Steven Martinez's Comic Reviews

Reviewer For: Sequential Planet Reviews: 158
7.4Avg. Review Rating

9.0
Absolute Carnage (2019) #2

Sep 4, 2019

Absolute Carnage (2019-) #2 feels shorter than the first issue (because it is) but continues to deliver the same caliber of story as the first issue with amazing art on top of it all.

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6.7
Action Comics (2016) #1004

Oct 24, 2018

Action Comics #1004 puts the spotlight on the relationship between Clark Kent and Lois Lane. The overall story is okay, with nothing too dramatic happening, but the art in this issue really stands out in a good way.

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8.2
Age of X-Man: Omega #1

Jul 22, 2019

Age of X-Man Omega (2019-) #1 has the large task of wrapping up the multiple storylines that make up the Age of X-Man event, but does so in a satisfying way, with fantastic art and coloring.

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8.8
Amazing Spider-Man (2018) #18.HU

Apr 3, 2019

The Amazing Spider-Man (2018-) #18.HU takes D-list villain Gibbon and makes him a sympathetic and relatable character. Fantastic standalone story and great art.

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7.0
Ant-Man & The Wasp (2018) #3

Jul 7, 2018

Mark Waid and Javier Garron give us another fun issue, in a mini-series that's better than the movie tie in that it could have been.

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7.3
Ant-Man & The Wasp (2018) #4

Aug 3, 2018

With a good story and art to match, Ant-Man & The Wasp #4 is another in an incredibly enjoyable mini-series.

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7.7
Ant-Man & The Wasp (2018) #5

Sep 7, 2018

Ant-Man & The Wasp #5 is a satisfying conclusion to a well written, well drawn miniseries.

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6.8
Aquaman (2016) #39

Aug 18, 2018

The story is a little predictable, but the characters make Aquaman #39 a fun installment in DC's latest crossover event.

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7.0
Archie (2015) #705

Jun 16, 2019

Archie (2015-) #705 has good art, but the story mostly teases at future plot points, without moving the story forward.

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8.5
Archie (2015) #707

Sep 11, 2019

Archie (2015-) #707 provides us the backstory of Archie and Sabrina's relationship with each other. While we could've assumed what had happened, it's still a cute and fun story of teenage romance, with art that matches the story perfectly.

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8.2
Archie vs. Predator II #1

Jul 31, 2019

Archie vs. Predator II (2019-) #1 could have been the same story as the first Archie vs. Predator, but instead, it embraces more of the strange and supernatural elements that Archie Comics have. An interesting start to the story and fantastic art make this worth reading.

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8.7
Assassin Nation #1

Mar 17, 2019

With both a great writer and artist behind it, Assassination Nation (2019-) #1 has an interesting story with good humor, and great art.

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8.5
Assassin Nation #5

Jul 17, 2019

The final issue in the series, Assassin Nation #5 continues to deliver the over the top action and characters it's given us since the beginning, with fantastic art by Erica Henderson.

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5.3
Assassinistas #6

Jul 7, 2018

The final issue of Assassinistas is far from perfect. But if you've been a fan of this series you'll enjoy this final issue.

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7.3
Avengers (2018) #4

Jul 4, 2018

With some funny, if not unusual and short, character moments from the team, Avengers #4 moves the story forward with an interesting narrative and good art.

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7.2
Avengers (2018) #5

Jul 18, 2018

Avengers #5 builds towards the conclusion of this first story, with good writing by Jason Aaron, and great art by Paco Medina & Ed Mcguiness.

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7.2
Avengers (2018) #6

Aug 22, 2018

Avengers #6 feels rushed in some places, but otherwise delivers a solid ending to this first story arc.

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7.2
Avengers (2018) #7

Sep 5, 2018

Avengers #7 breaks from the modern day story to tell the origin of the Ghost Rider. The story is good and self-contained, with great art that fits the story well.

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7.5
Avengers (2018) #8

Sep 20, 2018

Avengers #8 slows down a bit to let us catch our breath between story arcs. The characters interacting carry the story, and the art is great.

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7.3
Avengers (2018) #9

Oct 10, 2018

Avengers #9 sees the team head under the sea to face off against old friend and former teammate Namor. There's a good story, and fantastic art and colors.

