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Review: The Southern Knights #3

An assassin comes after the Southern Knight’s new benefactor, leading the team to bust a local drug operation. This first comic-book-sized issue of The Southern Knights is a major step down from their earlier outings. By Henry Vogel, Audrey Vogel, new artist Michael Morrison and others.

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Review: U.S. 1 #1

Ulysses Solomon “U.S.” Archer sets out with his CB-radio skull replacement and souped-up eighteen-wheeler to hunt down the maniacal Highwayman. This debut issue from Al Milgrom and Herb Trimpe isn’t as full-out awful as one might expect.

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Review: X-Men #122

Colossus passes a test, Lilandra takes the throne, Jean Grey runs into trouble, Storm visits Harlem … it’s a transitional issue! And that’s OK thanks to the stellar creative team of Chris Claremont, John Byrne and Terry Austin.

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Review: X-Men #121

The X-Men face off against Alpha Flight at the Calgary Stampede, with Wolverine’s freedom at stake. The motivation driving this story doesn’t make much sense, but the team of Chris Claremont, John Byrne and Terry Austin still deliver the goods.

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