Scooby Apocalypse #1 review

In Paris, a bespectacled young woman releases something sinister into the air. One year later, at the Blazing Man alternate culture festival, a TV reporter and her cameraman are looking for a way to boost ratings. Nearby, a shaggy young man and his massive Great Dane are taking a walk, and if said walk leads […]

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Justice League 3001 #12 review

The Justice League are fighting Eclipso and his Legion of Doom in a desperate bid to take back the universe from Lady Styx. Moments from the excellently choreographed battle alternate with key vignettes showing the relationship between twins Terri and Terry Magnus. We see how, little by little, the League is ditching the dysfunctional to […]

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Justice League 3001 #10 review

Supergirl is angry and taking it out on the lizard creatures she, Fire and Ice have found on the razed planet Bodhi. Fire joins in but Ice counsels caution and compassion – yes, the lizards threw a big rock at the Justice League members, but are they really the enemy?  The answer comes from an […]

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Justice League 3001 #9 review

Justice League 3001 has no future. It’s getting cancelled as DC Rebirth reshapes the DC line. This is rotten news, so let’s concentrate on something nice.  There’s a fresh issue of Justice League 3001! And it’s great.  Galactic dictator Lady Styx has a new lackey. She’s reshaped Cadmus clone co-creator Terry Magnus into a version […]

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Justice League 3001 #8 review

It’s 3001, do you know where your heroes are? Supergirl, Wonder Woman, Ice, Guy Gardner, Fire, the Flash and Batgirl are undercover on Takron Galtas, prison planet and seat of galactic dictator Lady Styx’s empire. Their Justice League teammates having been massacred by her massively powered lackeys, the Scullions, the survivors are keeping their heads […]

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Justice League 3001 #6 review

Having brought a Batman pretender before the sheriff of prison planet Takron-Galtos, the 31st-century’s genuine Caped Crusader wants to make her his ward… well, Tina Sung is an orphan, and you know how Batmen are when they sniff a possible sidekick. Particularly unimpressed with the idea is Supergirl; the original Kara Zor-El isn’t one for […]

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Justice League 3001 #4 review

It’s Flash vs Mirror Master in this offbeat issue of JL3001.  Well, ‘offbeat’ is likely a poor choice of word, as compared to most superhero books, every issue of the 31st-century Justice League book is entertainingly skewed. So let’s say it’s ‘different’ in being basically a solo story of Teri Magnus, scientist turned speedster. Imprinted with […]

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