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Comic Book Previews & Reviews: 2013-06-26

The Bounce #2
Review: The Bounce #2
3 Comic Reviews
"The Bounce" #2 by Joe Casey and David Messina follows the rest of The Bounce's day, in which Jasper has a disturbing encounter with his old buddy Zander, reveals the origin of his powers and has a run-in with the law.
The Wake #2
Review: The Wake #2
3 Comic Reviews
Spanning millions of years and with a fascinating and disturbing mystery at its center, Scott Snyder and Sean Murphy's "The Wake" #2 is a force to be reckoned with in comics storytelling.
Uncanny #1
Review: Uncanny #1
3 Comic Reviews
"Uncanny" #1 begins Andy Diggle and Aaron Campbell's new ongoing series and crime story about Weaver, a man on the make who has an empty life and an impressive but limited supernatural power.
Fatale #15
Review: Fatale #15
3 Comic Reviews
"Fatale" #15 has Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips return their noir horror story to the present day, even as we get a glimpse into the Seattle grunge era and what happens when Josephine comes into their midst.
Young Avengers #6
Review: Young Avengers #6
3 Comic Reviews
What do ex-superheroes do to make ends meet? Kieron Gillen and Kate Brown follow Speed and Prodigy at their mind-numbing job, even as Speed's past in "Young Avengers" begins to make an appearance.
Daredevil #27
Review: Daredevil #27
3 Comic Reviews
Cleanly and traditionally chronicled by artist Chris Samnee, Mark Waid's lengthy arc on this title culminates in "Daredevil" #27, a fun and fitting conclusion despite the misuse of DD's arch-foe Bullseye.
Larfleeze #1
Review: Larfleeze #1
3 Comic Reviews
In "Larfleeze" #1, Keith Giffen, J.M. DeMatteis, and Scott Kolins give us a comic that's supposed to be funny, but the key phrase in the first half of this sentence was "supposed to be."
Hawkeye #11
Review: Hawkeye #11
3 Comic Reviews
Matt Fraction, David Aja, and Matt Hollingsworth take a detour in "Hawkeye" #11 as we witness recent events (and those yet to come) through the eyes of Lucky, aka Pizza Dog, and it's fantastic.
Lazarus #1
Review: Lazarus #1
3 Comic Reviews
In "Lazarus" #1, Greg Rucka and Michael Lark explore a futuristic feudal world dominated by a few wealthy Families. Forever Carlyle, her Family's protector, faces new threats from within and without her Family's estate.
The Massive #13
Review: The Massive #13
3 Comic Reviews
Writer Brian Wood alters the direction of the series for the better in "The Massive" #13, while keeping all of the dystopian elements that have made it great. Plus, the welcome return of regular series artist Garry Brown.
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