Comic book reviews for Catwoman #12, Catwoman #13, and Catwoman #14 by Joëlle Jones, Fernando Blanco, Hugo Petrus, John Kalisz, Saida Temofonte, Laura Allred, Ram V, Mirka Andolfo, and Arif Prianto
Average rating: 2/5 stars
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Comic book reviews for Catwoman #10, Catwoman #11, and Catwoman Annual #1 by Joëlle Jones, Fernando Blanco, Hugo Petrus, John Kalisz, Saida Temofonte, Elena Casagrande, Scott Godlewski, Le Beau Underwood, and Jordie Bellaire
Average rating: 2.3/5 stars
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Comic book reviews for Wonder Woman #52, Wonder Woman #53, and Wonder Woman #54 by Steve Orlando, Aco, David Lorenzo, Romulo Fajardo Jr., Saida Temofonte, Hugo Petrus, Raúl Allén, Patricia Martín, and Borja Pindado
Average rating: 3.6/5 stars
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Yes, the time has come to say goodbye to (aka light on fire) 2016 and ring in 2017. Here’s a look back at the Best and the Worst of 2016* Comic Books.
I reviewed 265 pieces of individual media on this blog this year. Giant Days, Jem and the Holograms, and Lumberjanes had the most individual issue reviews at 12 issues each. Technically, I reviewed 16 Wonder Woman comics; but the New 52 and Rebirth comics are vastly different stories and one was close to the top 5 and the other at the bottom rating-wise.
I changed the format a bit as some stories start off or end strong, which might be my only reviews. But for series where I reviewed many issues, I can be tough even on series that I love, and I wanted this list to reflect consistency in storytelling.
The Best Series (reviewing 6+ issues)
26 different series eligible in this category.
1. Monstress by Marjorie Liu and Sana Takeda
Average rating: 5/5
This book is gorgeous with its fantasy, art deco, and manga influences in Takeda’s pencils. It’s horrifying with plots of a post-war world and a land of broken people. Mostly women, it’s full of women and their stories. It’s a challenge read for the soul. But also for the mind, as Liu’s world building and plots build bit-by-bit. You are immersed in them. Your hand isn’t held. You figure out how to use your feet while running just like the characters.
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Comic book reviews for Midnighter #10, Midnighter #11, and Midnighter #12 by Steve Orlando, Hugo Petrus, and ACO
Average rating: 4.6/5 stars
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Comic book reviews for Midnighter #7, Midnighter #8, and 9 by Steven Orlando, David Messina, ACO, and Hugo Petrus
Average rating: 4.6/5 stars
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