.P.R.D.: Hell On Earth #116

Feb 23, 2014

Absolute must-read reading. Scary, exciting, and riveting storytelling. Highest possible recommendation.

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10
B.P.R.D.: Hell On Earth #117

Mar 24, 2014

This is shaping up to the be the most important Mignolaverse story in years. The world is at stake, so why wouldn't it be? You could try looking for a better book, but, to quote a character in this issue, "You won't." Highest possible recommendation.

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9.6
B.P.R.D.: Hell On Earth #119

May 25, 2014

Wow. This was "Hell On Earth." How do you top this? And where does the B.P.R.D. go from here? I poured over each page for every detail and will see this series through until the bitter end, and it's getting very bitter.

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9.6
B.P.R.D.: Hell On Earth #121

Jul 19, 2014

Thankfully, horror doesn't have to involve the fate of the world. Sometimes it can come from the littlest thing. This, however, is a big thrill.

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10
B.P.R.D.: Hell On Earth #122

Sep 10, 2014

I love this. It feeds my need for adventure and horror in one book. The only way this could be better was if it was weekly.

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9.6
B.P.R.D.: Hell On Earth #123

Oct 8, 2014

This closes out a two part story, but this could have gone on much longer and been just as good. Monsters battle on a ruined Japan and readers get to watch it play out in perfect style. A fun read.

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9.6
B.P.R.D.: Hell On Earth #124

Oct 19, 2014

If you're curious about the B.P.R.D., this is the issue to try. It contains every bit ofbizarre horror the world is encountering, while showing how normal people have tocope. An excellent read.

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9.6
B.P.R.D.: Hell On Earth #125

Nov 27, 2014

Anexcellent pause before the next storm.

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9.6
B.P.R.D.: Hell On Earth #126

Dec 24, 2014

Are things improving, stabilizing, or getting worse? It's hard to tell when it's all going to hell. However, it sure is fun to read.

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10
B.P.R.D.: Hell On Earth #131

Jun 6, 2015

This is a disturbing issue because it questions amajor character's motives.Honest moral horrors are always the most frightening. I'm leaving this issue with theworst possible question: Now what? Highest possible recommendation.

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9.0
B.P.R.D.: Hell On Earth #133

Jul 17, 2015

Those familiar with Sledgehammer will want things to speed up, but all other readers will find this just fine.

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10
B.P.R.D.: Hell On Earth #135

Sep 19, 2015

The end has really begun and you'll be unable to look away. Highest possible recommendation.

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10
B.P.R.D.: Hell On Earth #136

Nov 21, 2015

Against the unexplainable, humanity fights to survive. It's impossible not to be drawn into this nightmarish confrontation. Recommended.

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10
B.P.R.D.: Hell On Earth #137

Nov 23, 2015

Every page brings the reader hope and hell. An incredible story with amazing artwork that shows humanity trying to survive the end of civilization. Recommended.

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9.6
B.P.R.D.: Hell On Earth #140

Apr 23, 2016

"The Exorcist" shows Strode continuing to fight the good fight, but is she prepared for Yamsay? A wonderfully spooky read that hints at horrors to come. Always recommended.

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9.6
B.P.R.D.: Hell On Earth #141

May 24, 2016

A good creepy ghost story that takes several surprising turns, with the biggest surprise left for the end. If you want scary without gore, this is the book to get.

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10
B.P.R.D.: Hell On Earth #142

Jun 29, 2016

A terrific conclusion to a three part tale that shows that modern horror in comics is led by the B.P.R.D. Recommended.

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10
B.P.R.D.: Hell On Earth: Exorcism #1

Jul 13, 2012

Another excellent edition to the body of work that forms the B.P.R.D.

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10
B.P.R.D.: Hell On Earth: Exorcism #2

Jul 27, 2012

Hell is growing, but now agents, such as Ashley Strode, are making gains, perhaps giving humanity a chance. Hell is so cool!

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9.6
B.P.R.D.: Hell on Earth: The Devil's Engine #1

May 18, 2012

Where is this going? What'sup at Zinco? I don'tknow and I can't wait to find out!

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10
B.P.R.D.: Hell on Earth: The Devil's Engine #2

Jun 27, 2012

I really want to know what these two stories have to do with each other, but I'm enjoying the ride…As long as it's not in a Klitscho Chicken truck.

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9.0
B.P.R.D.: Hell on Earth: The Devil's Engine #3

Jul 27, 2012

I liked the story, though a third of it belonged elsewhere. Excellent thrills as the Earth continues its downward spiral.

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9.6
B.P.R.D.: Hell on Earth: The Long Death #1

Feb 16, 2012

Creepy horrific fun. Nothing scares you so well!

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10
B.P.R.D.: Hell on Earth: The Long Death #2

Mar 23, 2012

As far as I'm concerned, the Hellboy Universe is the gold standard in modern horror comics. This book is 24K in story, style and thrills.

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9.6
B.P.R.D.: Hell on Earth: The Long Death #3

Apr 29, 2012

I knew this story would have to happen, eventually; but I do wish it hadn't. I've gotten attached to the characters of the B.P.R.D. and this one really hurt. I wish the death could have been longer. Then again, it is "Hell on Earth".

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10
B.P.R.D.: Hell on Earth: The Pickens County Horror #1

Apr 18, 2012

I can't believe this is only going to be two issues! It could go on forever, but I know it can't, 'cause the Earth is going to Hell. What a wonderous way to go!

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10
B.P.R.D.: Hell on Earth: The Pickens County Horror #2

Apr 29, 2012

Hell on Earth? It's quickly becoming Earth is Hell. Even the undead can feel its wrath. This book reinforces that it's not just solving a problem, it's surviving it.

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9.6
B.P.R.D.: Hell on Earth: The Return of the Master #1

Aug 31, 2012

This is a tale that appears to involve every member of the B.P.R.D. Never read an issue before? Here's your entry point! Read this book and you'll be second guessing your family pets.

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10
B.P.R.D.: Hell on Earth: The Return of the Master #2

Oct 2, 2012

This is not going to end well, and I can't wait to see how the world is lost or saved!

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9.6
B.P.R.D.: Hell On Earth: The Transformation of J.H. O'Donnell #1

May 31, 2012

The deliciously deviant fall of a man into insanity. There's nothing else to say but, “Ammem. Nogoth. Habbeth. Nem-Ett.”

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9.0
B.P.R.D.: The Devil You Know #1

Aug 14, 2017

The characters are beginning to converge for the fate of humanity after its greatest threat has been thwarted. This is not going to end well for several individuals. The story is gripping and the visuals create an unrelenting air of hopelessness. A compelling read for those that have been following the exploits of the B.P.R.D.

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9.6
B.P.R.D.: The Devil You Know #6

May 24, 2018

I'm happy Hellboy is back, but I'm worried what further hells he's going to endure. Every page keeps me anxiously turning pages, trying to prepare for the next horror, while the visuals have me unable to look away. A tense read, but one worth taking. Recommended.

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9.0
B.P.R.D.: Vampire #2

Apr 29, 2013

Things are building, but not going until the last seven pages.

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9.6
B.P.R.D.: Vampire #3

May 30, 2013

Wow! Now what?

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9.0
B.P.R.D.: Vampire #4

Jul 2, 2013

What's left? Seriously. I have no clue as to what can happen in the final issue. Things are pretty much wrapped up, but I'm seeing this through to the end!

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9.6
B.P.R.D.: Vampire #5

Aug 18, 2013

A good ending, assisted in no doubt, with the inclusion of Bruttenholm. Creepy, classic and cool conclusion.

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6.0
Babyteeth #1

Jun 10, 2017

This horrific tale is undercut by some disappointing visuals. I really wanted to like this, but the art was not for me. I'll go one more issue, but if it looks the same I'm out

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9.6
Backways #1

Dec 22, 2017

The roads less traveled are the paths that must be followed in this magical creeper of a series. A great premise explodes into a world of possibilities for Anna Merrick to find her friend Sylvia. The visuals are great, capturing the beauty and horrors of magic wonderfully. You'll be looking over your shoulder and watching each step once you enter Backways.

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9.6
Backways #2

Jan 28, 2018

The title location is explored and explained, with trouble coming from a giant sized youngster. A mesmerizing story with brilliant visuals make this a can't miss experience. Recommended!

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9.6
Baltimore: Empty Graves #1

Apr 12, 2016

Who will next be the recipient of an empty grave? There's only way to find out: pick up this book. Creepy, classic horror that festers under your skin long after you've finished. Recommended.

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10
Baltimore: Empty Graves #3

Jun 2, 2016

A frightening tale from 100 years ago that will have you keeping the lights on at night. Be afraid, because “Everybody has to die!” Absolutely recommended!

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10
Baltimore: Empty Graves #4

Jul 7, 2016

The penultimate issue of this series has plenty of horror and action to keep your heart beating for the conclusion. Highest possible recommendation.

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10
Baltimore: Empty Graves #5

Aug 8, 2016

Things go horribly wrong for the heroes and the saga has never been more enjoyable. A major character finally appears, while another falls. Some characters feel they've made the right decision, while another feels very differently. Just like life, only time will tell if the right decision was made. The right decision a reader could make is to pick this up. Absolutely recommended.

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9.6
Baltimore: The Cult Of The Red King #1

May 9, 2015

A perfect entry point for new readers as the embodiment of evil is being sought. Creepy and cool in a sensational time period. You'll quickly be turning pages to see what horror lies waiting. Recommended.

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9.6
Baltimore: The Cult Of The Red King #2

Jun 6, 2015

In the best tradition of classic horror, the scares are building to something big. After reading the last page, it's going to really bad for the heroes. Period piece thrills that won't fail to frighten. Scary fun.

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10
Baltimore: The Cult Of The Red King #3

Jul 6, 2015

The tension of this book can fill a room because each turn of the page could reveal some unknown horror capable of killing all. Forget pins and needles, I'm on daggers reading this book because of the tension. Recommended.

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10
Baltimore: The Cult Of The Red King #4

Aug 9, 2015

I've loved the previous issues and I love this one. A discovery has been made on one continent, while others on another are surrounded by possessed hordes. Supernatural perfection. One of my favorite titles whose ending I'm already mourning. Recommended.

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10
Baltimore: The Cult Of The Red King #5

Sep 6, 2015

If you rattle the cage, something will bite, and Baltimore has rattled the ultimate eviland it's doing much more than biting. A strong ending to a strong series. Why can't all horror be this good? Recommended.

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10
Baltimore: The Red Kingdom #1

Feb 7, 2017

If the terrors of this first issue are only precursors of what's to come, this is going to be an epic series. The Red King is taking more than his pound of flesh and only Baltimore and his allies can stop him. Perfect reading for fans of the supernatural. Once you start, you won't be able to stop. Highest possible recommendation.

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8.4
Baltimore: The Red Kingdom #2

Mar 5, 2017

I'm enjoying this, but I'm waiting for something"anything"to happen. This book's grade may improve when the series is completed, but on it's own it didn't really do much for me.

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9.6
Baltimore: The Red Kingdom #3

Apr 8, 2017

A big improvement from last issue. Action, plotting, and the fall of a holy place. This issue of Baltimore has got it all, and on the cover they've got Baltimore.

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9.6
Baltimore: The Red Kingdom #4

May 8, 2017

The end is near in this sensational penultimate issue. Action, scares, and the supernatural combine to make for a thrilling read. Recommended.

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9.6
Baltimore: The Red Kingdom #5

Jun 9, 2017

The final confrontation between Baltimore and the Red King is a must read book. This is how a saga should end. Recommended.

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9.6
Batgirl (2011) #36

Nov 27, 2014

This deservesall the hype it's gotten. This is a newBatgirl for the 21st century, yet she's the same strong Barbara fans grew up with. I'll follow this team on this book for as long as they're on it.

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10
Batgirl (2011) #37

Dec 23, 2014

This book just makes me feel good. It's contemporary, but has Batgirl as I remember her acting when I was young. There's no camp or dark Batman-like despair, but fun heroics as a young hero rights wrongs. It makes me feel good to read. Highest possible recommendation.

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10
Batgirl (2011) #40

Mar 22, 2015

You should see what everyone is talking about. Batgirl is incredible entertainment.

