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Comic Book Previews & Reviews: 2013-07-10

Rachel Rising #18
Review: Rachel Rising #18
3 Comic Reviews
"Rachel Rising" #18 by Terry Moore continues the slow build of action around Lilith, the town of Manson and Zoe and the Malus-possessed priest, then veers abruptly towards unexpected, shocking cliffhanger in its last two pages.
Secret Avengers #6
Review: Secret Avengers #6
3 Comic Reviews
"Secret Avengers" #6 might as well be called "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." #6, as Nick Spencer and Butch Guice give up all pretenses to the contrary as S.H.I.E.L.D. continues to fight against A.I.M. Island.
Suicide Squad #22
Review: Suicide Squad #22
3 Comic Reviews
"Suicide Squad" #22 has some fun scenes as the Squad hits Vegas, but it feels like Ales Kot and Patrick Zircher skip some of the more interesting parts in favor of replaying those already seen last issue.
Nightwing #22
Review: Nightwing #22
3 Comic Reviews
Kyle Higgins and Will Conrad give the Prankster a bit more of a bite in "Nightwing" #22, when Nightwing learns the hard way what happens when you don't personally drop off the defeated villain with the police.
Young Avengers #7
Review: Young Avengers #7
3 Comic Reviews
In "Young Avengers" #7, the team battles an old foe for their first three hilarious months on their own, before running into Prodigy, who has been waiting for them to turn up again at their bacon-friendly breakfast bar hang-out spot.
Hawkeye #12
Review: Hawkeye #12
3 Comic Reviews
Matt Fraction's "Hawkeye" rolls on as one of the best books around, even with guest artists -- of course when Francesco Francavilla is the guest artist, it's an easy feat to accomplish.
Uncanny X-Men #8
Review: Uncanny X-Men #8
3 Comic Reviews
Writer Brian Michael Bendis uses his gift for gab to bring readers up to speed in the X-Men's world in "Uncanny X-Men #8, and penciller/colorist Chris Bachalo returns to bring a pleasant, quirky look back to the title.
X #3
Review: X #3
3 Comic Reviews
"X" #3 has Duane Swierczynski and Eric Nguyen show the danger of spilling all of your secrets on a blog, and we're not just talking about identity theft here.
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