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Review: The Avengers #191

After losing a battle to the Grey Gargoyle, the Avengers must regroup before tracking him down for a rematch. John Byrne and Dan Green draw a fine Avengers, but this story from Roger Stern and David Michelinie is not on par with the era’s best work.

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Review: The Avengers #190

While defending against a government attempt to strip their security clearance, the Avengers are called to battle a stony menace. A sagging story by Roger Stern and Steven Grant doesn’t do justice to the excellent art of John Byrne and Dan Green.

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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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Review: X-Men #120

The X-Men’s return flight from Japan is mysteriously rerouted to Canada for a showdown against a new superteam – Alpha Flight. This debut outing for Marvel’s heroes from the Great White North is a good one, from the creative team of Chris Claremont, John Byrne and Terry Austin.

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Review: X-Men #119

The X-Men and Sunfire infiltrate Moses Magnum’s island fortress in a desperate effort to save Japan. Inker Terry Austin rejoins Chris Claremont and John Byrne to deliver another strong X-Men adventure.

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Review: X-Men #118

Returning from the Savage Land, the X-Men soon team with Sunfire in an effort to save an earthquake-stricken Japan. Guest inker Ricardo Villamonte has a notable impact on the usually strong work of regular X-artist John Byrne.

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Review: Ghost Rider #20

Daredevil and Ghost Rider team to save Karen Page from Death’s Head/Death Stalker and his minion, the Smasher. The conclusion of this two-part story – which started in Daredevil #138 – is not nearly as strong, despite having the same writer (Marv Wolfman) and artist (John Byrne).

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