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Review: Demon-Hunter #1

Double-crossed by a cult, Vietnam veteran Gideon Cross must try to stop xenogenesis – the rebirth of the demon race! The story is a bit hard to warm up to, but the visual storytelling by Rich Buckler is a lot of fun.

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Review: The Cougar #2

Stuntman Jeff Rand is forced to go into action as the Cougar when his brother – a werewolf! – attacks the set. This origin story, by the team of Gary Friedrich and Frank Springer, offers a great surprise ending.

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Review: Amazing Adventures #24

In the shadow of the Lincoln Memorial, Killraven and crew fight to escape the High Overlord, mutants and human slaves. Writer Don McGregor delivers strong action and decent characterization, with journeyman art support from Herb Trimpe and Jack Abel.

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Review: The Fly #1

After a several-year hiatus, Thomas Troy is again able to rub the ring and resume fighting crime as The Fly! Stories in this issue do little to draw in new readers but feature nice art from the likes of James Sherman and Trevor Von Eden.

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Review: Marvel Team-Up #83

Spider-Man rescues an amnesiac Black Widow from S.H.I.E.L.D., running afoul of Nick Fury – and Boomerang and the Silver Samurai, too! Though not quite as strong as the previous issue, this second chapter of the Marvel Team-Up super-spy saga by Chris Claremont, Sal Buscema and Steve Leialoha is still a great deal of fun.

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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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