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7.5
Avengers (2018) #10

Nov 14, 2018

For the occasion, Avengers #700 is packed with a longer story and three backup stories. While the backups are future plotlines being set up, the main story s great and continues the ongoing Namor arc. The art is good, with multiple artists and styles throughout the issue.

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7.5
Avengers (2018) #11

Dec 12, 2018

Avengers #11 has some good character moments and great art, but feels more like a subtle advertisement for future stories still to come.

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6.3
Avengers (2018) #12

Jan 9, 2019

Avengers (2018-) #12 inteoduces us to the "Agents of Wakanda" and pulls deep from Marvel's pool of characters. The art is good, but the story and issue feel like filler.

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7.2
Avengers (2018) #16

Mar 6, 2019

Avengers (2018-) #16 is a little light on moving the plot forward, but makes up for it with great art and action.

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7.8
Avengers (2018) #17

Mar 20, 2019

Avengers (2018-) #17 gives us an ending for the "Vampire Civil War" story arc. The ending itself isn't the strongest, but the story is good, and the art is fantastic.

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8.5
Avengers (2018) #19

May 22, 2019

Avengers (2019-) #19 focuses on Gorilla-Man and shows us a "behind the scenes" look at the events of War of the Realms, as well as giving some developments to the previous Avengers story, with fantastic art on top of it all.

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8.8
Avengers (2018) #20

Jun 26, 2019

Avengers (2018-) #20 shines a spotlight on Jennifer Walters, She-Hulk, and does a great job progressing her character forward, all with great art.

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6.8
Avengers (2018) #21

Jul 14, 2019

Avengers (2018-) #21 doesn't introduce any new story elements, and goes over previous and future happenings. There's some funny moments, but mostly is just a re-cap of the story and where the characters are. The art is good, but doesn't entirely match some of the story.

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8.7
Avengers (2018) #22

Aug 1, 2019

Avengers #22 is a great start to the new arc, bringing back characters that have been missing in action in comics for almost a year, with fantastic art and writing.

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7.3
Avengers (2018) #23

Aug 30, 2019

Avengers #23 continues to put the spotlight on Robbie Reyes, Ghost Rider, as he races Johnny Blaze in hell. Both a good story and good art make Avengers #23 a comic worth reading.

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7.7
Avengers (2018): Halloween Special #1

Oct 31, 2018

In the spirit of the holiday, Avengers Halloween Special #1 gives us five short stories that are darker in tone, but fun concepts. Even with limited pages, each story is well written and to the point, and the art for each has a different style to separate each story from the next.

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7.8
Avengers: No Road Home #1

Feb 13, 2019

Avengers: No Road Home #1 is a great start for this limited series. The art is fantastic, and the character selection is good. The main story isn't explored too much but sets up enough for what's to come.

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6.7
Avengers: No Road Home #7

Mar 27, 2019

Avengers: No Road Home (2019-) #7 has good art, and moves the story forward a but, but ulultimately isn't the best issue so far.

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8.2
Batman (2016) #56

Oct 3, 2018

Batman #56 shows us Batman on a mission of vengeance, tracking down the man who shot Nightwing. A good story being told with great art.

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7.2
Batman (2016) #73

Jun 19, 2019

Batman (2016-) #73 continues Bane's master plan to break the Bat, this time involving Thomas Wayne, Batman's father. Fantastic art and a good, straightforward story, but some characters acting out of character does occur.

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9.2
Batman (2016) #77

Aug 24, 2019

Batman (2016-) #77 tells two tales, with fantastic art, before culminating in a tense ending that will have people talking. A must read for fans of the series, and Batman in general.

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6.0
Betty & Veronica (2018) #2

Jan 30, 2019

Betty & Veronica (2018-) #2 continues the story of the titular best friends in their senior year of high school. The story uses often used story tropes and cliches, and the art isn't the greatest, but it still gives a fun, enjoyable story.

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7.0
Betty & Veronica (2018) #5

May 8, 2019

Betty & Veronica (2019-) #5 shows the two friends navigate their way through high school graduation, and the problems that can come with it. Some plot points are solved too conveniently, but otherwise a fun final issue for the mini-series.

