Superman #14 review

Intersecting with where Supergirl #14 left off last week, we see Kara arrive at Clark Kent’s apartment by the front door, compromising his dual identity. Before we catch up to that, though, Lois Lane drops by Clark’s place to ask him to reconsider last issue’s sudden resignation from his Daily Planet job. The conversation soon […]

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FF #1 review

With the Fantastic Four planning an expedition to unknown worlds, Reed Richards wants to make sure the Earth isn’t unprotected – even though the mysteries of time travel mean Mr Fantastic, the Invisible Woman, the Human Torch and the Thing are only going to be gone for four minutes. Plus, there are the trainee brainiacs […]

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Captain Marvel #7 review

Avengers Carol Danvers and Monica Rambeau have both had a torrid time when it comes to settling on a codename but there’s one that each has used – Captain Marvel. Monica adopted it at the start of her heroic career, Carol has taken it up only recently. And the move is a source of tension […]

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Supergirl #14 review

In Superman #13, Supergirl was furious to find Kal-El putting down a Kryptonian dragon. Sure, it had been attacking Earth, but so far as Kara’s concerned, anything Kryptonian is sacrosanct. This issue, the start of the H’El on Earth crossover between Supergirl, Superboy and Superman, begins with the Super-Cousins watching a post mortem on the […]

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Captain America #1 review

After years of super-serious, super-spy action, the Captain America series tries a new direction – Jack Kirby craziness. The relaunched Marvel Now! title looks back for inspiration to the Seventies, when Cap’s co-creator wrote and drew the adventures of the Sentinel of Liberty, and far-out was the order of the day. While incoming writer Rick Remender emulates The King’s […]

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Amazing Spider-Man #698 review

It’s a good day to be Peter Parker. As Spider-Man he’s keeping the city safe and is a respected member of the Avengers. Out of costume he has his dream science job and the chance to win back true love Mary Jane Watson. It’s not such a good day to be Otto Octavius. Dr Octopus […]

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X-Men: Legacy #1 review

This comic book boasts a fantastic collage cover – take a bow Mike Del Mundo – and a good joke relating to the protagonist’s hair. Which is something. I began reading this with my supper, got two pages in, and swapped it for the new Wolverine and the X-Men, which was pretty good, thank you […]

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