Teen Titans #6 review

The big deal this issue is the addition of new Aqualad Jackson Hyde to the book. He’s front and centre on the main cover by penciller Khoi Pham and colourist Jim Charalamipidis. He shares the spotlight on Chris Burnham and Nathan Fairbairn’s variant with Starfire. And the story officially starts, with the title and credits, […]

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Nightwing Rebirth #1 review

This latest DC Rebirth one-off isn’t what I expected, but it’s precisely what it should be. I expected Dick back as Nightwing from the get-go, his Grayson adventure behind him, off to the land of entertaining footnotes. But that’s not what writer Tim Seeley and artist Yanick Paquette give us – this is a smart […]

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Batman/Superman #32 review

That’s more like it. After last week’s enjoyment blip in the Final Days of Superman storyline, this issue sees things back on an even keel. Sure, Superman and Wonder Woman are still soppier than I’d like as the book opens, but with Batman playing gooseberry, they concentrate on business  And the business is tracking the pseudo-Superman who […]

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Batman/Superman #31 review

A dying Superman wants to say his goodbyes, and ensure his work carries on. So it’s off to Gotham for something of a twofer – tell Batman what’s up, and ask the world’s greatest detective for help in finding Supergirl.  He arrives to find Batman in a scrap with a bunch of minor villains and […]

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Batman/Superman #29 review

The World’s Finest heroes are on the moon, trying to learn who murdered a giant space explorer. Alien assassin Lobo is watching them, his interest unknown. A second giant arrives, this one alive, and the pair surmise it’s the father of the female corpse. Green Lantern tech ‘borrowed’ by Batman allows Superman to communicate with […]

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