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Review: X-Men #128

As reality unravels in Scotland, the X-Men must go all out against Proteus before he becomes too strong to stop. An excellent climax to the Proteus arc from the X-team of Chris Claremont, John Byrne and Terry Austin.

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Review: X-Men #126

The X-Men are reunited on Muir Island – and soon find themselves battling for their lives against Mutant X. The Claremont/Byrne/Austin creative team enters into its golden era with the launch of the Proteus Saga.

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Review: Legion of Super-Heroes #1

With the Legionnaires spread around the galaxy on various business, Lightning Lord gathers the new Legion of Super-Villains. The classic Legion creative team of Paul Levitz, Keith Giffen and Larry Mahlstedt kick off this Baxter-format series with a fine debut.

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Review: X-Men #125

Reunions and time slips, galactic affairs of state and trouble on Muir Island … yup, it’s another transitional issue! But that’s OK, because no one did transitional issues in the Bronze Age quite as well as Chris Claremont and John Byrne.

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Review: The Man

A primitive man searches for food – and meaning – with the help of his good friend, Stick. This simple story from underground legend Vaughn Bodé is an early masterpiece of the graphic-novel form.

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Review: Doctor Strange #55

Already distraught over the departure of his disciple Clea, Doctor Strange finds himself in a battle with D’Spayre. One of the great done-in-one gems of the Bronze Age, from the team of Roger Stern, Michael Golden and Terry Austin.

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Review: Doctor Strange #1

Silver Dagger breaks into the Sanctum Sanctorum, steals the Eye of Agamotto and Clea, and leaves Doctor Strange for dead. The Sorcerer Supreme returns to his own series guided by the creative team of Steve Englehart, Frank Brunner and Dick Giordano.

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