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    Superman #14

    Superman has always been a problem character.  The thing is that writing a good story for the Man of Steel actually isn’t an impossible task, it’s just a very difficult one.

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    Talon #2

    THE COURT OF OWLS HAS SENTENCED YOU TO SPOILERS.



    We all remember Night of the Owls, right? It was a big deal.

     

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    FF #1

    With the Fantastic Four planning on taking an impromptu vacation, even if only for four minutes, they’re still going to need a team to take helm of the Future Foundation.

    LOT 13 #2

          The first issue of Lot 13 was full of creepy tension, hanging like a guillotine above the heads of an unsuspecting family moving into their first home. The second issue was f

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    Multiple Warheads #2

                Multiple Warheads is the type of book that every comic book creator that didn’t write it loses sleep over. It’s the

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    Green Hornet #31

    Right off the bat it's clear Dynamite is hoping Masks is bringing more readers to Green Hornet.  This issue begins with a very uncharacteristic rundown of all the main characters and sto

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    Flash #14

    Anyone who has been reading Manapul and Buccellato's Flash knows that month after month it never fails to entertain.  In Flash #14, they've really upped their game.  Part two of

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    X-Men Legacy #2

                Dead parents are about as common as colds in the Marvel and DC universes, to the point where it’s (quite literally) overki

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    Batman Incorporated #5

    WATCH OUT FOR THAT SPOILER!!!



    Batman Inc. is a mixed bag. From the beginning, it's been an odd, mildly trippy, sometimes simply confusing thrill ride through Grant M

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    Teen Titans #14

                Teen Titans, by its nature, has to navigate a great deal of obstacles that the majority of other comic books don’t have to

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