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Review: Daredevil #103

Peter Parker arrives in San Francisco to interview Daredevil – right as the Ramrod attacks to retrieve a box of papers. Despite a promising mix of heroes, this team-up tale from Steve Gerber and Don Heck is long on meh.

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Review: Adventure Comics #415

Space pirates plan to destroy the Earth but first their commander hopes to force Linda Danvers to be his bride. This lead feature – from John Albano, Win Mortimer and Bob Oksner – fronts a collection of tales that are collectively a lot of fun.

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Review: The New Teen Titans #27

The Titans break up a mob plot that utilizes children as drug runners – but things take a tragic turn. A superior conclusion to a two-parter from the creative team of Marv Wolfman, George Pérez and Romeo Tanghal. Plus: Atari Force makes its spinner-rack debut.

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Review: Wolverine #4

After tearing his way through the Japanese underworld, Wolverine heads for an ultimate showdown with the criminal overlord Shingen. One of the first miniseries – by the creative superteam of Chris Claremont and Frank Miller – remains one of the all-time best.

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Review: Wolverine #3

Wolverine learns new lover Yukio has been playing both sides and vows to take down the Japanese kingpin Shingen. The classic miniseries from the all-star creative team of Chris Claremont and Frank Miller roars toward its conclusion.

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