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10
Batgirl (2011) #41

Jun 24, 2015

Pure superhero perfection for every audience.

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7.0
Batgirl (2011) #42

Aug 1, 2015

An unsurprising story with average art and odd coloring makes this a disappointment. What a bummer.

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8.4
Batgirl (2011) #44

Sep 30, 2015

Extremely fun to read, balancing action with relationships. If only the coloring had been more consistent.

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9.6
Batgirl (2011) #46

Dec 19, 2015

An excellent issue and a good jumping in place for new readers. Come for the action, stay for the characters.

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10
Batgirl (2011) #48

Feb 8, 2016

Super heroics for readers of any age. A fun story with striking visuals. Recommended.

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9.0
Batgirl (2011) #50

Apr 9, 2016

This should be the model on how to do a fiftieth issue. A sensational story featuring all the famous and infamous faces that have made their way through this book, and visuals that are strong.

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8.0
Batgirl (2011) Annual #3

Aug 4, 2015

The Batwoman pages were so different from the rest of this book it lowered my grade. Everything else is tops, but those six pages are just glaringly in the wrong book.

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10
Batgirl (2011): Futures End #1

Sep 16, 2014

This impressed me. I want to read more of the New 52 Batgirl after reading this. All contributors are to be commended.

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9.0
Batgirl and the Birds of Prey: Rebirth #1

Jul 28, 2016

An interesting opening that has me wanting to see what's next with this trio. I like how the Huntress is meeting Batgirl and Canary for the first time. I just want the visuals to be a little better.

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8.0
Batman (2011) #37

Dec 24, 2014

This would have been much better had the final pages been deleted or placed in another book. One story is great, the other not so much.

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10
Batman (2016) #1

Jun 29, 2016

I own every issue of Batman from Issue #196 through #529. Nothing since then has swayed me to pick this series up again on a regular basis, until now. My god, this is Batman as he should be. This has made me fall in love with Batman all over again. More, please. Highest possible recommendation.

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9.6
Batman (2016) #5

Aug 18, 2016

I haven't felt this way reading a Batman story in years. The power, the drama, the definition of what Batman is, the visuals…They all are outstanding. DC, this Rebirth has been more than successful.

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5.0
Batman (2016) #22

May 6, 2017

A pointless story with strong art makes this one of Rebirth's most mixed issues. This installment could be skipped and nothing lost. Very, very disappointing.

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10
Batman (2016) #24

Jun 9, 2017

I stopped picking up this title after the first six issues of its Rebirth because the stories weren't grabbing me. The final page of this story was leaked online a few days before its issuance, yet I wanted to pick it up to see if it was any good. This exceeded all my expectations and has me now following this title for as long as this story line continues. This was fantastic. Highest possible recommendation of the week.

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9.0
Batman (2016) #25

Jun 22, 2017

A great start to the villains' war, but nothing more on the proposal that ended last issue. I enjoyed this, but felt somewhat cheated. I'll continue to read, though I'm more interested in Selina's response and its aftereffects than a flashback tale.

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9.0
Batman (2016) #26

Jul 8, 2017

A visual feast as the story continues to build to war. Enjoyable, but two back-to-back issues of story building has me expecting a major confrontation among the villains. My grade could change based on how this saga concludes.

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8.0
Batman (2016) #28

Aug 12, 2017

The visuals are stronger than the story, which finally has a bit of the war for the reader to see. I'm interested where this is going, but has me thinking of Ian Malcolm from Jurassic Park, “Now, eventually your do plan to have dinosaurs on your, on your dinosaur tour, right?” I'm still waiting for the war.

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8.0
Batman (2016) #29

Aug 30, 2017

Undeniably readable, but is this going anywhere? This continues to be the most peaceful war I've ever read in a comic book series.

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7.0
Batman (2016) #30

Sep 10, 2017

Readable, but not memorable. Definitely an interlude in the larger tale of war between Joker and Riddler. The visuals are fine, but the story leaves one shrugging their shoulders in the necessity of such a tale.

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9.6
Batman (2016) #37

Dec 23, 2017

A flawless issue that one gives to others to hook them into becoming comic book fans. A quiet tale where all four characters reveal things about themselves is riveting reading. The visuals are gorgeous in every possible way. This gets my vote for the best issue of Batman of the year. Highest possible recommendation.

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8.4
Batman and Robin (2011) #0

Sep 20, 2012

An interesting trip into what makes a, potential, hero/killer.

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10
Batman/The Shadow #1

May 4, 2017

Run, don't walk, to get this. A fantastic story where the World's Greatest Detective lives up to his nickname and the Shadow creates some extraordinary fear in the Dark Knight. The visuals are sumptuous and flawless. A masterful book in every possible way.

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10
Batman/The Shadow #2

May 27, 2017

Just as strong as the first issue, you need to run out and get this. It is wonderfully faithful to both heroes, with both in a race to find a killer. An intense story with stunning visuals. Absolutely recommended!

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9.6
Batman/The Shadow #3

Jun 30, 2017

This is well on its way to being the miniseries of the year. The teaming of Batman and the Shadow is perfect, with this story and the art epic. This is comic book gold.

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9.6
Batman/The Shadow #5

Aug 27, 2017

I'm feeling safe in saying, even with one issue to go, this is the best miniseries of 2017. The story is fantastic and the visuals incredible. Both heroes compliment each other, while the villains enhance the evil of the other. I will be purchasing this when it's collected, and if it's not released as a hardcover it would be a crime.

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9.6
Batman/The Shadow #6

Oct 1, 2017

A fantastic conclusion to a fantastic series. Each hero faces a choice that could radically change them, but would stop the villains forever. Superior story and art makes this one of the best team-ups in some time. Recommended.

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7.0
Batman: Rebirth #1

Jun 1, 2016

Entertaining, but not a “Wow” book. This is setting things in place for the monthly adventures, obviously, but if the visuals are this dark because of the colors I won't be purchasing them.

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4.0
Batman: The Dark Knight (2011) #23.1

Sep 15, 2013

A letdown in practically every way.

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9.6
Battlestar Galactica: Starbuck #1

Dec 28, 2013

I was very reticent in reviewing this book because of my indifference to Starbuck and Galactica in general. Boy, was I wrong! This is a great entry point for the uninitiated or those with vague memories of the show. I fell in love with the story and the art and eagerly await the next installment. If you're a fan of the series this can only be the best love letter you'll ever get.

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9.6
Battlestar Galactica: Starbuck #2

Jan 8, 2014

Highly enjoyable. You could start with this issue and follow it with no difficulty. No matter how many cubits you have in your account, you should pick this up!

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9.0
Battlestar Galactica: Starbuck #4

Feb 20, 2014

Valentine's Day was last week, but this is one from the heart from all involved, detailing the series' most popular character. This is my Battlestar Galactica and I'm so thankful it was done.

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9.0
Battlestar Galactica: The Death Of Apollo #2

Jan 19, 2015

This makes me want to watch the television series. It sparked so many memories and created some new ones. Worth the cubits it costs!

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9.0
Batwoman (2017) #1

Mar 18, 2017

An outstanding beginning that will have me returning for the next installment. The story sets the premise quickly and smoothly, while the visuals are top of the line. I hope this team remains on this series for a long time. Recommended.

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2.0
Before Watchmen: Comedian #1

Jun 29, 2012

I learned nothing about the origin of this character. I went on a trip that seemed to go against the previously shown nature of this character. I just did not like this.

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8.4
Before Watchmen: Minutemen #1

Jun 7, 2012

This is an enjoyable read, but the story doesn't knock your socks off, yet. It's setting the players up. Now I need to see what happens.

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9.6
Before Watchmen: Minutemen #2

Jul 13, 2012

I enjoyed it while I was reading it, but when I was done and thought about it, I hoped each issue wouldn't tear at my soul. I don't want to pay $16 more dollars for that experience. Is Cooke treating the reader like the Hooded Justice?

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10
Before Watchmen: Nite Owl #1

Jun 29, 2012

Outstanding!

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10
Before Watchmen: Nite Owl #2

Sep 12, 2012

Where is this going? I have to know! C'mon, JMS! Don't drag Nite Owl down!

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10
Before Watchmen: Ozymandias #1

Jul 7, 2012

Witness the rise and fall of a self-made hero. Outstanding.

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10
Before Watchmen: Ozymandias #2

Sep 12, 2012

I found Ozymandius the weakest link of all the original characters, but with this backstory my opinion is changing. Witness the birth and fall of a hero, all due to his ego.

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10
Before Watchmen: Rorschach #1

Sep 12, 2012

If you thought this character was intense in Watchmen, you ain't seen nothing yet! Powerful, moving and mature. This is must read comics!

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10
Before Watchmen: Silk Spectre #1

Jun 29, 2012

Outstanding prequel beginning. This is the type of book that you want to see continue the Watchmen mythology.

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10
Before Watchmen: Silk Spectre #2

Sep 12, 2012

This is my favorite Before Watchmen book. Action and innocence done believably. It doesn't have the taint of doom hanging over it that some of the other B.W. books have. And, again, I see Edgar nominations in this book's future. Highest possible recommendation!

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10
Before Watchmen: Silk Spectre #3

Sep 12, 2012

Only one issue left?! I'm really going to miss this series when it's done, because this is perfection!

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9.6
Belle: Beast Hunter #1

Jan 20, 2018

A new hero has arrived and she's fantastic! The story is brisk, filled with plenty of action, fun lines, and threads of future plots, and the visuals are detailed and exciting. This is how you launch a book. Yeah, Zenescope, you've got me hooked.

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9.6
Belle: Beast Hunter #2

Feb 23, 2018

The character is interesting, the monster killing is great, and the visuals are exceptional. What are you waiting for? Get this! One of the best books put out by Zenescope, it features a new character, so this is the perfect place to jump on. Highest possible recommendation.

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9.6
Belle: Beast Hunter #3

May 28, 2018

Some serious monster battling in this issue as Belle fights an underwater foe on her own turf. Fun story with plenty of action and wonderfully detailed art makes this a winner. Belle continues to be one of Zenescope's better new characters and titles.

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5.0
Betrothed #1

Mar 17, 2018

Romeo and Juliet gets some genre spin with visuals that occasionally stumble. I like the premise, but the visuals are too mixed to enjoy. I'll eyeball the next issue and if the art looks improved, I'll pick it up. If it looks the same, this will be my only issue.

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9.6
Big Trouble In Little China #1

Jun 5, 2014

If you loved the movie, here's the sequel you never got. Brace yourself, because the things that are whispered and dreamed about have returnedand they're looking for trouble. But with Jack Burton back in town, there's going to be big trouble in Little China, again.

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9.6
Big Trouble In Little China #2

Jul 6, 2014

This had some decent action, but the Jack dialogue is sending this book into the stratosphere.

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9.6
Big Trouble In Little China #4

Sep 7, 2014

The build up is over. All the cards are finally on the table. Time for it to get nuts.

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9.6
Birds Of Prey (2011) #0

Sep 25, 2012

A great offering and intro to this team! I'll have to check out other issues!

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6.0
Black Canary (2015) #1

Jun 22, 2015

I'll give this one more issue. I'm not feeling impressed by the story or visuals.

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6.0
Black Canary (2015) #2

Jul 19, 2015

A slight improvement in story, but a slide in visuals. I'll go one more, but if it doesn't click, I'm out.

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3.0
Black Eyed Kids #1

Apr 25, 2016

Things could completely turn around next issue, but looked at on its own this is shrug inducing reading.

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8.0
Blue Beetle (2011) #0

Sep 25, 2012

I liked everything but the Beetle. This doesn't encourage my returning.

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9.0
Brilliant Trash #1

Nov 18, 2017

I have no clue what's going on, but I want more. Reading this book is like falling down a rabbit hole where you try to make sense of something and when you're close to understanding something new confronts you and you have to start over. The visuals are great in every way, but I wish I knew what the heck was happening. That said, I'm solidly on board for the next issue.

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9.6
Brothers Dracul #1

May 25, 2018

An excellent beginning to a creepy story that seeks to explain Vlad's later infamy. The characters are interesting, the action cool, and the visuals fantastic. Thank you, AfterShock Comics for this series! Another feather in your cap!

