Superman #29 review

A small boy, Zee, is playing the DCU version of Pokemon Go. It doesn’t end well.  And he’s just the first. For two weeks, one child goes missing nightly. Superman is trying to help in both his identities.  Elsewhere, Zee has reappeared. But it’s no longer Pokemon he’s hunting.  Later, Superman is doing detective work.  […]

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Legends of Tomorrow #6 review

It’s the final issue of Legends of Tomorrow and I’m happy to say the book goes out on a high. In order of appearance… The encounter between Firestorm and Multiplex concludes, with Martin and Ronnie forming the superhero and Jason equally awesome in his advisory role. The struggle to stop Multiplex wrecking reality with his quantum tinkering […]

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Justice League United #15 review

It’s not the war to end all wars. It’s the never-ending battle – a time loop of overlapping conflicts which has trapped Easy Company, the Creature Commandos, Omac, Enemy Ace and hundreds of ordinary fighting men on all sides. Can Justice League United – Stargirl, Robotman, Steel, Batgirl and Vandal Savage – save the day, […]

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Justice League United #13 review

The new Justice League Unlimited undertakes its second mission, gathering a fresh team to shut down an anomaly in France. Alanna Strange, Equinox, Animal Man and Stargirl recruit Batgirl, Steel, Robotman and Vandal Savage to enter a zone where time is in chaos, and wars past and future are being fought simultaneously. The motley crew […]

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Forever Evil: ARGUS #3 review

Set during the Forever Evil event, this mini-series follows agent of ARGUS Steve Trevor as he tries to protect a world without Justice Leagues from the Crime Syndicate of Earth 3. Figuring that his best bet is to free the heroes from wherever they’ve been imprisoned, Steve makes a deal with the Morai – the […]

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The Phantom Stranger #4 review

The witty cover from illustrator Jae Lee and colourist June Chung says it all. The Phantom Stranger is dragged unwillingly into the murky business of Justice League Dark. On the coat-tails of John Constantine, no less. And all he wanted to do was get through a tedious shopping trip with his wife (click on image […]

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Team Seven #0 review

It’s the DC Universe of five years ago. World governments are noting the emergence of superheroes and villains, and have identified the metagene that means more are coming. Believing a superhuman arms race has begun, they put together Team Seven from a motley bunch of agents and outsiders. This debut issue quickly finds a formula […]

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