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Ranking the All New All Different Marvel: 50 – 41

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Spider-Man 2099

Peter David & Will Sliney
I didn’t hate it, but that’s about all I can say very strongly. I do like Spider-Man and I think this version might go a more serious route, so I’m willing to give it a chance. For the moment, the prospect of a dark Spider-Man and the awesome covers have me interested….for the moment. – SS

Groaning at the first few pages isn’t usually good. I kind of thought the whole fun of Spider-Man 2099 was seeing the Marvel world in the future so without that concept, I am out. – BC

First collection: Spider-Man 2099, Vol. 1: Smack to Future (April)

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Moon Girl & Devil Dinosaur

Amy Reeder & Brandon Montclare
It’s pretty hip in the comic world to resurrect lesser-known Kirby works, but after reading this, I feel like it’s lesser known for a reason. A story with a super genius and a dinosaur pet as main characters initially seems awesome, but I’m not as excited to read further as I am interested to know what the heck is going on. I believe it’s good to not answer all questions right away, but this book could have done a bit more to flesh out the background. And the art is pretty average, not at all Kirby-chic. – RF

First collection: Moon Girl & Devil Dinosaur, Vol. 1: BFF (July)

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All New All Different Marvel – Week 3

Only three new series debut this week, but with the second issues of two of the more high profile All New Marvel titles, it has made for a fairly engaging week 3.

The Inhumans are becoming a more integral part of Marvel’s bigger picture, so it makes sense to see them getting  the star treatment in the comics as well. Karnak is featured in a Warren Ellis book, and the Uncanny Inhumans, first teased both in a “zero” issue and Free Comic Day preview earlier this year, hits the shelves courtesy of Charles Soule and Steve McNiven.

All New All Different premieres
Astonishing Ant-Man #1
Karnak #1
Uncanny Inhumans #1

Continuing titles
Amazing Spider-Man #2
Invincible Iron Man #2
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