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9.6
Brothers Dracul #2

Jun 19, 2018

The brothers battle the vampir and learn their fates. Good action and suspense, with even the quiet moments being powerful. The art captures the horrors of the monsters well and capture the discomfort of not being in control of one's future. An excellent read.

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2.0
Bubba Ho-Tep and the Cosmic Blood-Suckers #1

Jun 10, 2018

This had the perfect foundation to build upon and it fails in every possible way. The humor is flat, the art terrible, the colors hit and miss, and the lettering a disappointment. Save your money and buy a copy of Bubba Ho-Tep. You'll be much more satisfied. A major disappointment.

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10
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 10 #1

Mar 24, 2014

A new team continues the excellence begun in the previous “seasons.” Mandated reading for anyone who hungers to see their favorite shows continue after cancelation. Never read a Buffy book before? Here's your opportunity to jump in and hold on for the ride of your life! Highest possible recommendation.

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10
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 10 #2

May 3, 2014

Though it's their sophomore issue for this series, Gage, Isaacs, and Jackson are putting all that they've got into this book and readers get to reap the rewards. Highest possible recommendation.

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10
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 10 #3

May 25, 2014

A terrific entry point for new readers or newbies to Buffy and the Scoobies' exploits. Veteran readers will be laughing and gasping at what their favorite charactersdo and say. This is just plain fun.

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10
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 10 #4

Jun 20, 2014

This is such a faithful addition to the Buffy canon, it makes me weep. All "continuations" from long gone series should be this good. If you're not a Buffy fan, get on board, and join the drama and insanity. Highest possible recommendation.

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8.0
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 10 #6

Aug 25, 2014

Everything is good, but the art, which is important in a comic book. Buffy fans will enjoy this, but I don't see how new fans would rejoice.

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10
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 10 #7

Sep 27, 2014

The best continuationof a television series continues toimpress. Withissues thisgood, who needs theSlayer all thetime?

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9.6
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 10 #8

Nov 1, 2014

The perfect starting point for new readers and the a fantastic continuation of the misadventures of the Scooby Gang for long time fans. Fun, frightening, and Corben!

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9.6
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 10 #9

Nov 27, 2014

A great emotional conclusion that's true to the characters' appearances on television. This shows it's not about the slayings, it's about the characters.

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10
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 10 #10

Dec 31, 2014

Another winner of an issue and a perfect place to start reading. When will Harmony get that spin-off mini-series?

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9.6
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 10 #11

Jan 24, 2015

Love is in the air and one couple gets particularly close. A character study that's not a monster hunt, but it's another outstanding read for this series.

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8.4
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 10 #12

Feb 21, 2015

A great entry to the Buffyverse of stories, though the colors are surprisingly dull. Still worth your attention.

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9.6
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 10 #13

Mar 25, 2015

Relationships change and evolve. Oh, and vampires attack. This is great stuff.

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10
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 10 #15

Jun 5, 2015

Perfect reading in every way. This makes me want to dig out my DVDs and start watching the series all over again.

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10
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 10 #16

Jun 23, 2015

Supernatural drama and action that never fail to entertain. Highest possible recommendation.

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10
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 10 #18

Aug 22, 2015

Action and characterization are always equally high in this series. Highest possible recommendation of the week.

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10
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 10 #19

Sep 26, 2015

One moment you'll be cheering the characters' actions, the next you'll be tearing up at what is said. This is perfectionon every level. Highest possible recommendation.

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10
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 10 #20

Nov 21, 2015

Another winning issue. The story and visuals pull the reader into the lives of these characters constantly trying to keep the forces of evil at bay. Never disappointing, always recommended.

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10
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 10 #21

Nov 26, 2015

A treaty is formed, but at the cost of a relationship. Reading this book is like watching friends get stabbed — I can't stand it, but I can't stop reading! Enjoyable, engaging, and horrifically addictive. Once I pick this up, I can't put it down. Highest possible recommendation.

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10
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 10 #22

Dec 24, 2015

You know you're reading something special when the conversations can be as intense as any slaying. These characters continue to live amazing lives beyond the television series. Every contributor is at the top of their game. Highest possible recommendation of the week.

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10
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 10 #23

Jan 24, 2016

Andrew Wells becomes a question mark in this strong character driven tale. Why can't other comics have such strong characters where their lives matter more than the fights? Highest possible recommendation of the week.

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10
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 10 #24

Feb 22, 2016

Always character driven. Always action packed. Always the best. Buffy the Vampire Slayer should always be on your pull list.

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10
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 10 #25

Mar 25, 2016

Everything has changed by the end of this issue, but not the quality. Just when my heart can't take any more, the story moves in a different, surprising direction. You cannot beat the drama of this book. Highest possible recommendation.

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10
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 10 #26

May 1, 2016

Buffy and the Scoobies are betrayed. Can she save the world and her sister at the same time? I can't wait to find out. Always highly recommended.

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10
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 10 #27

May 21, 2016

Drama everywhere involving everyone. Several character are hitting their lowest points of this season, and things can only get worse with D'Hoffryn in possession of the book. Grab some tissues: This one is going to hit you hard!Highest possible recommendation.

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9.6
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 10 #28

Jun 26, 2016

You'll have your heart pulled in every direction, just as a Buffy book should. What a roller coaster!Absolutely recommended.

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10
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 11 #1

Nov 23, 2016

This is an excellent introduction to and continuation of the Slayer's adventures. Accessible to new readers and faithful to its followers, every contributor has brought their A game. The quality of this series continues to rise above the competition. Highest possible recommendation. Overall grade: A+

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10
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 11 #2

Dec 21, 2016

Some things can be more frightening than the supernatural, such as the steps a government takes. The government and the supernatural are heading for a showdown and Buffy Summers is right in the middle. I want more, but I'm worried where it will take the characters I love.

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10
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 11 #3

Jan 26, 2017

It's impossible not to read this book and scream at the characters and thrill to the visuals. This is the best book of the week. Highest possible recommendation.

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10
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 11 #4

Feb 16, 2017

Be wary of a Slayer in a cage and be afraid of missing out on this tale. Riveting reading that surrounds the heroine and her friends with those that want to kill them. Tense, dramatic, romantic, and packed with supernatural thrills. It's impossible not to be drawn into this tale. Highest possible recommendation of the week.

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10
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 11 #5

Mar 22, 2017

=Politics and the supernatural continue to plague Buffy. Issue after issue, this book shows it is the leader for how to continue a series' adventures after it's left television. Highest possible recommendation.=

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10
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 11 #7

May 24, 2017

This reads like a stake through the heart for emotional punch. This is going to take some time to recover from. I haven't seen the heroes this down in a long time. If you think things couldn't get worse for the heroes, they just got worse. Beautifully heartbreaking! Recommended.

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10
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 11 #8

Jun 19, 2017

Buffy and Willow have been prepared for any foe, except being powerless. Outstanding story as the two question their worth in the world sans abilities. The visuals continue to be superior, with one image being the most savage panel in the Slayer's history. The Slayer is down, but not out as Faith arrives for the fray. Recommended.

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9.6
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 11 #9

Jul 17, 2017

A roller coaster of plot twists and action to die for! I have no clue where this is going and I can't wait to get there. Highest possible recommendation.

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8.0
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 11 #10

Aug 30, 2017

Much happens, with the heroes making their way to the series' final obstacle. The story comes off a bit rushed, but there's still much to enjoy, with some odd things discovered and one character getting a very new perspective.

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9.6
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 11 #11

Sep 30, 2017

I continue to feel so lucky to live in a time when this comic exists. It captures the characters, the energy, and the heart of the series. And then it cranks things up to 11. Highest possible recommendation.

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9.6
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 11 #12

Oct 29, 2017

Action, magic, and romance are alive and well in the Buffyverse in this conclusion. The battle is epic, the magic huge, and the romance wonderful. Marvelous.

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9.0
Buffy The Vampire Slayer Season 11: Giles #1

Mar 6, 2018

Teenage Giles is investigating vampires at a charter school and encounters a threat much larger. The premise is set out in this issue, so I'm ready to see where this is going to go next. The visuals are fine, though the style is something that's going to require me getting used to on the lead. The horror's back in high school, with Giles stuck growing up and protecting his classmates.

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8.0
Buffy The Vampire Slayer Season 11: Giles #2

Apr 2, 2018

I'm wanting new exploits of Buffy characters, but this story and its visuals are leaving me a little discouraged. I'll continue to follow, though my expectations aren't going to be high.

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10
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 9 #6

Feb 10, 2012

I didn't get into Buffy until it had long gone off the air. I bought a complete series collection and ate up each DVD. I am so glad that the series continues in comic format under its original creator's reigns. You should find out if all the hype on Buffy is true and try this book, because it is!

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9.0
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 9 #8

Apr 18, 2012

Where is this going? I couldn't tell you, but I'm enjoying the ride!

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9.0
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 9 #9

May 16, 2012

Fun, but"geeze!"what's gonna' happen next?

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9.6
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 9 #10

Jun 26, 2012

Buffy enters a new phase in her life that fans of the Slayermust own.

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10
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 9 #11

Jul 13, 2012

Never read a Buffy before? Start here. There's action, drama, humor, and a few scares. The Slayer rules!

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9.6
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 9 #12

Aug 20, 2012

This new chapter in Buffy's constantly evolving life is something that everyone could enjoy.

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9.6
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 9 #13

Sep 20, 2012

Good conclusion and, hopefully, a new direction for the Slayer.

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9.0
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 9 #14

Oct 14, 2012

This is a good interlude in the big Buffy storyline and good entry point for people who haven't read Buffy. Fun, but I'm looking forward to the return of THE Slayer.

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9.0
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 9 #15

Nov 18, 2012

I enjoyed this more than Part 1, but bring back Buffy.

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10
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 9 #16

Dec 29, 2012

I've used the word enough times in the review, so why not once more: perfection in every way!

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9.6
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 9 #17

Jan 20, 2013

With this creative assemblage I look forward to every tale of the continuing saga of the Slayer.

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10
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 9 #18

Feb 21, 2013

Action, drama, and slaying. What more could you want?

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10
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 9 #19

Mar 19, 2013

This team continues to put out outstanding books and ensuring the Slayer's place in fiction.

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9.0
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 9 #20

Apr 12, 2013

Great story, okay art.If you're a Buffy fan, this is one you'll bescreaming about for a month.

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10
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 9 #21

May 14, 2013

Fantastic, with betrayal by one of the main characters on the horizon!

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10
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 9 #22

Jun 26, 2013

The Slayer's kickin' butt and takin' names, and she'll be takin' yours if you don't purchase this book!

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10
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 9 #23

Jul 13, 2013

Another issue that proves this is the best continuing adventures of a television series. Highly recommended!

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10
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 9 #24

Aug 18, 2013

The Slayer and her friends act and look amazing. Buffy without a budget sure is stunning.

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10
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 9 #25

Sep 21, 2013

Things are resolved, things are changed, but there's always one constant in this series: Incredible story, art, colors, and lettering that keeps the Slayer at her peak! Highest possible recommendation!

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3.0
Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Spike #2

Sep 20, 2012

I was so looking forward to this series. Now I look forward to its quick conclusion, and I'm really concerned about the upcoming Willow series now. I expect much better, Dark Horse.

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6.0
Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Spike #3

Oct 31, 2012

The best issue yet, but still not near the quality of the monthly Buffy book.

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4.0
Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Spike #4

Nov 25, 2012

I'd rather this series be cancelled than continued like this. I need major changes by Issue #6.

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6.0
Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Spike #5

Jan 27, 2013

I paid the money, I took the ride, and I regreted it. This is the last issue of this series as Spike moves back into the main continuity. This entire series, from the premise to the talented used, was way off. Dark Horse has got a long way to go to match the level of IDW's Spike tales. Compared to every other published Dark Horse Buffy book, this is the weakest produced. Very, very disappointing.

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9.6
Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Willow - Wonderland #1

Nov 12, 2012

Look out, Slayer! Someone else from Sunnydale has their own book and it rocks!

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10
Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Willow - Wonderland #2

Dec 11, 2012

Funny, frightening, freaky fantasy that will make you wonder why Willow wasn't in her own series long ago.

