Harley Quinn #12 review

It’s 2009 all over again. Harley Quinn graciously steps aside as Power Girl stars in the type of adventure typical of the deliriously delightful first year of her sorely missed series by Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Gray and Amanda Conner.  Peege first dropped in – literally – last issue, amnesiac and pretty much Harley’s plaything. This time, with […]

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Supergirl #20 review

If there’s one fact that’s been rammed home again and again recently, it’s that Kryptonians don’t like clones. So Supergirl and Power Girl have a fight on their hands when the Kryptonian artificial intelligence that controls Kara’s undersea Sanctuary decides one of them is a clone and has to die. It’s tough to argue with […]

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Supergirl #19 review

After last month’s unexplained absence, regular Supergirl writer Mike Johnson is back and doesn’t miss a beat, picking up from Frank Hannah’s issue. That ended with Kara, poisoned by green Kryptonite during the H’el conflict, being carted off by the US military after a tussle with a villainous lava lass. As we rejoin Supergirl, she’s […]

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World’s Finest #6 review

If the Batman’s daughter Huntress is smart enough to steal millions from Bruce Wayne, is it surprising that Batman’s son Robin can catch her out? Helena is appalled that this little snot is wearing ‘her’ colours and using ‘her’ name, whereas Damian is wondering why her fighting style is so familiar. Away from Gotham, Power […]

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World’s Finest #0 review

In the first issue of Earth 2 we saw how Supergirl and Robin were bumped from their own world to Earth 1, where they refashioned themselves into Power Girl and the Huntress. Here, as part of DC’s zero month, we see their earliest days as crimefighters, and how they met. I enjoyed this from beginning to end, […]

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