Uncanny X-Men #18

Uncanny X-Men #18

We’re not let down this month as Bunn shows us once again that a well crafted story with characters that you love make a huge difference in story telling

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

Kingpin #1

Kingpin #1

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

Hawkeye #3

Hawkeye #3

Well-paced, well-plotted, and perfectly builds upon the interesting mystery

Champions #5

Champions #5

This is a pretty decent little series though, but it is getting a bit political, which is a turn off. Mark Waid is an excellent writer and he’s teamed with Humberto Ramos, who is turning in some of his best work of his career right now. This is a series worth reading

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

Extraordinary X-Men #18

Extraordinary X-Men #18

Extraordinary X-Men has been very good lately. There could be any number of reasons why, but it seems like Lemire is thriving with these smaller, self contained stories