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9.6
Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Willow - Wonderland #3

Jan 4, 2013

This is the transition issue for Willow where she's bottomed out and a decision will be reached next month. This is building up to the climax, and I'm looking forward to seeing it.

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8.4
Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Willow - Wonderland #4

Feb 11, 2013

My least favorite issue so far, but that could change depending on how this ends.

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9.6
Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Willow - Wonderland #5

Mar 10, 2013

A fun and tripy quest for one of the best supporting characters in the Buffyverse comes to an excellent conclusion.

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8.0
Captain America: Living Legend #1

Oct 6, 2013

This is the first Captain America comic I've purchased in about thirty years. I wanted to see Cap in his prime, and I didn't get that. I got too little of the title character, but the visuals were good. I won't be returning to this title based on what I got, and I'm too cheap to shell out $3.99 on a gamble.

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8.0
Captain Atom #0

Sep 25, 2012

A fun read, nothing awe inspiring, but solid!

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3.0
Captain Marvel (2014) #1

Mar 16, 2014

I'll look at the next issue before I pick it up. But if it's primarily a flashback or has visuals as dismal as this, I'm out. Time to pull out those issues from the 1970s to cleanse myself of this reading experience.

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3.0
Catwoman (2011) #41

Jun 16, 2015

This isn't a Catwoman comic, it's a mobster comic, and I felt I was taken. I was bored and lost with the story. I'll skim the next issue before purchasing it.

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3.0
Catwoman (2011) #43

Aug 16, 2015

Three issues is more than enough time to sample a series and I'm out. I'd like more than two pagesof Catwoman in a book titled Catwoman, and I'm absolutely bored with gangster politics. I love the art but just don't care about any aspect ofthis story. Sorry, DC.

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8.0
Centipede #1

Jul 15, 2017

The story is building too slowly, but the visuals are engaging in this premiere issue. An unnecessary flashback interrupts the proceedings and it takes a while to get some insect action, though I'm liking the visuals, which remind me of a comic from the early 1980s. I'll be back for the second issue, but I've got to get some more bug action.

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9.0
Chaos #1

May 7, 2014

The sign of a good series is if it compels you to want the next installment immediately and seek out earlier issues of these characters. Mission accomplished on both fronts. Fun reading.

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9.0
Charismagic (2013) #1

May 29, 2013

For only $1 how could I not give this book a try? A fun groundwork laying issue with cool art. I'll be back next month, even at full price.

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9.0
Charismagic (2013) #2

Jun 6, 2013

Magical action that's enjoyable.

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9.0
Charismagic (2013) #3

Jul 4, 2013

A quiet issue, but you know that it's always this way before the storm. An enjoyable read.

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8.4
Charismagic (2013) #5

Sep 8, 2013

I'm enjoying the story, but I wish I could have seen it more easily.

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9.0
Charismagic (2013) #6

Nov 27, 2013

A good issue, but not much of a conclusion.

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9.6
Chastity #1

Jul 12, 2014

This is the origin of a quickly rising character. You better strap yourselves in, it's going to be a bumpy read. Ferocious fun.

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9.0
Cinderella: Serial Killer Princess #2

Feb 21, 2017

Is Zenescope allowed to do this in a book? My jaw dropped on so many pages. I was shocked, but couldn't stop turning pages. I have to know how this ends! Recommended!

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9.0
Cinderella: Serial Killer Princess #3

Mar 19, 2017

Madwoman Cinderella cuts a swath of violence across the Zenescope Universe. You'll cringe, you'll laugh, you'll have a good time.

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9.0
Cinderella: Serial Killer Princess #4

Apr 18, 2017

Cindy's murderous spree comes to a close with a surprise and newfound motivation. Sure to please fans of the psychopathic princess.

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9.6
Cleopatra In Space-Boo #4

Jun 27, 2017

A fun, action filled story with beautiful visuals make this an absolute winner. Perfect reading for reluctant readers and those who look to the stars. I can't wait for the next adventure. Recommended.

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10
Clive Barker's Nightbreed #1

May 31, 2014

A wonderfulbook that had me longing to watch the film as soon as I was done reading it. This is perfect for fans of the film and an outstanding introduction to those not familiar with Barker's characters. This shows incredible promise and I am thrilled that this team produced such an outstanding comic. I will be following this book religiously–or blasphemously–whichever keeps it published. Highest possible recommendation.

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9.6
Clone #1

Nov 25, 2012

Don't bother trying to shut your open mouth, it'll stay that way even after you've finished. What are you waiting for? It'sIssue #1, you start here!

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9.6
Clone #3

Jan 20, 2013

Great story and great art in a tale for adults. This is a “WOW” book.

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10
Clone #4

Feb 17, 2013

This is the best new series I've read in months and you had better buy it while it's still on the shelves. Highest possible recommendation.

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10
Clone #5

Mar 30, 2013

Five issues in and not one bad element from anyone in any issue. Fantastic!

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10
Clone #6

Apr 29, 2013

This is my pick of the week for best book. You really should be reading this book.

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10
Clone #7

May 30, 2013

A page turner that leaves you screaming for more with each cliffhanger.

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9.6
Clone #8

Jul 2, 2013

I'm feeling pretty safe in saying this book will have a perfectletter grade this year, based on previous issues and this one.

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10
Clone #9

Aug 18, 2013

Again and again, month after month, this book proves to be an exceptional experience. One not to miss.

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10
Clone #10

Sep 18, 2013

This is a snowball of a book that gets bigger, faster, and louder with each issue. My hat's off to this creative team. Hands down, the best monthly on the shelves. Highest possible recommendation.

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10
Clone #11

Nov 6, 2013

This is comic book gold, month after month. Highest possible recommendation!

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10
Clone #12

Dec 15, 2013

No fillers, no duds. This is the best new series of the year. Every issue is gold. Highest possible recommendation.

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10
Clone #15

Mar 7, 2014

This continues to be the best monthly series on the stands. You're missing out if you're not following this. Highest possible recommendation.

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10
Clone #16

May 10, 2014

One of the best books published. Highest possible recommendation.

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9.6
Clone #17

Jun 5, 2014

Another outstanding chapter, and a good jumping inspot for new readers. This series continues to be the most consistent book on the market.

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10
Clone #18

Jul 5, 2014

It never lets up. Eighteen issues in, it continues to thrill, terrify, shock, and excite. Must reading.

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10
Clone #20

Sep 21, 2014

This is the book you should be reading. The drama is always high and the payoff huge. Even if you haven't been following this series, the final three pages will haunt you. Get this book.

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9.6
Cold War (2018) #1

Feb 17, 2018

The only downside to this book is that it's only twenty-two pages long. This book is amazing. A simple premise that becomes a furious battle in a questionable landscape against questionable foes. The protagonist is terrific and the visuals are epic. This book is a jewel in futuristic warfare. Cold War is unbelievably hot! Highest possible recommendation of the week.

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9.6
Cold War (2018) #2

Apr 14, 2018

The strongest reason to read this book is you will not know what's around the next corner: some robotic monstrosity trying to kill the heroes or a memory that will bring them to their knees. The visuals are also insane with antagonists constructed by an unknown dark god, heroes bathed in ebony darting through a city, and colors that create shocks and horrors. This Cold War isn't hell, it's heaven.

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9.6
Cold War (2018) #3

May 20, 2018

A super trippy tale whose scope constantly grows in a savage scale. Recommended for lovers of dystopias, war stories, sci-fi, or edgy visuals. This book is just awesome.

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10
Conan / Red Sonja #1

Jan 16, 2015

The Gods are smiling down on readers for allowing them tohave this ancient tale. So fun, so well written, so gorgeous. By Crom, this is good! Recommended.

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6.0
Conan / Red Sonja #3

Mar 28, 2015

This is a stark dip in quality from the first issue. What began as an excellent saga has regressed to a clich 1970s heroteam up. Very disappointing.

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9.6
Conan: The Slayer #1

Jul 13, 2016

This book deserves its title: Conan is a slayer, and Crom help you if you get in his way. A strong story with fierce imagery. Long may this Conan make his way.

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9.6
Conan: The Slayer #9

May 31, 2017

Ancient ruins, beautiful women, and unimaginable terrors make this Conan tale outstanding. High adventure is alive and well with Conan the Slayer.

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9.6
Conan: The Slayer #10

Jun 29, 2017

This is Conan at his raw finest and it couldn't be better.

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8.0
Constantine #1

Mar 23, 2013

This book looks good, but didn't do anything for me story-wise. I'm not going to buy any further issues and will just keep myself content by reading my old Hellblazers.

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9.6
Constantine #2

Apr 29, 2013

I'm still trying to get used to a non-Sting looking Constantine, but this book is the right direction to help me overcome it. Hooray for the anti-hero!

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10
Constantine #3

May 14, 2013

I'd really like to tell you more, but spoilers, m'loves!

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8.4
Constantine #4

Jun 26, 2013

Great story with okay art. Everyone should read Pages 6 – 12, those are the highlights of this book.

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6.0
Constantine #5

Aug 18, 2013

This issue justifies my dislike for the Trinity War storyline. Good visuals, but an unnecessary interlude in a great storyline.

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9.6
Constantine #6

Aug 18, 2013

After last issue's forced entry into Trinity War, this is a welcome return to the ground war on magic.

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8.0
Constantine #7

Nov 6, 2013

Good story, with John hitting an emotional low, but mixed art.

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9.6
Constantine: Futures End #1

Sep 16, 2014

John Constantine versus Nabu is like Christmas come early. Highly enjoyable. Makes me want this team to do a Fate monthly.

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1.6
Constantine: The Hellblazer #1

Jun 15, 2015

This was a disappointingly rote story involving the supernatural with Constantine portrayed to over-the-top absurdity. The visuals were equally bad. No threats = no fun. This was awful.

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2.0
Constantine: The Hellblazer #4

Sep 21, 2015

I'm not going to follow this series any more with this art team. I can't followa book that has a mature storyline that is aping the style so blatantly of another book. Utterly disappointing.

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5.0
Convergence #1

Apr 15, 2015

This does not come anywhere near the hype, with a simple story and average visuals. I expected so much better.

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8.0
Convergence #2

Apr 15, 2015

An improvement over last issue, but still not the caliber of a mega-series. I'm hopeful the improvements continue.

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5.0
Convergence #3

Apr 24, 2015

Pass on this. It's average in practically every way.

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7.0
Convergence #4

May 2, 2015

I enjoyed the big group's adventures, but was bored by Grayson's scenes.

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9.0
Convergence #5

May 9, 2015

This was the best issue so far, with one character picking up a fallen hero's identity, while several characters meet their fates. The multiverses are finally converging.

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9.6
Convergence #6

May 17, 2015

The best issue yet! This is what I wanted this series to be! My hopes are very high for next week's issue!

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8.0
Convergence #8

May 30, 2015

Outside of having various characters meet up, when all is said and done, there is no reason for this series to have everhappened. I liked seeing the characters, but the wrap up to every disaster is too quick and clean.

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8.0
Convergence: Action Comics #2

Jun 2, 2015

C level visuals bring this A level story to a B. An artistic letdown.

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9.6
Convergence: Blue Beetle #2

Jun 2, 2015

A terrific read for Charlton heroes and the characters of the 30th century. This is one worth tracking down.

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8.0
Convergence: Catwoman #2

May 19, 2015

Enjoyable, though one character's design bothered me.

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9.6
Convergence: Green Lantern/Parallax #2

May 19, 2015

A well drawn three character conflict that ends with a solid surprise. I felt twenty years younger reading this book.

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10
Convergence: Shazam #1

May 26, 2015

This is the best Convergence tie-in, better than the actual series itself. Highest possible recommendation.

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9.6
Convergence: Speed Force #2

May 19, 2015

This book brings fun back to heroics. If only there were more books like this.

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9.0
Convergence: Superboy #1

Apr 21, 2015

More consistent art would have improved this book, but it's still very enjoyable.

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10
Convergence: Superboy #2

May 19, 2015

This is one of the best Convergence crossovers. It succeeds in capturing the spirit of the original book and moves it successfully into the twenty-first century.

