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Dark Knight III: The Master Race #6

By: Brian Azzarello, Andy Kubert
Released: Oct 19, 2016

Is Gotham City ready for a new Batgirl?

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Batman Beyond: Rebirth #1

By: Dan Jurgens, Ryan Sook
Released: Sep 28, 2016

Six months have passed since the events of BATMAN BEYOND #16. While areas of destruction remain in the outside world, Gotham City has made great strides toward reclaiming its bright future. But new threats arise and old adversaries may be coming back. And the question still remains: whatever happened to Bruce Wayne?

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CriticWithNoName added Jughead (2015) to their pull list Sep 13, 2016

Jughead (2015)

In the grand tradition of comic book reboots like Archie #1, Archie Comics proudly presents Jughead #1 from the comics dream team of Chip Zdarsky (Howard the Duck) and Erica Henderson (The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl)! Riverdale High provides a quality education and quality hot lunches, but when one of those is tampered with, Jughead Jones swears veng...

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CriticWithNoName added Archie (2015) to their pull list Sep 13, 2016

Archie (2015)

Comic superstars Mark Waid and Fiona Staples reimagine an icon! Change is coming to Riverdale in this can't-miss kick-off to Archie's new ongoing series! Familiar faces return in new and unexpected ways in this must-have #1 issue! As the new school year approaches, you'd think Archie Andrews would be looking forward to classes and fun-but nothing i...

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CriticWithNoName reviewed Jughead #9 Sep 12, 2016

It's always a gamble to read a book that reboots or re-imagines a classic character but in this case it works!

Jughead #9

By: Ryan North, Derek Charm
Released: Sep 7, 2016

Sabrina makes her debut in the New Riverdale and things are about to get insane! Pop Tate's has a new mascot: it's a lady in a burger costume with a giant burger for a head!  And she never takes off that giant burger head!  And she and Jughead really hit it off, probably for that very reason! But is it possible Bur...

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Jeff Steinberg: Champion of Earth #1

By: Joshua Fialkov, Tony Fleecs
Released: Aug 3, 2016

The double-sized debut issue of the new sci-fi-rom-com-dram-actioner from the writer of THE BUNKER and the artist of MY LITTLE PONY--wait, really? Okay. INVASION! Aliens are real. They're here, they're mean and they're standing in judgement over the citizens of Earth. Final countdown. Representing humanity (by some fluke) is your boy Jeff Steinberg...

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Jeff Steinberg: Champion of Earth #1

By: Joshua Fialkov, Tony Fleecs
Released: Aug 3, 2016

The double-sized debut issue of the new sci-fi-rom-com-dram-actioner from the writer of THE BUNKER and the artist of MY LITTLE PONY--wait, really? Okay. INVASION! Aliens are real. They're here, they're mean and they're standing in judgement over the citizens of Earth. Final countdown. Representing humanity (by some fluke) is your boy Jeff Steinberg...

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For those Edgar Rice Burroughs fans, this book is a beautiful mash up of John Carter and, well, big foot. I wish the emphasis had been more on Bigfoot, but it is still a very enjoyable read!

Bigfoot: Sword of the Earthman #1

By: Josh S. Henaman, Andy Taylor
Released: Dec 2, 2015

The epic saga begins! High adventure on a distant planet of dinosaurs, warlords, kingdoms and sorcery, where Earth's legendary Bigfoot finds himself in a battle to defeat the ruthless emperor of a barbarian planet! The dying planet needed a hero... what they got was a sasquatch!

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CriticWithNoName reviewed Lucas Stand #3 Sep 9, 2016

Boom has a long and glorious history of, ahem, "paying homage" to other people's works. When "The Martian" came out, Boom has a series about stranded astronauts on Venus. At least they changed the planet... Now here's a book that gets to ride the coattails of the old TV show Brimstone and any other period show they can think of (in this issue it's Deadwood). It's not worth your time and if you'r more

Lucas Stand #3

By: Kurt Sutter, Jesus Hervas
Released: Aug 17, 2016

Lucas heads to Deadwood circa 1879 and begins to question Gadriel's motives.

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How in the world did they make a slow paced, unfunny Rick and Morty book?!?!? Issue 1 had promise but issue 2 does not deliver. The jokes, if you can call them that, appear to benothing more than drawing people with starry eyes. This book is not anywhere near as funny as the show and given how devoid of humor it is, I can only guess that trying to be funny was not even one of their goals.

Rick and Morty: Lil' Poopy Superstar #2

By: Sarah Graley, Marc Ellerby
Released: Aug 31, 2016

Mr. Poopybutthole lets Summer Smith in on an industry secret: that being a huge TV and movie star isn't what it's cracked up to be! He should know after all, seeing as he was this dimension's biggest Lil' Poopy Superstar until he mysteriously went missing! Together Summer and Mr. Poopybutthole must work together to avoid savage fans, sneak into bui...

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CriticWithNoName reviewed Skybourne #1 Sep 9, 2016

Frank Cho should stick to what he does well- and that isn't writing. The art is pretty standard Cho fare but the writing is so sub par that you'd think a grade school student wrote it after reading "James Bond for Dummies". Skip this unless you have to have all of Frank Cho's work. Even then, you might want to reconsider.

