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Best episode to date! There is hope for this series, yet!
By no means a must buy, but a fun issue nonetheless.
Russell Johnson offers The Battle of the Atom has been a solid read.
Russell Johnson says "Johns is great when he walks on the dark side, and Forever Evil #2 is proof positive!"
Good story and great art. You should definitely be picking up this title.
Russell Johnson offers: "Some of the best action and surprises of any comic I’ve read this week."
Another unimpressive attempt to capitalize on The Avengers movie.
A mediocre issue of a great comic.
Marvel Cosmic at its best NOW.
The powers at Marvel are stupidly determined to continue the Lo(e)botomization of the Nova concepts.
These characters deserve such better treatment than they’re now receiving.
Mark Millar shows the plight of an angry brother and a belittled son to overthrow the world's greatest hero. Absolute devastation awaits you in this brilliant look at the world of supers!
Matt Kindt delivers a spectacular look at the forbidden history of Hal Jordan's biggest foe -- Sinestro! A fantastic read!
A shinning star in the mediocre "Villain's Month" from DC. Geoff Johns gives us a tale worthy of the hype and gets fans excited for what comes next!
"Epic in scope as suits the mythological story deserving of the gods," offers Russell Johnson.
Lawrence takes an in-depth look at what could be the Game of the Year. Please, game responsibly.
Russell Johnson says this is the turning point for the "Battle of the Atom" storyline!
Russell Johnson offers it's "a good Bane story without having to rehash origins."
Russell Johnson offers it's "one of the better villains books of the week."
One of the better Villains Month issues that ties into the main series offers Russell Johnson.
New to CBN, Russell Johnson offers this is "definitely the standout issue in the final week of Villains month."
EIC Matt McGloin offers it's an unimpressive debut for Marvel Studios and more.
Lawrence Napoli says it's the first Oscar worthy film of the Fall.
Great build up, but falls flat.