The Green Team #1 review

In an abandoned Manhattan warehouse, the world’s richest teens gather. They’re at a ‘poxpo’ – a pop-up expo – at which inventors with lunatic, potentially great ideas show them off. And if they impress organiser Commodore Murphy, they’ll get the money to develop the products into a marketable state – and perhaps seriously rich. But […]

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Teen Titans #8 review

The creature called Harvest sets his lackey Omen onto the Teen Titans in his efforts to corrupt them into joining his Ravagers. Omen has the ability to manifest a person’s worst fear, breaking mind and body. This brings revelations both external and internal – Red Robin fears turning into a literal red robin; Wonder Girl […]

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Superman #713 review

So last issue’s scheduled stop in Los Angeles, in which Superman teamed up with Muslim superhero Sharif, was pulled by DC, with one rumour saying it was because Superman rescued a cat from a tree. This issue, Superman rescues a cat from a roof. Make of that what you will. The Grounded storyline trudges towards the […]

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Superman #710 review

It’s been obvious for a few months that Chris Roberson knows how to write Superman. He’s been subtly, sharply, shifting the focus of Superman’s personality back to the heroic guy he’s always been, prior to J Michael Straczynski’s Grounded storyline. Now we see that he gets Batman too, as Bruce Wayne catches up with Superman in […]

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Superman #709 review

Superman and Flash races are like buses, you wait ages for one and then two come along at once. Last week’s Superboy #5 featured Conner Kent and Bart Allen racing around the world, and here we have their elders; Superman and Barry Allen, matching their speed against one another. It’s not a case of bad […]

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Superboy #5 review

That is one beautiful cover, courtesy of penciller Eddy Barrows, inker JP Mayer and colourist Jamie Grant – dynamic, vibrant, not just another variation on the traditional Superman/Flash race … surely it’s sold a few extra copies of this issue. I hope so, as Superboy’s new solo title deserves to pile on readers. There’s a […]

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