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Comic Book Previews & Reviews: 2013-02-13

Bedlam #4
Review: Bedlam #4
3 Comic Reviews
"Bedlam" #4 takes Nick Spencer and Riley Rossmo's philosophical crime procedural series from good to great. The focus shifts from characterization to action as the real killer's deeper motivations are revealed.
Team 7 #5
Review: Team 7 #5
3 Comic Reviews
Writer Justin Jordan and artists Jesús Merino and Pascal Alixe add depth and detail to the DC Universe in "Team 7" #5 with a modern-day conversation between Deathstroke and Lynch and a flashback sequence exposing the origins of cybernetic organ
The New Ghostbusters #1
Review: The New Ghostbusters #1
3 Comic Reviews
The regular Ghostbusters have abducted, so in "Ghostbusters" #1 by Erik Burnham and Dan Schoening, the supporting female characters are front and center as they must deal with ghost-busting and negotiating with City Hill on their own.
Morning Glories #24
Review: Morning Glories #24
3 Comic Reviews
In the double-sized "Morning Glories" #24, Nick Spencer and Joe Eisma concentrate on Ike in a story that uses its larger canvas wisely, moving between past and present, building towards a foreshadowed but still shocking extended ending crescendo
Katana #1
Review: Katana #1
3 Comic Reviews
Ann Nocenti and Alex Sanchez forge a new path for Tatsu Toro in "Katana" #1 for an impressive debut issue that hit all of the marks necessary for a strong introductory issue.
Uncanny X-Men #1
Review: Uncanny X-Men #1
3 Comic Reviews
Brian Michael Bendis and Chris Bachalo take readers behind the scenes of the new mutant rebellion as Cyclops continues to build his team and a mysterious figure feeds S.H.I.E.L.D all his secrets in "Uncanny X-Men" #1.
Batman: Li’l Gotham #5
Review: Batman: Li’l Gotham #5
3 Comic Reviews
It's Valentine's Day in Li'l Gotham and Dustin Nguyen dials up the cuteness to an all-new high as the Joker finds himself to be the object of the affections of not just Harley Quinn, but all of the ladies of Gotham.
Clone #4
Review: Clone #4
3 Comic Reviews
David Schulner and Juan Jose Ryp's "Clone" #4 is starting to feel like a clone in its own right, one pulled off of just about every other action movie out there. Hopefully it can find its own identity again, soon.
Bloodshot #8
Review: Bloodshot #8
3 Comic Reviews
"Bloodshot" #8 from Duane Swierczynski and Manuel Garcia is a fantastic action movie in comic form as Bloodshot battles the children and monsters he finds down in the basement.
Fatale #12
Review: Fatale #12
3 Comic Reviews
"Fatale" #12 has Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips jump back to 1286 AD with a stand-alone story about a previous woman with the fatale curse with an ending that hints where series will go.
Batman #17
Review: Batman #17
3 Comic Reviews
"Death of the Family" delivers the punchline in "Batman" #17 by Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo for a satisfying conclusion to the Bat-family crossover event.
Star Wars #2
Review: Star Wars #2
3 Comic Reviews
"Star Wars" #2 from Brian Wood and Carlos D'anda has Leia assemble her crack squad of fighters to find their spy while Han and Chewie escape the Imperials by fleeing to a location that seems crazy.
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