What becomes of a people when every foundation of their existence changes? This heady philosophical concern is the heart of Way Of X #1's focus through
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A long-standing challenge for not just Earth’s mightiest heroes but the people of Earth gets an interesting new development. Avengers #45 leans heavily on
Chariot #2 is a wildly confectionary delight; this "synth-wave" adventure story combines the neon aesthetic of the 1980s with the realities of the
In a masterpiece of characterization, Doctor Who Comic #2.1: Missy captures every hilarious and engaging big of the performance by Michelle Gomez by
Throneworld under threat! The nascent alliance of the Kree and Skrull peoples calls Throneworld 2 its capital. Still, the techno-organic Progenitors have
Like N'Jadaka bringing his awful education home to Wakanda, Scout’s Honor #4 shows the dangers of all the cards being laid on the table. The question now
Batman: Urban Legends #2 is a thick anthology that has points to recommend but only actually shines without flaw in one space, with an outstanding Oracle
For months, the Black Cat has been working alongside her mentor to pull off the biggest heist ever: robbing the impossible-to-penetrate vault of the New
Oh. Oh, no. All right, well, in the immortal words of the philosopher Alvin Joiner, "it all comes down to this," as the winding and worrisome King in
Batman #107 checks in on a "maybe not so rich" Batman battling both a mystery involving the Scarecrow, some gang of randos, and the threat of the Gotham
There's a new host for the Phoenix Force, and ... well, honestly, Avengers #44 makes very little sense, but there it is nonetheless.
John Stewart is stepping up in a big way as the future of the spaceborne police force, which is at an unexpected crossroads. The one consistent thing you
Black Cat #4 features a new feline-themed adventurer who is intervening in Felicia Hardy's plans, and she’s on the cusp of being something.
False narratives, false flags, and more falsehoods than a 2020 presidential speech, what's most strange is how far Strange Adventures #9 is from the truth.
With all of the grace and forgiveness of a police officer giving slack to a mass murderer, this baffling issue offers the central spotlight of the title