Starfire #1 review

Starfire, princess of Tamaran, is trying to make a new life on Earth. She decides Key West in Florida could prove a suitable home, and asks local sheriff Stella for help. Starfire’s not well known in today’s DC Universe, so the law officer needs some convincing, but flight and a blazing hair trail do the […]

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Harley Quinn #12 review

It’s 2009 all over again. Harley Quinn graciously steps aside as Power Girl stars in the type of adventure typical of the deliriously delightful first year of her sorely missed series by Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Gray and Amanda Conner.  Peege first dropped in – literally – last issue, amnesiac and pretty much Harley’s plaything. This time, with […]

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Harley Quinn #0 review

Harley Quinn, erstwhile girlfriend of the Joker and current Suicide Squad member, is dreaming. Dreaming of the comic book she might have, and the artists who might draw her – who would best capture her mischievous magnificence? Tony Daniel? Becky Cloonan? Art Baltazar? Any one of the other 14 artists on this teaser for the […]

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All-Star Western #19 review

Here’s a DC New 52 book that really does deliver a ‘what the …?’ moment with its gatefold cover, as Jonah Hex comes face to face with Booster Gold. I’m just back at All-Star Western after some time away. I’ve always liked Jonah Hex, but his absorption into the Gotham City mythos wore away my […]

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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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