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2.0
Convergence: Superboy & The Legion of Super-Heroes #1

Apr 25, 2015

I feel slapped by DC for the way this book turned out. Again, this company has shown they have no clue, or don't care, about what to do with this team of heroes who are being killed by mediocre efforts. An utter failure.

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3.0
Convergence: Superboy & The Legion of Super-Heroes #2

May 24, 2015

If I were DC, I would be embarrassed by this being published. A D-level team fighting the Legion with the worst art I think I've ever seen on this team. I would rather the Legion disappear for a year or two than have them appear in books like this.

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10
Convergence: Supergirl - Matrix #1

Apr 21, 2015

This completely caught me by surprise. It's funny, beautiful, and upbeat. When does a comic ever go there, and does so successfully? Highest possible recommendation.

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10
Convergence: Superman #2

May 9, 2015

Perfect in every way. Highest possible recommendation.

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5.0
Convergence: Superman: Man of Steel #1

Apr 20, 2015

A disappointing visual experiment. I don't know if I'll purchase the conclusion.

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9.6
Convergence: The Adventures of Superman #1

Apr 25, 2015

One of the better Convergence stories that has me looking forward to the second part.

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9.6
Convergence: The Adventures of Superman #2

May 25, 2015

This was an adventure of Superman I enjoyed. Action, adventure, heart, and Supergirl. This was a Superfan's dream come true.

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9.6
Cryptocracy #1

Jul 4, 2016

A must read for fans of conspiracy theories and science fiction. A solid injection of humor keeps the story from getting overly serious and the visuals are absolutely sumptuous. The perfect blend of action, humor, and conspiracy. Highly enjoyable.

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8.4
Cyborg #2

Aug 29, 2015

A good read, but still a building block issue. I'm impatient and want to see some super heroics in my super-hero book.

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9.0
Damian: Son of Batman #1

Nov 4, 2013

A good start with an okay story that has terrificvisuals, but I'm not going to continue to but it. $3.99 for a limited series is too much for me. Sorry DC, but you've priced this book beyond my wallet's means.

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9.0
Damsels: Mermaids #1

May 14, 2013

A solid opening issue that promises high seas adventure and drama below and above the big blue.

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8.0
Damsels: Mermaids #2

Jun 26, 2013

This issue is more set up for, what I'm hoping is, more payoff in a future issue. I'm wanting sooner than later.

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8.4
Damsels: Mermaids #3

Jul 25, 2013

Decent art and decent story, though fishy at times.

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8.4
Damsels: Mermaids #4

Aug 20, 2013

Enjoyable, but what's left to do?

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7.0
Damsels: Mermaids #5

Oct 7, 2013

Not bad, but not great. Entertaining as you're reading, but unmemorable.

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9.6
Danger Girl: The Chase #1

Sep 8, 2013

Go grab yourself a copy of this book now, before you have to chase it down!

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8.4
Danger Girl: Trinity #1

Apr 28, 2013

This was my introduction to these characters and I enjoyed it. This book is filling my Indiana Jones void nicely in action and tone, plus the ladies aren't hard on the eyes. A whole lot of fun that I'll continue to buy.

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9.6
Danger Girl: Trinity #2

May 30, 2013

A whole lotta fun!

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9.6
Danger Girl: Trinity #3

Jun 22, 2013

Don't waste any more time reading this review"Buy this book!

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9.6
Danger Girl: Trinity #4

Aug 11, 2013

Sorry, no. This can't be the end. I want more. A fun story, great art and terrific action like this must continue! C'mon, guys! Monthly–please!

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9.6
Dark Ark #1

Sep 23, 2017

A deliriously delicious dark tale of untold truths. Putting this many creatures in such a confined space will have disastrous implications before forty days and forty nights come to a close. Recommended reading.

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9.6
Dark Ark #6

May 7, 2018

This is a beautifully blasphemous book that will have you cheering for the nightmares that are trying to avoid the wrath of God. The story is epic, surprising, and devilishly good fun. The visuals are a match to the scope of the story, making man and monster impressive. One's horror collection is not complete unlessDark Ark is on their shelf.

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9.6
Dark Ark #7

Jun 17, 2018

The focus shifts to a pair of young humans as the monsters' barge continues its terrible trip. With the humans at the center of this issue, the reader will have to consider if man is worth saving if such horrible extremes exist. The visuals are great in setting a scene and showing hopes and horrors, while the colors are expressionist explosions upon each page.Dark Ark is a “must-read” for fans of horror and monsters. Deliciously deviant.

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8.0
Dark Days: The Forge #1

Jul 13, 2017

A beautiful looking book, with a story that reveals nothing. Enjoyable, but would have been better had something been explicitly given to the reader. Pricey for a book that keeps everything so close to the chest.

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8.0
Dark Nights: Metal #1

Aug 19, 2017

Nine pages were not needed, so the extra two dollars seems unnecessary. When the story begins on 11 things improve considerably, though they're still only setup for what's to be revealed later. Thankfully, the visuals are strong and that makes the extra two bucks seem less painful. Enjoyable, but still nothing is revealed about this Metal story.

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9.0
Dark Shadows #13

Feb 4, 2013

These vampires don't sparkle or fall in love. They crave power and blood. This is a true vampire fan's dream come true.

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8.0
Dark Shadows #17

Jun 5, 2013

I'm not thrilled with all the visuals, but the story is top notch!

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9.6
Dark Shadows #18

Jul 15, 2013

This book literally goes to Hell as it makes its way to the final conflict with Dark Barnabas, who's now found his own Dark Prince. Collinwood is bracing for the ultimate battle and Barnabas can't interfere. Writer Mike Raicht has got a greatsaga going and artist Nacho Tenorio is crafting some great scares. A chillingly charming comic!

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6.0
Dark Shadows #19

Aug 6, 2013

This book looks great, but no more subplots–Please!

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8.4
Dark Shadows #20

Oct 5, 2013

One character's visuals are keeping me from a higher grade because he stuck out so much. You might look upon him differently. There's only way to find out: Go check this out yourself!

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9.0
Dark Shadows Year One #1

Apr 20, 2013

This is an open door to the cult favorite that will initiate virgin readers and satisfy long term fans. You should enter before the door disappears!

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9.6
Dark Shadows Year One #4

Jul 25, 2013

After reading this book you'll begin to question if theundead aren't as bad as the living. And Barnabas would want it that way.

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10
Dark Shadows Year One #5

Sep 5, 2013

This book is wildly exceeding my expectations in every way. Equal parts heart rending and heart ripping, the blood flows along with the tears as the Collins family descends into darkness. A must have!

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10
Dark Shadows Year One #6

Oct 8, 2013

Without question, this is one of the most entertaining vampire series ever created. Fans of Dark Shadows can flap their wings in glee and virgins to the series can be safe in the knowledge that they can enjoy it with no foreknowledge. You will be cursed like the Collins clan if you don't procure a copy of this tale. Highest possible recommendation!

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9.0
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes #1

Dec 6, 2014

This is the set up and next issue will begin the action for this bridge between the two films. A good read even if you haven't seen the films.

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5.0
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes #2

Dec 28, 2014

The art is so dark it considerably hinders any enjoyment the story can provide. Very disappointing.

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3.0
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes #3

Feb 9, 2015

I can't continue to follow this book with these visuals. This could have been so much better.

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9.6
DC Comics: Bombshells #1

Aug 15, 2015

A fun beginningas theplayers are introduced. I'll be along for this ride for as long as it's as good as this premiere issue.

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8.4
DC Comics: Bombshells #4

Nov 15, 2015

A visually mixed book generates a mixed response, but this is worth checking out. The first two tales were great, while the third was a let down. Wonder Woman has been the least interesting character in this series so far. Perhaps she could be left for a while to introduce other heroes.

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9.6
DC Universe: Rebirth #1

May 27, 2016

Lives up to and exceeds all expectations. DC is mending fences. Let's hope all the monthlies live up to this beginning.

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9.0
Deadman (2017) #1

Nov 6, 2017

Recommended for fans of Deadman, Neal Adams, or those who just want a good book. The story's got action and surprises, while the visuals are top of the line work from an iconic comic book creator. If only this Deadman went beyond six issues.

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9.0
Deadman (2017) #2

Jan 2, 2018

Action and drama team up with outstanding visuals that range from the real to the supernatural. Deadman's journey becomes stranger as three of DC's inhuman characters intrude on his trek.

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9.6
Deadman (2017) #3

Mar 24, 2018

A trippy journey into a character's head has Deadman learning secrets and finding evil. Highly enjoyable story with excellent visuals. If you love comics, you'll love this Deadman.

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8.4
Deadpool (2015) #1

Feb 13, 2016

A smorgasbord of R rated violence and humor that's long overdue. I want a second trip to this buffet immediately. The two X-Men slow things down, but this edgy film keeps the laughs and gasps going.

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9.6
Death Sentence #1

Jun 3, 2013

You've got six months, what would you do? I'd say read this book!

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9.6
Deathstroke (2014) #1

Oct 30, 2014

I've been familiar with Slade since The New Teen Titans and he's just as awesome in this new series. Lots of action with incredible art will satisfy all action junkies.

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8.4
Deathstroke: Rebirth #1

Aug 15, 2016

I gave it a try, but this isn't for me. This should please fans of hardcore mercenaries that travel the world, but for those craving more traditional comic book adventures it might be best to look elsewhere.

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8.0
Deep Gravity #2

Sep 9, 2014

I'm liking the story, but not enjoying the visuals.

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6.0
Deep Gravity #3

Oct 13, 2014

A super action sequence can't overcome a convenient reveal and art that looks four decades old. I'm going to see this to end because the story does have some merit.

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5.0
Dejah of Mars #1

Jun 17, 2014

If this is the reboot, fans are going to be disappointed and I don't see how this would attract new readers.

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1.6
Dejah of Mars #2

Jun 30, 2014

I would rather this series be cancelled than continue if it reads like this or looks like this. A sad endeavor that destroys the power and the wonder of Edgar Rice Burroughs's work. Avoid.

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2.0
Dejah of Mars #3

Jul 22, 2014

Just make it stop. Thankfully, this series is concluded next month.

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9.0
Dejah Thoris #1

Feb 6, 2016

A welcome return to comics for the Princess of Mars, featuring a good beginning and strong visuals. I can't imagine a world without a Dejah Thoris monthly, so I'm glad to see this out and being so enjoyable.

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8.0
Dejah Thoris (2018) #0

Jan 15, 2018

A good taste of what's to come when the series begins. The story is good and the art is serviceable. I'm a big fan of Edgar Rice Burroughs's science fiction characters and with Chu charting Dejah's path I'm on board for this ride.

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4.0
Dejah Thoris (2018) #1

Mar 11, 2018

The visuals are a deal breaker on this book. The story is good, the colors and letters fine, but the art relies too heavily on photographic insertion, leading to a bad 1950s sci-fi film feel. This is a shame, because Dejah has been handled so well in years past by Dynamite, but this is simply not doing this beloved princess justice.

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9.6
Dejah Thoris and the Green Men of Mars #1

Feb 26, 2013

A decent start up with solid visuals. I want to see what's next!

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9.6
Dejah Thoris and the Green Men of Mars #2

Mar 19, 2013

I liked this, but should I?

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8.0
Dejah Thoris and the Green Men of Mars #3

Apr 20, 2013

Fun, but the weakest issue so far in this limited series.

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9.6
Dejah Thoris and the Green Men of Mars #4

Jun 5, 2013

The horror has ended, but the terror is only beginning. This series is getting an additional four issues! Thank you, Dynamite, for giving the fans what they want!

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9.6
Dejah Thoris and the Green Men of Mars #5

Aug 20, 2013

A welcome, surprising turn to a mystery for Dejah and I'm more than happen to see it happen. More of this, please!

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9.6
Dejah Thoris and the Green Men of Mars #6

Oct 5, 2013

All involved should be congratulated for this book! Dejah continues to shine in this mystery on Mars.

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10
Dejah Thoris and the Green Men of Mars #8

Nov 27, 2013

This series could end here and I'd be perfectly satisfied, but there's more–STILL?!? Ye gods, this team is the perfect supplier of my monthly Barsoomian habit!

