Forever Evil #2 review

The Crime Syndicate has taken over the Earth. The members of the Secret Society are putting down opposition. The Justice League has vanished. Will anyone emerge to defend the people? Step forward the Teen Titans and … Lex Luthor? The former run into CS members Johnny Quick and Atomica and it doesn’t go well, as […]

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Superboy #23 review

Superboy and Dr Psycho are investigating a school where an unknown psychic is driving people crazy. As we join our hero, he’s being attacked by the entire student body, apparently made over into monsters. Even trusty pal Krypto is affected, with the Superdog crazed and on the attack. But Superboy finds a way to turn […]

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Superman Family Adventures #9 review

Brainiac arrives on Earth and persuades Lex Luthor to team up with him for an attack on the Fortress of Solitude. Well, I say ‘persuades’ but in truth, he kidnaps Lex, putting him in charge of his shrink ray. Meanwhile, Metropolis is revelling in the super-efficient Brainiac tech that’s been popping up without explanation. Perry […]

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Teen Titans #13 review

Cassie Sandsmark explains to Superboy and Red Robin how she came to be Wonder Girl. Accompanying her archaeologist mother Helena around the world, she was something of the master thief, stealing antiquities wherever they went. One day, a youth going by ‘Diesel’ steamrolled over her heart, and soon he was following the Sandsmarks around the […]

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Superman #13 review

On the sixth day, he rested. For five days, Superman has been bench-pressing the earth’s weight, testing his limits with ‘omniologist’ Dr Shay Veritas. Back in Metropolis, he walks in on roomie Jimmy Olsen having sex in the shower with an unnamed woman. At the Daily Planet, in his Clark Kent mode, he lectures colleagues […]

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The Flash #0 review

The Flash’s Zero Month issue takes us back to the weeks after Barry Allen was hit by a lightning bolt. Swathed in bandages while his burns defy medical expectations by clearing up, he’s visited by newly promoted police Captain Darryl Frye. It turns out that Frye took Barry in after the tragedy of his mother’s […]

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Supergirl #0 review

Of all the DC Zero Month titles I’ve read so far, none gives up as many secrets as this issue. More than just a story set Before the New 52, it’s the culmination of a year’s worth of mysteries for Supergirl readers. Here we learn the disturbing details of Kara’s departure from the planet Krypton; […]

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