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7.7
Black Panther and the Agents of Wakanda #1

Sep 18, 2019

Black Panther and the Agents of Wakanda #1 has a story that isn't entirely new, and good art, but has a strong presence with its mix of mainstream and out of the way characters.

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7.0
Black Widow (2019) #1

Jan 16, 2019

Black Widow (2019-) #1 is a good start to the miniseries. The story is fun, but doesn't pick up until the second half of the issue. The art is good, but the style doesn't exactly match up with the tone.

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7.2
Bully Wars #4

Dec 4, 2018

Bully Wars #4 sees the start of the Bully Wars with our main characters in the middle of it trying to win. A fun story with good characters and great art.

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9.0
Captain America (2018) #1

Jul 5, 2018

Ta-Nehisi Coates writes a modern and relevant Captain America story that doesn't shy away from recent history, with detailed and expressive art by Leinil Francis Yu that matches the tone and feel exceptionally well.

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5.7
Captain America (2018) #2

Aug 1, 2018

Captain America #2 follows the same path as the first issue, with almost no deviations. The art is good and Coates understands Cap, but the story itself doesn't go anywhere.

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7.7
Captain America (2018) #3

Sep 7, 2018

Captain America #3 teams Cap with Black Panther. The art is good and the story moves forward more than the previous issue.

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8.2
Captain America (2018) Annual #1

Sep 20, 2018

Along with good art from Chris Sprouse and Ron Lim, Tini Howard tells a great story that captures who Captain America is.

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7.8
Conan the Barbarian (2019) #4

Mar 9, 2019

Conan The Barbarian (2019-) #4 gives us an entertaining story of Conan acting as a vigilante, with great art that matches the tone.

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7.0
Cosmic Ghost Rider Destroys Marvel History #1

Mar 6, 2019

Cosmic Ghost Rider Destroys Marvel History #1 sees the character invade the history of the Fantastic Four with a lot of jokes and hints at the larger story to come, as well as good art.

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4.8
Damage #8

Aug 18, 2018

Damage #8 adds a new character into the mix, but otherwise doesn't do anything we haven't seen in the series so far.

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6.7
Daredevil (2015) #606

Aug 8, 2018

The start of a new story arc, Daredevil #606 is a solid issue in one of Marvel's most solid series.

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7.2
Daredevil (2015) #607

Aug 22, 2018

Daredevil #607 continues the mystery of why and how Mike Murdoch is suddenly real with great character interaction and art.

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8.2
Daredevil (2019) #6

May 29, 2019

Daredevil (2019-) #6 continues the story of Matt Murdock quitting the superhero life, and shows us what happens when Daredevil isn't around. Good story and art make this a comic people should be reading.

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7.5
DCeased #1

May 1, 2019

DCeased #1 is a good start to the event, with a really solid story and good art.

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6.2
DCeased #3

Jul 4, 2019

DCeased (2019-) #3 continues the story of this zombie apocalypse in the DC Universe, but at a shuffling pace that a zombie can keep up with. The art is good in some places, matching the tone of the story, but lacking details in others.

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8.7
DCeased: A Good Day To Die #1

Sep 4, 2019

DCeased: A Good Day to Die (2019-) #1 is simply one of the best tie-ins to a comic book event.

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7.0
Dead Man Logan #1

Dec 1, 2018

Dead Man Logan #1 starts the march to Old Man Logan's demise. The story isn't completely new, but the art and characters make it work.

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7.2
Deadpool: Assassin #5

Aug 18, 2018

Filled with great art, and a good story, Deadpool Assassin #5 is an entertaining penultimate issue to the mini-series.

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6.5
Deadpool: Assassin #6

Sep 5, 2018

Deadpool Assassin #6 has good looking art, but feels short and leaves on a bit of a downbeat while wrapping up the story.

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7.2
Dick Tracy: Dead or Alive #2

Nov 20, 2018

Dick Tracey Dead or Alive #2 is a fun comic. The story is fairly straightforward, and not anything really original, but the characters are fun and the art is fantastic.

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6.3
Dry County #5

Jul 17, 2018

Handling both writing and art, Rich Tommaso delivers an unusual but enjoyable ending to Dry County.

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8.3
Fantastic Four (2018) #5

Dec 26, 2018

Fantastic Four #5 gives us three stories surrounding the wedding of The Thing, including the wedding itself. Good stories, and great art all throughout the issue.