Skybourne #1

By: Frank Cho
Released: Sep 7, 2016

* A new, original series from celebrated creator Frank Cho (Totally Awesome Hulk, Savage Wolverine)!
* Full of fast-paced action, Skybourne is James Bond with fantasy elements thrown in and is unlike anything Frank Cho has ever done before.
* The legend of King Arthur is alive and well in modern day. Only one man, Skybourne, can stop the ...

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CriticWithNoName reviewed Superzero #1 Sep 9, 2016

I really couldn't get into this series. The premise is strong but the execution is kind of weak. Kind of a shame when you see who's involved.

Superzero #1

By: Amanda Conner, Rafael de Latorre
Released: Dec 16, 2015

With great power comes a bit of insanity, anxiety, and a dash of social alienation! Have you ever fantasized about being a super hero? Well Dru Dragowski does; that's all this nineteen-year-old, comic book obsessed, high school senior thinks about. She needs to escape the normalcy of suburban life! Her plan? To become a real-life superhero by recre...

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CriticWithNoName reviewed Rough Riders #1 Sep 9, 2016

Ugh. Steampunk meets historical-figures-as-fictional-characters. If there were any less thought, effort, and creativity put into this the book would be see-thru.

Rough Riders #1

By: Adam Glass, Pat Oliffe
Released: Apr 6, 2016

Led by a young Theodore Roosevelt, a motley crew of soon-to-be American legends must work together to solve a mystery that threatens all of existence. Harry Houdini - street magician and master of misdirection. Annie Oakley - a washed-up entertainer, eager for a chance to prove herself in a real war. Jack Johnson - an undefeated brawler and the son...

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CriticWithNoName reviewed Alters #1 Sep 9, 2016

This is a pretty ham-fisted attempt at being topical. The subject (transgender issues) deserves a better story. Unlike the way that Zootopia addresses racial profiling and racism, Alters doesn't make you think or care for otherwise completely sympathetic characters.

Alters #1

By: Paul Jenkins, Leila Leiz
Released: Sep 7, 2016

From a diverse team of creators composed of differing genders, gender identities, ethnic backgrounds and sexual orientations comes a groundbreaking new series featuring the world's first transgender superhero!

As the world struggles to accept the emergence of a new kind of mutant species known as alterations, or "Alters," a young woman beg...

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CriticWithNoName reviewed Serving Supes #4 Sep 9, 2016

This issue really gave the spotlight to the supporting characters and it was fun to see them doing their thing. Tammy is surprisingly brutal and Juergen steps up his game all in pursuit of the process server industry's version of the Academy Awards. This is the best issue of the series so far.

Serving Supes #4

By: Steve Stern, John Yuan
Released: Jun 1, 2016

It's Awards season, and Cheech and Clive and the gang have set their sights on winning at The Aspies! But can they serve the likes of Dr. Xxrtl without becoming highlights in the In Memoriam segment? With a retailer incentive cover by Tone Rodriguez (The Simpsons).

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CriticWithNoName reviewed R.R.H. #7 Sep 9, 2016

I picked this one up in Vegas at the Amazing Vegas convention. I've been a fan of the 1First Comics line for a while and this is action packed take on Little Red Riding Hood is right up my alley. This issue has a great fight scene in it and even though the art seems rushed in spots, it is well worth a read.

R.R.H. #7

By: Orlando Harding, Andres Esparza
Released: Jun 29, 2016

The Brotherhood of Woodmen will be introduced, along with the vampiric Strigoi and a bloody battle will ensue because of it. Sydney will discover a link to her past which will shape her future and her destiny.

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CriticWithNoName reviewed Public Relations #11 Sep 9, 2016

Public Relations is a smart, funny series and this issue caps off a great story arc.

Public Relations #11

By: Matthew Sturges, Steve Rolston
Released: Aug 17, 2016

We finish off this story arc with a good ol'-fashioned race riot, as Dan makes a horrible speech to fix the last horrible speech he made; King diplomatically solves a 25-year-old problem with lies, trickery, and sickening amounts of bloodshed; and Violet reasons that, if you can't walk off into the sunset, then blow something up, and walk off into ...

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CriticWithNoName reviewed Serving Supes #3 Sep 9, 2016

Serving Supes is a fun book that reads kind of like a sitcom. The situation in this issue is a sitcom staple - the blind date - but it is executed in a pretty hilarious way. The jokes are very funny and the characters are likable despite their quirks. I highly recommend this book.

Serving Supes #3

By: John Yuan
Released: Mar 23, 2016

Love and bullets are in the air!  Clive goes on a blind date, leaving Cheech and Liz to serve papers to the notorious vigilante Man-Hunter. All goes well until Liz and Cheech run into Man-Hunter's murderous butler Jock, and Clive finds out the girl of his dreams hates process servers!

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CriticWithNoName added Public Relations to their pull list Sep 9, 2016

Public Relations

Dan Clover's office crush would love to go to his father's 50th blowout birthday gala! It's in magical Sardonia! No really - magic! And father's king! And absolute ruler! From whom Dan's been estranged since birth. Ahhh Dan, can this possibly end well?

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CriticWithNoName added R.R.H. to their pull list Sep 9, 2016


Sydney is dreamily juggling her study time and high school socials - until it all comes apart! As it would if you found out you're directly descended from Red Riding Hood, the wolves are trying to end mankind, and your family's all that's preventing our extinction! And you thought the SATs were going to be hard!

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