The war between Earth and Apokolips rages. Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman enact a desperate plan to save the world from Steppenwolf’s Parademons, but the price is high. And when the dust clears, the only heroes around to welcome a new dawn are Robin and Supergirl. And them not for long … … five years […]Read More Earth 2 #1 review
The action is on two fronts as Mr Terrific learns who’s behind his incredible shrinking intellect, while the rest of the JSA bring in specialists to discover what’s beyond the secret door under Monument Point. The news is bad for Terrific as he learns that the stranger who nobbled his noggin is dead, a suicide. […]Read More Justice Society of America #52 review
It’s a quiet day at the All-Stars ranch when a gaudily garbed stranger appears among them, claiming to be a member. What’s more, The Prince announces to Judomaster that she’s his wife – or was, before reality changed. The Prince is, he says, the son of Regent, the world’s greatest hero, who once led the […]Read More JSA: All-Stars #17 review
It’s been a long few months, waiting for the story that went with this cover. When it was solicited by DC I could barely type for laughing. Alan Scott’s new Green Lantern look is noted within the tale, the conclusion to Supertown, but incredibly, not one character tells Alan that he looks ridiculous. I get that […]Read More Justice Society of America #49 review
Part three of the Supertown story sees a new player show up – the delightfully named Dr Chaos. He steps off a train, full of light-hearted banter, but when we see what he’s left on the vehicle – carriages full of corpses – it’s obvious he’s no joke. The JSA are trying to put the […]Read More Justice Society of America #46 review
I’ve been a vocal supporter of the new JSA run by Mark Guggenheim and Scott Kolins, but I really do have to point at the upcoming cover for for March’s issue #49 and jeer a little. Alan Scott takes his Green Lantern title too literally. The man looks like a flying coal scuttle …Read More Oh. My. Lord.
Is there any buzz about this book yet? Because there should be. The new creative team of Mark Guggenheim and Scott Kolins came on board last issue and immediately changed the feel of the title. Out went the endless hero vs villain crowd scenes, in came a tighter team, allowing for more satisfying action and […]Read More Justice Society of America #45 review