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A whole new way to experience time travel.
Cool comic. Fun comic. Cosmic comic!
What more can you ask for in one monthly book? Simply cosmic, man!
An amazing debut issue full of magic, mysticism and upheaval that will have fans talking about the "next big thing!" Spectacular effort by Miskiewics and Schmidt!
An amazing combination of action and emotion that will make you ponder why you would read anything else. The future of the Valiant Universe begins here!
Gillen and McKelvie deliver a whole new take on modern gods in this Image Comics series.
It is way past time for NINO to go away and never be heard tell of again.
Jason Aaron continues to shock and astound fans with this amazing murder mystery tale. This is truly Marvel's best "event" book in years!
One of the most enjoyable Inhumans-oriented Marvel toons of all time.
It is good to read an old-fashioned, fun comic book. Innovative.
Simply amazing!
This is just another attempt by Marvel to grab as much cash from readers as they can on "event" books. Too bad this one has NOTHING to do with Original Sin by Jason Aaron!
A "slow burn" issues that answers some questions but leave plenty up in the air. Instead of hordes of zombies, this one gives you great character buildup!
America's newest secret weapon drops into France during WWII in this exciting Dark Horse title.
All in all, Green Lantern and its franchise seem in safe hands these days.
Cyclops is giving us multiple bang for our buck. Support it if your wallet allows.
Startling revelations and more profound questions await you in this astounding tale of intrigue and murder within the Marvel Universe!
Two of DC's greatest heroines team up in this original graphic novel by Paul Dini and Joe Quinones!
This issue has its problems – but it is one of the better of the worst.
Something is missing in Avengers #30. Byron thinks it is the story.
Simply put: The Avengers (at least here) are mighty again!
For those who lived through Starlin's gems, this is a walk in the park.
Jodorowsky and Moebius' first comic book is still a showcase of sequential art and craft.
Nix Bieber-NINO, keep the marketing strategy, and apply it to a resurrected Volume IV Rider Nova.