The Week in CBR Reviews

It's been a while since we've done one of these look backs at what happened in the previous week in CBR Reviews, but the long weekend holiday has inspired us here at CBR to take a moment to point out the hard work the CBR Reviews team has been doing.

In the previous week, the CBR Reviews team took a look at a wide variety of books, from "Final Crisis: Legion of Three Worlds" #1 -- which reviewer Benjamin Bridie gave four stars -- to Rich Geary's always fascinating series "Treasury of XXth Century Murder: The Lindbergh Child" -- which also received a four star rating from reviewer Greg McElhatton.

While no single book was granted the coveted five star rating, one book did garner 4 1/2 stars, the debut issue of "Family Dynamic" by the team of J. Torres, Tim Levins and Dan Davis. Reviewer Doug Zawisza said of the issue, "the story is dynamic, the characters visually engaging, and the concept the closest thing to an 'Incredibles' comic that fans have been clamoring for ad nauseum."

You can find all of last week's reviews by checking out the CBR Reviews section right here on CBR. And don't forget that new reviews are posted daily here at CBR.

Getting back to that holiday weekend, CBR will have a bit of a light schedule on Monday, but we'll be back to full strength on Tuesday morning.

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