Trinity of Sin: Pandora #2 review

Pandora’s meeting with Wonder Woman and Superman has attracted the attention of the good guys and the bad guys. The good guys are superhuman agencies S.H.A.D.E. and A.R.G.U.S. in the shape of Agents Kincaid and Chang. The bad guys are the Secret Society of Super-Villains, represented by Vandal Savage, Giganta and Signalman. The first group […]

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Trintiy of Sin: Pandora #1 review

I don’t know how many issues this new title will run, but as it’s an event tie-in, I’m guessing we’re in limited series territory. Going by this first issue, that’s just as well, as there seems to be no point to Pandora beyond inciting said crossover, Trinity of Sin, which runs through the next two […]

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Batgirl #19 review

Batgirl’s entry for DC’s month of surprising gatefold covers suggests she may have to murder pesky brother James Gordon Jr. He’s the guy who’s been sniffing around Gotham hatching lunatic plans to terrorise his father, mother and sister. Without revealing who he was, he even took Barbara’s roommate Alysia out on a date, and gifted […]

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Justice League of America #58 review

The JLA’s battle against Eclipso and his horde continues, with brains proving as important as brawn, as the team recognises that the Shade is key to defeating the dark god. Batman organises the fightback into two fronts – one subteam distracts Eclipso while another shoots a bullet – carrying the Atom and Starman – into […]

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