New Super-Man #1 review

In Shanghai, a youth chases another down the street. Bully and victim. So it’s a surprise when, a little later on, the bad boy saves the timid teen from a supervillain.  Kenan Kong isn’t all bad. His better instincts take over when victim Luo Lixin is in proper danger, and while he’s soon back to […]

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Superman #49 review

The battle with Vandal Savage goes on. It feels like it’s been going on all my life. And maybe a few lifetimes prior to that.  But with this issue, it really feels like things are wrapping up. Superman and Wonder Woman are joined by Metallo, the Man With the Kryptonite Heart, as the latest twist […]

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Superman #47 review

  Jimmy Olsen has been badly wounded as Superman fought the Sand Superman controlled by cyber-criminal Hordr_root. Former Hordr worker Condesa uses her machine-whispering power to get Jimmy to hospital as the underpowered Man of Steel battles on. And during the fight he admits something to himself.  With Jimmy set to recover, Superman can concentrate […]

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Superman #46 review

To get the obvious out of the way first, I want Truth to be over. I want Superman back in costume, powered up and living secretly as Clark Kent, playing well with his full supporting cast. I want Lois and Clark relations normalised. I want Perry White to reclaim his life from whoever the heck […]

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Superman #45 review

Clark Kent uses his skills as an investigative reporter to learn how computer crook Hordr_root fits into the apparent conspiracy against him. He’s lost his secret identity, been attacked from every quarter – it’s time to turn the tables, become the party with information, and the power.  This issue a meeting with former Hordr worker […]

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Superman #44 review

The secret is out and the villains are coming home to roost. Clark Kent’s Clinton Street is where the latest version of the Royal Flush Gang ambushes him. They’re gambling that he’s strong enough to squeeze coal into diamonds for them, but weak enough to have to do as they say.  As it turns out, […]

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Superman #43 review

Superman wakes up in Lois Lane’s apartment to find he’s been asleep for more than a day. He’s more concerned about being seen naked by Lois, Jimmy and Condesa than the fact he’s being blackmailed by the latter’s supposedly former boss, computer criminal Hordr. Obviously, Lois’ place is hardly shielded against a crook with all […]

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