Venom #4

Venom #4

We can assume this flat story telling of new host, Lee Price, will either get the hint, get a swift kick in the ass and make some changed or he will become a foot note in the history of Venom hosts

Sex Criminals #16

Sex Criminals #16

Beneath the potty humor and sexual themes, there is a genuine story about how to navigate falling in love in extraordinary circumstances

Kingpin #1

Kingpin #1

If these two can continue their pace of well versed storytelling with engrossing art, this will be a tremendous book

All-Star Batman #7

All-Star Batman #7

This series is as much of a love note to Batman as it is to his villains which makes this is a must read for every Batman fan or anyone who wants to be one

The Walking Dead #163

The Walking Dead #163

Kirkman and Adlard could give a master class in comic writing and art and story cooperation. The consistency and emotive delivery of the story every month is unmatched in our current comic era

Star Wars: Darth Maul #1

Star Wars: Darth Maul #1

Bunn and Ross are telling that tale that audiences knew existed of bloodshed and destruction to add to the allure of Darth Maul

Bullseye #1

Bullseye #1

With art that gets the tone of the book there could be a lot to look forward to from this series as long as we see some depth added to Bullseye along the way

Green Lanterns Vol. 1: Rage Planet

Green Lanterns Vol. 1: Rage Planet

Green Lanterns Vol 1 is a real winner to come out of DC’s Rebirth event because Humphries and Rocha have true chemistry as a creative team that really bring the Green Lanterns alive with classic story telling and compelling art

Surgeon X #5

Surgeon X #5

The story overall from Kenney feels rushed, and hurried without a purpose as there is no looming threat or bad guy breathing down the neck of our heroine. The main plot feels heavy burdened by her own personal backstory of her mom’s death, complicated sibling relationships, and own personal attempt at saving the world as a one woman surgeon