World’s Finest #6 review

If the Batman’s daughter Huntress is smart enough to steal millions from Bruce Wayne, is it surprising that Batman’s son Robin can catch her out? Helena is appalled that this little snot is wearing ‘her’ colours and using ‘her’ name, whereas Damian is wondering why her fighting style is so familiar. Away from Gotham, Power […]

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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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Worlds’ Finest #1 review

Trapped on a world not their own, Supergirl and Robin take very different approaches to life. The former, Kara Zor-L, founds a hi-tech empire under the new name of Karen Starr in a bid to build her way back home. The latter, Helena Wayne, identity hops while fighting crime as urban legend the Huntress, believing […]

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My Greatest Adventure #1 review

Last year DC gave us the Weird Worlds anthology, six issues of great-looking, flighty fun. Here’s the sequel, with two of the three stars of that book back, while the irritating Lobo is, happily, gone. The first returnee is Garbage Man, the Swamp Man-Thing creation of artist-writer Aaron Lopresti (who provides this issue’s lovely cover). […]

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Weird Worlds #1 review

I thank DC for producing a new anthology comic, and with a title I remember from childhood, no less. In the Seventies, Weird Worlds ran for 10 issues and mainly featured the worlds of Edgar Rice Burroughs. Spotty distribution in the UK meant I never read a single issue. It’s easy to find any comic […]

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