Astro City #15

Greg McElhatton

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Astro City #15
Astro City #15
3 Comic Reviews
"Astro City" #15's conclusion to the two-part robot-themed story is awfully sweet, but Kurt Busiek and Brent Anderson's story veers between too predictable and too out-of-the-blue.
Stumptown #1
Stumptown #1
3 Comic Reviews
"Stumptown" #1 graduates to an ongoing series, but this first issue from Greg Rucka and Justin Greenwood set at two soccer games feels surprisingly low-stakes.
Imperial #2
Imperial #2
3 Comic Reviews
"Imperial" #2 has Steven T. Seagle and Mark Dos Santos deliver a comic about a reluctant future hero that you'll enjoy in spite of its cliches.
Hawkeye #20
Hawkeye #20
3 Comic Reviews
Kate Bishop's adventures in Los Angeles come to a close in "Hawkeye" #20, even as Matt Fraction and Annie Wu show us Madame Masque's trap springing shut around Kate once and for all.
Annihilator #1
Annihilator #1
3 Comic Reviews
Grant Morrison and Frazer Irving's "Annihilator" #1 feels like familiar story territory, but at the same time there's a lot of potential for a dying writer creating the biography of a space hero.
Batman Eternal #22
Batman Eternal #22
3 Comic Reviews
Jorge Lucas's art in "Batman Eternal" #22 brings a splash of something new to the weekly series, but the issue itself is lacking any real luster as the Architect tries to take down the Beacon Tower.
Justice League #33
Justice League #33
3 Comic Reviews
"Justice League" #33 has Geoff Johns and Doug Mahnke conclude the battle between the League, the Doom Patrol and Lex Luthor, with the new Power Ring trapped at the center of it all.
Black Science #8
Black Science #8
3 Comic Reviews
"Black Science" #8 has Rick Remender and Matteo Scalera show off both the strengths and the weaknesses of the series, in that it's not one that works well in a single issue format.
Silver Surfer #5
Silver Surfer #5
3 Comic Reviews
"Silver Surfer" #5 has Dan Slott and Michael Allred plunge into the psyches of the Silver Surfer, Dawn Greenwood, and others, in a story that should feel too on the nose but instead ends up quite fun.
Aquaman #34
Aquaman #34
3 Comic Reviews
"Aquaman" #34 wraps up the fight against Chimera for now, even as Jeff Parker and guest artists Carlos Rodriguez and Bit set up future storylines with the character.
Superman #34
Superman #34
3 Comic Reviews
Part three of Geoff Johns, John Romita Jr., and Klaus Janson's "Men of Tomorrow" drops in "Superman" #34, and while it's a touch predictable, it's still enjoyable.
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