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7.3
Flash (2016) #50

Jul 17, 2018

Flash #50 is a satisfying conclusion to the "Flash War" story arc and sets the stage for stories to come.

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7.3
Green Arrow (2016) #42

Jul 4, 2018

Mairghread Scott and Matthew Clark tell a well written Green Arrow story, with art that is just short of a bullseye.

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6.5
Green Arrow (2016) #43

Aug 4, 2018

Green Arrow is in good hands with a new creative team, that builds on the recent history of the character and his supporting cast.

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6.5
Green Arrow (2016) #44

Sep 13, 2018

Green Arrow #44 is the second issue under the new creative team, and while it is a good issue, nothing stands out from it.

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6.8
Green Arrow (2016) #46

Nov 7, 2018

A lot happens in Green Arrow #46, and it suffers from a quicker pace because of it. The art is great and makes the characters stand out in this style.

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7.8
Green Arrow (2016) #50

Mar 9, 2019

Green Arrow (2016-) #50 is a finale filled with intimate character moments and lots of action.

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8.0
Gwenpool Strikes Back #1

Aug 20, 2019

Gwenpool Strikes Back (2019-) #1 takes everyone's favorite fourth wall breaker to some familiar ground, trying to stay relevant in the Marvel Universe by gaining super powers. The art is great, and Leah Williams has a good handle on the character. The story is fun, but not anything entirely new.

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6.5
Hulkverines #1

Feb 20, 2019

Hulkverines (2019-) #1 gives us a fight between the Hulk and Weapon H. The story is a little thin, but holds up. The art is spotty in some aspects, but for the most is good and enjoyable.

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5.7
Hulkverines #3

Apr 30, 2019

Hulkverines #3 concludes the miniseries, but doesn't have a very solid ending, and lacks in some places with the art.

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9.2
Ice Cream Man #13

Aug 1, 2019

Ice Cream Man (2018-) #13 takes on an ambitious task of being a complete palindrome, and succeeds at its task. The art is great and reflects the tones of the story, and the story itself is engaging and carries the same darker tones as the rest of the series.

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6.3
Infinite Dark #2

Nov 14, 2018

Infinite Dark #2 continues the story of a murder after the end of the universe. The story is still interesting, but besides the main character, everyone else feels flat. The art is good and captures the bleak vibe, but the characters lack expression throughout.

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6.3
Infinity Wars (2018) #1

Aug 5, 2018

Though it's not without its problems, Infinity Wars #1 has good art, and a story full of potential and is a good start to Marvel's latest comic book event.

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6.2
Infinity Wars: Ghost Panther #1

Nov 24, 2018

Infinity Wars Ghost Panther #1 introduces us to a mix of Black Panther and Ghost Rider, the Ghost Panther. The story is simple and straight forward, but the fun comes in the mash-up characters. The art style lacks details in some places but shines during the action/fight scenes.

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7.2
Infinity Wars: Iron Hammer #1

Oct 4, 2018

Infinity Warps Iron Hammer #1 combines Tony Stark and Thor into one character, in a well-written story with great art.

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7.7
Infinity Wars: Weapon Hex #1

Oct 22, 2018

The Infinity Wars Event has brought us a lot of "warped" characters, but Weapon Hex is the best one so far. The story isn't bad, but it is pretty straightforward. Even so, the art and number of warped characters make up for it, and make this comic wroth reading.

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9.3
Invaders (2019) #6

Jun 20, 2019

Invaders #6 concludes the first story arc in dramatic fashion. Amazing storytelling and characterization, and fantastic art make it a comic book everyone should be reading.

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7.3
Jessica Jones (2018) #1

Jul 21, 2018

With a good creative team behind it, Jessica Jones #1 & 2 give us an interesting story that keeps the interest and mystery high, with art that matches.

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8.3
Jughead's Time Police #1

Jun 13, 2019

Jughead's TIme Police (2019-) #1 is a fun and funny comic, with great dialogue, and some good art, that Archie Comics fans will certainly enjoy.

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8.5
Jughead's Time Police #3

Aug 24, 2019

Jughead's Time Police (2019-) #3 continues as we follow Jughead traveling through time, and in this issue, running from the Time Police. Fun, interesting story, and fantastic art.

