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 Death of Hawkman #1 review

Adam Strange is helping a badly injured Hawkman across the carnage-strewn battlefields of Rann. The contrast between the pair is evident A flashback shows us some of the events leading up to the shocking opening. It’s a scenario we’ve seen dozens of times – Adam hanging around on Earth, waiting to intercept the Zeta Beam […]

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Raven #1 review

The Teen Titans have broken up and Raven’s going to school. She’s learned that she has an aunt and family in San Francisco and has been invited to stay with them. Having previously been ‘homeschooled’ in the interdimensional realm of Azarath, high school is alien to the daughter of the demonic Trigon. And everyone is […]

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Superman #49 review

The battle with Vandal Savage goes on. It feels like it’s been going on all my life. And maybe a few lifetimes prior to that.  But with this issue, it really feels like things are wrapping up. Superman and Wonder Woman are joined by Metallo, the Man With the Kryptonite Heart, as the latest twist […]

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Batman/Superman #29 review

The World’s Finest heroes are on the moon, trying to learn who murdered a giant space explorer. Alien assassin Lobo is watching them, his interest unknown. A second giant arrives, this one alive, and the pair surmise it’s the father of the female corpse. Green Lantern tech ‘borrowed’ by Batman allows Superman to communicate with […]

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Batman/Superman #28 review

There’s a giant on the moon. A dead giant. Superman needs Batman’s investigative skills to help solve the mystery, so goes to Gotham to find him. The Caped Crusader is in the middle of a fight with Clayface, so might be expected to be grateful for a super-hand.  Not so. And Batman doesn’t cheer up […]

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New Suicide Squad #12 review

The Suicide Squad are in deep. Half the team members have gone undercover with the DC Universe version of Isis, the rest have fallen to said fanatics. So while Deadshot awaits his opportunity to destroy the League’s cache of super-weapons and Black Manta goes native (oops!), failed inside man Captain Boomerang is awaiting execution for […]

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