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Fantastic Five: Week of October 2, 2019

AiPT!’s five best reviewed comics of the week.

Welcome back to another addition of Fantastic Five where we compile our top five rated comics in one place for your reading enjoyment. This is our way to bring a little extra attention to the very best comics of the week so deemed by our entire writing staff. Know that we here at AiPT! take reviewing and criticism very seriously so if a comic is listed below you should feel confident in knowing the book is a fantastic read.


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Green Lantern #12

A thunderous finale to a fantastic season of comics. Dense as ever, gorgeous as always and full of earned, clever payoff that lays the path to the future

– Ritesh Babu

10/10

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Fantastic Four #15

Fantastic Four is back to being a bold, bright, rowdy and original sci-fi action-adventure. By the end of the issue, even after introducing a ton of new characters – it goes by quick – you feel as if you’ve experienced something that is so rare in comics: infinite possibilities.

– David Brooke

10/10

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DCeased #5

This was another amazing issue from this series, and with that cliffhanger ending I can’t wait to see how this miniseries wraps up.

– Christopher Franey

10/10

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House of X #6

This issue is an excellent conclusion to House of X, firmly establishing Krakoa as a nation and leaving enough unanswered to make the future of the X-line intriguing.

– Vishal Gullapal

9.5/10

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Dark Ark: After the Flood #1

Dark Ark: After the Flood #1 is a magnificent return to this dark and fantastic world and the characters that inhabit it, and was well worth the wait.

– Sean Nickerson

9.5/10

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