4.0

Mega Man #2

The only thing all-ages comics are usually missing is gratuitous violence. If, instead of littered wires and metal, there was flesh and blood, this issue of Mega Man would be worse than a plucking Garth...
5.0

Uncanny X-Force #9

This is what Old Man Logan should have been. While the world needs another Wolverine story like it needs another Wolverine story, it's always welcome when a writer can genuinely pull pathos and sentiment...
5.0

Secret Six #33

Expletives aren't enough to convey how fucking awesome Secret Six is. Gail Simone's band of villains can now include a trip to Hell and back among their adventures, and the conclusion of “The Darkest...
4.0

Uncle Scrooge #403

ADVANCE REVIEW! Uncle Scrooge #403 will come out on May 4, 2011.EDITOR'S NOTE #1: This review contains several terrible puns. Comics Bulletin apologizes in advance.BOOM! Studios’ Disney output these days...
4.5

Detective Comics #876

While Grant Morrison is taking Bruce Wayne on an international tour in Batman Incorporated, someone has to watch over Gotham City, and that someone is Dick Grayson. Since taking over in #871, Scott Snyder...
4.0

Venom #2

Marvel's really stepping up their comic book espionage game. Two of their major talents are writing two of their largest mainstream titles as “mission-of-the-month” type stuff, but fortunately these...
5.0

Iron Man 2.0 #4

It's always great to be right. As I've predicted in my previous reviews of issues two and three, Iron Man 2.0 is a series that has gotten better and more enticing, and issue #4 is exemplary: not only is it...
4.5

Uncanny X-Force #8

Although it's only been a week since the last installment, Uncanny X-Force #8 is out. More importantly, it's another exciting and fantastic addition to this increasingly grim/dope series. Aside from being...
4.0

Iron Man 2.0 #3

Iron Man 2.0 is not a superhero comic. Nick Spencer is utilizing Jim Rhodes in a way few sidekicks get to be explored, making bold strides in the characterization of Rhodey as well as in finding the...
5.0

Secret Six #32

Are you back from fucking yourself? Good. While you were out, Gail Simone continued to crush it in comics -- Secret Six #32 is another exemplary work from one of the most underrated writers in comics....
4.0

Venom #1

Not to be sound biased, but Rick Remender is the greatest human being on the goddamn planet, due in part to Fear Agent. Remender and pencillers Tony Moore and Jerome Opeña have created a masterpiece in...
5.0

Donald Duck #364

ADVANCE REVIEW! Donald Duck #364 will come out on March 9, 2011BOOM! Studios is blowing up the kids’ comics market. Between their reprints of classic Scrooge McDuck stories to the brilliant ongoing Chip...