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Review: Amazing Adventures #32

Killraven and crew seek overnight refuge in a Octo-Tympanum-View-Scope emporium, tripping out and digging some tunes. Don McGregor and P. Craig Russell deliver one of the most pro-recreational-drug-use stories to come out of mainstream comics during the Bronze Age.

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Review: Amazing Adventures #30

The High Overlord is called before a forum of Martian masters to review an earlier debacle against the rebel Killraven. A lovely new framing sequence from artist P. Craig Russell almost makes up for this slapdash repackaging of a contemporary reprint. Almost.

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Review: Amazing Adventures #29

Killraven, Volcana Ash and the Freemen liberate human slave pens before destroying the Death-Birth citadel. The classic Killraven creative team of Don McGregor and P. Craig Russell begin to hit their stride with this action-packed conclusion to their Death-Birth story arc.

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Review: Hands of the Dragon #1

Following World War II, twin infant brothers – one good, one scarred – are raised in a monastery and trained in the fighting arts. There’s nothing shockingly original here as writer Ed Fedory and artist Jim Craig team for a kung-fu tale typical of the era.

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Review: Tigerman #3

Tiger-Man’s investigation of a string of suspicious suicides brings him to blows with an insane psychiatrist named Dr. Hypnos. This lackluster affair from Gerry Conway, Steve Ditko and Al Milgrom brings this Atlas (Seaboard) series to a close.

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