Joe Simon and Jack Kirby are in top form with this collection of their 1950s genre thrillers.
The sexiest Avenger goes for a girl’s night out with super-pal Hellcat and things get nutty.
A man who can talk to machines has to deal with machines outgrowing him.
Garth Ennis’s exploration of police vigilanteism comes to a bloody end.
The classic character gets a new lease on life, but robots are still going to be jerks to him.
Mark Millar kicks off a Millarworld Universe with an old space adventurer in his twilight years.
Superman and Lana Lang are dealing with strange subterranean beings, and it doesn’t go well.
“Eva Green is a firestorm in a movie that simply doesn’t deserve her.”
Jeff Lemire’s unique and intriguing series about love spanning time and space gears up for its finale.
Superman terrorizes the world in a very evil, Darkseid kind of way, and it’s getting to be too much.
Batman and Lex Luthor lead a team of villains against the Crime Syndicate while trying to defuse Nightwing, the living bomb.
The disturbing horror of zombies plagues Riverdale in this truly creepy story that ain’t for kids.
As the team races to save Skye, Coulson learns the truth behind his revival.
Matt Murdock’s layover in Milwaukee has gotten a lot more eventful than he’d ever planned. Also reviewed: “Deadpool: The Gauntlet!”
The new creative team isn’t able to make any more sense out of Wolverine running a school.
What does Erik Lensherr do when not with the X-Men? He hunts down anti-mutant criminals. Lethally.
Warren Ellis promised a take on Moon Knight to unite all previous takes on Moon Knight. He also delivered something really, really cool.
Beth’s quest for booze forces Daryl to confront his grief for their fallen friends and family.
The Titans are caught in the middle of a war between Bar Torr’s rebels and an oppressive government.
Rick Remender’s apocalyptic tale unfolds with some amazingly effective sleight of hand, or so we have to think.