Human Bomb #1 review

Former marine Mike Taylor has a recurring nightmare: he’s at the White House, receiving the Medal of Honor, when energy seeping from him blows everyone up. In his day job as a construction worker at Ground Zero, he’s idolised by colleagues, who are impressed that he’s due to meet the President in a couple of […]

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DC Universe Presents #8 review

Last issue ended with Challengers Prof Haley and Kenn Kawa killed by friend-turned-lunatic Ace Morgan, joining Clay Brody, offed in the first instalment of this three-part showcase. This time we find that Haley survived, learn that Ace’s body is actually possessed by someone called The Forgotten Lord and see two more Challs – Brenda Ruskin […]

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Weird Worlds #1 review

I thank DC for producing a new anthology comic, and with a title I remember from childhood, no less. In the Seventies, Weird Worlds ran for 10 issues and mainly featured the worlds of Edgar Rice Burroughs. Spotty distribution in the UK meant I never read a single issue. It’s easy to find any comic […]

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DC Universe: Legacies #6 review

There’s not an awful lot I want to say about the first story this month – it’s an equally fine continuation of (hover that cursor after these parentheses, too-subtle link ahoy!) last issue’s look at the Crisis on Infinite Earths epic, seen from the perspective of man on the street Paul Lincoln. It takes events forward […]

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