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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Justice League Rebirth #1 review

New York is being destroyed by a space cockroach. A bug so massive that the tiniest part of a tentacle can bring a skyscraper crashing to the ground.  It’s spewing forth mini-mes that attach themselves to humans and enslave them. And the Justice League really don’t know how to beat this thing – Cyborg tries […]

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Superman: Lois and Clark #6 review

Everything’s coming home to roost as this mini-series heads towards its conclusion. Lois Lane has been writing books, anonymously, exposing Intergang – now the hi-tech hoods get their hands on her. Superman is heading to her rescue but is delayed by a TV company-created ‘super-villain’ who inadvertently puts the lives of hundreds of motorists at […]

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Superman: Lois and Clark #4 review

It’s several years ago and Lois and Clark Kent are visiting the post-Flashpoint Metropolis for the first time. Clark is all about how much darker it is than the city they knew, but Lois has a different perspective.  Despite his beard, Lois being a brunette again and their being older than their counterparts on this world, the […]

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Superman: Lois and Clark #1 review

Lois, Clark and Jonathan are no ordinary family – mom and dad are refugees from another reality, while Junior is heir to an amazing heroic legacy … not that he knows it yet. For Lois and Clark haven’t told their young son that she was a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and he the greatest superhero on the […]

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Superman #43 review

Superman wakes up in Lois Lane’s apartment to find he’s been asleep for more than a day. He’s more concerned about being seen naked by Lois, Jimmy and Condesa than the fact he’s being blackmailed by the latter’s supposedly former boss, computer criminal Hordr. Obviously, Lois’ place is hardly shielded against a crook with all […]

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