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    Ultimate Doom #3

    Sue Storm, Rick Jones, Nick Fury, Carol Danvers, Captain Mar-Vell and the Spider-sibs try to come up with a way to take the fight back to Reed, despite their injuries and shock and his seeming omnipotence.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Shawn Hill February 28, 2011
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    Stan Lee's The Traveler #4

    The past actions of Kronus, the Traveler, culminate in strong, dramatic science fiction.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Ray Tate February 26, 2011
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    Bart Simpson Comics #58

    Carol Lay's outrageous "Pranks A Lot" consumes the lion's share of this week's Bart Simpson Comics .

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Ray Tate February 26, 2011
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    Thor #620

    There's something about the single issues of Fraction and Ferry's Thor that feel slight compared to Fraction's Uncanny X-Men and especially his Invincible Iron Man Uncanny , he's writing dozens of characters and multiple subplots and the soap opera drama that the X-Men require; with Iron Man he has ideas to convey and a protagonist who's maybe a little bit more interesting outside of his armor than when he's in it .

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Danny Djeljosevic February 25, 2011
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    Fantastic Four #588

    Too common throughout the history of the medium to qualify as an artistic experiment, the “silent issue” rears its head as a change of pace here in the latest edition of Fantastic Four .

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Chris Kiser February 25, 2011