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Review: Ironjaw #4

When a beautiful minstrel is maimed by jealous thieves, a secret paramour and sorceress team to save the future Ironjaw! This final issue – by the creative team of Gary Friedrich and Pablo Marcos – is less offensive but still lacks likability.

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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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Review: Ms. Mystic #1

The Science Investigation Agency accidentally opens an interdimensional rift, gaining a powerful ally who can help them protect the environment. Neal Adams’ ham-handed environmental message mars a dynamic return to interior pencil work.

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Review: Silverheels #1

Silverheels flees the ’Pachee Compound – and the confines of Earth – by crashing the aliens’ Lawkeepers cadet program. This space opera from Bruce Jones and April Campbell shows promise, thanks largely to gorgeous art from a young Scott Hampton.

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Review: Starslayer #1

Celtic warrior Torin Mac Quillon leaps into battle against invading Romans – and lands in the distant future! Warlord star Mike Grell creates another winner, this time for one of the first post-Bronze publishers, PC.

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Review: E-Man #5

A day at the beach gets complicated when E-Man crosses over to a dimension being threatened by a massive monster. Another strange-but-splendid outing from the team of Nicola Cuti and Joe Staton.

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