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One Word or Less Comic Reviews for May 15th


Reviewed this week, in ascending order of awesome:

Thunderbolts #9

Baggywrinkles #4

Legend of Luther Strode #5

FF #7

Wonder Woman #20

Batwoman #20

X-Factor #256

Ultimate Spider-Man #23

Fables #129

Fatale #14

Iron Man #10


I came across Lucy Bellwood entirely by accident when she followed a terrible alternate Twitter account I do, looked at her profile and realized that she was actually a super-talented human being!  I don’t much care about ships but I find her love of them infectious, and will give a shot to anything she does in the future.  She is a delight and Baggywrinkles is a delight.

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