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REVIEW: X-Men: Red- “Abominations”

X-Men Red #5 Review Featured Cover In X-men: Red #5 Cassandra Nova has driven the world mad with an abominable hate for mutants.
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REVIEW: The Unexpected #1- “A New Age of Heroes Triumph”

The Unexpected 1 The Unexpected #1 has found an excellent beginning, and I look forward to many future issues.
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Do You Even Duel: Tournament 3 Finals- Reed and Sue Richards vs. Luke Skywalker and Mara Jade

Do You Even Duel Here we are, after much delay at the end of Do You Even Duel Tournament 3: Couples Edition.
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REVIEW: The Immortal Hulk #1- “Who’s the Real Horror?”

The Immortal Hulk #1 Spinning out of “No Surrender” Immortal Hulk #1 is a dark vision with a horrific method to Hulk’s madness.
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REVIEW: Infinity Countdown Captain Marvel #1 – “Artistic Heavy Lifting”

Infinity Countdown Captain Marvel #1 A light story is helped considerably by art that conveys emotion and, in a few places, elicits it.
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REVIEW: X-Men Red Annual #1 – “The #1 That Should Have Been?”

X-Men Red Annual 1 Not an emotional tour de force--an emotional road trip—slower, longer, and with a satisfying destination.
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REVIEW: Infinity Countdown Darkhawk #1 – “Hold the Stones, Please”

Infinity Countdown Darkhawk #1 Were it Darkhawk #1 rather than Infinity Countdown: Darkhawk #1 it would have been a more successful comic.
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REVIEW: Detective Comics #981 – “Truth and Consequences

Detective Comics #981 The end of James Tynion IV's Detective Comics run defies convention and receives all star artist support.
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REVIEW: Avengers #2

Avengers #2 looks great, gives us more Loki and has a smooth flow making it a pleasant read.
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Wakanda IV Ever Special Delivery- Bryan Edward Hill

Wakanda IV Ever SD Bryan Edward Hill Sceritz and Casj talk to one of the hardest working talents in the industry, Bryan Edward Hill, who has worked on Titans, Evil Dead, Postal, Michael Cray
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