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Comic Book Previews & Reviews: 2014-04-02

The Field #1
Review: The Field #1
3 Comic Reviews
"The Field" #1 by Ed Brisson and Simon Roy begins with a setup that is rare in real-life, but popular in fiction for its instant suspense: the main character wakes up with no memory of who he is and is pursued by sinister forces.
Veil #2
Review: Veil #2
3 Comic Reviews
"Veil" #2 has Greg Rucka and Toni Fejzula continue the strange story of Veil and Dante, even as the focus begins to expand and we start to see the other forces swirling around its orbit.
Dead Letters #1
Review: Dead Letters #1
3 Comic Reviews
Christopher Sebela and Chris Visions' "Dead Letters" #1 is a noir crime story that initially feels a bit jumbled, but since there's a purpose to that storytelling, it's something that ultimately pays off.
She-Hulk #3
Review: She-Hulk #3
3 Comic Reviews
"She-Hulk" #3 sends Jennifer Walters and Kristoff Vernard to federal court to attain citizenship for Kristoff in a Charles Soule-written, Javier Pulido-drawn story.
Aquaman and the Others #1
Review: Aquaman and the Others #1
3 Comic Reviews
The King of Atlantis gets a second title leading a team in Dan Jurgens and Lan Medina's "Aquaman and the Others" #1, confidently beginning a simple but entertaining and nicely drawn story that contains just enough surprises.
Stormwatch #30
Review: Stormwatch #30
3 Comic Reviews
The past 11 issues are wiped from the books as the previous team is suddenly back in the helm for "Stormwatch" #30 -- and quite frankly, it makes me wish that Sterling Gates and Jeremy Roberts had taken over instead.
’68: Rule of War #1
Review: ’68: Rule of War #1
3 Comic Reviews
The zombie apocalypse is undead and well during the Vietnam War in "'68: Rule of War" #1 by Mark Kidwell and Jeff Zornow, with a new Frankenstein-esque sci-fi element that's intriguing but a bit underplayed in this issue.
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