And finally, DC announces the post-Flashpoint Superman Family titles, and it’s another mixed bag. Let’s take a look and then I’ll get back to some actual reviews on this so-called review blog. Action Comics #1 by Grant Morrison and Rags Morales This September, New York Times bestselling writer Grant Morrison (ALL-STAR SUPERMAN) joins with sensational […]Read More Superman, Superboy and Supergirl – up, up and, er ….
And here we have, thanks to borrowed images from Bleeding Cool (cheers!), the new looks for Superman, Supergirl and Superboy. And one thing they’re not is super. I don’t object to little costume tweaks over time, the likes of which took Superman’s outfit from the 1938 original to the classic look we know. Or wholesale changes […]Read More The Superman Family makeover – pants!
That is one beautiful cover, courtesy of penciller Eddy Barrows, inker JP Mayer and colourist Jamie Grant – dynamic, vibrant, not just another variation on the traditional Superman/Flash race … surely it’s sold a few extra copies of this issue. I hope so, as Superboy’s new solo title deserves to pile on readers. There’s a […]Read More Superboy #5 review
JLA communicator cards on the table, I’ve not seen the new Young Justice TV show, bar the odd clip. It’s not hit the UK yet. But I was a fan of the original series by Peter David and Todd Nauck. I was disappointed when the quirky little comic was cancelled so the main characters could […]Read More Young Justice #0 review
It’s been a long road back to prominence for Conner Kent. Born in the wake of the Death of Superman event, he had his own comic through the Nineties, managing a hundred issues. He spent time as a Teen Titan, then wound up dead for awhile, before being revived to star in the equally revived […]Read More Superboy #1 review