Superman #21 review

Jon Kent and Damian Wayne wake up to learn Batman is missing. He left while the kids, Clark and Lois were sleeping, determined to find a connection between the milk of neighbour Cobb Branden’s cow, Bessie, and Jon’s super-arrested development. Before they can go and investigate, who should come calling but Cobb himself, and his […]

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Superman #20 review

It’s a lovely spring day in Hamilton County. Jon Kent is seeing if he can fly.  He can’t.  Clark Kent is causing people to,look up, up in the sky as Superman.   And Lois Lane Kent White Smith (long story) is getting used to being plain old Lois Lane Kent once more.  Back Indoors, the […]

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Superman #19 review

There’s a moment this issue which has Super Son Jon Kent, cast into limbo by Mr Mxyzptlk, seeming to fly. He doesn’t know if he actually is flying – an ability his developing Earth/Krypton physiology has so far denied him – or floating because there’s no reference point. Still, the scene jibes with my feelings as […]

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Superman #14 review

The Russian Superman from Earth 30, the Red Son, appears in front of our All-American Boy and asks for help. He’s being pursued by the Gatherers, terrifying monsters who want to consume him on behalf of someone known as Prophecy. And It’s not just him they’re after – they want to consume Supermen from throughout the […]

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Superman #11 review

The destinies of Jon Kent and Damian Wayne are entwined by the relationship of their fathers. But the kids known as Superboy and Robin haven’t been getting along, something Superman and Batman realise has to be rectified if they’re to be allies and, better yet, friends. So it’s boot camp, superhero style. The boys are dumped in […]

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Superman #10 review

It had to happen. The son of Superman meets the spawn of Batman in World’s Smallest, paving the way for the upcoming Super Sons series starring Jon Kent and Damian Wayne, the latest Superboy and Robin.  Things start off quietly as Jon and best friend Kathy negotiate their school day. On the way home, Jon, […]

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Superman #4 review

The Kryptonian horror known as the Eradicator has swallowed Krypto and the only thing stopping him doing something awful to young Jon Kent is his father. But Superman is taking a beating, as Jon and mother Lois watch in the Fortress of Solitude. Jon wants to help and Lois overcomes her natural instincts to keep […]

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