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6.7
Justice League (2018) #16

Jan 23, 2019

Justice League #16 has fantastic art behind it but throws a lot of new information without expanding on it, before ending a little too quickly.

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7.7
Justice League (2018) #25

Jun 10, 2019

Justice League (2018-) #25 concludes the "Sixth Dimension" storyline with some fantastic art and story moments. The Year of the Villain setup in the back half of the issue does its job setting up the event, but has some clunky dialogue in it.

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6.8
Luke Cage (2018) #1

Aug 18, 2018

A standard story with a new twist on the character, Luke Cage #1 & 2 is a good interesting start the latest in Marvel's Fresh Start.

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7.5
Man Without Fear (2019) #1

Jan 2, 2019

Man Without Fear #1 is the first issue in a five part series about Daredevil and what it means to be the man without fear. The story is good and the art is fantastic.

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7.5
Mars Attacks (2018) #3

Dec 26, 2018

Mars Attacks #3 continues the tale of a father and son trying to survive an alien invasion. The relationship between the two steals the show, along with great art.

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8.0
Mars Attacks (2018) #5

Feb 19, 2019

Mars Attacks (2018-) #5 gives us the last installment in the story of the Carbutt boys. A satisfying conclusion to the story, with great art and visuals.

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8.5
Marvel Comics #1000

Sep 4, 2019

Marvel Comics (2019-) #1000 is a comic packed full of writers and artists each telling their own one page story of Marvel history. On top of that Al Ewing and even more art teams weave a tale throughout that sets up future events to come. A great celebration of Marvel Comics and the characters and history that make it great.

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7.0
Marvel Knights: 20th #6

Jan 30, 2019

Marvel Knights 20th (2018-) #6 gives us a solid ending and great art for the end of the miniseries.

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7.0
Nancy Drew (2018) #2

Jul 13, 2018

In the case of Nacy Drew #2 the answer comes in the form of a well written, entertaining story, and art that makes the reading all the more enjoyable.

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6.7
Nancy Drew (2018) #3

Aug 11, 2018

Putting the overall story to the backseat, Nancy Drew #3 focuses more on the characters and does a good job of it, being another enjoyable issue in the series.

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7.5
Nancy Drew (2018) #4

Sep 14, 2018

Nancy Drew #4 picks up the story immediately from the end of the previous issue. The story is good, the characters are likable, and the art and colors are eye-catching.

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8.0
Old Man Hawkeye #7

Jul 20, 2018

Old Man Hawkeye delivers shock and awe with great art from Ibraim Roberson, and excellent storytelling from writer Ethan Sacks.

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7.8
Old Man Hawkeye #9

Sep 29, 2018

Old Man Hawkeye continues the tale of Hawkeye's revenge. Great story and characters, with art and colors that bring out the feel of the wasteland.

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7.0
Old Man Hawkeye #12

Dec 26, 2018

Old Man Hawkeye #12 sees Hawkeye's journey of vengeance come to an end. The art is good with clean action, with a couple of minor gripes. The story is good, but a little bogged down with references to the Old Man Logan series.

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7.3
Old Man Quill #1

Feb 6, 2019

Old Man Quill (2019-) #1 sees Old Man Peter Quill team up with the Guardians of the Galaxy for one final mission. The art and character designs are great. The story is a little lacking, but leaves enough to keep you hooked.

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6.7
Punks Not Dead #6

Jul 25, 2018

The story starts to take off, and with art as Punks Not Dead #6 feels slow, but ends strong, setting up the story yet to come. If you've been a fan of this series you won't be disappointed.

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7.0
Redneck #13

Jul 25, 2018

A slow but refreshing start to a new story arc, Redneck #13 continues to tell an interesting and entertaining story about Vampires in Texas.

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7.2
Redneck #14

Aug 21, 2018

Redneck #14 feels a little slow paced, but does a good job of diving deeper into this world of vampires.

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8.5
Redneck #17

Nov 27, 2018

In Redneck #17 we take a jump in time to see a well-done vampire wedding. Great story, character development, and art all around.

