Vibe #6 review

OK. Vibe isn’t selling big numbers. That must stop, now. Because the sixth issue is once again one of the smartest, most fun superhero books available today. And it features one of the biggest scenes since DC rebooted its universe. Said scene involves the escape of a batch of prisoners from the Circus facility run […]

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Vibe #3 review

‘His greatest challenge …’ is Kid Flash, super-speedy Teen Titan and exile from the 31st century. Argus boss Amanda Waller sends Vibe after him on the pretext that Bart Allen is a bad guy: ‘We suspect this thief and arsonist may be a breacher,’ says Waller’s field chief, Dale Gunn. Gunn knows for a fact […]

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Vibe #1 review

DC’s ad campaign for this book has baffled me. ‘The unlikeliest hero’ proclaims the cover. ‘The League’s most unlikely member …’ yells the house ad. Yes, the original Vibe wasn’t a popular character when created for a 1980s JLA revamp – blame breakdancing and dodgy street slang. But that was the 1980s, and the character […]

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Legion Lost #12 review

Legion Lost nemesis Alastor has a new power – body-hopping. He spends this issue bouncing from member to member, stealing their knowledge, revealing their secrets and generally messing with their heads. Physically and mentally, he sets member against member. And when he’s not possessing Legionnaires he’s inhabiting members of the Meta-Marines, the enhanced humans sicced […]

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Legion Lost #10 review

The Legion Lost team get back to the future, but it’s a future too far. A time bubble liberated from their enemy, Harvest, takes the heroes a few years beyond 3012, where they find … no one. A catastrophe has devastated the Earth and the populace is nowhere to be seen. Legion Clubhouse provides no […]

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Legion Lost #7 review

Trapped 1,000 years in their past, seven members of the 31st Century’s Legion of Super-Heroes search for bio-terrorist Alastor. The trail brings them to New York, where Tellus gets involved with a young woman in need of a hero, and Timber Wolf alleviates the team’s need for cash. The woman needing help is car crash […]

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