Convergence: Wonder Woman #1 review

Wonder Woman is living with longtime beau Steve Trevor under the Gotham dome erected by Brainiac. She’s without her Amazon powers, but isn’t powerless – she’s helping the city’s poorest alongside best pal Etta Candy. Unfortunately, Etta has fallen under the influence of a warped Christian cult who believe angels are coming to undo the […]

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Convergence: Superman #1

They’ve been stuck under an impenetrable, power-dampening dome for a year, but are Superman and Lois Lane downhearted? Are they heck? Clark is on the streets doing his best to fight crime like a minor league Batman, while Lois is his lo-tech Oracle, at his side every step of the way.  Knowing Lois, she’d be […]

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Superman #39 review

Well, it’s taken a few issues, but Geoff Johns and John Romita Jr have come up with a Superman story that had me smiling from beginning to end.  Last issue saw our hero defeat super-creep Ulysses with a new manifestation of his heat vision that left him with no powers for a day. Then he […]

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Superman #38 review

This is the issue I’ve been waiting for. DC teased that Superman was getting a new super-costume. Then they let us know he was getting a new super power. But they kept the issue’s real Big Moment under their hat.  Finally … Ulysses gets a haircut. The lank, blond locks are incinerated as Superman’s new […]

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Superman #37 review

I always knew Ulysses was a stinker. Part five of the Men of Tomorrow story sees him admit to Superman that he doesn’t want to save millions of discontented Earth people by transporting them to his adopted planet – he wants to feed them to his world’s core, as fuel. His captive, Superman, is horrified, […]

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Superman #32 review

And here it is, the much-hyped debut of the new Superman creative team. The wraparound cover sends the message that writer Geoff Johns and penciller John Romita Jr are out to inject energy into this book. While the image-to-image chest symbol blurring doesn’t come off, stopping after the first few Superman figures, and his calves […]

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Batman #28 review

A young woman walks the streets of Gotham. Harper Row is alone and scared, but determined. Determined to meet the city’s new kingpin of crime. Soon, she attracts the attention of Gotham’s enforcers, and gets herself ushered into ‘the only nightclub left in New Gotham’.                     […]

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