Milo Milton Jef"feries's Comic Reviews

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8.0
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 10 #8

Oct 28, 2014

So if you're a Buffy fan who wants to read some exciting adventures of our favourite Vampire Slayer this Halloween week (unless of course, you prefer Faith, in which case, check out the equally brilliant Angel & Faith comic), then you can't go far wrong with #8. What's great about this issue is that you don't have to be familiar with every single comic issue to understand what's going on, as the way it's pulled off is designed to appeal to fans who aren't quite up to date. As a result then, it comes highly recommended, and it's great to see the quality of this series continue.

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10
Catwoman (2011) #35

Oct 27, 2014

Catwoman #35 is everything that readers could have hoped for from a new creative team, and this reviewer can't recommend this issue enough. From start to finish, it's excellent, and gives readers a great idea as to what to look out for next. The Black Mask is the primary threat established in this issue and it'll be very good indeed to see where Valentine takes Selina from here, because this is a book that will certainly have you sticking around for more. The creative change has injected fresh life into a weak series, and if you've been wanting to read Catwoman for ages but have been put off by the negative reception that the book has been getting so far, then #35 is certainly the book for you.

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8.0
Red Lanterns #32

Jun 26, 2014

Red Lanterns #32, despite a few problems concerning Supergirl's arc, is a success and despite the artistic change is another welcome addition in Soule's gripping saga. Next issue can't come quickly enough " and it should be very interesting to see what direction Guy Gardner and company go in from here.

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8.0
Star Wars: Legacy Vol. 2 #16

Jun 30, 2014

This is the last arc in the series and it means that each month we're getting closer and closer to the end of the title. Star Wars Legacy is a book that's going to be missed, even if it ends on a high note, and that's hopefully what Hardman and Bechko will be aiming for here as the narrative enters its final stages. We're building to a big conclusion and with this creative team, don't expect to be disappointed.

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