The final volume of 52 brings closure for the various characters, though without the expected tying together of the storylines.
The third volume of 52 beats even volume one in terms of shocks, surprise, and emotion, demonstrating the true power of a weekly comics series.
The second volume of DC Comic's weekly series brings more intrigue and a healthy does of cameos from around the DC Universe.
The first 52 collection offers both great super-heroics and a behind the scenes look at the making of the series.
'Captain Atom: Armageddon' sets a new standard for DC/Wildstorm crossovers, mixing superhero action with moral and philosophical wonderings.
DC Comics takes a risk in setting Checkmate among United Nations intellectualism, but the results are a comic smarter than most.
In the fifth Outsiders volume, with a reduced team, Judd Winick gets down to real black ops superheroics.
Face the Face offers a Batman relaunch that's more than just starting over, portraying a Dark Knight seeking redemption for his sins.
This soft Superman reboot may not soar like the title suggests, but it does leap a few buildings rather impressively.
The Y: The Last Man road trip wanders in Paper Dolls, despite the potential of the series' first male nudity.