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Comic Book Previews & Reviews: 2013-12-04

Fairest #21
Review: Fairest #21
3 Comic Reviews
In "Fairest" #21 by Marc Andreyko and Shawn McManus, Snow White and Cinderella are hunted by an unknown foe that will lead them to take a journey to a faraway land: Ultima Thule.
Trillium #5
Review: Trillium #5
3 Comic Reviews
Jeff Lemire gives his dual-pronged, sci-fi story an unneeded but nonetheless engaging shake-up in "Trillium" #5, but the gimmicky storytelling and unconventional art style hamper his ability fully stretch out and properly convey his story artist
Velvet #2
Review: Velvet #2
3 Comic Reviews
"Velvet" #2 is full of the same stylized '70s espionage greatness of the first issue. Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting build a world of mystery one leap from a Mini Cooper at a time.
Hinterkind #3
Review: Hinterkind #3
3 Comic Reviews
"Hinterkind" #3 shows off both the strengths and weaknesses of Ian Edginton and Francesco Trifogli's new series; an interesting concept with mythical races reclaiming the world, but a lackluster execution.
Avengers Annual #1
Review: Avengers Annual #1
3 Comic Reviews
'Twas the night before Christmas in "Avengers Annual" #1 by Kathryn Immonen and David Lafuente, but one creature is stirring in Avengers Tower which kicks off a very fun, lighthearted and meaningful Christmas Eve story.
Edison Rex #12
Review: Edison Rex #12
3 Comic Reviews
"Edison Rex" #12 concludes the title's first "year" of issues, and Chris Roberson and Dennis Culver's "villain defeats hero then tries to save the world" comic is as charming and intriguing as ever.
Earth 2 #18
Review: Earth 2 #18
3 Comic Reviews
"Earth 2" #18 by Tom Taylor, Nicola Scott and Trevor Scott is a little slow, but this is scarcely noticed amidst Taylor's exploration of the resurrected, radically different and capably rendered incarnations of Batman and Superman.
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