Justice League 3001 #1 review

It’s a new beginning for Justice League 3000… it’s Justice League 3001! The future’s most dysfunctional superheroes have conquered bad guys aplenty, expanded their roster and now they’re ready to take on the threat of Starrohe Conqueror. Beginning with their first recorded adventure, the original JLA took the super-starfish down plenty of times, but as […]

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Superman #41 review

Clark gets a message from an unknown party on his phone telling him to put the TV news on. The report is about super-weapons falling into the hands of Metropolis criminals. The texter leads him and Jimmy to a warehouse where a smooth guy is telling a foreign leader he can 3D print terror technology. […]

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Martian Manhunter #1 review

Who is J’onn Jonzz? Is he a friendly Justice Leaguer? A Martian weapon of planetary destruction? A gnarled old monster who does magic tricks for food? This title from the new DC shows that he could be all three, as writer Rob Williams and penciller Eddy Barrows give us a fresh take on one of […]

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Doctor Fate #1 review

It’s raining in New York. A storm is battering the streets. And the old gods are stirring… Medical student Khalid Nassour is in the Brooklyn Museum, being beckoned by a disembodied voice to don an ancient artefact – the golden helmet of Fate. He thinks he’s having some kind of unwanted drugs trip, but if […]

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Justice League of America #1 review

Clark Kent is invited to an event by the Infinity Corporation in New York, a group he’s never heard of but one which evidently knows he’s Superman. There, scientist Vincent and colleague Alexis present him with a horrific sight – multiple versions of himself, all dead. Vincent is frustratingly obtuse with the information he gives […]

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Constantine: The Hellblazer #1 review

Oh look, John Constantine’s back. The fella who fired magical blasts with Justice League Dark? Gone. The loner who’s lucky to hit a massive demonic target with a second-rate spell? That’s John Constantine, and he’s here, in a relaunched Hellblazer title.   New readers can happily start here, as writers Ming Doyle and James Tynion IV, […]

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