Teen Titans #16 review

Longtime Teen Titans foe Mammoth has escaped from super-prison and he’s got a mad-on. Luckily, three Titans are on the scene and ready to round him up.  There’s an impressive display of teamwork, so you can understand why Starfire is confused afterwards, when it’s anything but Titans Together.  Feeling left out – and old – […]

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Raven #1 review

The Teen Titans have broken up and Raven’s going to school. She’s learned that she has an aunt and family in San Francisco and has been invited to stay with them. Having previously been ‘homeschooled’ in the interdimensional realm of Azarath, high school is alien to the daughter of the demonic Trigon. And everyone is […]

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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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Superboy #27 review

The big tease at the end of last issue was the reveal of a new version of the Legion of Super-Heroes. This issue? Not a sniff of Saturn Girl, Invisible Kid or the rest of the 30th century’s favourite super-teens. Instead we have, well … The voice in Jon Lane Kent’s head which has been […]

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Superboy #26 review

It’s Superboy #26, a comic I was determined not to buy, but you know how Santa is, leaving behind things he read on the way over from the North Pole. I didn’t want to support this decidedly uneven series any longer due to its replacing the lead character with a darker version. Kon El is […]

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Night Force #5 review

One of the most-ignored DC comics around, this is also one of the best, as Marv Wolfman and Tom Mandrake produce a horror story that never fails to grip. The seven-issue mini-series has the enigmatic Baron Winters gathering ordinary people to thwart an occult threat to the USA. That’s the idea, anyway. By the end […]

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