X-Men Gold #1 review

The war with the Inhumans behind them, the X-Men have moved to New York City. Literally moved the mansion to Central Park. The idea is that they’re no longer hiding from the rest of humanity, making it less likely they’ll be feared and hated. It also makes stopping the latest alien attack more convenient.  What […]

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Wonder Woman #1 review

Diana wants to learn the truth about her past, and needs help. She’s looking for it in the rainforest of Bwunda, but must fight her way past were-creatures before she can get it. Elsewhere, Etta Candy is overseeing Steve Trevor’s operation to intercept a warlord named Cadulo in the same region. Coincidence? The good: writer […]

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Wonder Woman: Rebirth #1 Review

We’ve all had days when we don’t know who we are anymore. But for Diana, this is the literal truth. A truth about falsehoods – she’s remembering conflicting stories about her past.  Was she made from clay? Or is she the daughter of Zeus.  How can she be god of war? What were the circumstances […]

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A-Force #1 review

It’s impossible to ignore the huge publicity this comic has generated for Marvel – I’m not sure why the pre-issue furore, it’s not like this is the first comic featuring an all-woman team. It’s not even the first from Marvel, with X-Men and Defenders series being the most recent.  It is, I suppose, the first […]

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Superman #39 review

Well, it’s taken a few issues, but Geoff Johns and John Romita Jr have come up with a Superman story that had me smiling from beginning to end.  Last issue saw our hero defeat super-creep Ulysses with a new manifestation of his heat vision that left him with no powers for a day. Then he […]

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