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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David Pinckney finds a witty, easy to follow and dramatic story in the first issue of this miniseries by Wells and Crain
Hot Shot of the Week Sapphire Gypsy of The Nerd Girls Eye View reviews the New 52 relaunch of Detective
Pigs #1 - David O'Leary gives us a look at this new title from Image Comics by Nate Cosby and Ben McCool
Action Comics #1 Regular columnist Gordon Dymowski shares his opinions on the New 52's Action Comics #1
Spawn #209 - David O'Leary tries the book out again and becomes reconverted and encourages you check it out
All Nighter #1 - David O'Leary chooses All Nighter for its solid story-telling and impacting art
Hot Shot of the Week David O'Leary selects Graveyard of Empires #1 for it's unbelievable high quality of story
David O'Leary picks this week's Hot Shot of the Week as he selects Captain America The Fighting Avenger one shot
David O'Leary gives his thoughts on the rebirth of the Fantastic Four with FF #1 for the Hot Shot of the Week
David O'Leary's Hot Shot Of The Week pays homage to the passing of Johnny Storm and a great issue of Marvel's FF
In a week where Fantastic Four is dominating the headlines, it's Captain America that catches David O'Leary's eye
David O'Leary selects the launch of the Walking Dead Weekly as this weeks easy choice for Hot Shot of the Week
David O'Leary selects 28 Days Later #18 as our latest Hot Shot of the Week for the sheer entertainment value presented
David O'Leary selects Jonah Hex #62 as our latest Hot Shot of the Week as the current one-shot story utterly impresses
Otomo selects Wonder Woman as our latest Hot Shot of the Week. It's a story that continues to impress!
John Wilson selects the latest Lantern spin-off series as Green Lantern: Emerald Warriors debuts
John Wilson selects a very different and strangely enjoyable Secret Six #24 as this week's Hot Shot
Chuck Moore returns and jumps over to Image selecting Cowboy Ninja Viking #6 as this week's Hot Shot of the Week
Darren Mueller stops by to talk Superman, review issue #701 and select this week's official Hot Shot
Chuck picks a new Hot Shot giving honors to Shadowland #1, an event kickoff coming out of a solid Daredevil storyline
Chuck picks this week's highly controversial Wonder Woman #600 and celebrates this Hot Shot that he quite enjoyed
It may seem like a no brainer, but Chuck celebrates the arrival of The Walking Dead #73 as this week's Hot Shot
Picking up, reading and reviewing the issue at HeroesCon, Darren Mueller gives his thoughts on Irredeemable #14
A longtime Legion of Super-Heroes fan christens Paul Levitz new #1 as the book you should not miss this week
Chuck Moore picks Brightest Day #1 for the Hot Shot as he explains why this is more than just another "event" kickoff
Chuck Moore picks American Vampire #2 for the Hot Shot honor as he celebrates a bit of creepy, cool Vertigo fun
Bill Gladman picks Captain America/Black Panther: Flags of Our Fathers for the Hot Shot honor this week
Dustin Carson gives The Marvels Project #7 the honor this week for Brubaker goodness
Nova #35 receives the honor this week from the G-Man, stating it's 'all Marvel, all cosmic, all good'
Batman: Widening Gyre #5 ends the Marvel streak as the DC title takes center stage as G-Man's pick this week
Invincible Iron Man #24 lands the spot courtesy of the G-Man, Bill Gladman, for its old school goodness
The Marvels Project #6 receives the honor this week from our own Bill Gladman
Doomwar Another event book makes the spot as Bill Gladman continues to be surprised by Marvel titles
Strange #4 surprisingly takes the stage in this week's Hot Shot courtesy of Bill Gladman
Siege #2 gets the spotlight this week from Bill Gladman who calls Siege possibly the best event he's ever read!
Guardians of the Galaxy Bill Gladman steps up to the plate again, this time delving into Cosmic Marvel
Bill Gladman continues to enjoy Siege as this week he highlights Dark Avengers #13 for the honor
Chuck Moore calls this week's Hot Shot as he selects Invincible Iron Mas as "Invincibly Eisner Worthy!"
Siege #1 Bill Gladman, a non-Bendis fan, gives high marks for this first issue in Marvel's next big event
Spy Guy #1 Mike Kitchen's mystery - noir - action adventure title offered on Indy Comic Book Week gets the honor
John Wilson highlights The Brave and the Bold #30 featuring Green Lantern and Dr. Fate as the Hot Shot this week
Fall of the Hulks Alpha A Rogues Gallery of super intelligent super villains unite and incite the Fall
Blackest Night #5 Chuck Kennedy returns and shines the spotlight on the latest big event chapter from DC
Chuck Kennedy steps up to the plate and recommends Supergirl #47 as the Hot Shot for this week
Daredevil #502 Dustin Carson celebrates new writer Andy Diggle's new direction for the Man Without Fear
Brant Fowler thinks Secret Six #15 from DC Comics this week is a winner hands down on several levels
Hot Shot of the Week Chuck has to admit he likes reading the Fantastic Four once again as cosmic + family = cool!
Hot Shot of the Week Chuck chats up the cosmic goodness and heartfelt reunions of Mighty Avengers #30
Green Lantern Corps #41 the Black Lanterns seek to consume the green power battery and destroy Oa
Brant Fowler gives Deadpool #16 a try and really digs it, picking it as the best of the crop this week
John Wilson picks Superman Secret Origin #1 as this week's choice and shares a nice review along the way
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