Teen Titans Special #1 review

Damian Wayne’s USP is that he’s a bit of a dick – highly intelligent, but even more arrogant. I’ve defended him down the years as a wild card who can turn a story on its head, disrupting normally smooth-running relationships, injecting extra excitement.  This issue, though, he does something unforgivable.  Let’s work our way to […]

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Justice League of America #7 review

It’s a downtime day for Batman’s Justice League of America. The Caped Crusader is at headquarters checking out the work of weapons maker turned Secret Sanctuary fixer-upper Xenos.  In Manhattan’s Museum of Unnatural History, the Atom, Ryan Choi and Killer Frost, Caitlin Snow, have a lead on a cure for the latter’s need to snatch […]

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Action Comics #980 review

Kneel before Zod’s bubble butt! Blimey, that’s rather the cheesecake cover on the new Action Comics. Nothing like this scene happens inside, though, as this issue is the precursor to Cyborg Superman and the Eradicator meeting the former Phantom Zone villain. Presumably he’s still working on his glutes as this chapter opens with new Superman […]

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Deathstroke #19 review

Deathstroke has become the Fastest Killer Alive and Wally West is on his trail. He’s also the chattiest, explaining to Wally, aka The Flash, the deal he made with Dick Grayson several years ago, one centred on his daughter Rose.  Here and now, Wally’s friends in the Titans, and the Teen Titans, try to stop the […]

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Green Lanterns #23 review

It’s back to school for Jessica Cruz and Simon Baz as they’re summoned to Mogo for Green Lantern training. Simon has already had some lessons, so he’s on the advanced course. Jessica is well up for boosting her knowledge and fighting techniques, but after learning on the job with, first, the Justice League, then Simon, […]

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The Flash #22 review

It’s a race against time as the Flash and Batman bid to solve the mystery of the smiley face button which appeared in the Batcave. Using a Cosmic Treadmill to traverse the timestream, they’ve encountered the ever-evil Reverse-Flash. Last time they saw him, a few minutes ago in their personal perception of time, he was […]

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