Ragnarok #6

This series is proof that some people just get better with age. Simonson? The man still has it. Martin? Even just the colors are worth the price of admission. Plus, everything is so metal.

Mega Man #52

With Mega Man ending, we’re running out of time for quality stories. Maybe that’s why this feels like such a tremendous missed opportunity.

Batman #43

This entire creative team consists of genetic freaks, grown in a lab for the sole purpose of writing powerful Batman stories.

Mega Man #51

There is always a lot to love about Mega Man, but a Mega Man comic with Sonic and Street Fighter? That’s on a whole other level of pure awesomeness. The Archie Action! line is somehow getting even cooler.

Batman #42

By Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo, Danny Miki, FCO Plascencia Despite the slow start, the new status quo of Batman has been really special. Snyder’s Batman…

Batman #41

By Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo, Danny Miki and Fco Plascencia DC has been promoting their new status quos for a while. Now that said status quo…

Groot #1

By Jeff Loveness and Brian Kesinger There’s a lot of fighting and dark times in current Marvel Comics. Secret Wars has been incredible, but sometimes…

Ragnarok #5

By Walt Simonson, Laura Martin, John Workman Ragnarök is essentially a metal album given visual form. There are a few current comics that are technically…