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9.6
Dejah Thoris and the Green Men of Mars #10

Jan 29, 2014

A change of artists but not a change in quality. Revenge is coming and will you be able to watch it? I will!

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9.6
Dejah Thoris and the Green Men of Mars #11

Mar 9, 2014

Entertaining to see Dejah outside the safety zone of Helium. A solid read.

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9.6
Dejah Thoris and the Green Men of Mars #12

Apr 8, 2014

An untold saga of the first lady of Barsoom is a mature tale for all to enjoy.

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10
Delete #1

Jan 7, 2016

Save the date in March to pick up what's going to be a very popular series. Mystery, action, and futuristic tech are contained in a superb story with outstanding visuals. A winner in every possible way and something I'm going to add to my pull list immediately. Recommended.

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10
Delete #2

Apr 17, 2016

This book takes two reads because the action propels the reader to turn the pages as quickly as possible to find out what happens next. After surviving the first read, a second read is needed to see what was missed the first time through. There's lots of action and some slick twists and turns as Delete reveals its secrets. Highest possible recommendation.

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9.6
Dept Of Monsterology #1

Nov 6, 2013

A monstrous debut that puts the fun and scares in a book without drowning in drama. I'll enroll for life in this department if their further adventures are as good as this first issue.

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9.6
Dept Of Monsterology #3

Dec 23, 2013

I enjoy every element of this book and am so happy to see that someone is making monster stories fun again! Santa, can you get this come out monthly?

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9.6
Dept Of Monsterology #4

Jan 19, 2014

I'm sorry, Renegade Arts Entertainment, you can't stop now. This series must continue and must become monthly. Name your price and I'll be there. Monsters, mystery, and mayhem. What more could you want in a comic?

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4.0
Detective Comics (2011) #0

Sep 7, 2012

I wouldn't buya book again from this team, and the $3.99 cover price guarantees it. Not worth the price.

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9.6
Detective Comics (2011) #23.2

Sep 18, 2013

You'd think as an English teacher for 21 years I'd learned not to judge a book by its cover, but I never thought that it would apply to a comic book. This is a funny, gorgeous, awesome comic. Look beyond the cover and you'll find a perfect interior.

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9.0
Dinosaurs Attack! #2

Aug 25, 2013

Gratuitous gore guaranteed to bring giggles to anyone with a thirst for dinosaurs versus mankind.

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9.0
Doc Savage #1

Jan 8, 2014

A fun premiere and I want more.

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7.0
Doc Savage #3

Mar 9, 2014

An excellent story with disappointing artwork.

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8.4
Doc Savage #4

Apr 6, 2014

More enjoyable than last month's issue as the title character confronts his despair.

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8.4
Doc Savage #5

May 9, 2014

This is the Savage story I want to read. I only wish it could have been brighter.

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5.0
Doc Savage #6

Jun 10, 2014

Unless this issue is hugely influential with next month's story, this is a pass for even ardent Doc fans.

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8.0
Doc Savage #7

Jul 12, 2014

Good story with adequate images.

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10
Doc Savage Annual #2014

Jun 17, 2014

A must own for anyone who's a fan of Savage and a must own for those who've never experienced a Savage tale. Exceptional! Highest possible recommendation.

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6.0
Doctor Fate #1

Jun 23, 2015

The visuals are killing my enjoyment of this book. It's only my faith in Paul Levitz that has me returning next month. I'm hoping for more Fate and less setup.

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2.0
Doctor Spektor: Master Of The Occult #1

Jun 17, 2014

An unlikable mess. Avoid.

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8.0
Doctor Strange (2015) #1

Oct 9, 2015

A super story undone by colors that filter the art and lettering that flits about. A frustrating read.

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8.4
Doctor Who: Four Doctors #2

Aug 22, 2015

A predictable transition story puts a mild damper on the good visuals, butI'll be back for the next installment.

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9.0
Doctor Who: Four Doctors #3

Aug 30, 2015

Doctors make terrible decisions and the fourth Doctor is revealed: This was great! I got the payoff I wanted from last issue's build. The dialogue was fun, the action good, and the visuals pleasing.

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8.4
Doctor Who: Four Doctors #4

Sep 4, 2015

Some excellent twists and turns with visuals that could be stronger. Good fun for Who fans, but I don't know how this would appeal to anyone outside of the base audience.

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9.6
Doctor Who: Prisoners of Time #1

Feb 4, 2013

A fantastic first issue featuring Gallifrey's first champion of Earth. All that's missingis opening and closing music.

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4.0
Doctor Who: Prisoners of Time #2

Mar 1, 2013

This was an utter tragedy for one of my favorite Doctors. This is only Issue #2 and this was the best efforts by all involved? So very, very disappointing.

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9.6
Doctor Who: Prisoners of Time #3

Mar 23, 2013

Great fun in every way that will wisk you back to the 1970"s.

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8.0
Doctor Who: Prisoners of Time #4

Apr 20, 2013

The art is not as good as the story, but this was still fun.

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9.6
Doctor Who: Prisoners of Time #5

May 30, 2013

This is how Doctor Who should be! Fun, alien and adventurous!

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10
Doctor Who: Prisoners of Time #6

Jul 2, 2013

An outstanding story, the return of Forbisher, John Ridgway, and an infamous villain! Christmas has come early!

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8.0
Doctor Who: Prisoners of Time #7

Aug 11, 2013

A fun story with some average art of our stars.

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9.0
Doctor Who: Prisoners of Time #8

Sep 5, 2013

Maybe I expected too much from the story, but the visuals are well worth your money.

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8.4
Doctor Who: Prisoners of Time #9

Nov 6, 2013

An average story with a great conclusion that features superior art.

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9.6
Doctor Who: Prisoners of Time #10

Nov 11, 2013

An excellent Doctor adventure that will make you miss David Tennant more than you already do.

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9.6
Doctor Who: Prisoners of Time #12

Dec 15, 2013

There were some lows in this series' run, but there were more highs overall. The conclusion was great and gave me what I wanted. A worthwhile addition to any Who fan's collection.

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8.4
Doctor Who: The Eighth Doctor #1

Nov 7, 2015

A fun story, which is more than welcome in a Doctor Who tale, but the art might leave some fans fuming. The visuals aren't as good as the story, but I'll continue to follow this Doctor's adventures. Because of the visuals, I'm going to tilt my grade lower than where the average should have it.

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9.6
Doctor Who: The Eighth Doctor #2

Dec 12, 2015

Titan provides fans with a fantastic story they wanted for this Doctor. More, please!

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9.6
Doctor Who: The Eighth Doctor #3

Jan 30, 2016

The Eighth Doctor's adventures continue to shine the brightest in Titan Comics' offerings. The story mirrors an untold tale and the visuals show off the time period excellently.

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9.6
Doctor Who: The Eighth Doctor #4

Feb 21, 2016

This is the Who book I look forward to each month. Fun story and visuals that will please anyone of any age from any time.

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9.6
Doctor Who: The Eighth Doctor #5

Mar 19, 2016

An outstanding ending for an outstanding series. With books like this, Titan Comics continues to keep the Doctor's adventures thriving. Recommended.

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9.0
Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor #1

Jul 17, 2014

A wonderful story that shows the joy and change the Doctor can bring to a companion's life. Highly enjoyable.

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9.0
Doctor Who: The Ninth Doctor #1

Apr 3, 2015

An excellent premiere with three of Who‘s most popular characters. I'll be following this series, to be sure.

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9.6
Doctor Who: The Ninth Doctor #2

Jun 20, 2015

This reads like a lost episode and will entertain fans of the Doctor.

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9.6
Doctor Who: The Ninth Doctor (2016) #1

May 1, 2016

A terrific beginning to a new monthly. Having this Doctor in a monthly book is like having a best friend re-enter your life. This Doctor Who is brilliant!

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9.6
Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor #1

Jul 17, 2014

Thank you, Titan Comics, for continuing this Doctor's adventures. Take to the streets to get this book before the Doctor runs off.

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10
Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor #7

Feb 23, 2015

This is the Doctor you're looking for. A perfect continuation of the Tenth Doctor's adventures thatflawlessly captures the thrills, settings, and madness of this Time Lord. You're missing out if you let this get by.

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8.4
Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor #12

Jun 24, 2015

This requires the firstinstallment to understand the story, though the visuals stand on their own. I'll be back to see how this finishes…Right after I track down the previous issue.

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9.0
Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor: Year Three #11

Nov 25, 2017

Companion Gabby Gonzalez is the focus as this year draws to a close. The action is exciting, the characters engaging, and the visuals stellar. Every Who fan should grab a copy while they can!

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9.6
Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor: Year Two #6

Feb 14, 2016

You don't need an invitation to jump in. This is where you can run about strange environments and experience exciting adventures that only the Doctor and his friends can supply. A neat mystery and some fun visuals.

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7.0
Doctor Who: The Twelfth Doctor #9

Jul 14, 2015

A fun read with average to poor visuals. I expect better, Titan.

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10
Doctor Who: The Twelfth Doctor: Year Two #1

Jan 7, 2016

This could be the most perfect Doctor Who comic ever created, and it's only the first part! If it continues to look like this, take all my money, Titan Comics! Highest possible recommendation.

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10
Doctor Who: The Twelfth Doctor: Year Two #3

Mar 12, 2016

This is exactly what Who fans want! Action, thrills, and fun at a breakneck pace. Highest possible recommendation.

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10
Doctor Who: The Twelfth Doctor: Year Two #5

May 22, 2016

Listen to the Doctor, “Buy this comic immediately! My life depends on it!” A smart, funny romp through the world of comic books. Absolutely recommended.

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8.4
Doctor Who: The Twelfth Doctor: Year Two #12

Dec 4, 2016

The final line: The mixed colored work hurts the visuals at times, but the story is tremendous fun. This should please Who fans and provide an excellent introduction for those encountering the Doctor for the first time.

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8.0
Doomsday Clock #1

Nov 25, 2017

I was expecting more from all the hype with this ending up being just a better than average comic. There's too much of the Watchmen for my tastes, but I'm more than eager to continue to see how Rebirth came to be.

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9.0
Doomsday Clock #2

Dec 30, 2017

The story improves once the Watchmen characters enter the Rebirth Universe, but it does seem as if some elements could have been shortened or omitted. The visuals, however, are exceptional, even if they are aping the style of Watchmen. I would love for this series to strike out new storytelling rather than mirror Moore's series so much. Readable, but slow going.

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9.0
Doomsday Clock #3

Jan 27, 2018

The heroes are fantastic, but the villains are meh in this continuing slow burn of a story. This is readable, but is definitely taking its time in delivering revelations, focusing instead on having the characters grow, with Rorschach being the focus in this issue. The visuals are flawless; every panel is beautiful. Enjoyable.

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8.0
Doomsday Clock #4

May 30, 2018

A stronger installment than previous issues due to its focus on Rorschach. There are a few moments that move the story forward, but the majority is built on character building. That's fine, but I'm more interested in how this series restructures the DC Universe, not in building familiar characters.

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9.6
Doomsday Clock #5

Jun 2, 2018

The best issue yet with many characters in play: six different storylines all headed toward certain doom, but incredibly illustrated as they go there. Seeing Superman and Saturn Girl in costume is fantastic, while Johnny Thunder may have discovered something that will change the world. Must reading for DC fans.

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9.6
Drone: Fatal Error #1

May 9, 2015

A highly readable book giving me all the robot action I could want. Drone: Fatal Error is worth tracking down.

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9.6
Drone: Fatal Error #2

Jul 18, 2015

Passing on this futuristic Cold War adventure would be a fatal mistake. Recommended.

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5.0
Earth 2 #0

Sep 7, 2012

This would not encourage me to explore Earth 2.

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8.4
Earth 2: Society #1

Jun 15, 2015

I'm interested, but if thepresent is again interrupted by a long flashback, I'm out.

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9.6
Earth 2: Society #6

Nov 25, 2015

Another fun installment in Earth 2's saga. A solid story with excellent visuals make this entertaining reading.

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10
Earth 2: Society #10

Mar 13, 2016

This is the DC book everyone should be reading. Drama, action, and intensity that's the envy of other books. Recommended.

