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Even Byron did not see the twist ending Jason Aaron springs on us.
It’s hard to find a book better on the stands today than Warlord of Mars!
Slott offers a tantalizing tease for the Sentinel of the Spaceways.
This World is off to a great start!
Great story, so-so art and some well-received big-bads.
Peter David is back, and so is X-Factor! Great first issue.
More mini-series should be like this. A fun read!
Timelord says it's the best of the worst thus far.
Lawrence isn't too impressed with Peter Jackson's latest take. Read more inside!
A noir book whose subplots pay off! A wonderful read for mystery fans.
Red Lanterns as a book is coming into its own.
Writer Nate Cosby plays to Vampirella’s weaknesses, showing her vulnerability.
A creepy but involving tale true to its brilliant TV parent.
CBN's UK correspondent Darren Blackburn reviews Matt Smith's finale!
Hickman continues his beautifully slow build-up to cosmic wonder, with new readers in mind.
This is one of the best books on the market, and you’re probably not reading it.
This is the book you show folks who want to know why you read comics!
Byron can only say, 'What a book!'
Another fine cosmic work by Justin Jordan & Crew.
Want to get "a head" in life? This is the issue for you!
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.

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