This is a great week to be a comics fan as Autobots question reality, a BOOM! Studios book steps up and Deadpool goes on vacation in space.
It's a winning week spearheaded by Slade Wilson and Nadia Pym managing to get into all kinds of shenanigans as big label crossovers tread water.
Determined people take a stand in Night Owl Society, while Marvel's Hawkeye still struggles to lead in Occupy Avengers.
The rise of a literal Ubermensch leads a big week of winning comics, including Deathstroke beating up a kid, Norse-occupied Amazons and more.
The muddled Amory Wars and embarrassing Slapstick draw focus from Deathstroke's 'bluff' and America Chavez's interdimensional punching.
It's a winning week, as Hawkeye, M.A.S.K. and Decepticons turn in admirable stories, even as a DC/Hanna-Barbera one-shot misses the target completely.
The whole week goes "meh" as the sole purchase swings and misses while the rest fail to make an impression as this column celebrates its anniversary.
It's time for another brilliant Image Comics' idea, and Kevin Grevioux throwing some historical conflict with Amazons and Valkyries and Jotuns, oh my!
A staggering six comics made it home, including the shocker Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys, and ambitious indie Green Valley.
Three amazing ladies lead off this week's best buys bringing a more mature Amadeus Cho along the way.
Occupy Avengers, Transformers, Mosaic and Astro City are great, but Deathstroke is messed up, ruthless things ever - in a good way.
Cap Hydra makes a big impression, God Country keeps it up with the big ideas and Oddysey of the Amazons raises the stakes.
If you like advanced engineering, alternate dimensions and super powers, this week's a good one.
Grab your guns and blades as this week celebrates the shedding of blood with Top Cow hitman, Slade Wilson protecting his brand and Amazons kicking butt.
True love strikes a crestfallen cop and a vengeful crook while the sweet taste of the Big Apple takes a magical super-villain off his planned path.
It's a winning week of comics as Slade Wilson stumbles, Doreen gets her origin on and Danny and Luke work it out in a quartet of great books.
Nadia Pym is the hero we deserve as she kicks it up a notch by being unstoppable, while Tom King gives Batman a sliver of joy in a winning week of comics.
Slade Wilson and the G.I. Joe team lead off a week where things almost work out until the end of "Civil War" ends with a whimper.
The holiday season is in full swing with no books bad enough to be angry about, and four titles making the trip home.