Fearless could be great but the first issue falls flat.
Invaders #7 succeeds as a callback to Civil War but it's a fairly standard beginning to a new chapter in the series.
A sentient (and possibly menacing) snowman is exactly the kind of wonderfully weird supporting character Loki needs
Eddie Brock's ghosts continue to haunt him in Venom #16.
Ms. Marvel tries to help Kl'rt build a better future.
In Fantastic Four #11, a new adversary threatened to defeat the heroes once and for all. The team was nearly defeated by... a driving test.
Family matters in Miles Morales: Spider-Man #7.
The event may be a slow-burn mystery but, with such a dull first issue, Bendis may have already smothered the flame of the fans' intrigue.
In the span of one issue, the Surfer saves the other heroes from the black hole, pulls himself back from the brink of destruction and fights alien gods.
With H1, Humanoids could revolutionize the comic book industry.
With Justice League #25, writer James Tynion IV delivers a riveting prologue to “Year of the Villain,��� DC’s upcoming company-wide event. By the end of the issue, the reader will be left begging for the official introduction to the expansive crossover.
Does this count as a vacation for "the world's loneliest detective?" Watching Batman come face-to-face with a dark version of himself isn't a new experience; Last year, DC churned out an extensive event primarily focused on the idea. Still, in Detective Comics Annual #2, writer Peter J. Tomasi revitalizes an idea plenty of Batman stories have explored over the years.