Justice League 3001 #6 review

Having brought a Batman pretender before the sheriff of prison planet Takron-Galtos, the 31st-century’s genuine Caped Crusader wants to make her his ward… well, Tina Sung is an orphan, and you know how Batmen are when they sniff a possible sidekick. Particularly unimpressed with the idea is Supergirl; the original Kara Zor-El isn’t one for […]

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Superman #46 review

To get the obvious out of the way first, I want Truth to be over. I want Superman back in costume, powered up and living secretly as Clark Kent, playing well with his full supporting cast. I want Lois and Clark relations normalised. I want Perry White to reclaim his life from whoever the heck […]

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Secret Origins Podcast

You may already be a listener of Ryan Daly’s weekly Secret Origins podcast, in which DC’s Eighties series is looked at by our host and a guest. This week I was lucky enough to be invited to talk Legion with Ryan, while Gene Hendricks of The Hammer Strikes! blog drops by to look at the […]

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Scooby-Doo Team-Up #25 review

Someone is kidnapping ghosts. It’s a riddle beyond even the talents of the Phantom Stranger to solve, so he turns to the experts – Mystery Inc. Not all the team members are excited at the prospect of spooks who don’t come with rubber masks… Soon Deadman has made the scene and the gang have found […]

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Spider-Woman #1 review

When this series relaunched with #5 a few months ago – yes, I see the #1 on the front, but this is Marvel – I appreciated the craft, but the hipster Marvelousness of it all meant it wasn’t for me. I like my Spiderwoman creepy, something she hasn’t been since about 1980.  Still, I’m always […]

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Action Comics #46 review

It’s Superman versus shadow ninjas. Again. How many times have we seen this now in the neverending storyline running through the Superman books? He’s still short-haired, still missing most of his powers, still trying to work out what the master plan of dark witch Wrath is.  As we join him this month, Superman, at Wrath’s […]

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Justice League United #15 review

It’s not the war to end all wars. It’s the never-ending battle – a time loop of overlapping conflicts which has trapped Easy Company, the Creature Commandos, Omac, Enemy Ace and hundreds of ordinary fighting men on all sides. Can Justice League United – Stargirl, Robotman, Steel, Batgirl and Vandal Savage – save the day, […]

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