Supergirl #24 review

Supergirl is in the far reaches of space, desperate to track down the truth about the last days of Krypton. A Guardian of the Universe has told her the monstrous Rogol Zaar, the man who claimed to have murdered her home planet, was part of a conspiracy. Now she wants to find the other members […]

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The Green Lantern #1 review

It’s not the elegant image of Hal Jordan and power battery that truly struck me as regards the cover of The Green Lantern #1, it’s the copy. ‘Beware my power!’ warns an above-the-logo slogan. ‘Earthman Hal Jordan brings justice to the stars’ notes the log line. And then there’s the story arc title, ‘Intergalactic Lawman’. […]

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Teen Titans #20 review

The new Teen Titans are on their latest mission – bringing down the current incarnation of the Church of Brother Blood. As the new members gel surprisingly well considering they’ve only worked together a handful of times, leader Robin thinks about how he recruited each one. First came Kid Flash, who served with Damian Wayne […]

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Action Comics #996 review

Today Lois Lane sneaks into the African country of Logamba in a bid to save her military man father from execution. Decades from now, Superman and Booster Gold try to survive New Krypton long enough to get the necessary materials to repair their broken time bubble and return to 2017. It won’t be easy for […]

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Scooby-Doo Team-Up #37 review

Zatara has been kidnapped. Again. The first time saw his daughter, Zatanna, seek help from members of the Justice League of America. This time, with the League offworld, she turns to the members of Mystery Inc and a plan is formed.  There follows a splendidly amusing tour of the magical corners of the DC Universe, […]

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Raven #1 review

The Teen Titans have broken up and Raven’s going to school. She’s learned that she has an aunt and family in San Francisco and has been invited to stay with them. Having previously been ‘homeschooled’ in the interdimensional realm of Azarath, high school is alien to the daughter of the demonic Trigon. And everyone is […]

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