Superman #10 review

It had to happen. The son of Superman meets the spawn of Batman in World’s Smallest, paving the way for the upcoming Super Sons series starring Jon Kent and Damian Wayne, the latest Superboy and Robin.  Things start off quietly as Jon and best friend Kathy negotiate their school day. On the way home, Jon, […]

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Grayson #12 review

It’s fair to say this is the issue I’ve been waiting for, as Dick Grayson returns to Gotham City and lets his friends know he’s alive. Well, all except Bruce Wayne, who’s currently a new man, free of any memory of his life as Batman. That situation makes for a compelling opening scene as Dick, […]

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Grayson #1 review

Dick Grayson is on his first mission as Spyral’s Agent 37. Teamed with veteran Helena Bertinelli, he’s tasked with kidnapping a mule hosting a super-bomb from the Trans-Siberian Express. Dick’s acrobatic, stealth and fighting skills come in handy, but he finally resorts to Spyral’s ‘hypno’ techniques in a bid to succeed.After the horror that was […]

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Batman and Wonder Woman #30

Batman’s quest to rescue the stolen body of son Damian from Ra’s al-Ghul takes him to Paradise Island, where the League of Assassins’ head believes a Lazarus pit lies. Before he confronts Ra’s, however, Batman must get past man-hating Amazon Aleka … Until a few years ago, ‘man-hating Amazon’ wouldn’t have been a tautological phrase […]

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Batman and Red Robin #19 review

This issue features the biggest surprise so far in DC’s month of surprising gatefold covers, so pop off now if you don’t want to be spoiled. Still here? Then read on … The main thrust of this issue sees Batman, in the wake of Damian Wayne’s murder, in barking mad mode. Yes, he’s in a […]

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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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