Titans #11 review

Years ago, young supervillain Grant Wilson, the Ravager, died while operating as an agent of the HIVE. His father Slade, aka Deathstroke the Terminator, blamed the Titans, who were fighting Grant at the time.  Today, the Titans are again fighting HIVE operatives.  At least they think they are. It turns out they’re imposters, hired to, […]

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Titans Annual #1 review

Eight people in a locked room. No one knows how they got there. Confusion turns to paranoia. Accusations are made. Secrets emerge.  No, it’s not 1997 sci-fi thriller Cube, it’s the 2017 Titans Annual as writer Dan Abnett continues to stir the DC Rebirth mystery meat pot. He’s been at it over a year now, […]

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Titans #8 review

The Titans are settling into their new tower headquarters in New York City. Donna is unpacking with Roy… … Dick is helping Wally adjust to changed circumstances… … and Lilith is sparring with Garth.  Across town, former Teen Titan Mal Duncan and wife Karen are facing big questions.  If ever a comic book was crying […]

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Teen Titans #5 review

It’s Wally West to the rescue as the magical mannequins of Abra Kadabra aim to kill his Titans friend and once (and future?) wife Linda Park. Lilith, Aqualad, Donna Troy, Arsenal and Nightwing are all seconds away from death, and scattered around the US. Is even the Fastest Man Alive quick enough to save them?  […]

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Titans Rebirth #1 review

The big mystery of the DC Rebirth 80pp Giant was: who changed the past of the heroes of the DC Universe? After escaping the Speed Force, Wally West is determined to find out, but he can’t do it alone. Having been reunited with Barry Allen, he seeks out his old friends in the Teen Titans.  […]

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Bloodlines #1 review

Well, if Marvel can redo Secret Wars (twice!), DC can certainly bring back the Bloodlines concept. If you missed 1993, a) you’re young and I hate you, and b) it was an event which saw aliens ‘infect’ regular folk with super-powers. This brought us the likes of Anima, Argus, and Hitman – the breakout character […]

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Aquaman #50 review

So, last month I was pleading for DC to make guest writer Dan Abnett the new regular guy. And they have, he’ll be at the helm come the DC Rebirth relaunch. Let’s pretend it’s something to do with me. All that matters is, yay! Because Dan Abnett writes great Aquaman. And Mera… sorry, Aquawoman. After […]

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