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Champions #12 – REVIEW

The original lineup for this volume of Champions returns with this issue, written by regular writer Mark Waid and visually composed by the artistic talents of Humberto Ramos, Victor Olazaba,

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Champions #11 – REVIEW

The new Falcon (Joaquin Torres), Wasp (Nadia Pym), Patriot (Rayshaun Lucas), and Ironheart (Riri Williams) all join Champions #11, as Cyclops, Ms. Marvel, and Nova are all otherwise preoccupied, presumably

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Champions #10 – REVIEW

Set before the events of Secret Empire: Uprising, Champions #10, written by Mark Waid, drawn by Humberto Ramos, inked by Victor Olazaba, colored by Edgar Delgado, and lettered by Clayton

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Champions #9 – REVIEW

Champions #9 introduces a new character to the team and the Marvel Universe. Written by Mark Waid, drawn by Humberto Ramos, inked by Victor Olazaba, colored by Edgar Delgado, and

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Champions #8 – REVIEW

Champions #8 gets personal. Well, interpersonal actually, as the team reels from the Freelancers emotional and moral assault last issue. Writer Mark Waid opens the issue with Spider-Man (Miles Morales)

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Champions #7 – REVIEW

Champions #7 opens with Ms. Marvel reeling from the social media backlash against the Champions. Motivated by greed and self-indulgence, the Freelancers – the opposite number to the Champions –

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Champions #6 – REVIEW

I’m back! Miles Morales didn’t appear at all in Champions #5, so I decided to take an issue off from reviewing the series written by Mark Waid and drawn by Humberto

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Champions #4 – REVIEW

Blasted out of the sky in the previous issue, the young Champions team finds themselves in peril over the Atlantic Ocean in the opening pages of Champions #4. Written by

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Civil War II #8 – REVIEW

SPOILER WARNING: This review contains MAJOR spoilers for the Civil War II series. Sigh. At least Civil War II is over now. Unfortunately, Brian Michael Bendis could have ended this thing six months ago.

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