It's tomorrow's reviews today, starting with Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's BATMAN #6, plus GLORY #23 and more
This big weekly column includes reviews of CAPTAIN AMERICA #8, BATWOMAN #6, ADVENTURE TIME #1 and plenty more
The debut of Robert Kirkman and Nick Spencer's THIEF OF THIEVES and the latest from Kevin Smith's BIONIC MAN headline the early reviews
Andy Kubert guests on ACTION COMICS, UNCANNY X-FORCE continues to get raves - all this and more in the latest quick-take reviews
George Marston tackles Kieron Gillen and Greg Land's latest on its day of release, and likes what he sees
The debut of Ed Brubaker and Butch Guice's WINTER SOLDIER and the start of VENOM crossover "Circle of Four" get early reviews
A big and we mean big weekly column is highlighted by AQUAMAN #5 and X-MEN: LEGACY #261, plus a whole bunch more
The latest takes on two revered comic franchises JUSTICE LEAGUE and FANTASTIC FOUR lead the quick reviews
Rick Remender's first issue of SECRET AVENGERS is in stores today, and here's a day-of-release take on the issue
This week, a new series of Image's THE BULLETPROOF COFFIN and the first issue of indie book SCAM get day-early reviews
BATMAN #5 and DAREDEVIL #8 lead the big weekly column, with both getting perfect marks - what else scored high with the crew?
This week's quick reviews include the conclusion of the DAREDEVIL/Spidey crossover, the latest from WONDER WOMAN and more
This week's early reviews cover the return of Rob Liefeld's Extreme Studios with PROPHET #21, plus Oni's WASTELAND #33
Still skeptical about clones? George Marston was, and he calls Chris Yost and Ryan Stegman's SCARLET SPIDER #1 "awesome"
The big column is back on Mondays after the holiday madness, with reviews of some of the major releases of last week.
Nine of this week's comics get reviewed, including SWAMP THING #5 and WOLVERINE AND THE X-MEN: ALPHA & OMEGA #1
SECRET AVENGERS #20 and AMERICAN VAMPIRE #22 both get heaps of praise as these and more are reviewed in the first column of 2012
Dynamite's first LONE RANGER series was widely acclaimed, but how does the first issue of the second volume compare?