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Comic Book Previews & Reviews: 2014-11-19

Lumberjanes #8
Review: Lumberjanes #8
3 Comic Reviews
In "Lumberjanes" #8 by Noelle Stevenson, Grace Ellis and Brooke Allen, Jen, Mal, April, Ripley and Molly must save Jo and also prevent the selfish and unscrupulous twins from obtaining the power of Zeus.
Astro City #17
Review: Astro City #17
3 Comic Reviews
"Astro City" #17 has Kurt Busiek, Tom Grummett, and company introduce us to Sorrowsday, but it's a story that would have probably worked better with seeing more of the actual history unspooled here.
Batman Eternal #33
Review: Batman Eternal #33
3 Comic Reviews
With just about all of the plot threads having come together, "Batman Eternal" #33 lets Kyle Higgins, Jason Fabok, and the rest of the writing crew deal with Hush's plans for Gotham even as danger lurks.
Uncanny X-Men #28
Review: Uncanny X-Men #28
3 Comic Reviews
Kris Anka structures a wide-open feel to support Brian Michael Bendis' lengthy narrative in "Uncanny X-Men" #28, a less-is-more approach that adds emotion to the continuing story of Cyclops' reaching out to a new and dangerous mutant.
Daredevil #10
Review: Daredevil #10
3 Comic Reviews
"Daredevil" #10 is another solid issue from Mark Waid and Chris Samnee, but it's more their exploration of the human psyche that stands out, not the Purple Man versus his purple children.
Fantastic Four #13
Review: Fantastic Four #13
3 Comic Reviews
Written by James Robinson and drawn by Leonard Kirk, "Fantastic Four" #13 pulls back the shroud of mystery, clueing readers in to the grand mastermind behind the Fantastic Four's problems.
Princess Ugg #5
Preview: Princess Ugg #5
3 Comic Previews
Trouble is brewing back in Grimmeria, but Ãœlga’s studies are steadily improving, much to the astonishment of her peers and teachers. She even catches the eye of a handsome guard …
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