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Comic Book Previews & Reviews: 2014-03-05

Evil Empire #1
Review: Evil Empire #1
3 Comic Reviews
Jumping back and forth in time between what looks like a fascist future of some sort and the political climate that got us there, Max Bemis and Ransom Getty's "Evil Empire" #1 has a lot of kinks to work out.
Veil #1
Review: Veil #1
3 Comic Reviews
Naked and stranded in an abandoned subway station, a young woman awakens to a swarm of rats and superhuman abilities in Greg Rucka and Tony Fejzula's remarkable "Veil" #1.
Nova #14
Review: Nova #14
3 Comic Reviews
Nova and Beta Ray Bill team up to take down the pirate Skaarn, and their first stop is the Celestial head called Knowhere, courtesy Gerry Duggan and David Baldeon in "Nova" #14.
Moon Knight #1
Review: Moon Knight #1
3 Comic Reviews
The All-New Marvel NOW! debut of the servant of Khonshu makes for some fabulously entertaining reading in "Moon Knight" #1 from Warren Ellis, Declan Shalvey, Jordie Bellaire and Chris Eliopoulos.
Magneto #1
Review: Magneto #1
3 Comic Reviews
It's clearly evident that the character is past his glory days in Cullen Bunn and Gabriel Hernandez Walta's subdued "Magneto" #1, as the villain-turned-X-Man finds a new way to seek justice for mutants and champion their cause.
Jupiter’s Legacy #4
Review: Jupiter’s Legacy #4
3 Comic Reviews
Mark Millar and Frank Quitely's "Jupiter's Legacy" #4 jumps ahead several years after last issue's events, juxtaposing this darker future with a much brighter origin flashback, while intriguingly analyzing superheroes in the moder
Starlight #1
Review: Starlight #1
3 Comic Reviews
What happens after the earthling goes to a distant planet, saves the world, and then returns home? It's forty years later in "Starlight" #1 and Mark Millar and Goran Parlov's opening is surprisingly touching and welcoming.
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