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Review: Planet of Vampires #1

A crew of astronauts returns to find a ravaged Earth split between two groups – human savages and high-tech vampires! This debut issue of Larry Hama’s dystopic future lacks spark, but the art by Pat Broderick and Frank McLaughlin is a strong draw.

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Review: The Destructor #1

Jay Hunter’s criminal activities get his scientist father killed – but not before the old man helps him become a superhero. Archie Goodwin writes this debut issue, but it’s the art of Steve Ditko and Wally Wood that makes it a treat.

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Review: Weird Suspense #1

Eugene Lycosa lives with the curse of his ancestor, a count who stopped a tarantula cult at great personal cost. Starring a creepy “hero” who eats bad guys, Micheal Fleisher and Pat Boyette’s Weird Suspense is one of the better Atlas (Seaboard) debuts.

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