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8.0
Earth 2: Society #14

Jul 17, 2016

When the conversations are as good as the action, you know you're reading a well written book. The story is outstanding, with a good mix of action and drama, but the visuals are just not at the same level. If one is a fan of good writing or the adentures on this new Earth 2, I'd pick this up.

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10
Edward Scissorhands #1

Oct 22, 2014

The story continues in the same delightfully whimsical and touching fashion of the film. An outstanding comic for all.

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10
Edward Scissorhands #2

Dec 21, 2014

Beautiful, sad, hopeful, and scary. Everything you couldwant and more. Highest possible recommendation.

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10
Edward Scissorhands #3

Jan 8, 2015

This book is a dream come true as it captures the emotion of the film yet tells its own hauntingly beautiful story. Highest possible recommendation.

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10
Edward Scissorhands #4

Feb 22, 2015

Save a friend or save an urban legend? Megan's got to hurry if she wants to accomplish both! Your chest is empty if you don't fall in love with this book. One of the best on the shelves.

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10
Edward Scissorhands #5

Mar 27, 2015

This is my pick for book of the week. This captures all the hopes, tears, and fears of the film and brings them to the present in a stunning tale. Highest possible recommendation.

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9.0
EGOs #1

Jan 19, 2014

A solid debut that introduces a nice cast, a solid villain, and a lot of questions that I'm more than willing to continue to read.

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9.6
Empress #1

Apr 10, 2016

A fast paced first issue of a science fiction saga set in Earth's distant past. Get in on the ground floor while you can. This is gonna be good. Recommended.

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9.6
Empress #2

May 8, 2016

A sensational science fiction chase that thrills with both story and art. Recommended.

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9.0
Empress #3

Jun 28, 2016

The race through space continues to zig and zag throughout the galaxy. A fun science fiction outing where each step could lead to salvation or destruction.

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9.0
Empress #4

Jul 7, 2016

Danger from a new source has the Empress and her family in dire straits. The action never lets up and the visuals look terrific.

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9.6
Empress #5

Aug 14, 2016

You should run like the galaxy is after you to get a copy of this book. The story is high adventure, the setting science fiction, the dialogue sensational, and the visuals stunning. One of the best series of 2016. Recommended.

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9.6
Empress #7

Dec 4, 2016

A spectacular conclusion for a spectacular series. My highest possible recommendation of the week. The next adventures cannot come soon enough.

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9.6
Escape From Monster Island #1

Feb 7, 2016

Monsters of all shapes and sizes are interfering with the exploration of a mercenary unit's trek. This is making my inner eight year old undeniably happy. The stage is set, the monsters are in place, now RUN! Fun reading.

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9.6
Escape From Monster Island #2

Mar 19, 2016

A monstrously successful return to monsters running amok on an island, while humans try to make their way through them. It's a classic trope done to perfection. We're only six issues in and I'd like to see this as a monthly series. Outstanding work, Zenescope!

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9.6
Escape From Monster Island #3

Apr 24, 2016

More survivors, more troubles. The escape has gone into overdrive. A highly enjoyable read that will bring out every reader's inner ten-year-old. Recommended.

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9.6
Escape From Monster Island #4

May 28, 2016

Monsters! Betrayals! Monsters! Schemes! Monsters! Chaos! Monsters! This book brings me so much joy, I wish it were monthly.

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9.6
Escape From Monster Island #5

Jul 4, 2016

The penultimate issue has all the action you want before the concluding chapter. This is a fun read with some good surprises.

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2.0
Escape from New York #1

Dec 13, 2014

I was on fire for this book, given the excellent way BOOM! Studios has brought Big Trouble In Little China to comics, but this snuffed out any joy that could be had. A silly “comic book” plot, the wrong artist, and the wrong colorist. This book would convince someone to neverwatch the film. A franchise killer. So disappointing.

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5.0
Escape from New York #3

Feb 7, 2015

I don't know if I'll be continuing with this book. The story isn't great and the art varies from average to poor. I wanted this to be fun, and it hasn't been. It's only my love of the movies that has me continuing, but I think that love may have ended.

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9.0
Faster than Light #4

Jan 4, 2016

A fun sci-fi book that utilizes a real technological application! The characters are the real, the visuals strong, and the UAR incredibly fun. I'm looking forward to seeing where Haberline takes these characters.

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9.6
Fathom: Blue #2

Jul 17, 2015

I'm glad I picked this book up. It's an entertaining read that shows two worlds colliding, with a team of four playing in the middle.

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9.6
Fathom: Kiani Vol. 3 #1

Apr 12, 2014

A great read with great visuals. Worth checking out. I know I'll be back for more next month.

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9.6
Flash (2011) #35

Oct 26, 2014

Having read this and now written this review, I'm going to have to start picking this up. Curse you DC Comics, for anothertitle I'm going to have to start following.

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9.6
Flash (2011) #36

Dec 14, 2014

An absolute winner of a book. Two Flashes for the price of one. You can't go wrong with this!

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9.6
Flash (2011) #37

Jan 3, 2015

This is how super hero comics should make you feel: alive, thrilled, inspired, and hungry for more. Recommended.

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10
Flash (2011) #39

Feb 28, 2015

I feel like such a fool. I've only been following this book for six months, and I should have been following since this creative team took over. This gives you everything you want in a super hero book and more.Outstanding story and visuals that have me racing each month for the next issue. Highest possible recommendation.

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10
Flash (2011) #40

Mar 28, 2015

An epic ending to an epic saga that concludes with a stunning cliffhanger. This is the hero book everyone should be reading. Highest possible recommendation.

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9.6
Flash (2011) #41

Jun 26, 2015

Familiar story elements bring this book down, but the visuals raise it up. I'll be back next month, to be sure.

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9.6
Flash (2011) #44

Sep 29, 2015

This issue moves at a pace that is the equal of its hero and it's tremendous fun. A horde of villains versus one hero with the stakes massive. Isn't what a super hero book should be? Excellent story and art that you'll speed through.

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9.6
Flash (2011) #46

Dec 4, 2015

Fantastic, feverish, and frantic fun with The Flash. You should take a run through these pages!

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8.4
Flash (2011) #47

Jan 4, 2016

The story was bit of a letdown, but the visuals are outstanding. Fans of the Flash should be satisfied.

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7.0
Flash (2011) #50

Apr 24, 2016

An adequate issue, but nothing spectacular for this fiftieth issue.

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9.0
Flash (2011) #52

Jun 1, 2016

A typical super hero yarn closes out this series. It's good, but I expected something bigger for the finale.

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9.6
Flash (2016) #2

Jul 17, 2016

The Flash gets a new partner, but will he become a rogue? Good art and story that shows the lines that the Flash will not cross for justice.

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9.6
Flash (2016) #21

Apr 30, 2017

Must reading for anyone who reads DC Comics. Completely understandable on its own, this will have fans eating up the Internet until the next issue is published. Fun, cool, and awesome reading.

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9.0
Flash (2016) #22

May 19, 2017

More of an introduction to a larger story than one that answers burning questions, this issue of The Flash is entertaining. The circle is complete, much like a button, but there is much, much more to be revealed. In November. A classic hero returns famously and the visuals are breathtaking. Fun, but only a tease of what's to come.

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10
Flash Gordon #1

Apr 23, 2014

Action and adventure are alive and well in this superb outing from an Earth man on Mongo. Highest possible recommendation.

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10
Flash Gordon #2

Jun 2, 2014

This is a superior book that is a welcome breath of bright science fiction to a modern world drowning in dystopias. Highest possible recommendation.

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10
Flash Gordon #3

Jun 30, 2014

This is the new bar for epic adventure in space. Good luck finding better. Highest possible recommendation.

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9.6
Flash Gordon #5

Sep 2, 2014

A new arc has begun but the quality remains. Consistently excellent.

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9.0
Flash: Rebirth (2016) #1

Jun 10, 2016

Another excellent Rebirth that will please old fans and reintroduce the character to new readers. The highlight is the expansion of the scene between the title character and another hero, which is worth the cover price alone.

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9.6
Forever Evil #1

Sep 8, 2013

This was a blast! And I'm not talking like from the chief villain's eyes. This is forever engaging, forever exciting, and forever entertaining. Forever Evil is great fun!

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8.4
Forever Evil #2

Oct 6, 2013

I really liked the art, but felt like I had a hook in my mouth pulling me to buy other books to get the whole story.

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10
Forever Evil #3

Nov 11, 2013

A grand slam of awesomeness where only evil can fight evil.

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10
Forever Evil #6

Mar 7, 2014

This the best DC crossover series since the new 52 was launched. This is the penultimate issue, but I've already told my local comic book store that I want a copy of the hardcover when it comes out. You will, too. Must own reading. Highest possible recommendation.

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9.0
Forever Evil #7

May 25, 2014

A solid ending to a very enjoyable series. The best anti-hero story to be read.

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10
Future Quest #1

May 21, 2016

The best all ages action book that will thrill parents as much as their children. Every page delights and returns readers to the golden age of heroic cartoons. Highest possible recommendation.

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10
George Perez's Sirens #1

Sep 21, 2014

A masterful book by a master creator. This is a book to revel in. Pick an era. It's here. Pick a genre. It's here. It all works, and it's waiting for you. Highest possible recommendation.

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9.0
Ghostbusters 101 #1

Mar 23, 2017

An impressive debut that has plenty of laughs and thrills for fans of the films. The only thing you have to be afraid of is missing the next issue.

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9.0
Ghostbusters 101 #2

May 6, 2017

The visuals are excellent, but the story could be progressing more quickly. Not much tension in this issue, just more setting up of characters. Enjoyable, but I want the characters to have met and the threat to have been clearly established.

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9.6
Ghostbusters 101 #3

May 27, 2017

Both Ghostbusters teams finally meet and it's worth checking out. The story is filled with plenty of laughs and the visuals are spectacular. Will easily please fans of both teams.

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9.6
Ghostbusters 101 #4

Jul 1, 2017

Strong writing maintains the laughs and scares of the films and the visuals are of the highest caliber. This series continues to bring out the best of the movies in an all new adventure. Recommended.

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9.6
Ghostbusters 101 #5

Aug 17, 2017

I don't want this to end! Having both teams working together is fun and makes me want to watch all the films as soon as I'm done reading. If a comic can get a reader to run to rewatch the films, it's more than successful as a companion piece to them. This book shows that two teams are indeed better than one.

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9.6
Ghostbusters 101 #6

Sep 2, 2017

The only negative to this issue is that it concludes the series. The story and visuals are exceptional. If you're a Ghostbusters fan, you'll want this book. Laughs, scares, and plenty of heart. IDW is keeping the flame faithfully burning for Ghostbusters fans. Recommended.

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9.6
Ghostbusters: Answer The Call #1

Oct 29, 2017

Great beginning that continues the laughs and scares from the film. I'm looking forward to seeing where this is going. Answer the call and pick this up! Recommended, perfect all-ages reading.

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9.6
Ghostbusters: Answer The Call #2

Jan 5, 2018

This issue has got plenty of scares and some solid laughs as each character's fears are revealed. The dialogue between characters deserves praise for sounding absolutely authentic, while the visuals capture the visual humor and frights of the film. This is a Ghostbusters adventure for all ages. Recommended.

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9.0
Ghostbusters: Answer The Call #3

Mar 21, 2018

The Ghostbusters go on an intel mission to get back at the spirit that terrorized them. Solid one-liners, an interesting plot, and entertaining art make this an enjoyable outing.

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8.0
Ghostbusters: Answer The Call #4

Apr 15, 2018

Backstory is revealed of the Ghostbusters' pasts as they plan to take down the monstrous specter in the present. The story is great, but is undone by artwork lacking in details and colors that go oddly psychedelic. There's only one issue to go, so I'll continue to read, though I'm really hoping the visuals improve in the conclusion.

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9.6
Ghostbusters: Answer The Call #5

May 13, 2018

An extremely satisfying and fun conclusion that will please readers of all ages. I can only hope that IDW doesn't wait too long to have these heroes back in action, with the creative team that was behind this success. I need more!

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9.6
Ghostbusters: Crossing Over #1

Mar 19, 2018

Dimension hopping gone awry leads to frantic fun and frights with the Ghostbusters. A wonderfully twisted premise with impressive visuals make this one to pick up and place in your own personal containment unit.

