For years now we've covered new comics as part of our larger books beat, but with new energy surrounding the rebooting of the DC Comics line, we've decided to begin collecting our comics pieces all in one place. Here's where you can find all of our reviews of the New 52, as well as interviews with creators and other considerations of the funnybook world. Check back daily as we'll be updating this page constantly.
Hawkman fails to outfly his reputation.
Firestorm is appropraiately up and down.
Terrorism! Nanocites! Not bad!
George Perez is already off this title.
This new JL title turns out to be the best.
Monsters, strippers and failure.
The weakest of the Batman titles limps out in the final week.
Supergirl needs help! Because she's a girl!
Don't let those abs for you, these vamps aren't vapid.
Another Bat title, and another winner.
Francis Manapul is the right man for the job.
Jonah Hex is back, this time in Gotham City.
Winick's one for two after this clunker.
Guy Gardner and John Stewart hold it down.
Wonder Woman kicks ass, even in her dumb shorts.
Captain Atom doesn't disappoint, or thrill, particularly.
Tony Bedard gleans from Green Lantern and Archie.
Red Hood is back. Should you care? In a word, nope.
Loads fo rage, very little substance.
Torture: It's all in good fun now.
Mister Terrific doesn't quite reach third-smartest comic territory.
Wildstorm's trademark character enters the DCU.
This new book needs the defibrillator already.
Father and son both have issues, but this #1 doesn't.
Legion Lost lives up to its name.
Green Lantern reboots right back where it left off.
The clone of the clone holds some promise.
DC gets both medieval and bloggy on us.
Gorgeous art, mediocre writing, a little T&A
Lemire has another winner.
Deathstroke almost has us at the tip of his improbable sword.
Jeff Lemire revives a DC myth and freaks everyone out.
JLI takes being "all over the map" a little too literally.
One of DC's signature titles is off to a strong start.
Winick and Oliver deliver a surprisingly good book.
The war comic returns, with mixed results.
Putting the action in action comics.
DC's New 52 has its first teenage hero.
Rob Liefeld returns to his roots with another shot at Hawk & Dove.
The Wildstorm team invades the DC Universe.
Barbara Gordon is back, no pun intended.
Scott Snyder hits the reboot's first home run.
Grant Morrison scores mostly positive marks during our roundtable.
The first salvo in DC's new 52 misses the mark.
The JL artist talks reboot and the future of comics.
Does DC’s new strategy fortell the end of print? Local retailers react.