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Comic Review: Realm #1

 

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Comic Review: Runaways #1

 

 

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Comic Review: Kingsman The Red Diamond #1

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Comic Review: Scales and Scoundrels #1

 

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Comic Review: Secret Empire #10 (of 10)

 

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Comic Review: Justice League of America #13

 

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Comic Review: Generations: Unworthy Thor and Mighty Thor #1

 Generations: The Mighty Thor and the Unworthy Thor #1 (Marvel Comics) Jason Aaron’s ongoing Thor saga has made for one of the few truly consistently great Marvel titles, so the news that he would be writing the Generations: The Mighty Thor and Unworthy Thor special is a welcome one. Despite the fact that Jane Foster’s Thor has teamed up with the Odinson plenty of times before, this special, featuring art by Mahmud Asrar, takes Jane Foster back to the distant past to meet a Thor that has yet to learn what it means to be worthy.

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Comic Review: Nightwing: New Order #1

 

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Comic Review: Dark Nights: Metal #1

 

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Comic Review: Mage: The Hero Denied #1

 

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Comic Review: Mister Miracle #1

 

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Comic Review: Redlands #1

 

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Comic Review: Elsewhere #1

 

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Comic Review: Generations: Banner Hulk and Totally Awesome Hulk #1

 

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Suicide Squad #22 (DC Comics)

Of all the DC Rebirth titles, few have actually gone through as many changes as Suicide Squad. Rob Williams’ series made a huge splash at the beginning of the Rebirth event thanks to Jim Lee’s art, but after John Romita Jr and Tony Daniels’ runs, the attention has faded a bit. Which is a shame, since there are fewer books that make more changes and have crazier action on the stands than Suicide Squad, and the most recent issue adds to the insanity, as the Squad is now under Harley’s command and at risk of being destroyed by a bomb.

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Punisher #14 (Marvel Comics)

Frank Castle’s adventures in the Marvel NOW era have been a little more comic booky than I typically like, but recent issues have definitely improved on the original storyline. Becky Cloonan’s ongoing tale of Frank Castle going after Mutant Growth Hormone drug dealers had been a tiring slow burn, but there’s been a new jolt of electricity to the series in recent months, and there’s no better example of that than in Punisher #14.

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Comic Review: Nightwing #25 (DC Comics)

Nightwing #25 (DC Comics)

While Batman has been fighting Bane and proposing to Catwoman, Dick Grayson has been building a nice life for himself in Bludhaven. He’s got a new girlfriend, some sweet job prospects, and things seem to be settling down for him. Until this issue, where Tim Seeley and Minkyu Jung really put ol’ Dick through the wringer. As the finale for the “Blockbuster” story arc, Nightwing #25 uses its extra pages to really bring in the emotional gut punches and set up some pretty interesting ideas for future issues.

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Comic Review: Astonishing X-Men #1 (Marvel Comics)

Comic Review: Astonishing X-Men #1 (Marvel Comics)

Not content with just two X-Men series for ResurrXion (three if you count Weapon X), Marvel’s putting out a brand new edition of Astonishing X-Men, the series that achieved instant classic status thanks to Joss Whedon and John Cassaday, only to then be watered down by Marvel trying everything and anything to make that magic work again.

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Comic Review: Dark Days: The Casting #1

 

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Comic Review: Spider-Men II #1

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