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This week worth of comics is absolutely epic, as Squirrel Girl leaves it all on the field, Outer Darkness changes the rules, The Wonder Twins go throwback and Reaver goes for the throat.
This week is none too shabby with Marvel's feline felon using some of her nine lives while Die digs into procedure, House of X debates in committee and the LSH finally show in their own book.
A fitting tribute to a departed creator and the triumphant finish line for Marvel's greatest intellect lead off a winning week of comics.
This week saw a lot of great comics from a variety of publishers, with no one putting out anything that was particularly bad.
It's an up and down week as two Image titles came on strong but two high-profile releases from the Distinguished Competition made it hard to take anything seriously.
James Kirk and Poe Dameron stumble in the best ways as Doctor Strange makes an unexpected house call, bringing it all home for a winning week of comic books.
This week’s books feel like a tie game, as the brilliance of the Superior Spider-Man shows how he deserves the name while Pretty Violent drags the week down with needless frippery and messy storytelling.
Ironheart and Squirrel Girl figure out big solutions while the crews of the Enterprise and the Orville struggle to stay alive in alien environments, making for one great week of comics.
It's a good week to have bad intentions as an emotional game designer, a luck-powered thief and the Green Lantern Corps' greatest shame lead of a week of winning comics.
Things get refreshingly deep with the Hyrkanian hellcat while an entire book takes on a literary challenge. Powers of X stumbles, Killers almost makes it & nothing stinks!
Brace yourself for an inventive new era as the X-Men seize the means for freedom and Uncle Galactus tells you a killer story, while other books try but fall short.
You haven't seen a Time Lord like the Corsair, and Dr. Aphra does what she does best. Sadly, Bane's in Gotham and Nate Grey is lame, so the week's a wash.
It's a heck of a great week with brilliance from Wonder Twins, a crescendo from Ironheart, a superlative new fantasy book from Image, and more.
Smart plots struggle but fail when even the best young heroes are faced with Kal-El being dull, the interminable War of the Realms and more.
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.