Action Comics #976 review

Ever read a comic that goes exactly where you expect it to… and you couldn’t be happier? That’s me and Action Comics #576, which wraps up the Superman Reborn story arc and along with it, the short, rollercoaster lives of the New 52 Superman and Lois Lane.  But they’re not gone – the Lois and Clark […]

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Superman #12 review

Anyone who’s worked in local newspapers will know the feeling. You’re having a good day when a member of the public drops in to see you.   And the day was going so well. After years of not being a reporter, Lois Lane has two newspapers on the go. She’s back working at the Daily Planet […]

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Superman #11 review

The destinies of Jon Kent and Damian Wayne are entwined by the relationship of their fathers. But the kids known as Superboy and Robin haven’t been getting along, something Superman and Batman realise has to be rectified if they’re to be allies and, better yet, friends. So it’s boot camp, superhero style. The boys are dumped in […]

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Justice League #31 review

Last issue ended with Lex Luthor pitching up at Wayne Manor, ready to tell Bruce Wayne he knows his other identity, and would he please back his bid for Justice League membership? That leads into a satisfying scene this issue as Bruce denies all and Alfred provides surprising – to Luthor, anyway – back-up.  Justice […]

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Justice League #29 review

When DC launched in 2011 Justice League was the first title off the blocks. Now here’s the 29th issue as the rest of the original New 52 survivors are about to hit #31. That’s what being knee-deep in crossovers gets you.  Never mind, #29 is here, and with it the new Metal Men’s battle against […]

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