This week sees the end of one of Marvel's flagship titles, Tom King's master plan moves forward, and the Silver Surfer continues in the black.
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Casually dropping Robert E. Howard’s Conan the Cimmerian into the present version of the Marvel Universe is a choice as bold as it is perplexing.
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Writer Brian Bendis and Artist Nick Derington shine in this reprint of material from Giant Batman #3 and #4
Event Leviathan continues, the Invisible Woman goes out on her own, and the X-Statix return!
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The War of the Realms comes to a stunning conclusion, Batman continues to be damned, and Superman takes a backseat in Action Comics.
When DC Comics relaunched Doom Patrol with Gerard Way and Nick Derington, all preconceived notions of what the series would be went out the window.
A Star Wars quote from the original trilogy might actually be a cry for help from the Sith Lord Darth Vader.
Writer Donny Cates and artist Tradd Moore's Silver Surfer Black #1 is a prime of example of why less can truly be more when it comes to comics.
Batman is dragged through a desert, Superman's first year is revealed, Daredevil's retirement continues, and the Guardians confront a new Thanos.
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Writer Matt Fraction and artist Steve Lieber combine the more hokey aspects of the original series with modern storytelling devices.
Peter David is a legend in the world of Hulk comics. With that in mind, we would have expected his return to the character to be better.
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