New Avengers #10

By Jonathan Hickman & Mike Deodato As far as tie-ins go, Infinity has been great. Avengers and New Avengers are actually part of the story…

X-Men #5

By Brian Wood, David Lopez, Cam Smith, & Laura Martin. This Battle of the Atom tie-in features the ladies of the X-Men team attempting to…

Mighty Avengers #1

By Al Ewing and Greg Land It’s nice to see diversity in comics. DC and Marvel are littered with white, straight dudes flying around and…

Avengers #19

By Jonathan Hickman and Leinil Francis Yu Avengers isn’t the easiest book to jump on board with. If you haven’t read the previous 18 issues,…

Fantastic Four #12

By Matt Fraction, Christopher Sebela and Mark Bagley Fantastic Four #12 was supposed to be Fraction’s last issue as the sole writer, but alas, both…

Superior Spider-Man #17

While not everything flows well, Spider-Man 2099’s return is still exciting and worth a read. Coupled with Stegman’s art, this arc has a lot going for it. Now let’s all hope for the miracle of a consistently well written story arc.

Infinity #2

While Infinity #2 is fantastic, one must wonder how much entertainment and appreciation you can squeeze out of this story if you aren’t at least reading Avengers and New Avengers. All three titles are incredible, but not everybody can afford to buy numerous books, especially if it’s just to get one story. With both DC and Marvel screaming for your attention, it can be hard to tell what to spend your money on. Well, Infinity should be one, with Avengers and New Avengers a close second and third.

Captain Marvel #15

By Kelly Sue DeConnick, Jen Van Meter, Patrick Olliffe, Drew Geraci, & Andy Troy. In the aftermath of the last issue of Captain Marvel we were…