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War Machine #21 (1995)
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War Machine #21 (1995)

Read 2020: Not even Dan Abnett could make this awful comic engaging. War Machine was still reading better than Terry Kavanaugh's awful plots and scripting Iron Man of the time, but perhaps t...

Superman For Earth #1 (1991)
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Superman For Earth #1 (1991)

What Superman IV: The Quest for Peace was to nuclear disarmament, this book is to the ecology. Lois Lane is tasked to cover a conference on global sustainability issues and it causes ...

Hulk Magazine #20 (1980)
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Hulk Magazine #20 (1980)

Read 2020: Kind of a fun read after watching HBO's Chernobyl recently, given the issue takes place after and sort of addresses Three Mile Island's near-meltdown months earlier. The cover is ...

Married with Children #2 (1991)
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Married with Children #2 (1991)

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Married with Children #7 (1991)
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Married with Children #7 (1991)

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Married with Children #6 (1990)
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Married with Children #6 (1990)

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Married with Children #3 (1990)
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Married with Children #3 (1990)

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Godwheel #TP (1995)
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Godwheel #TP (1995)

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Superman The Odyssey #1 (1999)
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Superman The Odyssey #1 (1999)

Using terms like 'Chi-Coms' and the severe beat-down Superman gives the Red Army are things you would not see in a DC Comic in 2020. China is considered too much of a vital fan base, that st...

Price #1 (1981)
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Price #1 (1981)

Read 2020: It took me two attempts to read this, but it turned out to be so worth it. The Price begins with such heavy exposition dumping that I was pained to read through it both times. The...

Nexus #3 (1982)
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Nexus #3 (1982)

There's something wonderfully smooth about the pencils and inking of Steve Rude that make this book wonderfully visually appealing. Despite a boring front cover, the contents of this comic d...

Batman Overdrive #TP (2020)
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Batman Overdrive #TP (2020)

Batman: Overdrive gives small little nods to the rich 80-year plus history of the Dark Knight. But there’s several Easter egg nods to the 1966 Batman TV show that I enjoyed the most. Thi...