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8.7
Redneck #19

Apr 24, 2019

Redneck #19 continues the ongoing saga of the Bowman family and sees them leave Texas for Mexico. Good story and characters, with fantastic art and colors.

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7.3
Rick and Morty #39

Jul 2, 2018

Rick and Morty #39 is an enjoyable, but average issue, that follows the standard Rick and Morty Formula, that delivers some funny gags and jokes.

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7.3
Rick and Morty #40

Jul 26, 2018

Rick and Morty #40 is an entertaining and funny issue that Rick and Morty fans are sure to enjoy.

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7.5
Rick and Morty #43

Nov 7, 2018

Rick and Morty #43 has a plot that's straightforward, and good art that doesn't do anything too crazy, but makes up for it with the humor and characters. The backup story as well cuts to the point, but has jokes and art that work.

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5.5
Rick and Morty #44

Nov 27, 2018

Rick and Morty #44 shows us the first adventure of the Vindicators team, and it has its moments, but unfortunately lacks a lot of the satirical tone of the show.

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5.7
Rick and Morty #47

Feb 27, 2019

Rick and Morty (2015-) #47 has some really great art, but the main story and backup don't do anything new or exciting.

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6.5
Rick and Morty Presents: Jerry #1

Mar 17, 2019

Rick and Morty Presents: Jerry #1 has great art, and a solid first half of the story. But the second half takes a turn and the story drags on longer than necessary.

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4.2
Rick and Morty Presents: Pickle Rick #1

Nov 20, 2018

Rick and Morty Presents Pickle Rick #1 has good art, and a few funny jokes, but mostly revisits things from the show without making them new or exciting in any way.

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7.0
Sabrina the Teenage Witch (2019) #1

Mar 27, 2019

Sabrina The Teenage Witch (2019-) #1 Is a good start to the new series with great art, and a good story that has some tropes, but sets up enough to keep it interesting.

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7.8
Sabrina the Teenage Witch (2019) #5

Sep 18, 2019

Sabrina the Teenage Witch #5 wraps up the story in a fun way and teases what's to come with great art that catches the tone of the story.

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7.7
Savage Avengers (2019) #1

May 7, 2019

Savage Avengers (2019-) #1 throws Conan The Barbarian into the Marvel Universe and onto a new team of Aveng ers. The story isn't the most original idea, but the art more than makes up for it.

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8.3
Savage Avengers (2019) #3

Jul 4, 2019

Savage Avengers (2019-) #3 sees the entire team unofficially come together to stop Kulan Gath. Some great character moments, and fantastic art throughout the entire issue.

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8.2
Savage Avengers (2019) #4

Aug 7, 2019

Savage Avengers #4 is one of the most fun comics to read, while still being one of the darker ones coming from Marvel. The story is good, but the characters and the art really make it shine.

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6.7
Scooby Apocalypse #27

Jul 13, 2018

Solid writing and art, Scooby Apocalypse #27 brings Scrappy-Doo back in the fold, in an issue that focuses more on character over action, as well as another good entry in the Secret Squirrel back-up story.

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7.2
Scooby Apocalypse #28

Aug 8, 2018

The main Scooby story and the Secret Squirrel backup are both written well and have art to match the tones, making Scooby Apocalypse #28 another fantastic issue in the series.

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7.5
Scooby Apocalypse #29

Sep 15, 2018

With both good storytelling and art, Scooby Apocalypse #29 shows us Fred Jones coming back to life, and an end to the Secret Squirrel backup stories.

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7.8
Scooby Apocalypse #30

Oct 13, 2018

Scooby Apocalypse #30 has a couple of heavier moments, but is balanced out with some humor, good writing, and great art, as well as a new Atom Ant Backup that provides more than a few laughs.

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7.7
Scooby Apocalypse #31

Nov 22, 2018

Scooby Apocalypse #31 continues the post-apocalypse adventures of the Mystery Inc gang, and brings new character developments for them. The Atom Ant backup story is funny, and the art for both is great.

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7.3
Scooby Apocalypse #32

Dec 13, 2018

Scooby Apocalypse #32 gives us the continued post-apocalyptic adventures of the Mystery Inc. gang. Great story and good art. The backup story is entertaining and funny with great art as well.

