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Comic Book Previews & Reviews: 2013-04-10

Fearless Defenders #3
Review: Fearless Defenders #3
3 Comic Reviews
It's not very often we get covers from Phil Jimenez, but the Warrior Woman variant cover to Cullen Bunn and Will Slaney's "Fearless Defenders" #3 is a welcome sight. Of course, Mark Brooks' standard-issue cover is pretty darn cool
Saga #12
Review: Saga #12
3 Comic Reviews
In "Saga" #12, Brian K. Vaughn and Fiona Staples shine the spotlight on Prince Robot IV. The story opens with a four-page flashback, including the now infamous "postage-stamp"-sized "gay sex scenes."
Batman and Robin #19
Review: Batman and Robin #19
3 Comic Reviews
With Damian Wayne buried and Batman rudderless, Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason call upon former wards, longtime allies and newfound friends to try and find a match in "Batman and Red Robin" #19.
Avengers Arena #7
Review: Avengers Arena #7
3 Comic Reviews
Dennis Hopeless and Alessandro Vitti's "Avengers Arena" #7 takes a side trip (and a step back in time) to discover how Arcade came up with his idea and a bit more detail as to what the Arena is. Hint: it's an arena.
Ultron #1AU
Review: Ultron #1AU
3 Comic Reviews
One-time Runaway, Victor Mancha, takes center stage and faces down his heritage as Ultron's son in the Kathryn Immonen-written and Amilcar Pinna-drawn "Ultron" #1AU.
Hawkeye #9
Review: Hawkeye #9
3 Comic Reviews
“Hawkeye” #9 from Matt Fraction and David Aja is yet another issue that proves this comic is like no other. Between all the tracksuit Dracula fighting and high-stakes spy-fu, this …
Constantine #2
Review: Constantine #2
3 Comic Reviews
John Constantine makes acquaintances with Mister E., who makes his debut while the Spectre also materializes with a whopper of a warning in "Constantine" #2 by Ray Fawkes, Jeff Lemire and Renato Guedes.
Batman #19
Review: Batman #19
3 Comic Reviews
Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo serve up half of a story where the villain is a killer Bruce Wayne, while James Tynion IV and Alex Maleev take Superman and Batman on a supernatural hunt for a ghost light.
Avengers #9
Review: Avengers #9
3 Comic Reviews
Jonathan Hickman, Dustin Weaver and Mike Deodato spin some beautiful imagery in "Avengers" #9 as the purpose of the Garden sites are revealed, but the issue is also fragmentary and lacking in a satisfactory climax.
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