Scooby-Doo Team-Up #16 review

Usually, I buy Scooby-Doo Team-Up digitally. Each comic-sized issue is split into two parts, which is frustrating, but the scans are brilliant for screen grabs – great for an inveterate blogger. But hearing that the next story would see the gang meet the Marvel Family, well, I couldn’t wait two months to read the whole […]

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Ms Marvel #17 review

It’s the end of the world as she knows it – and Kamala Khan feels far from fine. The people of Jersey City are panicking, her brother has been kidnapped by evil Inhumans and everyone is looking to Ms Marvel to save the day. The 16-year-old feels, understandably, overwhelmed.  Thank goodness, then, that Captain Marvel shows […]

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Avengers Assemble #15 review

Ultron’s drones have taken over London, leaving a ragtag band of heroes as the UK’s only hope. Residents Captain Britain, Excalibur and the Black Knight, holidaying Avenger Captain Marvel, forgotten hero Computer Graham and schoolgirl Magic Boots Mel huddle in the British Museum, protected by magical artefacts, trying to come up with a plan. Having given […]

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Avenging Spider-Man #9 review

Her new comic isn’t out until next week, but here’s our first look at Carol Danvers as Captain Marvel. The former Ms Marvel/Binary/Warbird/Ms Marvel (again) teams up with Spider-Man for … a flight to Boston. Having bought a light aircraft, Carol is giving Peter Parker a lift to the city, where Aunt May now lives. […]

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Justice League #8 review

Green Arrow wants to join the Justice League. Trying to persuade the world’s greatest super-team to – ahem – give him a shot, he starts showing up for their missions. And while he’s actually pretty useful, his requests for a trial are turned down. Aquaman doesn’t like him. Green Lantern thinks he’d be useless. Batman […]

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Justice League #7 review

In Baltimore, the Justice League saves the day when scientist Dr Samuel Street is infected with a virus he’s delivering to government organisation ARGUS. The bug turns him into a monster-man able to create mini-monster men. As well as physically, it brings out the worst in him mentally, causing him to threaten his ex-wife. Putting him […]

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