Justice League #19 review

It’s a fine day in Metropolis. The Source Wall is broken, the Legion of Doom are trying to wake an elder god, but the Justice League members are smiling. And they have a plan. Facing incredible omniversal forces, who better to help than one of the most powerful beings in creation? As it happens, the […]

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Doomsday Clock #9 review

A thousand years in the future, Dr Manhattan is souvenir hunting. In the present day, the heroes are leaving Earth and heading into the unknown. In Washington DC, Superman lies near death. In Gotham City, Batman is desperate to contact his friends. And Ronnie Raymond is taken to the past for a revelation… … now […]

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Sideways #13 review

Thirteen proves an unlucky number for Derek James as his series is cancelled – a shame, as Sideways has been my favourite spin-off from DC’s Dark Metal event. Little by little I’ve got to know Derek’s world – his character, his family, his powers, his potential – and enjoyed it all enormously. How much I’ve […]

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Heroes in Crisis #6 review

It’s therapy session time at Sanctuary. Time-tossed Teen Titan Gnarrk, mentally malfunctioning ‘villainess’ Harley Quinn and reality-ripped Flash Wally West are, separately, considering the same question. How many people have they saved? Why the resident AI at the refuge set up by Batman, Wonder Woman and Superman wants to know this, isn’t clear. Still, off […]

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Naomi #2 review

In which our heroine asks mysterious mechanic Dee how he knows the date of her adoption and what else he knows. That, as they say, went well. Later, she tackles her parents. Not much there either. Which pretty much sums up this issue, which is a classic example of the type of decompression I thought […]

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Wonder Twins #1 review

Zan and Jayna, teenagers from the planet Exxor, are spending time on Earth. They’ve been learning about their new home for six months and are ready to try a US high school. Jayna has signed up for extracurricular activities… … while Zan doesn’t quite get Show & Tell. When not at their apparently peculiar school, […]

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Supergirl #27 review

Deep in outer space, Krypto is in trouble. Happily, Supergirl’s new friend, Znd’r Kol, is determined to save the Dog of Steel… even if it upsets his mother. On the other side of the warship, Kara fights with the Omega Men to save captive extraterrestrials from an army of evil empire The Citadel, helmed by […]

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