Superman #30 review

Possessed by Parallax, Superman is confronted by Sinestro. Once partners, the leader of the Yellow Lanterns and the fear creature battle it out for Superman’s soul.  The Green Lantern-turned-villain, though, has back-up. Transported to the world of Qward by the lightning bolts of its warrior Weaponers, Superman is trussed up by Sinestro. He wants to […]

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Superman #29 review

A small boy, Zee, is playing the DCU version of Pokemon Go. It doesn’t end well.  And he’s just the first. For two weeks, one child goes missing nightly. Superman is trying to help in both his identities.  Elsewhere, Zee has reappeared. But it’s no longer Pokemon he’s hunting.  Later, Superman is doing detective work.  […]

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Superman # 28 review

The Kent family conclude their Independence Day trip around US heritage sites, giving and learning lessons and, finally, attempting to help a very patriotic family.  Specifically, they’re in Washington DC, starting with a trip to the Capitol Building, where the value of protests is noted.  Then it’s a visit to the Second World War Memorial, for […]

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Super Sons #6 review

Damian Wayne is a busy kid. If he’s not out with (don’t call him) his best pal Jon Kent, he’s annoying his Teen Titans team. He gets to do both this issue. First, it’s patrol with Superboy or, as Robin calls it, training. We see their different approaches to life.  Then, when the Teen Titans […]

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Superman #27 review

Back in the Seventies a sequence in DC’s Shazam comic had Billy Batson and Uncle Dudley travel the US in a motor home. Along the way they gave the readers history lessons. Sounds corny? It was, a little; it was also wonderful, as DC threw in a little book learning alongside the superheroics. And you […]

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Superman #26 review

Jon Kent has been through trials by fire. He’s found out his parents come from another Earth and his dad is Superman. He’s fought monsters both human and inhuman. He’s had his mind corrupted. He’s survived several team-ups with Damian Wayne. Truth be told, he’s getting a little cocky.  And when you’re overconfident, and don’t […]

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Super Sons #5 review

Damian Wayne and Jon Kent triumphed in their first big adventure together, beating the deadly Kid Amazon. And now they’re grounded. Batman, Superman and Lois may be proud of their super-sons but they’re little kids – should they really be shooting off on their own, annoying the likes of Lex Luthor? So Damian is in […]

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