Cyborg: Rebirth #1 review

It’s only a couple of years since we saw the New 52 origin of Cyborg, but here it is again as the new creative team of John Semper Jr and Paul Pelletier give us a new spin on Victor Stone.  The story is rather neat – Cyborg must try to stop a nanite ogre breaking […]

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Justice League #51 review

Five years ago, Justice League was a very annoying comic. Bad-tempered heroes, sound and fury signifying nothing much…. Geoff Johns’s scripts improved as the New 52 period wore on, and we were pretty much at his JSA-best by the time he left with issue #50. Now here’s #51, a fill-in written by new DC contract […]

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Titans Hunt #8 review

And so it begins. And ends. Shortly after Titans Hunt began, apparently a sop to longtime fans, it was announced that it would herald the coming DC Rebirth linewide makeover. Which is rather neat, given that Titan Mal Duncan is once more in his old identity of Herald, and a key cog in the plan of […]

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Action Comics #51 review

Superman storms into the DEO headquarters in National City, where Supergirl is attached to a machine, unconscious. Waking, Kara isn’t too thrilled that she’s been ‘rescued’. It turns out she was there willingly, having been offered help when her powers began to fade in return for the occasional mission. Like Superman, she was a victim […]

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Justice League United #15 review

It’s not the war to end all wars. It’s the never-ending battle – a time loop of overlapping conflicts which has trapped Easy Company, the Creature Commandos, Omac, Enemy Ace and hundreds of ordinary fighting men on all sides. Can Justice League United – Stargirl, Robotman, Steel, Batgirl and Vandal Savage – save the day, […]

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Justice League United #13 review

The new Justice League Unlimited undertakes its second mission, gathering a fresh team to shut down an anomaly in France. Alanna Strange, Equinox, Animal Man and Stargirl recruit Batgirl, Steel, Robotman and Vandal Savage to enter a zone where time is in chaos, and wars past and future are being fought simultaneously. The motley crew […]

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Aquaman #38 review

Aquaman and Mera continue their investigation into the mysterious portal technology used by the ancient Atlanteans and related disappearance of his mother. The action this issue moves from Gorilla City to Polynesia to somewhere very, very far away, where an encounter with gigantic flame-spewing beasts presages a meeting that could change Aquaman’s life.  Look at them […]

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