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Reviewer For: Comic Crusaders Reviews: 7
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8
American Gods: The Moment of the Storm #1

Apr 17, 2019

The story of American Gods is approaching 20 years since it was first brought to the world, and this comic demonstrates that it can still capture the attention of audiences to this day.

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9
Animosity #20

Apr 18, 2019

Volume #20 of Animosity has its twists and turns, and the presence of snakes in such numbers can lead to a sense of unease, as they are so often associated with evil and deception and death. It goes from haunting to ephemeral without losing its beauty and intrigue, with an ending that is simply stunning, in both the visuals and narrative.

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7
Animosity #21

May 22, 2019

This issue throws a lot of existential information at our characters, and us, which is sure to be a lot for everyone to process. Hopefully, the reactions tothis information will be explored in the next issue, teased with a paint-like paw print on its cover. Jess and Sandor's adventure is far from over.

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7.8
Blossoms 666 #3

Apr 17, 2019

As we reach the midpoint of this five issue limited series, Cheryl and Jason are still scheming their ways to become the Anti-Christ. However, a new combatant has entered the ring " long lost sibling Julian. Opening up with an explanation for how the Blossom twins are actually triplets, this Archie Horror miniseries reaches its midpoint, scaling up the deception. While answering some questions " what happened to Ethel? " it results in even more, leading to hunger for the next installment.

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7
Goosebumps: Horrors of the Witch House #1

May 1, 2019

A solid introduction to a new story in the Goosebumps anthology, surely to intrigue younger audiences, whether they've read a previous Goosebumps story or not. Reader beware, you'll soon be in for a scare.

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9
Gretel #3

May 23, 2019

Gretel is very far from her days as a young girl in the Grimm Fairy-tale story of the 1800s when she pushed a witch into an oven, but this twist on a 200-year-old character is fascinating and page-turning, and a feast for the eyes. Much better eating than children.

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8.2
Marvel Team-Up (2019) #1

May 7, 2019

A solid entry into the Marvel Team-Up series, it is interesting to see a long standing quipmeister like Spider-Man connect with a newer superhero, particularly one so young who is dealing with issues both similar and dissimilar to himself when he first started webslinging his way through New York City. While the narrative device may be old, the narrative itself doesn't feel contrived, and sets up an interesting dynamic going forward.

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