Justice League United #10 review

With the threat of Infinitus over, Justice League United and the Legion of Super-Heroes have just one small matter to tie up – the black hole Brainiac 5 created while trying to save the day. Now it threatens to not only pull the heroes in, but to absorb the entire world of Thanagar. Brainy needs […]

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Action Comics #40 review

The Ghosts of Smallville storyline was terrific, but after months of high drama to make the soul creep, a fun done-in-one is just what the doctor ordered. And it’s just what we get here, as Superman has his first encounter with the cosmic cube that is the Bizarro World. Dragged there by a mysterious portal, […]

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Spider-Woman #5 review

It’s her fifth issue, but really, this may as well be Spider-Woman #1, with Jessica Drew having left behind the Spider-Verse shenanigans of earlier issues to embrace a new direction in a new costume.  She’s quit the Avengers and severed her SHIELD links in the hope of helping ordinary folk while living a pleasantly mundane […]

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Batman Eternal #48 review

Batman Eternal is in the home straight, with the Batman Family fighting souped-up villains  at various points around Gotham. Jason Bard has realised he was wrong about Commissioner Gordon and tries to get the Mayor to sign a release form. The Penguin sparks a riot in Blackgate Prison – where Gordon’s incarcerated on a trumped-up […]

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Futures End #44 review

We’re getting to the end of Futures End and things really hot up here. Brainiac has detached New York, enclosed it in a dome and is taking it somewhere. Can Superman and a ragtag Justice League somehow save the day? That would be telling – this comic is set five years in the future, so […]

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