It's a week of winning reads, as Felicia Hardy goes back to her roots and Hal Jordan has a weird visit with a friend, beating down dismal showing by the Dark Knight.
Even the brilliant reimagining of the Kirk Enterprise in Star Trek Year Five can't overcome the trials of Wally West and Dr. Manhattan's absentminded travelogue.
The worst week of comics in years crash lands with Detective Comics, Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur and more.
Two heroes carrying on great legacies think their way out of a clever problem to carry the week to victory over less inspired comics.
It's a fantastic week of comics, despite Hawkman falling flat and Spider-Man/Deadpool's absymal series finale.
A pair of bad men bring it home as Slade Wilson and Frank Castle collaborate (not with each other) and impress in a winning week of comics.
The good and the bad balanced out as Ironheart and Star Wars fought off the horrors of some of the biggest comics of the week.
Rough going when even Wakanda's brightest star can't save a week of retread ideas, depressing dirges and abysmal crossovers.
Young heroes take center stage as Zan and Jayna continue to shock the world, while Doreen Green continues her domination.
The inventive game based comic from Gillen, Hans and Cowles rolls a winning number against an X-hausting crossover book.
Not even scoundrel space archaeologist Doctor Aphra is enough to beat a bad Alan Moore derivative, a toy commercial gone awry and more.
Brubaker and Phillips's pulpy Criminal goodness brings the week to a tie as Avengers crashes like an experimental Kree-designed spaceship.
DC's Wonder Twins series continues to innovate, and Marvel's Squirrel Girl is as excellent as ever.
The Wakandan exile leads off a week that's a wash, despite admirable attempts from Star Wars, Deathstroke, Die, Immortal Hulk and more.
A New Age of DC Heroes title steps up to the big time, while Star Wars' comics only villain continues to shine.
It's lonely at the top for the teenaged web slinger, as the Go-Bots weigh the whole week down from the other end.
A winning week belongs to younger heroes with new ideas and fresh perspectives where Batman, Spawn and Thor aren't able to keep up.
Hal Jordan, Black Panther's nemesis and the creators behind Image Comics' Die make this a fantastic week of comics.
Doctor Aphra, Marvel Comics' rogue archaeologist of the Star Wars, universe is the only one who could get it right this week.