Teen Titans: Futures End #1 review

The five-years-later set Futures End weekly has teased that something awful happened to the present day Teen Titans. Buy this in the hope or expectation of details and you’ll be disappointed. Pick it up with an open mind and you’ll get a fun tale of teenage heroes righting wrongs in an uncertain future. There’s a […]

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Superboy #23 review

Superboy and Dr Psycho are investigating a school where an unknown psychic is driving people crazy. As we join our hero, he’s being attacked by the entire student body, apparently made over into monsters. Even trusty pal Krypto is affected, with the Superdog crazed and on the attack. But Superboy finds a way to turn […]

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Katana #1 review

First off, I must declare a non-interest. I’ve never liked Katana. I found her obnoxious in the original Outsiders, equally unbearable in the team’s recent revamp and just plain unlikeable in the New 52 Birds of Prey book. It’s the last version who gets a shot at solo stardom in this new series, timed to […]

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Hawk and Dove #5 review

HAWK!DOVE!DONE! I think this will be my last issue. A big part of my jumping on this book, when it debuted as part of DC’s New 52 promotion, was the presence of Sterling Gates as writer. His Supergirl work showed a huge talent for story, plotting, action and characterisation. Interviews and the first couple of […]

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Hawk and Dove #4 review

We join Hawk and Dove soon after the events of last issue, as they interrogate the murderous Condor about their mutual connection. Along the way we’re filled in as to how the fight between the heroes, Condor and his ally Swan at the White House panned out, and learn that Deadman has a bigger part […]

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Hawk & Dove #2 review

While Hawk and Dove fight to keep Washington DC safe from Alexander Quirk’s Monsters of Mass Destruction, super-criminal Condor kills rival Osprey so his powers can turn a psycho into a Swan … … spotting a pattern? Yup, everyone’s a bird. And everyone has a variation on the same costume: Hawk and Dove, Condor and […]

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