Batman #36 review

The Justice League members have been Jokerised. Ingenuity and gadgets have seen Batman take out Wonder Woman, the Flash and Aquaman, and there’s a plan in place for Cyborg, but Superman, he’s another matter. As this second part of Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo’s Endgame story opens, Batman is fighting for his life. Under the […]

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Superman: Doomed #2 review

It’s been a long time coming. Civilisations have risen and fallen in the time the Superman: Doomed storyline has taken. But here it is, the final confrontation between the monstrously transformed Superman and the Collector of Worlds, Brainiac. To say this storyline has been uneven is to understate massively. Good chapters have been followed by […]

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Booster Gold: Futures End #1 review

Gotham by Gaslight. No-good brigands scour the streets for their next mark. They come across a strangely dressed fellow in a rubbish tip.  Victim?  Hardly. It’s a time-tossed Booster Gold, wondering what’s plucked him from the 21st to the 19th century. He’s not there long, mind, as he’s soon zapped back to the present day, […]

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Justice League 3000 #9 review

I’m a couple of weeks late with this review. Then again, this comic is set in the 31st century, so maybe not.  If you’re just coming in, this is the story of a reborn Justice League, freedom fighters against The Five, massively powerful villains who are taking over the universe. The initial issues were powered […]

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Bodies #1 review

Four detectives. Four time periods. Four bodies.Or is it only one body, appearing at different points in the same London street – 1890, 1940, 2014 and 2050? That’s the high concept in Si Spencer’s new Vertigo series, but it’s not the only reason to check it out. Each vignette features authentic dialogue that will delight […]

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Action Comics #31 review

What do you do on the day after Doomsday? If you’re Superman, you begin having violent fantasies about being a monster, or tearing Lex Luthor apart. Disturbed by what he’s feeling and hoping a rest will sort him out, Superman retreats to Alaska, where he’s reunited with superdog Krypto. But the dark feelings only escalate …Labelled Superman Doomed: […]

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