Teen Titans #10 review

In San Francisco Bay, supervillain Black Manta tries to kill the mother of his son. But if she dies, Lucia isn’t going down easily.  While she’s been living in the heart of the US, she’s from the other-dimensional realm of Xebel, with hard water powers similar to those of its most famous daughter, Mera. The […]

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Nightwing #21 review

Does a look at a book that came out a fortnight ago count as a Retro Review? I only got around to reading this issue last night, and simply have to pour on the praise. It’s a one-off team-up between Titans buddies Dick Grayson and Wally West, just catching up as they enjoy the Blüdhaven […]

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Aquaman #19 review

A few issues ago Aquaman fought the Aquamarines, human-sealife hybrids sent by the US military when Atlantis and the States were at odds. That misunderstanding was ironed out, but not before some heavy casualties. So when the leader of the Aquamarines asks Aquaman for help, Mera is understandably iffy.  Major Rhonda Ricoh wants Aquaman’s help […]

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Aquaman #17 review

The war between Atlantis and the United States is over. Aquaman is a hero to the world and he’s been invited to speak at the United Nations as a likely precursor to Atlantis being granted membership. While Mera tells Aquaman he went down well, for Arthur it wasn’t just another address.  Who’s the mysterious man […]

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Aquaman #11 review

Aquaman is in bad shape. A battle with Shaggy Man has left him looking like Two-Face in scale-mail.  The good that’s come out of the situation, though, is that once again the world is recognising that he’s not an enemy of the US, but a hero. Which doesn’t please Black Manta, whose hostile takeover of […]

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Aquaman #4 review

Arthur has allowed himself to be taken into custody by the US Government after apparent attacks by Atlantis on the surface world. Mera is in the White House, trying to be patient as the President fails to show up to talk to her. Tula is in Atlantis, finding that being regent in the absence of […]

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Aquaman Rebirth #1 review

Members of an Atlantean terror cell are making their way to the United States, determined to destroy a city. The Deluge have no real grudge with the surface dwellers, they simply resent that their king, Aquaman, cares as much about the people of dry land as he does those beneath the waves. With back-up from […]

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