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‘The Breakfast Club’ Meets ‘Ender’s Game’ in ‘Runaways #2’

At heart this may be a story about a superhero team, but it has more in common with The Breakfast Club and Ender's Game than with The Avengers.

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A Murky Age in ‘Age of Apocalypse #1’

The uber-event of the '90s stumbles, but doesn't fail.

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The Kids Are Alright in ‘We Are Robin #1’

The Robins come out to play.

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Minimized Melodrama in ‘Uncanny Avengers #5’

Ending with neither a bang nor a whimper.

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Black Widow Earns Her Mark in ‘Black Widow #19’

The story of the infamous "red" in Natasha's ledger is brought to light.

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Trolling the Man of Steel: Superman #41

Superman #41 feels less like a blockbuster movie and more like a teaser trailer.

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Furiosa Returns in ‘Mad Max - Furiosa #1’

But is it the Furiosa we know and love?

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A Giant-Sized Teaser in ‘Justice League of America #1’

A triple-sized story that has limited substance, but a lot of style and even more potential.

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John Constantine Walks His Path Alone in ‘Constantine the Hellblazer #1’

Constantine's back, and up to old tricks.

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‘Green Arrow #41’ Is Just, Plain, Good Storytelling

A grittier, more grounded Green Arrow is nothing new, especially for fans of CW's Arrow, but Benjamin Percy and Patrick Zircher take that concept to a new level of dark in Green Arrow #41.

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It’s ‘Death Race 2015’ in ‘Ghost Racers #1’

Fast and furious! The demons take to the road! In Ghost Racers #1 the superhero genre is stretched to the limit.

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‘Justice League #41’ Chronicles a Catalyst of War

A war of dark secrets, epic scales, and everything in between.

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The Other Dark Knight Returns in “Midnighter #1”

Midnighter's single and ready to mingle (and kill a lot of people) in latest solo series.

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Sunday Morning Coming Down in ‘Airboy #1’

This stuff is irreverent. Funny. Not suitable for children. Not suitable for adults. Wrong in so many ways. Unexpected. Crazed. Perfect.

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Hollow Redemption in ‘Wonder Woman Annual #1’

Wonder Woman responds to the Amazons' atrocities, but it's not in time and not enough.

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Kiss and Kill: Vixens, Vamps & Vipers

Although the Golden Age of Comic Books gave us strong, independent and heroic women, the same era also showed a darker side -- villainous women punished for attempting to rise.

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It Feels Like Summer in ‘Planet Hulk #1’

Gladiator Captain America riding a big red T. Rex. I think you get the picture.

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The Best in the Worst Circumstances in ‘Old Man Logan #1’

Wolverine is the best he is at what he does and in a world where he gets to prove it.

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A Return to Innocence in ‘Convergence - Shazam! #1’

The stakes are purposefully kept low in Convergence: Shazam! #1, which works as a highly entertaining reintroduction to Golden Age Captain Marvel.

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‘A-Force #1’ Is Gender-Neutral Awesome

How to make an all-female team of heroes awesome for all genders.

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