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Comic Book Previews & Reviews: 2012-08-15

Homecoming #1
Preview: Homecoming #1
3 Comic Previews
Nobody ever said being a teenager was easy… Just when you thought it was safe to go back to High School…Aspen Comics proudly presents an all-new series created by Michael …
The Shade #11
Review: The Shade #11
3 Comic Reviews
In "The Shade" #11, James Robinson and Frazer Irving wrap up the Celestial Pharaohs storyline with metaphysical knots and visual fireworks. The Shade proposes and then disposes like Man and God in one.
Revival #2
Review: Revival #2
3 Comic Reviews
The seemingly supernatural rural noir thriller from Tim Seeley and Mike Norton continues in "Revival" #2 as the cast starts to settle into their roles and supporting cast members enter.
Daredevil #17
Review: Daredevil #17
3 Comic Reviews
"Daredevil" #17 features art from fill-in artist superstar Michael Allred with a perfect excuse for Mark Waid to lead readers down memory lane into a fight with Stilt-Man and a case that reminds Matt Murdock about the best in life.
Bloodshot #2
Review: Bloodshot #2
3 Comic Reviews
Duane Swierczynski, Manuel Garcia, Arturo Lozzi, and Matt Ryan make "Bloodshot" #2 a successful mix of espionage and horror, as Bloodshot struggles to separate fiction from reality even as the limits to his powers emerge.
Wonder Woman #12
Review: Wonder Woman #12
3 Comic Reviews
"Wonder Woman" #12 rounds out its first year with a bang, as Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang bring us to the birth of Zola's baby... and the multiple cliffhanger surprises were sitting under our noses all along.
Batwoman #12
Review: Batwoman #12
3 Comic Reviews
Batwoman needs someone to help her chase the mythical, and J.H. Williams III and W. Haden Blackman use that as an opportunity to create their own "World's Finest" in "Batwoman" #12 as Wonder Woman guest-stars.
New Mutants #47
Review: New Mutants #47
3 Comic Reviews
"New Mutants" #47 begins the wind-down of the series, and Dan Abnett, Andy Lanning, and Felix Ruiz follow up from the previous storyline with a story about alternate realities sneaking up on you.
Supreme #66
Review: Supreme #66
3 Comic Reviews
Erik Larsen's run on "Supreme" continues with what feels like two very different books deliberately grafted together; one about the Liefeld-created Supreme, the other about the Moore-revamped Supreme -- but one half is better than the other
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