Secret Origins Podcast

You may already be a listener of Ryan Daly’s weekly Secret Origins podcast, in which DC’s Eighties series is looked at by our host and a guest. This week I was lucky enough to be invited to talk Legion with Ryan, while Gene Hendricks of The Hammer Strikes! blog drops by to look at the […]

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Justice League United #10 review

With the threat of Infinitus over, Justice League United and the Legion of Super-Heroes have just one small matter to tie up – the black hole Brainiac 5 created while trying to save the day. Now it threatens to not only pull the heroes in, but to absorb the entire world of Thanagar. Brainy needs […]

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Justice League United #8 review

Andrew Robinson’s cover is impressive, like something from DC’s long-ago Hawkworld series. I’d rather have had a Legion cover, as they’re the stars this time, but a lot of people like Hawkman looking ‘kick-ass’ (I’m so tired of that term) so hopefully a few casual fans will pick this book up.  When we left Justice […]

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Justice League United #7 review

We’re halfway through the five-part Infinitus Saga, teaming Justice League United with the Legion of Super-Heroes. After an initial sortie, interstellar baddie Byth and his Cadre henchmen escape with the child Ultra, whose cosmic destiny is, it seems, to become a being named Infinitus and destroy the 31st century. Oops. Byth’s plan involves seeding a space rift […]

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Justice League United #5 review

The new Justice League United team has scored its first victory, rescuing the space child, Ultra, from an intergalactic war. But a price was paid – Hawkman died.So who’s activated his transmitter from across space? The question has Animal Man, Stargirl, Supergirl and Green Arrow racing to a bounty hunter’s den, courtesy of Sardath’s zeta […]

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Superboy #28 review

Sometimes it’s hard to be a Legion of Super-Heroes fan, grabbing onto every comic with the smallest link to the 31st-Century’s greatest super-team. Hence I had to buy another issue of the pretty appalling Superboy series. Look at that cover – is this a new Legion of Super-Villains in the future currently being visited by […]

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