Teen Titans Special #1 review

Damian Wayne’s USP is that he’s a bit of a dick – highly intelligent, but even more arrogant. I’ve defended him down the years as a wild card who can turn a story on its head, disrupting normally smooth-running relationships, injecting extra excitement.  This issue, though, he does something unforgivable.  Let’s work our way to […]

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Green Lanterns #23 review

It’s back to school for Jessica Cruz and Simon Baz as they’re summoned to Mogo for Green Lantern training. Simon has already had some lessons, so he’s on the advanced course. Jessica is well up for boosting her knowledge and fighting techniques, but after learning on the job with, first, the Justice League, then Simon, […]

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Titans #11 review

Years ago, young supervillain Grant Wilson, the Ravager, died while operating as an agent of the HIVE. His father Slade, aka Deathstroke the Terminator, blamed the Titans, who were fighting Grant at the time.  Today, the Titans are again fighting HIVE operatives.  At least they think they are. It turns out they’re imposters, hired to, […]

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Justice League United #2 review

The origin of the latest Justice League rattles along nicely, with answers gained as to what alien tech is doing hidden in the wilds of Canada, and the nature of Ultra the Multi-Alien. Plus, we finally catch up with the cold open of issue #0. Green Arrow, Stargirl, J’onn J’onnz and Animal Man meet Sardath, […]

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