Uncanny Avengers #26 review

The Secret Empire having been crushed, the Unity team of Avengers and X-Men would like to catch a breath, but there’s tension in the air. Wanda, the Scarlet Witch, had been possessed by the Demon Chthon – not for the first time – and fought on the side of an evil Captain America. Her brother […]

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Teen Titans Annual #3 review

It’s a few months since I read the New 52 Teen Titans, but this annual closes out the current series and I do like to see how a run ends. I was immediately intrigued by the appearance of creepy insect queen Skitter, who vanished from the series early on and was apparently forgotten.It seems she came back […]

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Action Comics #27 review

                                                         Last time, Superman rescued Lana Lang and her engineering colleagues from a raging beastie which emerged from a hole in South America. He let everyone think he’d […]

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Superboy #20 review

Like this week’s Suicide Squad, the 20th issue of Superboy features a new writer. Justin Jordan jumps on board to continue the Dr Psycho story from two issues back that was so rudely interrupted by … no, I don’t want to talk about it. The best thing that happens this time is that Superboy heads […]

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Superboy #19 review

The best superhero origins can be expressed in a sentence. Superman – rocketed to Earth from the exploding planet Krypton. Spider-Man – teenager bitten by a radioactive spider gains amazing powers. Superboy – clone created from the genetic material of  the present day Superman, Lois Lane and an unknown donor by a time travelling madman […]

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Superboy #9 review

Captured by bad guy Harvest to fight in his gladiatorial games, Superboy, the Teen Titans and the Legion Lost crew join forces against lackeys the Ravagers. So Part 2 of The Culling crossover is pretty much like Part 1 in last week’s Teen Titans Annual #1 – young metahumans making war, making friends and making like dead […]

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