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Review: Tarzan #1

Tarzan returns to save a safari hunter from beast and man – but is the hunter really who he says? Marvel takes over the Tarzan franchise from the Distinguished Competition, and, while not on par with the best Kubert issues, Roy Thomas and John Buscema do deliver an enjoyable debut issue.

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Review: Questprobe #1

Against the backdrop of a peaceful world facing annihilation, the Chief Examiner comes to Earth to steal the Hulk’s power. An early, subpar effort at transmedia, from the team of Bill Mantlo, Mark Gruenwald and John Romita Sr. (working off a concept by John Byrne and game designer Scott Adams).

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Review: X-Men #97

As Professor X departs for vacation, the X-Men are inexplicably attacked by Eric the Red – and two of their own! The classic X-Men creative team of Chris Claremont and Dave Cockrum are beginning to hit their stride.

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Review: X-Men #96

Still reeling from the death of one of their own, the all-new X-Men face off against a demon invasion. Regular writer Chris Claremont settles in, with strong support from team co-creator Dave Cockrum.

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Review: X-Men #95

The X-Men battle Count Nefaria and his Ani-Men at NORAD – with tragic results! The shocking death of one of the new X-Men ultimately fails to land the desired emotional punch in this potential-laden outing from Len Wien, Chris Claremont and Dave Cockrum.

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Review: X-Men #94

When Count Nefaria and his Ani-Men take over NORAD, Cyclops and the new X-Men race to save the day. Legendary X-scribe Chris Claremont joins plotter Len Wein and artist Dave Cockrum for the return issue of Marvel’s ongoing mutant series.

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