We’ve all had days when we don’t know who we are anymore. But for Diana, this is the literal truth. A truth about falsehoods – she’s remembering conflicting stories about her past. Was she made from clay? Or is she the daughter of Zeus. How can she be god of war? What were the circumstances […]Read More Wonder Woman: Rebirth #1 Review
Barbara Gordon’s mind has been hacked. Can computer expert pal Frankie rescue Batgirl by going into her head and enlisting a hopefully neutered evil AI as her guide? Yeah, it’s comics goes Tron again. But wait… this is rather good. Writers Cameron Stewart and Brenden Fletcher use the conceit to give us a closer look […]Read More Batgirl #49 review
So, last week we had the big reveal as to just who’s been bedevilling Batman and friends for the last few issues … Cluemaster. Apparently there was a lot of grumbling after Batman Eternal #50 that Stephanie Brown’s dad isn’t a big enough name to be the mastermind who’s brought Gotham City down around Batman’s […]Read More Batman Eternal #51 review
Superman and Wraith are defending Tokyo from an attack by the Ascension terrorist organisation. Lois Lane is in Nova Scotia with the mystery man who stopped her plane from crashing. And Jimmy Olsen is in an interview with Lex Luthor. Unfortunately for the Daily Planet snapper, it’s Luthor who’s asking him the questions, and to […]Read More Superman Unchained #4 review
Superboy is dying after being assaulted by supposed Kryptonian H’el. Superman takes him to the Fortress of Solitude where scientific advisors Cyborg and Dr Veritas puzzle over Superboy’s three strands of DNA. They’re breaking down, leading Superman to suppose that his Kryptonian armour might boost Superboy’s healing the way it did his own, years ago. […]Read More Superboy #15 review
For Wonder Woman readers, DC’s Zero Month means a trip back to Diana’s childhood, and harsh lessons from an Olympian. The story opens with the 12-year-old princess of Themyscira stealing a harpy’s egg to make her birthday cake. She hands the egg to her mother, because on Paradise Island, says Hippolyta, ‘you need to present […]Read More Wonder Woman #0 review
Some weeks there’s just not the time to review every comic I’d like to. Especially when they’re giant-sized issues (which barely anyone buys – seriously, you should see my stats when I try to give a multi-story special its due. Pitiful). Still, I’d not sleep if I didn’t at least try to bring a little story […]Read More Justice Society of America 80-Page Giant #1 – anyone know a good shrink?