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6.0
Scooby Apocalypse #36

Apr 11, 2019

The final issue in the series, Scooby Apocalypse #36 stuffs in a lot of plot to finish the series on a satisfactory note, but feels very rushed.

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7.2
Secret Warps: Soldier Supreme Annual #1

Jul 9, 2019

Infinity Warps: Soldier Supreme Annual (2019-) #1 takes us back to the warp universe, and gives us a familiar feeling story with the warped characters. The art is good, and the story is fun, if not a little familiar feeling.

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9.2
She Could Fly: The Lost Pilot #1

Apr 9, 2019

She Could Fly: The Lost Pilot #1 is a great continuation of the story from the original series, with the same fantastic art.

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8.8
She Could Fly: The Lost Pilot #5

Aug 20, 2019

She Could Fly: The Lost Pilot (2019-) #5 has fantastic art and color, and even though the story feels a little rushes, it serves as a great conclusion to the story and the characters.

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7.2
Spider-Geddon #3

Nov 12, 2018

In Spider-Geddon #3 the two factions of Spider-Men take the fight to the Inheritors. The main plot isn't the strongest, but the art is good, and the highlight is the many different versions of Spider-Man interacting together.

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6.8
Spider-Gwen: Ghost-Spider (2018) #1

Oct 26, 2018

Spider-Gwen Ghost Spider #1 is the start of a new series, but stars a familiar face with familiar feelings. The story is a tie in but is semi-self contained, and the art is reminiscent of the old series without feeling like a copy of it.

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7.0
Suicide Squad (2016) #46

Sep 15, 2018

The third part in the "Sink Atlantis!" crossover, Suicide Squad #46 continues the fight between the Suicide Squad and Aquaman for the continued survival of Atlantis.

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6.8
The Best Defense: Defenders #1

Dec 19, 2018

Defenders: The Best Defense #1 sees the original team in a cosmic crossover to save the Earth. The story is a little underwhelming with a lot of moving parts, but the art is fantastic and the best part of the issue.

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7.8
The Best Defense: Namor #1

Dec 8, 2018

Namor: The Best Defense has a good story, good characters, and great art. Definitely worth reading.

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6.0
The Silencer #7

Jul 30, 2018

The story isn't the best, but with good art and dialogue, The Silencer #7 is another good, if slightly underwhelming, issue.

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6.8
The Silencer #8

Aug 24, 2018

The Silencer #8 adds a new element to the story that's sure to keep things interesting going forward.

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8.2
The Silencer #12

Jan 2, 2019

The Silencer #12 sees the end of the Leviathan civil war, and the close of the series second story arc. Good writing and characters, and some of the best art the series has seen.

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7.5
The Silencer #16

Apr 24, 2019

The Silencer (2018-) #16 sets a course for the ending of the series, with a good story and great art.

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8.7
The Silencer #18

Jun 29, 2019

The Silencer (2018-) #18 is the final issue in the series, and delivers a good ending for the character, with some great art.

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5.5
The Silencer Annual #1

Sep 5, 2018

The Silencer Annual #1 has some of the better art for the series, but a story that lacks any real impact.

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7.7
The Unstoppable Wasp (2018) #1

Oct 17, 2018

The Unstoppable Wasp #1 feels less like a new series, and more like a continuation of the old series. The story is a little too straightforward, but the characters are great, and the art is the highlight of the issue.

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6.5
Titans (2016) #30

Dec 2, 2018

Titans #30 feels like a filler issue, with not too much happening, but is carried by good art and the characters interacting.

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6.8
Uncanny X-Men (2018) #12

Feb 20, 2019

Uncanny X-Men (2018-) #12 continues the story of recently revived Cyclops and Wolverine after the fall of the X-Men. The story and characters are good, the art is mostly good, but not without some rough spots here and there.

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7.3
Uncanny X-Men (2018) #19

Jun 10, 2019

Uncanny X-Men (2018-) #19 follows Emma Frost through the events of the series since its start. The issue gives us a good alternate viewpoint for the story and sheds some light on some of the events. The art, for the most part, is good and helps tell the story well.

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8.8
War of the Realms #2

Apr 18, 2019

War of the Realms #2 has beautiful art and colors, and the story doesn't let off the gas in terms of how big the story feels, living up to its event status.

