3.5

Fantastic Four #585

In place of the usual quoted snippet of dialogue, each cover to "Three," the latest story arc of Fantastic Four, has featured a numeric...
3.5

Superior #2

As Superior makes the rounds in delivering its distinctly Mark Millar take on the classic superhero story, it lands this month upon one of the...
1.5

Brightest Day #13

Of the four major storylines running through Brightest Day, including arcs featuring Aquaman, Martian Manhunter, Firestorm, and Hawkman, three...
3.5

Kick Ass 2 #1

When Mark Millar’s Superior dropped in stores last week, the overwhelmingly unified opinion amongst reviewer types was that it marked a sharp...
4.0

The Unwritten #18

A month removed from last issue’s creative Choose Your Own Adventure experiment, The Unwritten #18 is perhaps the most accessible and...
3.0

S.H.I.E.L.D. #4

In the first three issues of S.H.I.E.L.D., Jonathan Hickman primarily engaged in the task of exposition. Though it was delivered with a clever...
2.0

Secret Warriors #20

The first pages of Secret Warriors #20 feature writer Jonathan Hickman doing one of the things he does best. It’s a technique you could call...