Aquaman #39 review

Atlantis has been raised from the sea, a subconscious wish by Aquaman acted on by magical metal. The surface world is deeply suspicious and Amanda Waller has sent the Suicide Squad to bomb Atlantis back under the water. And if some people die… …actually, despite being criminals, not all the Squad members – specifically Harley […]

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Justice League #24 review

There’s a colossal, unnatural storm in the Atlantic, threatening the Eastern Seaboard of the US and the Justice League are stepping up. Winds of 200mph are a threat, but when you have several members with super-speed and endurance, what’s to stop you stopping it? How about the wrath of a water witch? Mera plans to […]

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DC Sneak Peeks reviewed – Justice League 3001, Dr Fate, Bat-Mite, Bizarro, Deathstroke, Green Lantern: The Lost Army, Aquaman, Action Comics, Gotham By Midnight, Lobo

Justice League 3001 If you’ve not been reading Justice League 3000, here’s a nifty chance to see what the book offers – a new twist on the World’s Greatest Super-Heroes with a splendid mix of laughs and conflict. But behind the fireworks JM DeMatteis emotionally layers his future versions of Wonder Woman, Batman and the rest […]

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Secret Origins #2 review

Last month Superman had the cover, this time it’s Batman, next month it’s Wonder … er, Green Lantern. So much for my theory that DC’s traditional Big Three were the opening acts for this origin anthology. Not to worry, the images we are getting are certainly winners, though I’d prefer group shots including the other […]

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Justice League #12 review

The Villain’s Journey ends as the Justice League takes down David Graves. Green Lantern is the only hero not fooled for a second by the demons pretending to be the ghosts of their loved ones, and he leads an attack on the bad guy. The other MVP here is League liaison Steve Trevor, far from […]

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Justice League #10 review

David Graves, who has been kidnapping enemies of the Justice League and torturing them for information, strikes. He invades the team’s satellite and assaults the members with memories of loss that leave them gnarled husks. Along the way we learn how Graves was granted power by minor gods and perhaps acts as a conduit to […]

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