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Comic Book Previews & Reviews: 2012-09-26

Review: Superman
3 Comic Reviews
"Superman" #0 debuts its new creative team of Scott Lobdell and Kenneth Rocafort with a trip back to Krypton pre-destruction with the discovery of a conspiracy entangling Jor-El.
Review: Voodoo
3 Comic Reviews
"Voodoo" #0, written by Joshua Williamson and drawn by Sami Basri, retreads old information about Voodoo's clone and their mutual lab origins in this finale to the series.
Batman Incorporated
Review: Batman Incorporated
3 Comic Reviews
"Batman Incorporated" #0 by writers Grant Morrison and Chris Burnham and artist Frazer Irving feels like attending a crowded party hosted by Batman, with an excess of introductions to charming characters and a lack of connecting plot.
Archie #637
Preview: Archie #637
3 Comic Previews
“Archie’s Storybook: A Riverdale Fable” (Part 1 of 2) – When Archie unleashes the hidden powers in an old statue in the woods, things get very strange in Riverdale. He …
X-Men #36
Review: X-Men #36
3 Comic Reviews
Brian Wood and David López continue their excellent X-Men run that effortlessly blends big ideas and more intimate character work into good solid superhero comics.
Happy! #1
Review: Happy! #1
3 Comic Reviews
"Happy!" #1 by Grant Morrison and Darick Robertson reads like weakened Mark Millar or Garth Ennis until the arrival of titular character Happy the Horse, upon which the comic reveals its true colors of perky insanity and subtle satire.
Prophet #29
Review: Prophet #29
3 Comic Reviews
"Prophet" #29 lets Brandon Graham and Farel Dalrymple tell a story about rebellion within a space war that stands perfectly on its own, even as it also quietly fits into the greater whole.
The Flash
Review: The Flash
3 Comic Reviews
Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato bring back the "who killed Nora Allen?" storyline in "The Flash" #0, and in doing so give it a little more meat than previously seen.
Review: Talon
3 Comic Reviews
In a strong addition to DC's zero month, James Tynion IV, Scott Snyder and Guillem March introduce Calvin Rose to the DCU in "Talon" #0.
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