Superman Annual #3 review

The origin of Vandal Savage forms the backbone of this annual. Longtime DC fans know a meteor turned a caveman into the immortal villain, and that’s still the story. What’s new in this retelling is that the rock which empowered him with immortality originates in the Krypton system.  This extra-length story alternates vignettes from Savage’s […]

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Patsy Walker AKA Hellcat #1 review

Patsy Walker, former teenage star, Avenger, Defender and Satan’s daughter-in-law detects trouble with her ability to sense supernatural energy. She intercepts Ian Soo, who’s just used his brand new telekinetic power to steal cash from a security van. He’s hardly A-grade villain material – he thinks the name Telekinian is clever as heck and has […]

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Superman #47 review

  Jimmy Olsen has been badly wounded as Superman fought the Sand Superman controlled by cyber-criminal Hordr_root. Former Hordr worker Condesa uses her machine-whispering power to get Jimmy to hospital as the underpowered Man of Steel battles on. And during the fight he admits something to himself.  With Jimmy set to recover, Superman can concentrate […]

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DC Comics Bombshells #22 review

While DC Bombshells is based on a line of statues, you could never accuse Marguerite Bennett’s story of standing still. In 22 digital chapters we’ve been introduced to World War Two versions of Batwoman, Mera, Harley Quinn, Supergirl, Stargirl and more, spanned continents and hopped from genre to genre. Every episode has been enjoyable, but this […]

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We Are Robin #7 review

The Gotham authorities have cracked down on the We are Robin kids, locking several up in a new, decidedly dodgy, prison facility. Alongside them is current official boy wonder Damian Wayne and below, ordered by the Court of Owls to fight to the death, Robin graduates Red Hood and Red Robin.  Elsewhere, original model Dick […]

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