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Brandon J. Griffin - Comic Book Critic
Voyager has come back for another big-time story. Avengers: No Road Home is the follow-up to Avengers: No Surrender from the writing trio of Al Ewing, Jim Zub, and Mark Waid.
The next chapter in the AGE OF X-MAN is here with NEXT GEN. Ed Brisson and Marcus To show us what the students of this mutant utopia are getting themselves into.
Hot off the success of Old Man Hawkeye, Marvel enlists writer Ethan Sacks to tell another story for the growing "Old Man Superhero" brand. OLD MAN QUILL #1 shows us the future of the Guardians Of The Galaxy for this timeline.
A new chapter begins for Matt Murdock in the all-new DAREDEVIL #1. Writer Chip Zdarsky and artist Marco Checchetto team up for the ongoing series.
A world where mutants are no longer feared and hated, rather they are the reigning species. Enter the dream of Nate Grey, enter the AGE OF X-MAN...
A new age of GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY is upon us and the galaxy "is broken." The all-star duo of Donny Cates and Geoff Shaw (THANOS) takes us back among the stars.
Spencer & Ottley wrap-up our trip through memory lane with Amazing Spider-Man #13. Spidey takes a backseat to his new partner, J. Jonah Jameson, as he confronts his past mistakes.
Uncanny X-Men marches on, fighting fatigue and staleness along with setting up the next era for the flagship Marvel title.
Marvel's rock star writer Tom Taylor gets a Spidey book with rising art star Juann Cabal. Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man focuses on the people surrounding our favorite web-slinger.
Uncanny X-Men keeps rolling at its weekly pace and churning out a solid opening number to what will hopefully be a longstanding series once again.
Al Ewing and Joe Bennett continue to deliver more than we could have ever expected with this stellar Immortal Hulk run. This has easily been one of the best Marvel books of the year.
Spinning out of the X-Men story event, Extermination, comes an all-new X-Force series. A new era for Cable means a new era for his bruising band of mutants.
Ed Brisson sends the time displaced X-Men teens back to their own timeline for good. Extermination ends in an explosive and exciting fashion, marking the end of an era for X-Men comics.
Spider-Man and J. Jonah Jameson put their friendship and partnership to the test in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #12. They're in over their heads facing off against a parade of JJJ's troubled past in the form of a death trap by Arcade.
This week we get our first wave of the new era for The Defenders. Namor: The Best Defense #1 brings readers up to speed on the king of Atlantis. IMPERIUS REX!
The creative team from Marvel Legacy's Cable series reunite to give the big guy one last sendoff. X-Men: The Exterminated #1 acts as a bridge from Extermination to the upcoming X-Force series, but delivers much more.
Uncanny X-Men's triumphant return to Marvel Comics is a fast-paced, weekly thrill ride. Strap yourself in and try to keep up because missing a week could be costly.
It's been a long and enjoyable run with our adamantium-laced, grey-haired grump. Dead Man Logan #1 starts the final leg of his story. With the original Wolverine back in action, it was only a matter of time.
Uncanny X-Men is back and on a weekly basis. Everyone's favorite Marvel mutants are back in the proper place. Marvel's previous ResurreXion initiative was just a warm-up, now we're in for a real return to greatness.
Amazing Spider-Man #9 sees Spider-Man and Black Cat work on repairing their complicated friendship while Mary Jane goes on an important journey of her own.