Superboy #33 review

Apparently tasked with closing out this Superboy run by cleaning up the mess made by following a rotten concept (Superboy as conflicted living weapon) with a worse one (a replacement Superboy who’s an out and out killer), Aaron Kuder has fun. In short, killer Superboy Jon has been confronted by conflicted Superboy Kon at NOWHERE, […]

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Superboy #30 review

Superboy gets another new creative team in the shape of writer Aaron Kuder and artist Jorge Jimenez Moreno and that’s the only reason I’m back buying this frustrating series. Kuder – currently wowing fans with his art on Superman over in Action Comics – showed promise as a writer with last year’s Parasite special. And […]

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Stormwatch #30 review

It’s a day in the life of Stormwatch. The real Stormwatch, the team who bumped the first New 52 version out of continuity having been themselves despatched. Where, I don’t know, as I jumped off the book around the time they arrived with writer Jim Starlin. Throwing out the entire cast of an under-performing book […]

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Superboy #24 review

Psycho Pirate has revealed himself to Superboy as the man behind the weird goings on at a city school. His Medusa Mask gives him enough power to keep Superboy calm while he explains that Kon’s new friend, Dr Psycho, has been using him, getting close enough to tap into his psi powers and begin taking […]

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Superboy #23 review

Superboy and Dr Psycho are investigating a school where an unknown psychic is driving people crazy. As we join our hero, he’s being attacked by the entire student body, apparently made over into monsters. Even trusty pal Krypto is affected, with the Superdog crazed and on the attack. But Superboy finds a way to turn […]

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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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