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Fancifully Festive Grit in ‘Klaus #2’

Grant Morrison delivers a tough yet satisfying holiday treat.

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‘Ultimate End #5’ Ends With a Whimper

This story wants to be a fireworks show, but it's only armed with half a box of matches.

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The Dark Knight Keeps on Ticking in ‘Dark Knight III: The Master Race #1’

The Dark Knight Is back for round three of Frank Miller's saga. Or is he?

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War Is a Beast in ‘Monstress #1’

Marjorie Liu's new comic deals with monsters in all their forms.

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Redemptions and New Roles in ‘Scarlet Witch #1’

Wanda Maximoff enters a bold (and overdue) new era.

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The Modest Man Returns in ‘Huck #1

Mark Millar's new hero is as simple as he is super.

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Winning (and Losing) the West: ‘Red Wolf #1’

The Old West gives Marvel a new hero and a fresh shot of diversity.

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Moonlighting Diversity With ‘Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur #1’

We learn to love Lunella Lafayette.

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Looking to the Sky in Max Landis’ ‘Superman: American Alien’

A longtime Superman fan gives us his version of the story.

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Dark Side Die Hard: ‘Star Wars Vader Down #1’

A classic theme is turned inside out in all the right ways.

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Powers Are All in the Family in “The Vision #1”

The Vision has settled down. But that hardly means things are settled.

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‘Extraordinary X-Men’ #1 Is Extraordinarily Lacking

A dark time for the X-men is made darker by a lack of details.

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Help Is Hell in ‘Clean Room’

Gail Simone brings the scares in her new Vertigo project.

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Trials, Tribulations, and Chaotic Sub-Plots in ‘Uncanny X-Men #600’

An end to an era is rushed and riddled with errors.

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Mona Lisa Has the Highway Blues in ‘Art Ops #1’

You should stop whatever it is you're doing and read this comic book. Right now.

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Work/Life (Im)balance in ‘Batgirl #45’

Barbara Gordon's life continues to evolve, but the impact is limited.

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Weakness Is Strength in ‘Karnak #1’

Karnak sets out to save Inhumanity, one weak spot at a time.

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Covert Subversion in ‘Darth Vader #11’

The Force is strong in this intricate, and refined narrative.

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Strangeness Hits Shore in ‘Twilight Children #1’

Gilbert Hernandez continues his streak of magical realist tales.

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The Girls Lead the Pack in ‘Paper Girls #1’

Brian K. Vaughn gives us an '80s teen drama that's been a long time coming

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