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9.2
War of the Realms #4

May 15, 2019

War of the Realms (2019-) #4 tells the tale of Lady Freyja and her defense of the Black Bifrost against the Dark Elves. Fantastic storytelling and amazing art.

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9.0
War of the Realms #5

Jun 5, 2019

War of the Realms (2019-) #5 is full of beautiful art and fun combinations of characters defending Earth, but doesn't move the story too far forward.

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6.3
War of the Realms: Omega #1

Jul 17, 2019

War of the Realms Omega #1 shows us the fate of four characters after the War of the Realms is over. More of a launching point/teaser for new series releasing later in the year. The art and stories range from fine to good, but mostly this issue can be skipped without missing too much.

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6.2
Weapon H #6

Aug 18, 2018

With a new artist and likeable characters, Weapon H #6 continues to be an enjoyable book.

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8.3
West Coast Avengers (2018) #3

Nov 5, 2018

West Coast Avengers #3 sees the team defend the city against B.R.O.D.O.K. and his giants. The story moves at a good pace, with no filler. The characters are all in character, and the art is great, and nails the tone of the series.

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7.5
West Coast Avengers (2018) #9

Mar 20, 2019

West Coast Avengers (2018-) #9 is a little light on advancing the plot forward, and focuses more on the characters instead. Good story and great art.

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6.7
West Coast Avengers (2018) #10

Apr 18, 2019

Being the final issue in the series, West Coast Avengers #10 ties up the running plot, but feels rushed in doing so.

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7.2
Wet Hot American Summer #1

Nov 6, 2018

Wet Hot American Summer adapts the world of Camp Firewood to a comic book format well. The story is straightforward, but it is carried by the humor and jokes, and has art that fits the tone and spirit of the book.

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7.2
What If? (2018): Spider-Man #1

Oct 4, 2018

What If? Spider-Man #1 answers the question "What if Flash Thompson became Spider-Man?" with a great story, dark tone, and fantastic art.

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6.3
What If? (2018): Punisher #1

Oct 15, 2018

What if Peter Parker Became the Punisher #1 answers the question in the form of a solid story, and art, but leaves a little bit to be desired in both.

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6.7
Winter Soldier (2018) #1

Dec 5, 2018

Winter Soldier #1 has an interesting premise and is a good start for it. The art isn't bad but doesn't exactly match the tone of the comic.

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8.7
Wonder Twins (2019) #1

Feb 13, 2019

Wonder Twins #1 is a great start for the mini-series. Mark Russell hits the nail on the head with the humor and story, and Stephen Byrne delivers fantastic art throughout the entire issue.

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10
Wonder Twins (2019) #4

May 8, 2019

Wonder Twins (2019-) #4 tells a story that is is hilarious, and heartful and relatable, along with fantastic art and colors, making it a comic everyone should be reading.

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8.5
Wonder Twins (2019) #6

Jul 17, 2019

Wonder Twins #6 has a little bit more of a serious tone than previous issues, but still fits in some of the same humor, and the always fantastic art.

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9.3
Wonder Twins (2019) #7

Sep 18, 2019

After taking a short hiatus, Wonder Twins #7 returns in full form, with a story that's at times touching and funny, and art that is at the top of its game.

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7.0
X-23 (2018) #1

Jul 14, 2018

With a new creative team and story, X-23 #1 brings the characters we know into another fantastic issue for Marvel's "Fresh Start" realunch.

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6.5
X-23 (2018) #2

Jul 27, 2018

X-23 #2 is less exciting than the first issue but moves the story along at a nice pace.

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6.8
X-23 (2018) #3

Aug 29, 2018

Feeling like a continuation of the previous series, X-23 #3 has good art, and a good story that moves at a fast pace, that can feel a little too fast.

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8.0
X-23 (2018) #4

Sep 14, 2018

X-23 #4 continues the story of Laura vs the Stepford Cuckoos. Mariko Tamaki's story is strong, and Juann Cabal's art pushes it to another level.

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6.2
X-Men: Gold (2017) #32

Jul 20, 2018

X-Men Gold #32 continues the story of the mind-controlled Rachel Summers as we move closer to the end of the series.

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6.3
Young Justice (2019) #4

Apr 7, 2019

Young Justice #4 has great art, but a lackluster story.

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