This issue focuses on Violet’s present, with writer Jody Houser placing Violet in a situation that forces her to play the hero in Mother Panic #3.
Superwoman #7 continues to provide some really interesting moments but there are unfortunately many weaknesses that accompany those positive aspects.
Marvel had the corner on a unique service with their digital comics redemption program, so why change it and create a digital code dilemma?
Champions #5 transcends simple comic fantasy because Mark Waid and team dare to take on reality with this powerful issue.
Justice League Vs. Suicide Squad? This should be a short fight, right? Wrong! Joshua Williamson spins a surprising tale to make this fight interesting.
With Angel Catbird Vol. 1, author Margaret Atwood transitions from the traditional prose of fiction to sequential art of comics, but she should have just stuck with her original craft.
Joëlle Jones’s Lady Killer 2 #1 is a solid continuation of the plot she began with Jaime S. Rich, and with keen artistic detail.
There’s no Rick, Maggie, Carl or Michonne in this issue of The Walking Dead, but it’s an excellent issue with antagonists doing what they do best while surviving the zombie apocalypse.