Doctor Fate #14 review

  New Dr Fate Khalid Nassour is tying up loose ends – a door into the realm of the dead, left open when he returned from the afterlife. A djinn having followed him through and tried to burn down New York, Khalid must make sure no more horrors enter our world. Guiding him – well, […]

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Dr Fate #12 review

Trouble is relative. New Dr Fate Khalid Nassour has died, come back to life and saved the world, but this is the scariest day of his life – he’s about to be thrown out of medical school for his continual absences. We know he’s not had a choice – when you’ve been drafted into a war between […]

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Black Canary #10 review

The Birds are back in town. Black Canary and Batgirl are hanging out, fighting bad guys and exploring mysteries in the best issue yet of Dinah’s soon-to-end series. It could be argued that as Black Canary is the name of Dinah’s band, as well as her codename, this is as much their book as hers, […]

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Superman #47 review

  Jimmy Olsen has been badly wounded as Superman fought the Sand Superman controlled by cyber-criminal Hordr_root. Former Hordr worker Condesa uses her machine-whispering power to get Jimmy to hospital as the underpowered Man of Steel battles on. And during the fight he admits something to himself.  With Jimmy set to recover, Superman can concentrate […]

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Dr Fate #5 review

Now there’s an eye-catching cover, the latest in a series by artist Sunny Liew. Inside Liew’s subject is less whimsical, but the art is just as worthy of your time. Working with writer Paul Levitz, Liew presents a consistent, compelling world for Dr Fate.  Or rather, worlds, as the book tends to move between the […]

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Black Canary #4 review

Dinah Drake’s bandmate, the enigmatic Ditto, has been kidnapped by Bo Maeve, the woman she replaced as singer. It’s ironic that Ditto is the source of Dinah’s bombastic sonic scream, as she’s apparently an elective mute, and painfully passive. If Dinah can’t find her friend, who knows what the insanely jealous Maeve will do.  Maeve and Ditto’s road trip makes […]

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