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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Super Sons #6 review

Damian Wayne is a busy kid. If he’s not out with (don’t call him) his best pal Jon Kent, he’s annoying his Teen Titans team. He gets to do both this issue. First, it’s patrol with Superboy or, as Robin calls it, training. We see their different approaches to life.  Then, when the Teen Titans […]

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Super Sons #5 review

Damian Wayne and Jon Kent triumphed in their first big adventure together, beating the deadly Kid Amazon. And now they’re grounded. Batman, Superman and Lois may be proud of their super-sons but they’re little kids – should they really be shooting off on their own, annoying the likes of Lex Luthor? So Damian is in […]

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Super Sons #2 review

Superboy and Robin have some ‘splainin’ to do. They’ve been caught trying to break into Lexcorp by the man who would be Superman himself, Lex Luthor.  Of course, Robin has a plan I didn’t say it was a nice plan. This is not the way to stoke the fires of a burgeoning friendship. Still, it […]

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Super Sons #1 review,

It’s just another school day for Jon. He stands up for a kid being bullied and for his trouble becomes the target of an especially rough snowball fight. He could win this one easily, he has super strength and heat vision… but he has a secret identity to protect and more importantly, he doesn’t want […]

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Superman Unchained #9 review

An alien armada is fast approaching Earth, one so powerful there may be only thing that could stop them – the death of Superman. Lex Luthor has given the Man of Steel a vial of solar fuel which, when injected in the vicinity of the invasion force, will make him explode with unimaginable power. Batman […]

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Secret Origins #2 review

Last month Superman had the cover, this time it’s Batman, next month it’s Wonder … er, Green Lantern. So much for my theory that DC’s traditional Big Three were the opening acts for this origin anthology. Not to worry, the images we are getting are certainly winners, though I’d prefer group shots including the other […]

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