Superman #23 review

As a curious, angry Lois is telekinetically kept at bay by neighbour turned antagonist Cobb Branden, Superman examines the prison tubes containing Batman, Robin, Frankenstein and more. Lois assumes, reasonably, that Cobb is a villain, but he disagrees.  Lois fights back with her Bat-gauntlet, angering Cobb and bringing a very angry Superman to the scene, […]

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Superman #21 review

Jon Kent and Damian Wayne wake up to learn Batman is missing. He left while the kids, Clark and Lois were sleeping, determined to find a connection between the milk of neighbour Cobb Branden’s cow, Bessie, and Jon’s super-arrested development. Before they can go and investigate, who should come calling but Cobb himself, and his […]

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Action Comics #976 review

Ever read a comic that goes exactly where you expect it to… and you couldn’t be happier? That’s me and Action Comics #576, which wraps up the Superman Reborn story arc and along with it, the short, rollercoaster lives of the New 52 Superman and Lois Lane.  But they’re not gone – the Lois and Clark […]

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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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Superman #14 review

The Russian Superman from Earth 30, the Red Son, appears in front of our All-American Boy and asks for help. He’s being pursued by the Gatherers, terrifying monsters who want to consume him on behalf of someone known as Prophecy. And It’s not just him they’re after – they want to consume Supermen from throughout the […]

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Superman #9 review

Superman, Superboy and Superdog have been teleported to Dinosaur Island by a Mother Box-alike that began life as Jon’s science project. But it’s gone missing, and after a spot of dino-punching, father, son and four-legged flying friend take a break in a cave.  But there’s someone else in there… It’s Captain Storm, one of the […]

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Superman #5 review

Superman wants to move his battle with the Eradicator away from the crowded streets of Metropolis. He also needs to ensure his wife Lois, and son Jonathan, are safe. There’s no time to both get his family someplace they aren’t in danger, and then find a battlefield.   So he takes them to the Moon. And into […]

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