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A New World of Wonder in ‘Justice League Gods and Monsters—Wonder Woman #1’

A new Wonder Woman explores a new world in a bold new way.

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A Battle of Wills and Faiths Ensues in ‘Moon Knight #17’

Moon Knight faces the other followers of Khonshu. Yes, other followers.

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There’s More Than Zombies vs. Robots in Age of Ultron vs. Marvel Zombies #2’

Age of Ultron vs. Marvel Zombies is about more than an army of Ultrons battling an army of zombie supervillians, as cool as that sounds on its own.

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To Embody a Darker Ideal in ‘Justice League Gods and Monsters - Superman #1’

Taking a different path to become an icon with Hernan Guerra and not Clark Kent.

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Archie Is Born Again in ‘Archie #1’

Archie brings a new Riverdale for a new generation.

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Forging a New Batman in ‘Justice League Gods and Monsters: Batman #1’

Making Kirk Langstrom a believable Batman... to an extent, in one of the trinity of prequel books to Justice League: Gods & Monsters.

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Barbarians Weep in ‘Weirdworld #2’

Weirdworld gives us a barbarian king at his wits end, at the end of his rope, and at the brink of tears.

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Comedy’s the Game in ‘Minimum Wage: So Many Bad Decisions #3’

Dating Awkwardness Takes the Stage (with help from Marc Maron).

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It’s a Political World in ‘Korvac Saga #2’

As I'm reading this issue of Korvac Saga I keep hearing Bob Dylan's Oh Mercy album playing in my head. Like a soundtrack.

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Equals in an Unequal Struggle in ‘Superman/Wonder Woman #19’

When Superman is at his most vulnerable, the strength of his relationship with Wonder Woman is revealed.

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A World Is Born in Blood in ‘8House: Arclight #1’

Royals, monsters, and everything in between.

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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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