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Review: Warlord #7

Travis Morgan returns to Skartaris with new ally Mariah, only to find one of his old allies possessed by a demonic weapon. Writer/artist Mike Grell seems to get better each issue, with Warlord quickly evolving into a special series

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Review: Warlord #6

A subterranean shuttle takes Warlord from Skartaris to the Incan ruins of Machu Picchu, where he first meets future ally Mariah. Some logic flaws hinder an otherwise excellent issue from auteur creator Mike Grell.

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Review: Spider-Woman #1

Jessica Drew tries to settle into life in London, but it’s hard to get a job when you’re half spider! Marv Wolfman’s script is saddled with a back story both chaotic and confusing. But the art by Carmine Infantino and Tony DeZuniga is decent and the character is appealing.

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Review: Starfire #1

A “pampered serving girl” discovers love and heartbreak on her way to becoming the leader of the human resistance. David Michelinie’s story isn’t the most original, but Starfire does get a boost from the art of Mike Vosburg and Bob Smith.

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Review: The Savage She-Hulk #1

When henchmen gun down lawyer Jennifer Walters, her cousin Bruce Banner saves her life with a “surprisingly” transformative blood transfusion. Stan Lee returned to writing for his first new comic book in several years, but this collaboration with John Buscema lacks spark.

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Review: Isis #1

When an ancient pyramid is relocated to America, only Isis can stop an evil magician bent on conquering the world. Denny O’Neil’s simplistic story and the subpar art from Ric Estrada and Wally Wood make Isis #1 a forgettable affair.

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Review: Shanna, the She-Devil #1

Disgusted by mankind’s predilection for guns, a veterinarian takes an assignment in Africa that puts her at odds with poachers. Perhaps there’s a good comic-book story somewhere in this premise, but this debut issue – by Carole Seuling, Steve Gerber, George Tuska and Vince Colletta – isn’t it.

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