Uncanny Avengers #26 review

The Secret Empire having been crushed, the Unity team of Avengers and X-Men would like to catch a breath, but there’s tension in the air. Wanda, the Scarlet Witch, had been possessed by the Demon Chthon – not for the first time – and fought on the side of an evil Captain America. Her brother […]

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Justice League of America #7 review

It’s a downtime day for Batman’s Justice League of America. The Caped Crusader is at headquarters checking out the work of weapons maker turned Secret Sanctuary fixer-upper Xenos.  In Manhattan’s Museum of Unnatural History, the Atom, Ryan Choi and Killer Frost, Caitlin Snow, have a lead on a cure for the latter’s need to snatch […]

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Justice League of America #1 review

Batman and Vixen are patrolling Gotham, with literal super-model Mari McCabe demonstrating that the only animal she’s not down with is bull.  Black Canary and the Ray are helping victims of a blaze. Lobo is beating up Atlantean fire trolls. And Atom and Killer Frost? They’re discussing the finer points of superhero nomenclature while trying […]

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Batman #12 review

Batman is fighting his way across Bane’s Santa Prisca stronghold. Dozens of thugs stand in his way but he’s determined to snatch Psycho Pirate from him and take him back to the US. He wants the mind-mangling villain to restore the sanity he stole from troubled young heroine Gotham Girl.  That’s what’s happening in the pictures. […]

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The Vision #9 review

I read my comics digitally these days and when I get to the end of an issue, I’m invited to rate the book. I’m not a great one for rating comics, preferring to let words do the work, but touching the Comixology stars changes their colour. And that just makes me happy.  Yes, I am […]

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The Vision #5 review

I’m  It’s dinner time and The Vision receives a knock on the door from the police department. They want to talk to him in connection with the killing of a schoolmate of son Vin.  If the Vision knows wife Virginia is responsible for Chris Kinzky’s death, he’s in deep denial. Either way, he answers the […]

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