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Review: Amazing Adventures #39

Killraven and the Freeman encounter a strange, mute butterfly woman – but will she prove to be friend or foe? This incarnation of Amazing Adventures comes to a close with a strong outing from the signature Killraven creative team of Don McGregor and P. Craig Russell.

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Review: Amazing Adventures #37

Killraven and the Freemen celebrate with new friends, sharing the story of Old Skull over a New Year’s feast. A catch-your-breath issue from the regular Killraven team of Don McGregor and P. Craig Russell, this time joined by veteran inker Jack Abel.

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Review: Amazing Adventures #36

Killraven and the Freemen face tough choices when they discover a Martian birthing chamber. Ethical quandaries abound in this strong outing from Killraven regulars Don McGregor and P. Craig Russell (with some help from embellisher Sonny Trinidad).

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Review: Amazing Adventures #34

Skar finally catches up to Killraven and the Freemen in Tennessee – and not everyone survives the ensuing battle! While flawed, this issue serves as a great example of Don McGregor and P. Craig Russell’s effort to push the boundaries of the era’s mainstream comics.

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Review: Amazing Adventures #33

During a layover in what was once West Virginia, Killraven discovers a society of African-American separatists living underground. This strange mix of racially charged dystopian tropes is a tough read from today’s vantage. From the fill-in team of Bill Mantlo, Herb Trimpe and D. Bruce Berry.

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Review: Amazing Adventures #32

Killraven and crew seek overnight refuge in a Octo-Tympanum-View-Scope emporium, tripping out and digging some tunes. Don McGregor and P. Craig Russell deliver one of the most pro-recreational-drug-use stories to come out of mainstream comics during the Bronze Age.

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Review: Amazing Adventures #30

The High Overlord is called before a forum of Martian masters to review an earlier debacle against the rebel Killraven. A lovely new framing sequence from artist P. Craig Russell almost makes up for this slapdash repackaging of a contemporary reprint. Almost.

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Review: Amazing Adventures #29

Killraven, Volcana Ash and the Freemen liberate human slave pens before destroying the Death-Birth citadel. The classic Killraven creative team of Don McGregor and P. Craig Russell begin to hit their stride with this action-packed conclusion to their Death-Birth story arc.

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