Reviews (DC)

World’s Finest Comics #243

World’s Finest Comics #243

When the relocation of ancient statues puts the Immortals of Cy-Tor at risk, the aliens are forced into action against Batman, Robin and Superman. This snoozy story from Bob Haney has its moments, but bland art from Curt Swan and Al Milgrom doesn’t help this dated affair. [More]

Reviews (Marvel)

The Avengers Annual #10

The Avengers Annual #10

The Brotherhood of Evil Mutants goes on the attack, first targeting Ms. Marvel, then the entire Avengers team. An outstanding superhero comic by Bronze Age greats Chris Claremont and Michael Golden. [More]

Reviews (Marvel)

Shogun Warriors #1

Shogun Warriors #1

Three warrior prospects are called by the Followers of the Light to take Shogun Warrior Raydeen into battle against Rok-Korr. While not spectacular, Doug Moench and Herb Trimpe’s Shogun Warriors #1 serves up some big-robot, big-punching fun. [More]

Reviews (Marvel)

The Spectacular Spider-Man #9

The Spectacular Spider-Man #9

Financial woes at Empire State University prompt student protests — and bring Spider-Man and White Tiger to blows! A totally average Spider-Man adventure — not that that’s a bad thing — from the journeymen creative team of Bill Mantlo and Sal Buscema. [More]

Reviews (Marvel)

Review: Marvel Team-Up Annual #3

Power Man, Iron Fist and Machine Man scramble to recover a computer “super-circuit” stolen by the Hulk. A ho-hum affair by Roger Stern, Herb Trimpe and a host of inkers. [More]

Reviews (Marvel)

Iron Man #99

Iron Man #99

Despite being stuck with old armor, Iron Man puts the smackdown on Sunfire and discovers his arch foe, the Mandarin, has returned. Bill Mantlo and George Tuska deliver a solid, middle-of-the-pack adventure. [More]

Reviews (DC)

Review: Sword of Sorcery #5             

Two tales from the universe of Fritz Leiber’s Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser. The stories are by-the-book barbarian comics, but the art by Walt Simonson, Jim Starlin and Al Milgrom is top shelf. [More]

Reviews (Other Publishers)

Review: Western Action #1                     

When a cattle baron’s men gun down Tom Corbett’s parents, he takes up twin Colts to become Kid Cody. The lead feature from writer Larry Lieber is pretty uninspired, but Doug Wildey provides some pretty art. [More]

Reviews (Marvel)

Review: Marvel Presents #3                   

After leading the liberation against the Badoon, the Guardians of the Galaxy struggle to fit in on the rebuilding Earth. Steve Gerber and Al Milgrom combine to give the Guardians an inspired debut in Marvel Presents. [More]

Reviews (Marvel)

Review: Logan’s Run #1                          

In a future society where people only live until 30, Sandman Logan-5 is sent on a mission to find Sanctuary. Gerry Conway does a great job with this adaptation, and gets fine support from artist George Pérez. [More]

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