The Legend Of Luther Arkwright. That’s it. That’s the sentence. There’s more Luther Arkwright, and it’s exactly as humanist and anti-fascist as you’d hope.
Hellboy and the B.P.R.D.: Time Is A River follows a 2020 Hellboy story from the Hellboy Winter Special called “The Miser’s Gift”.
Hit Me is the most original crime story of this year, not just comics, a subversive caper that takes a familiar plot and infuses it with unexpected twists
Al Ewing and Javier Rodríguez throw enough wrinkles in the “getting the team together” portion of Defenders: Beyond #1 that it reads fresh.
Neither especially good nor bad, Shang-Chi And The Ten Rings #1 reads like someone said, “produce a generic comic book”.
Daredevil #1 is a fake number one. There’s no good, but it’s livable. Marvel advertised the issue as a jumping-on point, and it fails on that front.
Grim #3 is reliably good and consistently surprising...Grim is quickly becoming one of Boom's best series.
With a cursory knowledge of recent X-Men activity, a reader can buy X-Men: Hellfire Gala #1 and see the through lines of the story unfold.
Promethee 13:13 #3 finally comes to something like an explanation. The promise of the first two issues, contact between aliens and humans finally occurs
Cyberpunk 2077: Blackout #2 continues the story of Arturo, the brain dance repairman with an unplayable debt due much too soon.
Mind MGMT: Bootleg #1 reminds me: It’s good to read a Mind MGMT comic again. The series is about a shadowy organization that runs the world through psychic espionage.
In Pearl III #2, a reader can see (or intuit) what writer Brian Bendis (and artist Michael Gaydos) do well: show character.
In The Lonesome Hunters #1 (apparently a miniseries?), Tyler Crook (artist and co-creator of Harrow County) takes full control of a new series
The story about this one shot is the same as the other self-contained stories: The artists are top notch, and the stories are always right for them.
Stray is absolutely a comic in the style of young people at bars hurting each other emotionally and trying to heal