Superman #15 review

Multiplicity continues with our Superman leading Justice League Incarnate on a rescue mission. They’re out to extract the Supermen of as many worlds as possible before the hungry hordes of a villain known only as Prophecy can consume them.  In a way that’s slightly reminiscent of the Earth 3 scene in Crisis on Infinite Earths […]

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Superman #14 review

The Russian Superman from Earth 30, the Red Son, appears in front of our All-American Boy and asks for help. He’s being pursued by the Gatherers, terrifying monsters who want to consume him on behalf of someone known as Prophecy. And It’s not just him they’re after – they want to consume Supermen from throughout the […]

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Superman #13 review

When I was a kid, reading passed-down Silver Age comics, you couldn’t get through a Superman Family story without the phrase ‘How ironic (choke)’ turning up at the end. Editor Mort Weisinger was obsessed with unexpected turnabouts – Lois Lane would marry a gorgeous alien who turned out to be allergic to her hairspray and […]

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Superman #12 review

Anyone who’s worked in local newspapers will know the feeling. You’re having a good day when a member of the public drops in to see you.   And the day was going so well. After years of not being a reporter, Lois Lane has two newspapers on the go. She’s back working at the Daily Planet […]

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Superman #11 review

The destinies of Jon Kent and Damian Wayne are entwined by the relationship of their fathers. But the kids known as Superboy and Robin haven’t been getting along, something Superman and Batman realise has to be rectified if they’re to be allies and, better yet, friends. So it’s boot camp, superhero style. The boys are dumped in […]

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Superman #10 review

It had to happen. The son of Superman meets the spawn of Batman in World’s Smallest, paving the way for the upcoming Super Sons series starring Jon Kent and Damian Wayne, the latest Superboy and Robin.  Things start off quietly as Jon and best friend Kathy negotiate their school day. On the way home, Jon, […]

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Superman #9 review

Superman, Superboy and Superdog have been teleported to Dinosaur Island by a Mother Box-alike that began life as Jon’s science project. But it’s gone missing, and after a spot of dino-punching, father, son and four-legged flying friend take a break in a cave.  But there’s someone else in there… It’s Captain Storm, one of the […]

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