Cloak and Dagger seem to have stumbled into a devious prophecy set in motion against Mister Negative. Do Tandy and Ty have what it takes to get out of this unscathed? Solid writing and a fun book make for a good tie-in.
The Scarlet Witch is back and ready to restore power to Mutants. The problem is will the Avengers and X-Men let her? There's so much crazy action and gorgeous artwork that makes you forget the bi-monthly schedule.
The return of the self confident, self assured Wonder Woman begins with Wonder Woman #1 -- only this time, prepare for a darker, edgier Diana.
Following true to the idea of 'The New 52,' this is a new beginning for our characters with some ties to past events. The characters might not be the same but this is a really fun book.
Guy Gardner and John Stewart are trying to live "regular" lives on Earth, while remaining members of the Corps. In addition, there's a mysterious villain killing off Corps members.
The first DC Universe story is all about Deadman. Who is Deadman? Why is he stuck in limbo? These questions and more are answered in this first issue featuring this DC cult character.
After enjoying Dick Grayson as Batman for a while, Kyle Higgins makes us realize why Dick really is Nightwing. A great first issue for the character that makes you realize you actually missed Nightwing.
This issue delivers the familiar Dark Knight we all know while completely setting the stage for a new era. An amazing combination of a new and old feel seamlessly meshed together in a stunning first issue.
The fourth issue of Daredevil gives us a closer look at former Attorney Matt Murdock's new life as a consultant to those who must defend themselves in court -- but his latest case might be more than he can handle.
A new team of X-Men is coming together, led by Jean Grey. We also get a glimpse at where the rest of the mutants in the Ultimate Universe are at, and a quick catch-up on everything that has happened in this spoiler-free review.
A classic and rather unlikely villain makes his return to Marvel comics (well, sort of) in the third issue of Daredevil.
Archangel's plans for the world are beginning to come together in this issue of X-Force and the full effects of the light seeds become clear; but how does this issue measure up to the previous ones?
Grifter is now part of the DC Universe courtesy of 'The New 52.' Introduced for the first time, Grifter makes his way to try to figure out what outside forces are working against him. Unfortunately there is more working against him in this #1 issue.
Who is a part of the new Suicide Squad? Well, this issue should be able to answer your question.
'Batwoman finally returns to Gotham City with the release of 'Batwoman #1,' but does the first issue of the series measure up?
Putting his past and the death of his parents behind him, Batman takes his new outlook on crime fighting to the streets in the first issue of 'Batman and Robin.'
There's a new Spider-Man in the Ultimate Universe. With an introduction to the character along with an explanation as to how Miles Morales, the new Spider-Man, gains his spider-abilities. Does this new character have what it takes to replace Peter Parker?
Massive spoilers are abound as Fear Itself heads to its end-game. Readers who've been following along are in for a whole lot of reward all at once, and that's something this series needed.
The Spider virus seems to be taking a strange turn - is the vaccine on the horizon? A good middle issue, but there are a few flaws.
Frankenstein and the Creature Commandoes have their work cut out for them as they look to liberate a town from demon hordes - however, is this issue a case of "too much, too fast?"
In this Fear Itself "tie-in," Johnny is still trying to stop the new Ghost Rider, who is being brainwashed by a man named Adam, and guess what? Looks like Johnny is starting to miss the old spirit of vengeance.
While we're happy to see that Mister Terrific got his own series in the New 52, the story suffers from a severe personality deficiency.
ARHRGEHSGSHRRH! Atrocitus and his Red Lanterns bring rage back to comic books... finally. But the real question is, just how adorable is Dex-Starr in this issue?
The new 52 pops out another book about a not so spotlight character, Resurrection Man. Who is Resurrection Man? And is this character good enough to hold his own in his own on-going series?
No, it's not that Tales from the Crypt movie staring Billy Zane. It's part of the new 52 staring Jason Blood and the Demon Etrigan!
Superboy undergoes the 'New 52' treatment as we see his beginnings once again for the first time. Fleshed out more than the original story, this Superboy's story goes more in depth and opens the door to more possibilities.
Titles featuring villains rarely live up to their potential. The villain often gets watered down but thankfully, that is not the case here. Deathstroke is here to do his job and his job involves killing.
'The New 52' Green Lantern is here and it's not Hal Jordan! Picking up from the events of the previous GL series, Sinestro has a power ring and a sector to protect. That leaves Hal Jordan in a new situation.
We have more than just 'American' vampires here as the action kicks up and the stakes are raised (and I don't mean the type of stake that's used to kill vampires, that would be too corny).
A timeless tale featuring Wolverine, Nick Fury and...giant Japanese battlerobo suits. Normally Wolverine one-shots are easily forgotten but with a stellar creative team, we have a story that is definitely worth checking out.
O.M.A.C. explodes out of the pages of this first issue but who is he and what is he after? That's what we're about to find out. Dan DiDio and Keith Giffen deliver a story with a 70s feel that has a familiar concept but also is 'new' for all readers.
Laura unwillingly joins the FF after an earthquake hits New York City and finds that she, Spider-Man and Sue Storm are somehow connected...
The first issue of Batwing introduces David Zavimbe to readers, sets up the story and makes you care about the character. In a nut shell, Judd Winick writes the perfect introductory issue that is guaranteed to have you hooked.
The United Nations likes the idea of the Justice League, but they don't like the fact they are independent and answer to no one. Andre Briggs puts his own team of U.N. Sanctioned Justice Leaguers together featuring heroes from around the world.
After being confined to a wheelchair for over 20 years, Barbara Gordon returns to the role of Batgirl. So is this highly anticipated issue worth altering continuity? Should Barbara return to the role of Batgirl?
Swamp Thing returns to the DC Universe. Now that Alec Holland has returned from the dead and was never actually Swamp Thing, Scott Snyder sets an interesting stage for the future of the character as well as integrating him back into the DCU.
Jumping into an early point in Batman's crime-fighting career, his no-nonsense attitude might not be enough to handle the Joker, the Gotham City Police Department AND a new and deadly villain. Full of grit and action for the hardcore Bat-fan.
We have a younger, brasher Superman on our hands courtesy of Grant Morrison and Rags Morales in the 'New 52' relaunch of Action Comics. While it appears like we have a completely different Superman, he's actually closer to his original roots.
The rebirth of the entire DC Universe begins here. Geoff Johns and Jim Lee make sure it starts off with a bang. An interesting re-telling that is setting the stage for a new, but familiar universe.
Warren Ellis jumps on as writer for a new story. Steve, Beast, Black Widow, and Moon Knight discover an underground city.
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