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Comic Book Previews & Reviews: 2014-03-12

Coffin Hill #6
Review: Coffin Hill #6
3 Comic Reviews
Caitlin Kittredge and Inaki Miranda conclude their first story arc in "Coffin Hill" #6, and while it's a solid wrap-up to one plotline, this is a book that could still use a bit more energy.
Ghost #2
Review: Ghost #2
3 Comic Reviews
"Ghost" #2 has Kelly Sue DeConnick, Chris Sebela, Ryan Sook and Drew Johnson remind readers that a deal with the devil is one that's not to be trusted, even as a serial killer inches closer to a new prey.
X-Men Legacy #300
Review: X-Men Legacy #300
3 Comic Reviews
"X-Men Legacy" #300 by Simon Spurrier, Mike Carey, Christos Gage, Tan Eng Huat, Steve Kurth and Rafa Sandoval is the meaning of a legacy, and reveals one of the smaller, heretofore unseen effects of the death of Professor X.
Unity #5
Review: Unity #5
3 Comic Reviews
"Unity" #5 brings Ninjak, Eternal Warrior and X-O Manowar back together to try and rescue Livewire from the predicament that writer Matt Kindt and artist CAFU have put her in.
Deadpool #25.NOW
Review: Deadpool #25.NOW
3 Comic Reviews
"Deadpool" #25.NOW by Brian Posehn, Gerry Duggan and Mike Hawthorne is a wacky comic that includes Deadpool and Crossbones beating the heck out of each other, wieners, a bike accident and a pillowcase with money.
Archie #653
Review: Archie #653
3 Comic Reviews
The Archies wrap up their world tour in "Archie" #653 by Dan Parent and Rich Koslowski, a fun and slightly-different romp full of camaraderie, shenanigans, and even a few life lessons snuck in.
The Returning #1
Review: The Returning #1
3 Comic Reviews
An intriguing premise about coming back from the dead is marred by inconsistent art, stiff dialogue and an unexpected -- and unwanted -- move by the central character in "The Returning" #1 by Jason Starr and Andrea Mutti.
Monster and Madman #1
Review: Monster and Madman #1
3 Comic Reviews
"Monster and Madman" #1 by Steve Niles and Damien Worm is largely set-up for Frankenstein's monster to meet up with Jack the Ripper, but its insight into the creature's personality is enough to carry the issue.
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