Justice League of America #1 review

Batman and Vixen are patrolling Gotham, with literal super-model Mari McCabe demonstrating that the only animal she’s not down with is bull.  Black Canary and the Ray are helping victims of a blaze. Lobo is beating up Atlantean fire trolls. And Atom and Killer Frost? They’re discussing the finer points of superhero nomenclature while trying […]

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Superman #16 review

Superman has allowed himself to be captured by the monstrous villain known as Prophecy. As it turns out, in his own mind, Prophecy is a good guy.  Superman’s not convinced, given he’s had his powers drained and is tossed into a big hole where previously defeated Supermen are being forced to dig their own graves. […]

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Justice League #23 review

Answers – this book has them by the bucketload. There’s the story of Secret Society organiser The Outsider. The revelation of a traitor within the Leagues. What’s been poisoning Superman. The truth behind Dr Light’s death. And best of all, the true nature of Pandora’s Box. All of which makes this issue sound like Exposition […]

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Supergirl #22 review

Last issue, Supergirl fled into deep space, having accepted the idea that Kryptonite poisoning was going to kill her. Enticed to the world of I’noxia, she found a place that could be reshaped by her memories. Then she met a horrific figure, someone who looked like her cousin, but with limbs replaced by sinister technology. […]

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Justice League #22 review

It begins with a young woman asking tarot reader Madame Xanadu to explain a dream she’s been having. It ends with a good man dead and a war between heroes. And in between, lots of foreboding, as mysteries are dropped with the turn of a card … So here it is, the crossover more than […]

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