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Comic Book Previews & Reviews: 2014-07-30

New 52: Futures End #13
Review: New 52: Futures End #13
3 Comic Reviews
"New 52: Futures End" #13 is a meandering, impenetrable and stagnant chapter in this weekly series, notable only for Patrick Zircher's pleasing artwork that props up Brian Azzarello, Jeff Lemire, Dan Jurgens and Keith Giffen's story.
Hawkeye #19
Review: Hawkeye #19
3 Comic Reviews
In "Hawkeye" #19 by Matt Fraction and David Aja, Clint is deafened from the injuries inflicted by the Bro Gang but his brother Barney may get him to see, if not hear, reason.
Bodies #1
Review: Bodies #1
3 Comic Reviews
Murder! Underground organizations! Intrigue! Si Spencer, Meghan Hetrick, Dean Ormston, Tula Lotay & Phil Winslade join forces to spin a tale spanning 160 years and four protagonists in "Bodies" #1.
Outcast #2
Review: Outcast #2
3 Comic Reviews
"Outcast" #2 follows on from Robert Kirkman and Paul Azaceta's powerful debut, as readers learn a little more about possession and the greater forces and conspiracies at work in Kyle's life.
The Massive #25
Review: The Massive #25
3 Comic Reviews
As Brian Wood and Garry Brown's "The Massive" #25 begins the final arc of the series, the arc itself begins to chronicle what appears to be actual end of the world, in a tense & ominous tale that benefits from its atypically personal story.
Cyclops #3
Review: Cyclops #3
3 Comic Reviews
In "Cyclops" #3 Russell Dauterman and Greg Rucka strand Cyclops and his father, Corsair, on "Gilligan's Planet," forcing them to discuss their relationship.
C.O.W.L. #3
Review: C.O.W.L. #3
3 Comic Reviews
"C.O.W.L." #3 brings the spotlight to Radia in a relatively low-key issue that adds mortar to the foundation of this world being built by writers Kyle Higgins and Alec Siegel with art from Rod Reis and letters from Troy Peteri.
The Wake #10
Review: The Wake #10
3 Comic Reviews
"The Wake" #10 brings together everything previously laid out by Scott Snyder in past issues, revealing a far larger and surprisingly epic story that's nicely wrapped up and magnificently chronicled by Sean Murphy.
Owlgirls #1
Review: Owlgirls #1
3 Comic Reviews
A Kickstarter success story, "Owlgirls" #1, from Red Anvil Press trips back to the 1940s to check in on a trio of owl-faced sisters in this story by Robert J. Sodaro, Rachele Aragno and Dave Ryan.
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