Legends of Tomorrow #6 review

It’s the final issue of Legends of Tomorrow and I’m happy to say the book goes out on a high. In order of appearance… The encounter between Firestorm and Multiplex concludes, with Martin and Ronnie forming the superhero and Jason equally awesome in his advisory role. The struggle to stop Multiplex wrecking reality with his quantum tinkering […]

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Legends of Tomorrow #3 review

Now here’s a treat, the third issue of DC’s 80pp giant collection of mini-series only a couple of weeks since the last one. I suppose the publisher wants to clear the decks for all the DC Rebirth titles; whatever the case, I’m delighted because this anthology book, with its mix of old characters and new […]

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Legends of Tomorrow #1 review

Behold the 80-page giant! A super-thick comic book featuring not a batch of reprints for 25 cents like in the Silver Age, but four new tales for $7.99. But given your average 20pp book costs $2.99 these days, if you enjoy more than two of these strips – originally intended as separate mini-series – that’s […]

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Swamp Thing #1 review

A monster stalks the swamp. And another, less friendly freak creeps around the college. It’s Swamp Thing versus a zombie named Lazlo as the big green guy gets another series from DC. This latest run is a six-issue deal only, but as it’s by Swampy’s co-creator Len Wein and master of the dark art Kelley […]

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X-Men Gold #1 review

It’s the X-Men’s 50th anniversary year and Marvel have been celebrating by releasing umpteen new series … oh, hang on, that’s any old year for the X-Men. Ah well, here’s the most obvious marker I’ve come across, a double-sized comic featuring a gaggle of creators who made the X-Men great. Sadly, there’s no Dave Cockrum, […]

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