Superman #21 review

Jon Kent and Damian Wayne wake up to learn Batman is missing. He left while the kids, Clark and Lois were sleeping, determined to find a connection between the milk of neighbour Cobb Branden’s cow, Bessie, and Jon’s super-arrested development. Before they can go and investigate, who should come calling but Cobb himself, and his […]

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Superman #20 review

It’s a lovely spring day in Hamilton County. Jon Kent is seeing if he can fly.  He can’t.  Clark Kent is causing people to,look up, up in the sky as Superman.   And Lois Lane Kent White Smith (long story) is getting used to being plain old Lois Lane Kent once more.  Back Indoors, the […]

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Superman #19 review

There’s a moment this issue which has Super Son Jon Kent, cast into limbo by Mr Mxyzptlk, seeming to fly. He doesn’t know if he actually is flying – an ability his developing Earth/Krypton physiology has so far denied him – or floating because there’s no reference point. Still, the scene jibes with my feelings as […]

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Action Comics #975 review

Superman and Lois are on the warpath. Their son, Jon, has been taken away by a strange light and they reckon there’s only one suspect – the Clark Kent doppleganger who’s been haunting them. Reaching his Metropolis apartment, they find him. And he’s angry.  So who is he? Someone who has magical powers, given his […]

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Superman #18 review

In a prison cell, somewhere, Tim Drake laughs.  But who did Mr Oz have locked up, who would be obsessed with Superman and have the power to  break out of a cosmic cell? Elsewhere, it’s Lois and Clark’s wedding anniversary, but there’s an uninvited guest.  The Clark Kent doppelgänger who recently tried to romance Lois […]

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Titans #7 review

The Titans have moved to New York. Manhattan, to be precise, due to Lilith psychically spotting the word in the mind of just-defeated nemesis Abra Kadabra. Knowing he’s from the future and obsessed with the Titans, they figure that’s where they need to be. So they’re building a headquarters and equipping themselves for action. With […]

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