Supergirl #13 review

Well, this issue proved to have more ramifications for Kara than expected.  Part three of the Girl of No Tomorrow story, it concludes the Fatal Five’s visit to National City. As we join her, Supergirl is fighting the Emerald Empress to protect the populace, but she has an image problem.  Outside the city confines, enemy […]

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Supergirl Annual #1 review

With great power comes great responsibility. That’s never been more true for Kara Zor-El than when her abilities are mysteriously boosted. With a super-sized Solomon Grundy attacking National City, she’s denied the opportunity to learn to work within her new limits.  Then, out of the blue, a self-proclaimed saviour arrives.  Elsewhere, we have two other […]

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Supergirl #12 review

Supergirl has been shot by Cat Grant. Or has she? Is Supergirl truly amped up, or has the purple ray actually taken away her adeptness at controlling her powers? Rather than get checked out by her scientist friend Dr Veritas, Kara decides to show up at school, for fear her constant absences will get her kicked […]

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Batman/Superman #29 review

The World’s Finest heroes are on the moon, trying to learn who murdered a giant space explorer. Alien assassin Lobo is watching them, his interest unknown. A second giant arrives, this one alive, and the pair surmise it’s the father of the female corpse. Green Lantern tech ‘borrowed’ by Batman allows Superman to communicate with […]

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Batman/Superman #28 review

There’s a giant on the moon. A dead giant. Superman needs Batman’s investigative skills to help solve the mystery, so goes to Gotham to find him. The Caped Crusader is in the middle of a fight with Clayface, so might be expected to be grateful for a super-hand.  Not so. And Batman doesn’t cheer up […]

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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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