In “Batman” #3, Gotham’s New Heroes Have A Familiar Origin Story & A Classic Villain Resurfaces

Greg McElhatton

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Daredevil/Punisher #1
Daredevil/Punisher #1
3 Comic Reviews
Charles Soule, Szymon Kudranski and Mast's "Daredevil/Punisher" #2 feels a little light on plot, but that may have something to do with the issue having an origin as an "infinite comic."
Jem and the Holograms #16
Jem and the Holograms #16
3 Comic Reviews
"Jem and the Holograms" #16 wraps up Kelly Thompson and Sophie Campbell's "Dark Jem" storyline, but the conclusion feels a little too easy considering how much danger there was leading up to this moment.
Extraordinary X-Men #11
Extraordinary X-Men #11
3 Comic Reviews
Things go from bad to worse for the future of both humanity and mutants in Jeff Lemire and Humberto Ramos' "Extraordinary X-Men" #11, which pits the X-Men against the Horsemen of Apocalypse.
Justice League #52
Justice League #52
3 Comic Reviews
Dan Jurgens, Tom Grummett and company give us a closer look into the mind of Lex Luthor in "Justice League" #52, which serves as a prelude to this month's issues of "Action Comics."
Aquaman #1
Aquaman #1
3 Comic Reviews
In "Aquaman" #1, Dan Abnett, Brad Walker and Andrew Hennessy play up the sovereign nation aspect of the ruler of Atlantis, but this first chapter of "The Drowning" is a little too uneven.
Archie #9
Archie #9
3 Comic Reviews
Mark Waid and Veronica Fish's "Archie" #9 may be a typical "upper class person befuddled by lower class lifestyle" story, but it's one that has real heart, and that makes all the difference.
Vote Loki #1
Vote Loki #1
3 Comic Reviews
Christopher Hastings and Langdon Foss' "Vote Loki" #1 finds the god of lies running for office, but this debut issue never quite clicks into place.
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