It’s always fun to see writers play in each other’s playgrounds, and in The Immortal Hulk: The Threshing Place, Jeff Lemire does a solid job maintaining the tone Al Ewing has honed for The Immortal Hulk
Al Ewing, who has been steering the Hulk ship with the Immortal Hulk series goes deep into the psyche of Jennifer Walters.
Zeb Wells and Stephen Segovia have done a solid job with both this issue and their entire first arc of Hellions.
If you’re a newcomer to the mythology of Ultraman, this first issue is an easily accessible read that doesn’t require any knowledge of the character.
Artist Neal Adams has teamed with writer Mark Waid for a new Fantastic Four mini-series that lets both legendary creators run free outside current continuity.
The first issue of Peter David’s Maestro serves as a stellar origin story that even those unfamiliar with the title character will enjoy.
Marauders #11 is so well-crafted by writer Gerry Duggan because of the focus on those who love Kitty Pryde.
Empyre #4 is full of meaningful storyline developments that will matter even after the event comes to its conclusion.
This week’s Heroes & Villains takes us into the world of Dark Nights: Death Metal Legends of the Dark Knights, along with a look at Giant-Size X-Men: Fantomex.
Sure there’s action, but both X-Factor #1 and Captain Marvel #18 shine thanks to their focus on character development.
Lords of Empyre: Emperor Hulkling and Empyre: X-Men not only compliment the Empyre event, but they stand on their own as well.
The New Mutants panel from Comic-Con @Home had an added bonus to go with appearances from the cast and director Josh Boone.