Ant-Man #1 review

I’m Wally West. I’m the Flash… It worked 20 years ago and it works today, the first person superhero comic narration. And given that Wally West isn’t around right now – well, not the real guy – I’m happy to see Scott Lang aka Ant-Man borrow the schtick. Especially when it’s Scott Lang as written […]

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Superboy #26 review

It’s Superboy #26, a comic I was determined not to buy, but you know how Santa is, leaving behind things he read on the way over from the North Pole. I didn’t want to support this decidedly uneven series any longer due to its replacing the lead character with a darker version. Kon El is […]

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The Fury of Firestorm #20 review

With just 20 pages in which to wrap up Firestorm’s title, writer/artist Dan Jurgens gives us six villains, one special guest hero, one new anti-hero, a big surprise and the beginning of the next chapter in the heroic career of Jason Rusch and Ronnie Raymond. That’s a lot to handle, but Jurgens is one of […]

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The Green Team #1 review

In an abandoned Manhattan warehouse, the world’s richest teens gather. They’re at a ‘poxpo’ – a pop-up expo – at which inventors with lunatic, potentially great ideas show them off. And if they impress organiser Commodore Murphy, they’ll get the money to develop the products into a marketable state – and perhaps seriously rich. But […]

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Superboy #20 review

Like this week’s Suicide Squad, the 20th issue of Superboy features a new writer. Justin Jordan jumps on board to continue the Dr Psycho story from two issues back that was so rudely interrupted by … no, I don’t want to talk about it. The best thing that happens this time is that Superboy heads […]

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