Green Lanterns #23 review

It’s back to school for Jessica Cruz and Simon Baz as they’re summoned to Mogo for Green Lantern training. Simon has already had some lessons, so he’s on the advanced course. Jessica is well up for boosting her knowledge and fighting techniques, but after learning on the job with, first, the Justice League, then Simon, […]

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Legends of Tomorrow #6 review

It’s the final issue of Legends of Tomorrow and I’m happy to say the book goes out on a high. In order of appearance… The encounter between Firestorm and Multiplex concludes, with Martin and Ronnie forming the superhero and Jason equally awesome in his advisory role. The struggle to stop Multiplex wrecking reality with his quantum tinkering […]

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Legends of Tomorrow #3 review

Now here’s a treat, the third issue of DC’s 80pp giant collection of mini-series only a couple of weeks since the last one. I suppose the publisher wants to clear the decks for all the DC Rebirth titles; whatever the case, I’m delighted because this anthology book, with its mix of old characters and new […]

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Legends of Tomorrow #1 review

Behold the 80-page giant! A super-thick comic book featuring not a batch of reprints for 25 cents like in the Silver Age, but four new tales for $7.99. But given your average 20pp book costs $2.99 these days, if you enjoy more than two of these strips – originally intended as separate mini-series – that’s […]

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Convergence #8 review

Soooo, most comics I look at, I tend to give a précis of events. Here, such an attempt wouldn’t make much sense because, well, the story doesn’t make much sense. It’s a decidedly jumpy journey to a rather happy destination.  But just to give the overall picture, we have the heroes of various DC realities […]

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Superboy #12 review

Dragged out for a night on the town by new landlady Dallas Sorrentino, Superboy meets her posse and finds he doesn’t like alcohol. He likes the thugs who threaten Dallas even less. And as for their boss, moneylender Kavi is a full-on devil woman, bewitching the Clone of Steel with her mind powers. She’s not […]

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Earth 2 #4 review

Five years ago, soldier Al Pratt was caught in an atomic weaponry experiment. Today, he’s the secret hero of Earth 2’s World Army and about to go public. The Rot champion, Grundy, is destroying the world’s ecosystem and the Atom plans to stop him. Before he gets to Washington, Hawkgirl and the Flash are on […]

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