Deathstroke #19 review

Deathstroke has become the Fastest Killer Alive and Wally West is on his trail. He’s also the chattiest, explaining to Wally, aka The Flash, the deal he made with Dick Grayson several years ago, one centred on his daughter Rose.  Here and now, Wally’s friends in the Titans, and the Teen Titans, try to stop the […]

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Wonder Woman: Rebirth #1 Review

We’ve all had days when we don’t know who we are anymore. But for Diana, this is the literal truth. A truth about falsehoods – she’s remembering conflicting stories about her past.  Was she made from clay? Or is she the daughter of Zeus.  How can she be god of war? What were the circumstances […]

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Bloodlines #1 review

Well, if Marvel can redo Secret Wars (twice!), DC can certainly bring back the Bloodlines concept. If you missed 1993, a) you’re young and I hate you, and b) it was an event which saw aliens ‘infect’ regular folk with super-powers. This brought us the likes of Anima, Argus, and Hitman – the breakout character […]

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Superman/Wonder Woman #20 review

Superman has burst into the White House, furious that the US Government has torn his hometown apart in the wake of his other life as Clark Kent being revealed to the world. The authorities have kidnapped his Daily Planet colleagues and Smallville neighbours. Wonder Woman isn’t going to let them stay behind bars. And the […]

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Aquaman #38 review

Aquaman and Mera continue their investigation into the mysterious portal technology used by the ancient Atlanteans and related disappearance of his mother. The action this issue moves from Gorilla City to Polynesia to somewhere very, very far away, where an encounter with gigantic flame-spewing beasts presages a meeting that could change Aquaman’s life.  Look at them […]

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Aquaman #26 review

I almost didn’t tackle this one, as I still have the previous six issues of Aquaman sitting around unread. I think I was put off by Geoff Johns reintroducing sweet little octopus Topo as a massive monster. But this is the series debut of Jeff Parker, a writer who never fails to entertain me, never […]

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