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    Generation Hope #2

    “The Future Is A Four Letter Word” (part 2) Generation Hope is a concept that certainly warrants a title to tell the tale of the first five mutants since the M-Day fiasco.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Robert Tacopina December 6, 2010
  2. 3.5Sunday Slugfest: Adventure Comics #521 Image

    Sunday Slugfest: Adventure Comics #521

    Following an artificial earthquake in Africa, the Legion of Super Heroes takes action to deal with the situation and track down the cause of the catastrophe.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Thom Young December 5, 2010
  3. 2Buffy the Vampire Slayer #39 Image

    Buffy the Vampire Slayer #39

    "Last Gleaming" (part 4) Buffy battles the possessed Angel as the Slayerettes ally themselves with the demons of Earth to fight the Twilight creatures.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Ray Tate December 3, 2010
  4. 3.5Feeding Ground #2 Image

    Feeding Ground #2

    Feeding Ground is an interesting werewolf story that does not rely on established tropes.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Michael Roberts December 2, 2010
  5. 3Melusine: Love Potions (volume 4) Image

    Melusine: Love Potions (volume 4)

    Teen witch/sorcerer’s apprentice Melusine finds that mixing magic and love results in mayhem in this collection of humorous one- and two-page gag strips.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Penny Kenny December 1, 2010
  6. 5Uncanny X-Force #2 Image

    Uncanny X-Force #2

    “The Apocalypse Solution” (part 2) Wow! Talk about a damn fun book! X-Force has impressed yet again for the second straight issue under the brilliant creative team of writer Rick Remender and artist Jerome Opena.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Robert Tacoina November 29, 2010
  7. 4.5Detective Comics #871 Image

    Detective Comics #871

    In This Issue : In part one of the three part, “The Black Mirror,” Dick Grayson, the newly minted Batman of Gotham City, investigates some strange happenings among Gotham’s citizens that seem to have one thing in common--they all involve the use of confiscated items that have belonged to some of the city’s most notorious criminals.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Justin Carmona November 29, 2010