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Review: The Omega Men #4

Falling prey to Demonia’s not-so-subtle manipulations, Tigorr and Primus finally come to blows over leadership of the Omegans. Roger Slifer and Keith Giffen’s potentially groundbreaking series continues to fall short of its potential.

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Review: The Omega Men #1

The Omega Men lead a rebel takeover of the planet Slagg, then move on to Broot’s home world, Changralyn. This early direct-only outing from the team of Roger Slifer, Keith Giffen and Mike DeCarlo seems more interested in delivering gore than character building.

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Review: House of Yang #1

When Yang’s cousin Sun returns to find drug dealers squatting at the family homestead, much kung-fu action ensues. Joe Gill script is better than some of his Charlton output, while Sanho Kim’s art is oddly appealing.

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Review: Questprobe #1

Against the backdrop of a peaceful world facing annihilation, the Chief Examiner comes to Earth to steal the Hulk’s power. An early, subpar effort at transmedia, from the team of Bill Mantlo, Mark Gruenwald and John Romita Sr. (working off a concept by John Byrne and game designer Scott Adams).

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Review: Emergency! #1

When radioactive material turns up missing during a fire at a chemical warehouse, paramedic John Gage leaps into action. This story by Joe Gill isn’t ready for prime time, and neither is the early art by John Byrne.

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