Welcome to the Hot Shot of the Week Archive!
The Hot Shot of the Week is a spotlight review on one particular title of the week that stands head and shoulders above the rest of the offerings in any given week. Chosen by various contributing reviewers here at CR, the Hot Shot places the focus on the best of the week as chosen by that week's reviewer. When previews are available for the Hot Shot title those will be included as well.
Browse through the archive to take a look at previous Hot Shots, and leave your comments if you have something to add, positive or negative, or just conversation.
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Chuck Moore picks REBELS #8 as this week's choice and discusses a series he's been rooting to see succeed for years
Chuck Moore picks Secret Six #13 as this week's choice and makes the case for a title you should consider picking up
Eric Ratcliffe picks the 500th issue of Daredevil, which is also Ed Brubaker's last issue, as this week's pick
Irredeemable #5, Mark Waid's popular series from BOOM! Studios, starts a brand new arc for only 99 cents!
Blackest Night: Tales of the Corps #3 (of 3) Chuck Kennedy steps up to bat giving us reasons why this issue rocks
Invincible #64 The battle with CONQUEST comes to an end and there's a casualty in the brawl
Justice League: Cry for Justice #1 (of 7) - Robinson's stellar writing and Cascioli's awesome art make this one to get!
There are event driven books and there are books that are a bit of an event. Wednesday Comics falls into the later category.
Madman Atomic Comics #16 Eric spotlights Mike Allred's latest Madman tale for the Hot Shot this week and finds a treasure
X-Men Forever #1 Bill Gladman highlights the new series by Chris Claremont and Tom Grummett in this week's Hot Shot
A nice tribute to Bucky on his birthday in this one and done story complete with meaningful flashbacks into Bucky's past
If you've missed it so far, you have to check out this incredible new evil superhero series from Boom! Studios
If you loved Farscape when it first aired of the Sci Fi Channel, you will not forgive yourself if you miss this series
If you don't yet know we here at CR believe in Super Human Resources, I have to ask... "Where have you been?"
One of the best critically-received books in Image's line, we chat with Dynamo 5 writer Jay Faerber
J.M. DeMatteis creator-owned series Hero Squared returns and it's an easy choice for Hot Shot of the Week
Spider-Man may have met the President this week, but it's the turn of events in Final Crisis that scores our Hot Shot
David Lapham's Stray Bullets made him a highly respected creator in the '90s and Vertigo's Young Liars is not to be missed
Wrapping up Christos Gage's story arc, it's a very Western Hot Shot of the Week as The Man With No Name takes top honors
Kurt Busiek is widely regarded as one of the great writers in modern comics and Eye of the Camera earns Hot Shot honors
Scott Morse's Tiger!Tiger!Tiger! touches on themes of art, fatherhood, work, play and how we reconcile one to the next
Honors go to the relevance and strong storytelling of Alex Ross' Justice Society of America Kingdom Come Special: Superman
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