Superwoman #3 review

Metropolis is under attack from the Atomic Skull. Lex Luthor is under attack from his sister. Metropolis has Superwoman, Steel and Natasha Irons to defend it. Lex has no one… There’s a lot going on in Superwoman #3, but that’s what we’ve come to expect, as writer Phil Jimenez mines the Superman Legend for all […]

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Superwoman #2 review

Superman is dead. Lois Lane is dead. And Lana Lang will soon be dead if she doesn’t use her new powers as Superwoman to survive the attack of not one, but two shape-changing Bizarros.  Lex Luthor, self-proclaimed true Superman of Metropolis, fails to rush to Lana’s side, his Apokolips-tinged power suit having been turned off […]

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Superwoman #1 review

A few months ago, when the New 52 Superman died, in a panel that didn’t call attention to it itself, his energy passed onto Lois Lane and Lana Lang. Anj from Supergirl Comic Box Commentary totally called it, as the kids say, and predicted it would lead to this Superwoman series. And here it is, […]

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DC Universe Rebirth #1 review

My name is Martin Gray. I’m the fastest blogger alive. Well, usually. An 80-page giant containing 62 pages of story takes a little longer to review than you average 32pp book. And DC Rebirth has so much story, so much to chew over.  The headline, of course, is that this comic by writer Geoff Johns […]

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Adventure Comics #524 review

Superman isn’t the only character grounded this week. Over in the 31st century, the new students at Legion Academy have some privileges revoked by instructor Duplicate Girl after a spot of tomfoolery last month. But Chemical Kid isn’t having it – credit card problems indicate that something’s not right with his father, so he grabs […]

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