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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Action Comics #986 review

When last we met Superman and Lex Luthor, the latter was in position to kill the former, his mind taken over by the hi-tech head bugs of The Machinist. As a regular human, Lex is no physical threat to Superman, but in the Apokoliptian battle armour he’s been sporting while, seemingly, inspired by Superman towards […]

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Deathstroke #19 review

Deathstroke has become the Fastest Killer Alive and Wally West is on his trail. He’s also the chattiest, explaining to Wally, aka The Flash, the deal he made with Dick Grayson several years ago, one centred on his daughter Rose.  Here and now, Wally’s friends in the Titans, and the Teen Titans, try to stop the […]

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Superwoman #2 review

Superman is dead. Lois Lane is dead. And Lana Lang will soon be dead if she doesn’t use her new powers as Superwoman to survive the attack of not one, but two shape-changing Bizarros.  Lex Luthor, self-proclaimed true Superman of Metropolis, fails to rush to Lana’s side, his Apokolips-tinged power suit having been turned off […]

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Superwoman #1 review

A few months ago, when the New 52 Superman died, in a panel that didn’t call attention to it itself, his energy passed onto Lois Lane and Lana Lang. Anj from Supergirl Comic Box Commentary totally called it, as the kids say, and predicted it would lead to this Superwoman series. And here it is, […]

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Superman #52 review

It’s the conclusion of the Final Days of Superman story and no one could say this issue doesn’t live up to its title. The New 52 Superman saves his friends from the pseudo-Superman determined to steal his life. And the imposter does steal Superman’s life, but not in the way he intended – and he […]

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Superman: Lois and Clark #6 review

Everything’s coming home to roost as this mini-series heads towards its conclusion. Lois Lane has been writing books, anonymously, exposing Intergang – now the hi-tech hoods get their hands on her. Superman is heading to her rescue but is delayed by a TV company-created ‘super-villain’ who inadvertently puts the lives of hundreds of motorists at […]

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