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    Reviews - The Brave and the Bold - #1

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Classic Brave & Bold! - MartyPrime
This issue is a fitting continuation of the classic silver age Brave and the Bold series … because it read very much like a silver age story. The plot is very contrived and thin (at least in this issue - it may develop more as the story continues) - but it works well enough to get our two heroes into action - with a (way too short) James Bond style interlude in a casino. All in all there was nothing really wrong with this issue - but there wasn’t much to grab a hold of and sink your teeth into - however it’s good clean comic book fun - exactly what you would expect to find in a Brave and the Bold comic.

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