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Superman #4

George Perez has been outspoken about why he's leaving Superman. He feels that Superman, the New 52 Universe model, isn't his Superman, and after reading this latest issue, I can kind of see it....
4.0

Bart Simpson Comics #66

The first story by Scott M. Simple, Mike Kazleh and Art Villanueva makes use of Marge's obsessive nature. Professor Frink in holographic form shows up at the Simpsons abode to declare their residence...
4.0

Fathom #3

This issue sneaks up on you. At first it seems like a mix of Harry Tower/Jess Franco movies and Doctor Who's "Inferno," but as you read on, you find yourself surprised and enrapt. The story begins with a...
4.0

Red Sonja #61

Red Sonja finds herself still among the caravan of merchants, introduced last issue, and there's a bit of a “price war” going on.Desert SonjaHowever, Sonja won't be dealing with any...
4.0

Witch Doctor: The Resuscitation

Victor Morrow is back. He's brought the whole gang with him, and what looks like a simple reversed kidney theft -- as if such a thing were simple -- turns out to be the precursor for a monster mash.The...
3.0

Marvel Adventures Spider-Man #21

Throughout Marvel Adventures Spider-Man you'll be treated to excellent animated artwork. It doesn't matter if the teams of Rob DiSalvo and Victor Olazaba or Matteo Lolli and Terry Pallot render the...
5.0

Birds of Prey #4

The mysterious mastermind behind the explosive humans primed Black Canary on a speeding train last issue. Can the Birds of Prey stop her from succumbing to a messy death? Will the recruitment of Batgirl be...
4.0

Nightwing #4

 Before the New 52 Universe, the idea of my buying a Nightwing book would have been hilarious. Friends would have been looking for pods in my basement. Others might shine a light in my eyes to check...
5.0

Supergirl #4

 Last issue, rich asswipe Simon Tycho captured Supergirl by scoring an easy victory through kryptonite. This issue Kara wipes that smug smile off of Tycho's face. Booyah!Some characters and actual...
5.0

The Last Battle (one-shot)

 I've been a fan of Dan Brereton since I discovered his Nocturnals, a monster-mash of Doc Savage. I was mostly pleased with his pulp pastiche Thrillkillers, an elseworld with Batgirl and Robin,...
4.0

Simpsons Comics #185

 Basically, it looks like Sergio Aragónes illustrated a cover, and the creative teams were told to write and draw a story that would meet the criteria of that cover. I don't know this to be fact,...
4.0

Vampirella #12

 In the Warren magazines, Vampirella operated as a supernatural sleuth, in the vein of Nancy Drew, albeit with less clothing. She would search the world and simply find danger. In the Harris comic...
5.0

Batgirl #4

Issue #4 of Batgirl represents the perfect balance between dreamscape, personal life, uniformed vigilance and an ending chapter. Writer Gail Simone opens the story with a mirror image.ConfinedSimone flips...
4.0

Legion Lost #4

Ultimately this issue is reminiscent of the last issue, but there are some important differences that give it a boost. Writer Fabian Nicieza devotes the narration to Dawnstar, and that bestows a...
3.0

Mister Terrific #4

This issue of Mister Terrific feels like a placeholder. Interdimensional jumbo shrimp known as the Kryl capture our hero and run him through abduction clichés--minus the anal probe, thankfully.Chain,...