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Or – “I Decided To Trick Or Treat With My Kid Instead… Sorry.” The MUSIC MEEEISSSSTERRRR! Sing the song that the world wants to heeeear! Man, I’ve had that stuck in my head for WEEKS, now. This particular RFR was meant to go up last week, just in time for the annual festival of half-price chocolate, but various things conspired to keep me from completing it until today. For those of you who can’t get enough comic review goodness, I’ve got the cowbell to slake your fever, and it’s time to ask ourselves, baby, what’s the word? In the words

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Or – “Complications Ensue…” The Black Cat, Photon, Hellcat and Firestar.  Unlikely friends with an unusual career choice.  Each of them is facing a turning point in their lives, whether related to their health, their career, or their love life.  Our four heroes are facing some very human problems, which always makes for interesting drama…

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Or – “A Rarity In Comics: A Surprise!” For the last couple of years, we had been hearing rumors off and on that Marvel editorial was working on a superhero version of ‘Sex and The City.’  I figured that it would be another example of a series that would pop up, run the course of it’s in-jokes, and roll off the end of the pier never to be seen again.  When issue #1 came out, I was surprised that not only was it more than the sum of it’s influences, it was a very enjoyable experience.  Now, we get to see if

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Or – “I Always Had A Huge Crush On Miranda…” In recent years, Marvel Comics has become known (to me, at least) for grabbing handfuls of characters and slapping them together to see what sticks, sort of like a superhero Chinese Buffet.  The obvious raison d’être for this miniseries is to reproduce the dynamics of ‘Sex And The City’ using superhuman women, the kind of built-in story hook (“It’s a superhero support group, and GET THIS!  The Power Pack chick is half nekkid in it!”  “Oh, wait, how about a superhero who works for a newspaper and has all sorts of

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