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Marvel Classic Comics Series Featuring … #36

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On Christmas Eve, a series of ghosts teach the miserly Ebenezer Scrooge the value of the holiday. A lifeless adaptation of the holiday classic from the team of Doug Moench and “Diverse Hands.” [More]

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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]

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Godzilla #5

Godzilla #5

This issue features a battle royal between giant monsters, Dr. Demonicus and his Demon Soldiers, and a whole passel of S.H.I.E.L.D. agents. Writer Doug Moench continues to deliver decent work on this surprisingly fun series, this time aided by penciler Tom Sutton and inker Klaus Janson. [More]

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Review: Marvel Premiere #41           

With the future of humanity hanging in the balance, the crew of the Seeker 3000 rebels against Jason and the Six. Doug Moench delivers a potential-laden tryout issue, with above-average art from Tom Sutton. [More]

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Review: Godzilla #4                               

Following their initial clash, Godzilla tracks Batragon back north to the Aleutian Islands — and the secret base of Dr. Demonicus. After three strong issues, Godzilla takes a step back in this story crafted by Doug Moench and guest artist Tom Sutton. [More]

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Review: Godzilla #3                               

Godzilla’s United States road trip continues with a visit to San Francisco and a showdown with Hercules and the Champions. Another fun issue of a surprisingly fun series from Doug Moench and Herb Trimpe. [More]

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Review: Godzilla #2                               

Injured by S.H.I.E.L.D. in Alaska, a pain-enraged Godzilla emerges from the Puget Sound to cause mass destruction in Seattle. Another surprisingly fun issue from the regular Godzilla creative team of Doug Moench and Herb Trimpe. [More]

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Review: Godzilla #1                               

An iceberg thaws off the Alaska coast, unleashing Godzilla — and DESTRUCTION!!! — on the United States. The King of the Monsters stomps its way into the Marvel U in this surprisingly fun debut from the team of Doug Moench, Herb Trimpe and Jim Mooney. [More]

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Review: The Inhumans #12                     

While trying to warn Earth’s leaders of the Kree’s war plans, the Inhumans run afoul of the Incredible Hulk. Sadly, the Inhumans first solo series fizzles out with this final issue by Doug Moench and Keith Pollard — and without settling the long-brewing “War Between the Three Galaxies” storyline. [More]

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Review: The Inhumans #11                     

The Inhumans return from space to find themselves stuck in New York, battling the Kree’s powerful Pursuer. The royal family’s first solo series is running on fumes, and this substandard outing by Doug Moench, Keith Pollard and Jim Mooney offers little relief. [More]

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