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Comic Book Previews & Reviews: 2013-08-28

Morning Glories #30
Review: Morning Glories #30
3 Comic Reviews
"Morning Glories" #30 by Nick Spencer and Joe Eisma shines the spotlight on Irina of The Truants, revealing details about her childhood in Ukraine and her present confinement in an indeterminate location.
Thumbprint #3
Review: Thumbprint #3
3 Comic Reviews
In "Thumbprint" #3 by Jason Ciaramelia, Joe Hill and Vic Malhotra, Mallory Grennan's thumbprint-note leaving stalker catches up with her, and a bloody face-to-face confrontation decides both their fates.
Captain Marvel #15
Review: Captain Marvel #15
3 Comic Reviews
Stripped of her memories after her battle with Yon-Rogg, Captain Marvel must rise nonetheless to fight an onslaught of Builders in "Captain Marvel" #15, an "Infinity" tie in by Kelly Sue DeConnick, Jen Van Meter and Patrick Olliffe.
Deadpool #15
Review: Deadpool #15
3 Comic Reviews
With art by Declan Shalvey, "Deadpool" #15 guest stars Captain America and Wolverine, providing some chuckles along the way thanks to Brian Posehn and Gerry Duggan.
Lazarus #3
Review: Lazarus #3
3 Comic Reviews
In "Lazarus" #3, Greg Rucka and Michael Lark give us political intrigue, action, conspiracies, a dystopian near-future, and perhaps even a hint of romance. It is, in a nutshell, a near-perfect comic.
Itty Bitty Hellboy #1
Review: Itty Bitty Hellboy #1
3 Comic Reviews
Art Baltazar and Franco's "Itty Bitty Hellboy" is enjoyable enough as a kids' comic, but it doesn't spend nearly enough effort finding humorous opportunities from 20 years of rich Hellboy mythology and ultimately misses the parody
Batman/Superman #3
Review: Batman/Superman #3
3 Comic Reviews
In "Batman/Superman" #3 by Greg Pak, Jae Lee & Yildiray Cinar, the tension between the two Batmen and two Supermen rises as Kaiyo the Tricksters is discovered and reveals what she knows about the coming of Darkseid.
A+X #11
Review: A+X #11
3 Comic Reviews
"A+X" 11 brings mundane short stories featuring Thor and Magik by Mike Benson and Mark Texeira, and a Cyclops and Spider-Man story by Jim Krueger and Ron Lim.
All-Star Western #23
Review: All-Star Western #23
3 Comic Reviews
Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Gray and artist Moritat deliver an unexpected, powerful, insightful and often hilarious look at a time-displaced Jonah Hex's character as he finds his way in present-day Gotham in "All-Star Western" #23.
Justice League #23
Review: Justice League #23
3 Comic Reviews
"Trinity War" ends and nothing will ever be the same. At least for an issue or three, thanks to Geoff Johns and the art team of Ivan Reis, Joe Prado as the true nature of Pandora's box is revealed.
Aquaman #23
Review: Aquaman #23
3 Comic Reviews
"Aquaman" #23 has Geoff Johns and Paul Pelletier wrap up "Death of a King," but while the conclusion has a fun moment or two (and there's a strong epilogue), this feels a little rushed.
Captain America #10
Review: Captain America #10
3 Comic Reviews
Rick Remender satisfyingly wraps up his epic "Dimension Z" story in "Captain America" #10 and sets up an interesting new status quo for the future. John Romita, Jr. and Klaus Janson make it look epic enough, but with some noticeable we
Star Wars: Legacy #6
Review: Star Wars: Legacy #6
3 Comic Reviews
"Star Wars: Legacy" #6 by Corinna Bechko and Gabriel Hardman is fun overall, starting off quickly but then slowing way down as it sets up the next story. Brian Theis is a capable but inconsistent artist, who darkens things up a bit too much at t
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