Action Comics #987 review

This is the one you’ve been waiting for! It’s an old comic book cover line, usually sheer hype. This, though, is the one we’ve been waiting for, the beginning of the storyline unveiling the identity of Mr Oz. The mysterious manipulator who’s been behind the scenes since DC Rebirth began stands revealed this issue.  Yes, […]

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X-Men Gold #1 review

The war with the Inhumans behind them, the X-Men have moved to New York City. Literally moved the mansion to Central Park. The idea is that they’re no longer hiding from the rest of humanity, making it less likely they’ll be feared and hated. It also makes stopping the latest alien attack more convenient.  What […]

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Justice League United #10 review

With the threat of Infinitus over, Justice League United and the Legion of Super-Heroes have just one small matter to tie up – the black hole Brainiac 5 created while trying to save the day. Now it threatens to not only pull the heroes in, but to absorb the entire world of Thanagar. Brainy needs […]

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Justice League United #9 review

Ultra the Multi-Alien is transforming into the terrible god Infinitus, putting all of space and time at risk. The members of Justice League United and the Legion of Super-Heroes struggle to hold back his demonic heralds while Supergirl bids to stop Ultra’s change on the other end of a space hole. But in order to […]

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Justice League United #8 review

Andrew Robinson’s cover is impressive, like something from DC’s long-ago Hawkworld series. I’d rather have had a Legion cover, as they’re the stars this time, but a lot of people like Hawkman looking ‘kick-ass’ (I’m so tired of that term) so hopefully a few casual fans will pick this book up.  When we left Justice […]

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Justice League United #7 review

We’re halfway through the five-part Infinitus Saga, teaming Justice League United with the Legion of Super-Heroes. After an initial sortie, interstellar baddie Byth and his Cadre henchmen escape with the child Ultra, whose cosmic destiny is, it seems, to become a being named Infinitus and destroy the 31st century. Oops. Byth’s plan involves seeding a space rift […]

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