Action Comics #987 review

This is the one you’ve been waiting for! It’s an old comic book cover line, usually sheer hype. This, though, is the one we’ve been waiting for, the beginning of the storyline unveiling the identity of Mr Oz. The mysterious manipulator who’s been behind the scenes since DC Rebirth began stands revealed this issue.  Yes, […]

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Superman #27 review

Back in the Seventies a sequence in DC’s Shazam comic had Billy Batson and Uncle Dudley travel the US in a motor home. Along the way they gave the readers history lessons. Sounds corny? It was, a little; it was also wonderful, as DC threw in a little book learning alongside the superheroics. And you […]

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Superman #26 review

Jon Kent has been through trials by fire. He’s found out his parents come from another Earth and his dad is Superman. He’s fought monsters both human and inhuman. He’s had his mind corrupted. He’s survived several team-ups with Damian Wayne. Truth be told, he’s getting a little cocky.  And when you’re overconfident, and don’t […]

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Dark Days: The Forge #1 review

A long time ago, an Egyptian prince discovers the secrets of Nth metal.  Today, Batman rescues a scientist from a volcanic eruption in the Bermuda Triangle.  And Green Lantern Hal Jordan is dispatched to the Batcave by the Guardian Ganthet, to stop a secret coming to light. Before he can discover what that is, Hal […]

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Action Comics #980 review

Kneel before Zod’s bubble butt! Blimey, that’s rather the cheesecake cover on the new Action Comics. Nothing like this scene happens inside, though, as this issue is the precursor to Cyborg Superman and the Eradicator meeting the former Phantom Zone villain. Presumably he’s still working on his glutes as this chapter opens with new Superman […]

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The Flash #22 review

It’s a race against time as the Flash and Batman bid to solve the mystery of the smiley face button which appeared in the Batcave. Using a Cosmic Treadmill to traverse the timestream, they’ve encountered the ever-evil Reverse-Flash. Last time they saw him, a few minutes ago in their personal perception of time, he was […]

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Action Comics #979 review

Clark and Lois are in the market for a property. Now they’re both back at the Daily Planet a long commute to Hamilton makes no sense, says Lois. So they’re looking at a duplex – top-floor, so Superman can better fly off on business – and hoping son Jon won’t be too upset about moving […]

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