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Review: The New Teen Titans #21

A desperate call from Cyborg’s ex-girlfriend puts the Teen Titans and Brother Blood in each other’s sights. The young heroes face off against more cult-like foes in this story from Marv Wolfman, George Pérez and Romeo Tanghal. Plus a bonus insert featuring the introduction of Wolfman and Gene Colan’s Night Force.

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Review: Dreadstar #1

Jim Starlin continues his creator-owned epic with this first regular comic-book series from Marvel’s Epic line. In this debut issue, a small team of revolutionaries, led by Vanth Dreadstar, seeks funding to challenge the Instrumentality.

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Review: Star Wars #11

Han and Chewbacca reunite with Leia on the ship of Crimson Jack, while Luke and the Droids battle sea monsters. Archie Goodwin’s story is just OK, but the art team of Carmine Infantino and Terry Austin gives this issue an interesting look.

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Review: Warlord #29

A group of gladiators once led to freedom by Warlord have become the oppressors; Warlord isn’t having it. A pair of tales from the savage world of Skartaris from series creator Mike Grell (with one story inked by Vince Colletta).

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Review: Warlord #28

Warlord comes under the thrall of a sexy snake woman while Mariah and Machiste encounter a wizard in another time. Both stories might have something to do with a comet. Or maybe not. Artist Mike Grell seems to get the better of writer Mike Grell during this still-solid outing.

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Review: Warlord #27

Sent back to the dawn of his existence, Warlord relives multiple lives – but will he return to Skartaris? Another solid issue that suffers from a case of “been there, done that,” from the regular Warlord team of Mike Grell and Vince Colletta.

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