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Review: Weird Suspense #2

The spider priestess Rak-Nora escapes from “astral disintegration” and seeks her revenge on the Tarantula. Another enjoyable issue of Weird Suspense, featuring a so-so script by Micheal Fleisher and interesting art by Pat Boyette.

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Review: Swamp Thing #7

Swamp Thing’s quest to find Matthew Cable brings him to Gotham City – and a showdown with the Batman! While not as epic as Alan Moore’s Copper Age Swamp Thing/Batman battle, this story from Len Wein and Bernie Wrightson is certainly a winner.

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Review: What If? #21

Still bitter over losing his beloved Susan Storm to the Sub-Mariner, Mr. Fantastic brings the fight to Atlantis. Bill Mantlo serves up a decent sequel to What If? #1, with a little help from the art team of Gene Colan and Bill Wiacek.

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Review: Detective Comics #467

After breaking up a criminal conspiracy on a Gotham subway, Batman recounts the caper for a mystery breakfast guest. The lead story by Bob Rozakis and John Calnan isn’t bad, but it’s not nearly as pretty as the backup feature drawn by the legendary Detective art team of Marshall Rogers and Terry Austin.

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Review: The Cat #1

Looking to avenge the death of her mentor, the Cat takes the fight to a touch-phobic madman. An odd product of its times, The Cat #1 – by Linda Fite, Roy Thomas, Marie Severin and Wally Wood – still makes the grade today.

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Review: The Legion of Super-Heroes #306

While waiting for the results of the latest Legion leadership election, Star Boy shares his origin story with Wildfire. Curt Swan’s bland artwork brings a dated feel to this historical look back, with support from the then-current LoSH creative team of Paul Levitz and Keith Giffen.

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