It’s Kara’s final battle against Facet. The former warden of Krypton’s Fort Rozz has thrown everything she can at Supergirl in a bid to make her stronger. But Kara has her own definition of ‘stronger’ and it’s not about cruelty, it’s not about judging others – it’s about family. ‘Stronger together’, that’s her motto, and […]Read More Adventures of Supergirl #13 review
Supergirl is the consummate superheroine, so good she can fight a villain in her sleep. Not that she has any choice in the latest instalment of DC’s Digital First spin-off from the CBS show. She’s battling through dreamscape after dreamscape for what seems like years, never quite reaching the weaver of dreams, but never giving […]Read More Adventures of Supergirl Chapter 7 review
Having defeated hacker from hell Vril Dox, Kara’s outside his cell at the DEO, primed to question him – who’s the female he claims is behind recent attacks on Suoergirl and her friends? His taunts fail to get a ride out of the Maid of Might. But Dox is more powerful than she imagined, taking […]Read More DC Digital Adventures of Supergirl Chapter #6 review
Talk about strange sports stories. The National City Sharks football game has some unplanned entertainment – Supergirl vs Rampage. Maid of Might against Orange Ogress. They’re going at it like Billy-O, because while Kara would always prefer to talk things out, Rampage seems to have left her vocabulary at home. It’s the first chapter of […]Read More Adventures of Supergirl #1 review
Get ready for Supergirl Month! To coincide with the October 26 debut of the CBS live action TV series, DC Comics is unleashing a wealth of new and classic material. A prequel comic featuring Kara Danvers, the Supergirl who’s gained a legion of fans for star Melissa Benoist even before the series airs. A one-off special for […]Read More Supergirl’s on TV – but not on the shelves?
It’s a day in the life of Stormwatch. The real Stormwatch, the team who bumped the first New 52 version out of continuity having been themselves despatched. Where, I don’t know, as I jumped off the book around the time they arrived with writer Jim Starlin. Throwing out the entire cast of an under-performing book […]Read More Stormwatch #30 review
If Crisis on Infinite Earths was the Big Bang of comic book events, Forever Evil is the whimper, making little impact on the commercial and critical landscape. Just seven issues long, it feels interminable, with the ‘main event’ series unfocussed and tie-ins such as the JLA Martian Manhunter/Stargirl story an unashamed waste of space.Forever Evil: […]Read More Forever Evil: ARGUS #6 review