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9.6
Ghostbusters: Crossing Over #2

Apr 28, 2018

A great story with terrific characters and laugh out loud jokes combined with spectacular visuals make this mandatory reading for all readers. You're guaranteed to have a smile on your face as you read this book. Comic gold for Ghostbusters fans.

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9.6
Ghostbusters: Crossing Over #3

Jun 17, 2018

A plan is hatched and a ghost is fought. Every iteration of the Ghostbusters has gathered to fight a foe and it's fun and frightening reading. If you love any version of the Ghostbusters, you're going to love this. Recommended for anyone who's not afraid of a ghost.

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7.0
Goddess Inc. #1

Aug 9, 2014

An okay first issue, though I'm not really sure about all that's going on. Interesting, but questionable if I'm going to purchase another issue. It takes a hit because of the art.

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9.6
Godzilla #1

May 30, 2012

It's only the first issue, so I'm hoping next issue to see more Godzilla action, but for a set-up story this is worth checking out.

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9.6
Godzilla: Cataclysm #5

Dec 27, 2014

This misses a perfect score because I didn't read the previous issues and am lacking the backstory on the human drama. For classic monster smashing and fighting, this is fantastic.

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10
Godzilla: Rulers Of Earth #9

Feb 24, 2014

Fall in love with Toho's pantheon of monsters again. This book rules! Highest possible recommendation.

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10
Godzilla: Rulers Of Earth #10

Mar 26, 2014

Absolutely awesome. Monsters battle, people run, cities crumble, and Godzilla is right in the thick of things. It does not get any better than this. Highest possible recommendation.

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10
Godzilla: Rulers Of Earth #11

May 17, 2014

This is the Godzilla you want. This is the collection of monsters you want. This is the greatest Japanese monsterseries of all time! Highest possible recommendation!

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9.6
Godzilla: Rulers Of Earth #13

Jun 25, 2014

So fun, so destructive, so Godzilla! So go get a copy!

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10
Godzilla: Rulers Of Earth #14

Aug 16, 2014

Stunningly perfect. Highest possible recommendation.

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10
Godzilla: Rulers Of Earth #19

Jan 1, 2015

This is a monthly love letter to the creatures from Toho Studios. A super story with spectacular visuals will leave you wishing these monsters were real, but glad they're not.

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5.0
Gotham Academy #1

Oct 8, 2014

This book looks superior, but reads like last year's model. Having a book set outside the normal crime fighting happenings of Gotham is a terrific idea, but the story has really got to improve if this is to survive.

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9.6
Gotham By Midnight #1

Dec 12, 2014

This is the supernatural horror book DC has been looking for. Gotham has gone supernatural and it's a dream come true for horror fans.

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9.6
Gotham By Midnight #2

Dec 31, 2014

Precinct Thirteen deals with the things beyond the Dark Knight's abilities. The supernatural scares in Gotham by Midnight will chill you to the bone. Outstanding stuff!

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6.0
Green Lantern (2011) #0

Sep 7, 2012

Maybe I was too excited about this, or I've been spoiled for several years on the superior Lantern stories that have happened, but the story so effected my grade. Geoff, you can do so much better.

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10
Green Lantern (2011) #7

Mar 15, 2012

This book continues to show, yet again, why this title gets so much praise. This is the beginning of a new story. If you haven't done so, you should check out the cosmic side of the DC universe now!

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10
Green Lantern (2011) #9

May 16, 2012

This is a classic in the making and should not be missed for any reason! Highest possible recommendation!

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10
Green Lantern (2011) #11

Jul 27, 2012

This revenge is to die for!

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8.4
Green Lantern (2011) #13

Oct 14, 2012

Liking this, but not loving this.

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7.0
Green Lantern (2011) #14

Nov 12, 2012

I'm enjoying all of the spin-off Lantern books more than this book. This book has been outstanding for years, but the slipping continues.

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8.4
Green Lantern (2011) #15

Dec 25, 2012

Better, but this continues to be the weakest of the Lantern books on the shelves.

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8.0
Green Lantern (2011) #16

Feb 1, 2013

Improving, but, still, for a flagship title, this the smallest vessel in the fleet.

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10
Green Lantern (2011) #17

Feb 24, 2013

An outstanding opening that leaves me wanting more!

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9.6
Green Lantern (2011) #18

Mar 10, 2013

I'm so happy to say, after several months, this is a great comic!

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9.6
Green Lantern (2011) #19

Apr 4, 2013

This book is solidly back on track and thundering to a big ending for Johns!

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10
Green Lantern (2011) #20

May 27, 2013

This is the super hero book of the year. Everything elseI read will have to be compared to it. I doubt anything can top this. An absolute must own for anyone who has ever dreamed of being a hero.

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9.0
Green Lantern (2011) #21

Jun 5, 2013

Calm yourselves, Lantern fans. All is well. The adventures of Hal Jordan and his peers continue in fine, fun fashion.

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8.4
Green Lantern (2011) #22

Jul 3, 2013

This issue is a slugfest that sets up a new reoccurring villain. It's good.

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9.6
Green Lantern (2011) #23

Aug 11, 2013

A solid issue showing Hal's leadership abilities, both good and bad. Plus, a good taste of things to come with two newer villains.

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8.0
Green Lantern (2011) #23.1

Sep 8, 2013

I'm glad I read this, but I didn't think it deserved an entire issue to be told or through splash pages.

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10
Green Lantern (2011) #23.2

Sep 18, 2013

The bestVillains Take Over issue yet! This is why comic books are still printed! Highest possible recommendation!

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6.0
Green Lantern (2011) #23.3

Oct 2, 2013

The cover is good, but that's the best part of this book. If you're new to Black Hand you might like this more than I did. If you're familiar with this character, just walk past this.

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8.0
Green Lantern (2011) #24

Oct 6, 2013

Outstanding visuals in a yawner of a saga opener.

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9.6
Green Lantern (2011) #25

Nov 11, 2013

The new direction has begun, but who will tow the line and who won't? I hope this plotline lasts for a while. A solid first step that leaves me wanting to where we're running to next.

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9.0
Green Lantern (2011) #26

Dec 8, 2013

A readable story that leaves me wanting the stronger lanterns from four months ago with excellent visuals. The final panel teases that a Legion of Super-Heroes race may be causing the latest woes for the Corps.

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9.6
Green Lantern (2011) #28

Feb 8, 2014

Fun in every way, and it's continued on the other side! A must try and a must own book.

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7.0
Green Lantern (2011) #30

Apr 3, 2014

Not a strong issue and one that could be avoided and nothing would be lost in the overall war plotline of this series.

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9.6
Green Lantern (2011) #31

May 10, 2014

This is how you open up a crossover series: with a strong story, strong art, strong colors, and strong letters. This is one to pick up.

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9.6
Green Lantern (2011) #32

Jun 5, 2014

An extremely cool winding down to the “Uprising” action, with the villains fracturing in a spectacular way.

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9.6
Green Lantern (2011) #33

Jul 5, 2014

You can enjoy this story without having read any previous issues. If you have read previous issues, this is going to rock you.

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10
Green Lantern (2011) #35

Oct 7, 2014

This book is spectacular. More! More! Now! Now!

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9.6
Green Lantern (2011) #37

Dec 14, 2014

Black Hand was a little corny at times, but he got his evil mojo on. With the addition of this villain, Godhead takes a turn to the epic. Good story with great art.

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7.0
Green Lantern (2011) #40

Mar 8, 2015

The story underwhelms, but the visuals are good.

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9.6
Green Lantern (2011) #41

Jun 16, 2015

This is a different Green Lantern,but he's just as thrilling. If you've never read a Lantern book, here's your jumping in point. You're going to like this.

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9.6
Green Lantern (2011) #42

Jul 5, 2015

With an excellent story and visuals, how could this be anything but successful? This new direction for Hal Jordan is worth pursuing.

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9.0
Green Lantern (2011) #43

Aug 9, 2015

An entertaining reintroduction, but nothing spectacular.

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5.0
Green Lantern (2011) #47

Dec 8, 2015

An illogical story with average visuals make this a rare disappointment.

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3.0
Green Lantern (2011) #48

Jan 17, 2016

The most disappointing Green Lantern comic I've read in years. Not fun for fans or the uninitiated.

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5.0
Green Lantern (2011) #49

Feb 7, 2016

Please start a new story and get a new artist for this series, DC Comics! This issue would not inspire anyone to continue reading it.

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8.0
Green Lantern (2011) Annual #1

Aug 31, 2012

A mixed bag. I loved everything but the Guardians' portion of the book. They're the crux of theentire issue. My fingers are crossed that the story improves.

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9.6
Green Lantern (2011) Annual #2

Nov 4, 2013

I groused paying this much for an annual, but once I read it I was glad I picked it up. This really is the beginning of a new start for the Green Lantern Corps.

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8.0
Green Lantern (2011) Annual #3

Jan 2, 2015

An unconvincing conclusionputs a cloud over the entire Godhead saga, but the art isdecent on this finale. Only for Lantern fans.

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9.6
Green Lantern (2011): Futures End #1

Sep 7, 2014

Much, much better than I expected a crossover could be. My only complaint is that I have to wait five years torevisit these characters and this situation.

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10
Green Lantern Corps (2011) #0

Sep 17, 2012

A must have and must love comic!

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4.0
Green Lantern Corps (2011) #6

Feb 16, 2012

A major misfire (pun intended). Lanterns using automatic weapons, killing people? Did Marvel buy this series out? I expect much better.

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7.0
Green Lantern Corps (2011) #7

Mar 23, 2012

The art brings a good story way down.

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9.6
Green Lantern Corps (2011) #8

Apr 19, 2012

A great comic, and a good time!

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10
Green Lantern Corps (2011) #9

May 18, 2012

Comic perfection!

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9.0
Green Lantern Corps (2011) #11

Jul 27, 2012

The story was the weakest bit just because it doesn't progress much from last issue. If you haven't read Issue #10, you might grade this book higher.

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9.6
Green Lantern Corps (2011) #13

Oct 14, 2012

I'm torn–no pun intended. Should I be loving this “spin-off” more than the original title, 'cause I sure am! Fun and frightening as the dominoes are finally struck.

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9.6
Green Lantern Corps (2011) #14

Nov 18, 2012

This is the best Lantern book in my humble opinion. Guy is wearing his heart on his sleeve and it's breaking mine in the process.

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10
Green Lantern Corps (2011) #15

Dec 13, 2012

Perfection! Who says you have to use a power ring to be a hero?

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10
Green Lantern Corps (2011) #16

Feb 1, 2013

Wow! Who would have thought an unringed lantern could be this darned fun?

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8.4
Green Lantern Corps (2011) #17

Feb 24, 2013

The story didn't grab, but the art, colors, and letters did.

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1.6
Green Lantern Corps (2011) #18

Mar 19, 2013

The more I think about the money I paid for this book, and the previous Lantern titles that just had more of the same, the angrier I get. This was an utter waste. Pretty to look at, but empty as a story. Do not buy.

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9.0
Green Lantern Corps (2011) #19

Apr 12, 2013

A good chapter in this saga, but the antagonist is still too unclear.

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10
Green Lantern Corps (2011) #20

May 13, 2013

This is my pick of the week for best book. Beautiful, wonderful perfection.

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9.6
Green Lantern Corps (2011) #21

Jun 22, 2013

This was a great read and had great art. The only thing missing from this corps is you reading it!

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9.6
Green Lantern Corps (2011) #22

Jul 13, 2013

Action, espionage, drama, and laughs. All that's missing is you!

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10
Green Lantern Corps (2011) #23

Aug 19, 2013

The best Lantern book out today! Highest possible recommendation!

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10
Green Lantern Corps (2011) #24

Nov 4, 2013

Wow! Just get this already!

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8.0
Green Lantern Corps (2011) #26

Dec 15, 2013

Love the art, bored by the story. I want lanterns to use rings, not begrudge their use.

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9.0
Green Lantern Corps (2011) #27

Jan 19, 2014

The tension mounts as forces come together to make war on the Corps and I'm thoroughly enjoying this.