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Comic Book Previews & Reviews: 2014-02-05

Lazarus #6
Review: Lazarus #6
3 Comic Reviews
"Lazarus" #6 by Greg Rucka and Michael Lark continues the second storyline, "Lift," which gives a reader a glimpse of Forever's unusual childhood and also a look at how the non-Family 99% live.
Iron Man #21
Review: Iron Man #21
3 Comic Reviews
Kieron Gillen's "Iron Metropolitan" story carries on in "Iron Man" #21, and while centered around a neat idea, the actual execution weakens the issue, especially Joe Bennett and Scott Hanna's new characters bearing strong sim
All-New Invaders #2
Review: All-New Invaders #2
3 Comic Reviews
The old Invaders start to reunite in "All-New Invaders" #2, and are looking good as drawn by Steve Pugh and Guru-eFX. Writer James Robinson makes this reunion fun, but relies on a few too many contrivances to hold it together.
Forever Evil #5
Review: Forever Evil #5
3 Comic Reviews
Rounding the corner into the final lap, "Forever Evil" #5 affords Geoff Johns and David Finch an opportunity to give readers some fun matchups, like Black Adam and Giganta, Sinestro versus Power Ring.
Swamp Thing #28
Review: Swamp Thing #28
3 Comic Reviews
The new status quo kicks off in "Swamp Thing" #28, even as Charles Soule and Javier Pina finally give us the origin of Swamp Thing's ally Caupcine. The issue is a little slow, but the setup is intriguing.
Ms. Marvel #1
Review: Ms. Marvel #1
3 Comic Reviews
In G. Willow Wilson and Adrian Alphona's "Ms. Marvel" #1, Kamala Khan is tired of the rules that keep her from being a "normal" American teenager. With the detonation of the Inhuman terrigen bomb, however, all that's about to
Action Comics #28
Review: Action Comics #28
3 Comic Reviews
"Action Comics" #28 has underground civilizations, treacherous secret agents, and strange monsters. In other words, Greg Pak and Aaron Kuder are turning out a Superman comic that is right on target.
The Punisher #1
Review: The Punisher #1
3 Comic Reviews
Frank Castle has set up shop in Los Angeles in "The Punisher" #1 by Nathan Edmondson and Mitch Gerads, where both the scenery and his disposition are a little brighter, but his war on crime still yields a high body count.
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