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Review: Morlock 2001 #2

Morlock flees from dystopic authorities and a greedy mob, turns a rail gang into fungus, then eats a couple people. This ‘70s pop-culture mash-up from writer Michael Fleisher continues, with some above-average art support from Al Milgrom.

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Review: Weird Suspense #2

The spider priestess Rak-Nora escapes from “astral disintegration” and seeks her revenge on the Tarantula. Another enjoyable issue of Weird Suspense, featuring a so-so script by Micheal Fleisher and interesting art by Pat Boyette.

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Review: The Grim Ghost #1

Colonial-era highwayman Matthew Dunsinane is put to death, but makes a deal to do Satan’s work in the 20th century. This excellent character debut, from the team of Michael Fleisher and Ernie Colón, is one of the best single issues of the entire Atlas (Seaboard) line.

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Review: Ironjaw #3

Astride his savage, snow-white unicorn, Ironjaw returns to his homeland of Amun-Rak – where betrayal and adventure await! While less misogynistic than previous outings, this issue from Michael Fleisher and Pablo Marcos still doesn’t offer much positive.

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Review: Ironjaw #2

Ironjaw saves a wench, becomes a sword for hire, threatens to rape his own sister, then becomes king. Whew. A surprisingly misogynistic outing – even for the ’70s – from the team of Michael Fleisher and Pablos Marcos.

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Review: Ironjaw #1

Ironjaw saves a wench – to use for his own “companionship” – but the duo falls prey to betrayal and royal intrigue. Despite its preponderance of barbarian clichés and over-the-top sexist dialogue, this relic of the ’70s is still strangely enjoyable. Michael Fleisher, Mike Sekowsky and Jack Abel are to blame.

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