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Review: The Savage She-Hulk #1

When henchmen gun down lawyer Jennifer Walters, her cousin Bruce Banner saves her life with a “surprisingly” transformative blood transfusion. Stan Lee returned to writing for his first new comic book in several years, but this collaboration with John Buscema lacks spark.

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Review: Shanna, the She-Devil #1

Disgusted by mankind’s predilection for guns, a veterinarian takes an assignment in Africa that puts her at odds with poachers. Perhaps there’s a good comic-book story somewhere in this premise, but this debut issue – by Carole Seuling, Steve Gerber, George Tuska and Vince Colletta – isn’t it.

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Review: The Avengers #146

As Captain America lies dying, the rest of the Avengers find themselves the target of the Assassin’s evil plot. Tony Isabella brings his unexpectedly strong two-parter to a surprise conclusion (or two), with less-than-sterling art (mostly) from Don Heck.

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Review: The Avengers #145

The Assassin targets Captain America – just the first step in a plot to take down all of the Avengers. The first of two surprisingly strong fill-in issues by Tony Isabella, with less-than-exceptional art from Don Heck and John Tartaglione.

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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: Daredevil #144

In need of a bodyguard, the Owl springs Man-Bull from prison. Unfortunately for them, the Man Without Fear has other ideas. This run-of-the-mill DD adventure by Jim Shooter and Lee Elias is competent but lacks any real spark.

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