Teen Titans #23 review

As a change from all the DC number ones, here’s the penultimate issue of the New 52 Teen Titans. OK, the logic of that sentence wandered off pretty quickly, but I wrote this review assuming it was the final issue… it’s a great final issue. Hopefully next month’s actual final issue will be as good. […]

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Convergence: Speed Force #1

Can you hear me Tony Bedard? Because I’m clapping. Applauding you for the single best Convergence tie-in of the week.  If anyone hasn’t read it, here’s the gen… The Flash, Wally West, is speeding to Gotham City to answer a Justice League alert. He’s taken kids Iris and Jae along with him because he reckons […]

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Supergirl #35 review

If they exist, Superman: Doomed completists might skip this issue, as the banner is a tad misleading – it’s an aftermath only in that it takes place following that crossover, with the first page picking up where Supergirl’s last issue left off. And the scene and copy is a tad misleading, but that’s comics. The […]

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Supergirl: Futures End #1 review

It’s five years from now and Supergirl is gone, supplanted by a Cyborg Supergirl who can barely remember ever being human. She’s united with the Cyborg Superman in a quest to find a world that can be transformed into a new Krypton, complete with ‘upgraded’ inhabitants.  As cosmic upcyclers, they’ve failed so far, but Cyborg […]

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Supergirl #34 review

When is a SuperDoom crossover not a SuperDoom crossover? When it’s a superb issue of Supergirl written by Tony Bedard.  I wasn’t too hopeful going into this issue. Just look at that cover. It’s well drawn by Cameron Stewart and lushly coloured by Nathan Fairbairn, to be sure, but check out poor, sad Kara – if […]

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Supergirl #32 review

Still a Red Lantern, Kara is on her way back to Earth. While she’s fitted in with the gang, leader Guy Gardner wants her to go to planet Mogo to see if the ring can be safely removed. But she’s not having it, she likes that the red energy makes her feel part of something.After […]

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Supergirl #31 review

Supergirl is no longer the newest Red Lantern. As this issue opens she’s accompanying Guy Gardner and co as they try to track down the newcomer, hoping to recruit her before rival Atrocitus. She finally finds the latest Lantern, whose confusion and background has her manifesting her red energy to judge every citizen of the […]

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