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Comic Book Previews & Reviews: 2013-09-11

Aquaman #23.1
Review: Aquaman #23.1
3 Comic Reviews
In "Aquaman #23.1: Black Manta" by Tony Bedard, Geoff Johns and Claude St. Aubin, Black Manta is broken out of Belle Reve and considers his offer from the Crime Syndicate's with characteristic cold and near-silent single-mindedness.
Clone #10
Review: Clone #10
3 Comic Reviews
"Clone" #10 continues the pumped up action thriller ride courtesy David Schulner, Aaron Ginsburg, Wade McIntyre, and Juan Jose Ryp, and true to form it's once again the king of the killer cliffhanger that changes everything.
X-Men #5
Review: X-Men #5
3 Comic Reviews
Seeing her life on the line, young Jean Grey runs away with Scott Summers as the X-Men race to catch up in Brian Wood and David Lopez's "X-Men" #5, a "Battle of the Atom" tie-in.
Locke & Key: Alpha #1
Review: Locke & Key: Alpha #1
3 Comic Reviews
"Locke and Key: Alpha" #1 by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez is the big one, an inevitable convergence of all major characters on the same stage of the Drowning Cave, as the Lockes and Dodge have a final confrontation.
Ghosted #3
Review: Ghosted #3
3 Comic Reviews
Writer Joshua Williamson finally gets his paranormal game on with "Ghosted" #3, and artist Goran Sudzuka delivers an uncluttered looking story of an expert thief and his crew attempting to steal nothing less than an actual ghost from a haunted m
X #5
Review: X #5
3 Comic Reviews
"X" #5 lets Duane Swierczynski and guest artist Tony Parker serve up an epilogue to the first storyline, even as readers start to see where X and Leigh Ferguson's relationship is heading.
Superman #23.2
Review: Superman #23.2
3 Comic Reviews
Writer Tony Bedard makes Brianiac out to be more like a spiteful kid rather than the brilliant mind his name suggests in "Superman" #23.2, but artist Pascal Alixe's textured and detailed interpretation at least makes it worth looking at.
The Flash #23.2
Review: The Flash #23.2
3 Comic Reviews
"The Flash" #23.2 should please regular readers of the series, as Francis Manapul, Brian Buccellato, and Scott Hepburn pick up directly from "The Flash" #23 as they give the origin of the all-new Reverse-Flash.
Teen Titans #23.1
Review: Teen Titans #23.1
3 Comic Reviews
Marv Wolfman and CAFU teaming up to tell Trigon's origin in "Teen Titans" #23.1 sounds like the potential for a home run, but this comic is about as fun as experiencing a root canal: it's best when it's over.
Star Trek #25
Preview: Star Trek #25
3 Comic Previews
War breaks out across the stars as the Klingon and Romulan Empires fight for supremacy, with the Enterprise caught in the middle! Don’t miss this epic all-new story set after …
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