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The degradation of the Nova mythos continues with the truly terrible NINO #11
Lawrence Napoli reviews the latest from Jennifer Lawrence.
A great hop-aboard issue for new readers.
The best keeps getting better in this noir stew by Diggle and Campbell.
Mighty Avengers is turning out to be a very entertaining vehicle.
GLC #26 builds the character of John Stewart in a strong, beautiful story.
It’s a dynamic, action-packed, dramatic and exciting superhero comic.
This book hits all the right notes.
They may be square pegs, but this animated short fit Byron's Sunday fine.
Holy House of M! Doc Doom conquers the world?
An entertaining toon, with good animation, in-jokes and action.
Great read, especially for Holmes and mystery buffs.
This mini really hits the mark of possibly becoming an ongoing.
The prince of pulp is back in a great new series.
A fun cosmic ride!
Fun, surprising, shocking and action packed!
Reads like a classical superhero story but still feels fresh and exciting.
Could it get any worse? It did. Written like a bad situation comedy.
Inhumanity #1 was light on action and overall was a real snoozefest.
Byron says this one is a fun and involving adventure.
A conclusion for the ages and a satisfying end to a cosmic classic.
Timelord offers it's a complete train wreck and more!
Darren Blackburn reviews the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary!
Great action, characterization packed into this episode.