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Comic Book Previews & Reviews: 2014-02-19

Morning Glories #37
Review: Morning Glories #37
3 Comic Reviews
Nick Spencer and Joe Eisma's "Morning Glories" #37 puts on the spotlight on Akiko while she is in a coma, giving readers glimpses of her childhood as well as weaving in new players and old friends and foes.
Fables #138
Review: Fables #138
3 Comic Reviews
With one year left, "Fables" #138 touches base with Geppetto once more. And if you think Bill Willingham and Russ Braun are going to show a happy reformed conqueror, you're well mistaken.
Animal Man #28
Review: Animal Man #28
3 Comic Reviews
As the series starts to wind to a close, "Animal Man" #28 has Jeff Lemire and Rafael Albuquerque wrap up the Brother Blood storyline, even as the book doesn't lose sight of its focus on family.
The White Suits #1
Review: The White Suits #1
3 Comic Reviews
Sifting through his staggered memories, an amnesiac pieces together his violent past as the notorious White Suits tear through the criminal underworld in Frank J. Barbiere and Toby Cypress' "The White Suits" #1.
Uncanny X-Men #17
Review: Uncanny X-Men #17
3 Comic Reviews
Chris Bachalo brings some great layouts, tight linework, and attractive coloring to "Uncanny X-Men" #17, even if nothing really happens in Brian Michael Bendis' excessively long-winded and meandering story.
Batwoman #28
Review: Batwoman #28
3 Comic Reviews
"Batwoman" #28 is having Marc Andreyko and Jeremy Haun pick up some steam with the Wolf Spider storyline, although the domestic side of the book feels a little out of the blue.
Nova #13.NOW
Review: Nova #13.NOW
3 Comic Reviews
Beta Ray Bill stops by Carefree, Arizona to visit this comic book's headliner in "Nova" #13.NOW by writer Gerry Duggan with art from Paco Medina, Juan Vlasco, David Curiel and Albert Deschesne.
Daredevil #36
Review: Daredevil #36
3 Comic Reviews
"Daredevil" #36 finishes off Mark Waid's first series as it leads directly into the next, where Waid and artist Chris Samnee deliver a tensely-paced and satisfying conclusion that sets a permanent new direction for the character.
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