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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Supergirl #7 review

The big opening epic is over so Kara has some downtime. When you’re Supergirl, mind, downtime means trying to help one of your former antagonists. Namely Lar-On, the werewolf from Krypton. He’s in stasis after Supergirl stopped his dangerous rampage, triggered by his escaping the Phantom Zone, into which he’d been projected by Kara’s father, […]

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Superwoman #3 review

Metropolis is under attack from the Atomic Skull. Lex Luthor is under attack from his sister. Metropolis has Superwoman, Steel and Natasha Irons to defend it. Lex has no one… There’s a lot going on in Superwoman #3, but that’s what we’ve come to expect, as writer Phil Jimenez mines the Superman Legend for all […]

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Supergirl: Rebirth #1

Years ago, on Argo City, last outpost of the destroyed planet Krypton, Zor-El condemns fellow scientist Lar-On to the Phantom Zone. not because he’s a criminal, but because he’s a menace to himself and others… he’s a werewolf.  Today. Argo City is long dead but his daughter Kara, rocketed to Earth to escape the destruction […]

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Hyperion #1 review

Faster than a speeding bullet.  More powerful than a locomotive.  Etc. It’s Hyperion, Marvel’s original Superman homage – as it were – in his own series. And just as Superman once walked around the country, Hyperion’s off into the heartland of the USA to find himself. He’s unsure that the strongarm tactics of the latest […]

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