In Washington DC, Velma, Shaggy, Fred, Daphne and Scooby-Doo are at the opening of what’s presumed to be a time capsule, found at the Lincoln Memorial. They’re wary because the message on top says, in no uncertain terms, DO NOT OPEN. So of course it’s opened at a ceremony with all the trimmings. And guess […]Read More Scooby-Doo Team-Up #39 review
One night in Gotham, Robin is having a time-out from the life of a young vigilante. Damian Wayne is enjoying a meal in his favourite eatery, whose Lebanese immigrant owners he’s befriended. Then, local thugs arrive, and things go to hell. Damian decides he’s had enough of playing nice with bad guys who get out […]Read More Teen Titans Special #1 review
Last issue ended with Superman unleashing his flare power, the entirety of his stored yellow sun energy, in a bid to bring down Rogol Zaar. Which meant this issue would see him powerless for 24 hours, until his body had absorbed enough solar rays to power him up again. This issue opens with Superman dragging […]Read More Man of Steel #5 review
The lads behind the Doom Patrol podcast Waiting For Doom, Mike and Paul, recently added a second show to their feed, alternating with the previously weekly DP index episodes. The new strand is DCOCD, in which they discuss DC events of the past. A general discussion is followed by the giving of points out of […]Read More Podcast plug!
Welcome to the new home of Too Dangerous For a Girl – the continuing lack of support given by Google to the Blogger platform just wore me down… Hopefully the old posts have all migrated OK. I’m not especially WordPress-savvy so let me know what works, what doesn’t and feel free to suggest improvements. Thanks […]Read More Crossing the Blogosphere
Three months ago, Lex Luthor visited a few of late father Lionel’s old mates. It didn’t go well for them, but Lex had a revelation. Today, in outer space, Green Lantern John Stewart’s daily grind is interrupted by Batman. Meanwhile – literally, Batman is talking to John via a surprise guest good guy while […]Read More Justice League of America #2 review
Superman and Supergirl are fighting mad. They’re face to face with the creature who destroyed Kandor and while their instincts are to pummel him, the alien brute has chosen Metropolis as the battleground, meaning every blow thrown puts lives at risk. While the monster whose name he doesn’t know is caught up with Kara, Superman […]Read More Man of Steel #4 review