The Flash #22 review

It’s a race against time as the Flash and Batman bid to solve the mystery of the smiley face button which appeared in the Batcave. Using a Cosmic Treadmill to traverse the timestream, they’ve encountered the ever-evil Reverse-Flash. Last time they saw him, a few minutes ago in their personal perception of time, he was […]

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Superman #23 review

As a curious, angry Lois is telekinetically kept at bay by neighbour turned antagonist Cobb Branden, Superman examines the prison tubes containing Batman, Robin, Frankenstein and more. Lois assumes, reasonably, that Cobb is a villain, but he disagrees.  Lois fights back with her Bat-gauntlet, angering Cobb and bringing a very angry Superman to the scene, […]

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Superwoman #10 review

Lana Lang is fighting… someone. We can see the arms, and readers of Superman past with particularly sharp visual recall might recognise the villain as Skyhook, a monster who stole children from the streets of Metropolis.  Flash back several years and Natasha, niece of Lana’s boyfriend John Henry Irons, gets herself home after her no-good […]

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Action Comics #979 review

Clark and Lois are in the market for a property. Now they’re both back at the Daily Planet a long commute to Hamilton makes no sense, says Lois. So they’re looking at a duplex – top-floor, so Superman can better fly off on business – and hoping son Jon won’t be too upset about moving […]

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The Flash #21 review

The Reverse-Flash, Professor Zoom, is dead. Batman, savagely beaten by him, is recovering. And the Fastest CSI Alive is on the case.  Finding his own energy signature all over Zoom’s corpse, Barry fears that perhaps he’s Zoom’s killer, at some point yet to come.  In Bruce Wayne’s bedroom, the heroes discuss Zoom’s claim, before he […]

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Superwoman #9 review

After Superman Reborn,  here’s Lana Lang Reborn – the super-powers she recently gained were killing her but at the start of this issue, she’s healthy once more. Spat out of the Kryptonian warsuit that was keeping her alive, covered in cosmic-amniotic fluid, she’s a little dazed.  As she regains her composure, Superman’s all-purpose robot, Kelex, […]

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Superwoman #7 review

The battle for Metropolis is approaching its climax. Lena Luthor has taken over the city, subjugated its citizens and plans to invade the Phantom Zone. Desperately trying to to stop her are Lana, Ghost Lois, Traci, Natasha, Steel, Lex, Bizaress, Nadidah, Ed, Kryptonite Man, Atomic Skull, Mercy, Maggie Sawyer… …and that’s one of the problems […]

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Action Comics #971 review

Superman is convinced. L’Call the Godslayer and partner Zade have shown the Man of Steel visions of a future in which Lex Luthor is the new Darkseid. He agrees that Lex must die, that millions might live. He agrees to deliver the killing blow if they hand him the ceremonial sword.  I think we all […]

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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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