Justice League 3001 #12 review

The Justice League are fighting Eclipso and his Legion of Doom in a desperate bid to take back the universe from Lady Styx. Moments from the excellently choreographed battle alternate with key vignettes showing the relationship between twins Terri and Terry Magnus. We see how, little by little, the League is ditching the dysfunctional to […]

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Justice League 3001 #6 review

Having brought a Batman pretender before the sheriff of prison planet Takron-Galtos, the 31st-century’s genuine Caped Crusader wants to make her his ward… well, Tina Sung is an orphan, and you know how Batmen are when they sniff a possible sidekick. Particularly unimpressed with the idea is Supergirl; the original Kara Zor-El isn’t one for […]

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Convergence: Supergirl Matrix #1

Years ago, Lex Luthor was an Australian clone of himself. And Supergirl was a shapeshifting, telekinetic blob.  It sounds daft, but the situation was played straight in the Superman titles of the time, and it made for good drama. This Convergence tie-in, though, sees writer Keith Giffen play the scenario for cheap – but funny […]

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Justice League United #5 review

The new Justice League United team has scored its first victory, rescuing the space child, Ultra, from an intergalactic war. But a price was paid – Hawkman died.So who’s activated his transmitter from across space? The question has Animal Man, Stargirl, Supergirl and Green Arrow racing to a bounty hunter’s den, courtesy of Sardath’s zeta […]

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Animal Man Annual #1

Socks the cat, former avatar of the Red, tells Animal Man’s daughter Maxine of an early attempt by the Rot to rule all. More than a century earlier in Canada, a Swamp Thing and an Animal Man fought back the forces that devastated their community, but the Rot promised it would return. Which it did, […]

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