moon knight #1 : warren ellis steps in with a fresh take on a difficult character, and declan shalvey takes his game to a new level with killer pacing, characterizations, and design. and a swanky new look for our crazy hero.
turok #2 : this is an inventive new spin on a classic character, with sensitive, imaginative writing from greg pak and fine art from mirko colak.
batman/superman annual #1 : a straight forward superhero romp graced by the exquisite art of jae lee and june chung.
uncanny x-men #18 : marco rudy, fresh off a bang up stint on marvel knights spider-man, weaves and winds through this issue with some of the most interesting layouts in a long time.
afterlife with archie #4 : a powerful issue that hits you with a punch. this book is just getting better, somehow.
jupiter’s legacy #4 : the best issue of this series so far, with some enjoyable character moments and peak frank quitely art.
she hulk #2 : the first issue was no fluke. charles soule and javier pulido (and THE PRIVATE EYE’s muntsa vicente!) are on to something special here.
starlight #1 : i hope this is the breakout book goran parlov so richly deserves. this is a gorgeous comic with impeccable design and storytelling on parlov’s part, and mark millar has a fun concept lined up.
wolverine and the x-men #1 : summer school kicks off at the jean grey school, and the kids are in good hands with jason latour, who slides right into jason aaron’s place with enough of his own voice to make things feel fresh, and mahmud asrar, who’s come a long way from his digital webbing days.
velvet #4 : top-notch spy thriller from brubaker and epting. this series is really finding its groove.
trillium #7 : we’re nearing the end of this fantastic mini series.