Cyborg: Rebirth #1 review

It’s only a couple of years since we saw the New 52 origin of Cyborg, but here it is again as the new creative team of John Semper Jr and Paul Pelletier give us a new spin on Victor Stone.  The story is rather neat – Cyborg must try to stop a nanite ogre breaking […]

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Aquaman #49 review

Remember fun, Arthur asks Mera?  I do, and it’s back with Aquaman #49, the first issue written by Dan Abnett. The story alternates scenes of Arthur and Mera talking about their future, with rather unnerving vignettes across the US.   The conversation is split over a few days, beginning with the couple enjoying a breather […]

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Klarion #1 review

Created by Jack Kirby, Klarion is a young warlock from the other dimensional realm of Witch-World. This debut issue sees him travel to a multiversal New York where he gets a job as a cook at the Moody Museum, said to be a haven for wizards on the downlow. Soon he’s befriended teenage oddballs Rasp […]

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Batwoman #25 review

Several years ago, it was lights out in Gotham when the Riddler pulled the plug on the power grid. Home from military academy for the funeral of her Uncle Phillip, Kate Kane refuses her dad’s request to stay home and let someone else be the hero. She sneaks into the city on a ‘borrowed’ motorbike […]

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Supergirl #24 review

When we last saw Supergirl, she was dead, her flesh stolen by the Cyborg Superman in his bid to learn who he once was. And the answer? Kara’s presumed dead father, Zor-El. This issue opens with the revelation that Kara’s consciousness survives, having joined the I’noxian planetary collective. She’s manifesting as a child version of […]

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Supergirl #23 review

Supergirl is besieged by her memories, brought to life by the shape-shifting I’noxians. Her cousin, the Justice League, the Worldkillers, Silver Banshee, Tycho, Superboy, H’el .. they’re attacking her physically and mentally. And while she knows they’re not the genuine article, they can hurt her both ways. Finally, the assault stops and the creature behind […]

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Legion of Super-Heroes #16 review

It’s Shrinking Violet and Chameleon Boy vs Validus as the search for the new Fatal Five continues. The pair visit prison planet Takron Galtos with colleague Lightning Lass to see if the giant with mental lightning really is still imprisoned in impregnable inertron, or if there’s been a bait and switch. Back on Earth, the […]

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