Batman/Superman #27 review

That’s a striking cover from artist Yanick Paquette and colourist Nathan Fairbairn. Nicely composed, dramatic… ahould DC ever print a story in which something vaguely like this scene occurs, it’ll be spot on It’s not necessarily a bad thing that Superman and Red Hood don’t attack one another this issue. I’m far happier to see […]

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Superman #46 review

To get the obvious out of the way first, I want Truth to be over. I want Superman back in costume, powered up and living secretly as Clark Kent, playing well with his full supporting cast. I want Lois and Clark relations normalised. I want Perry White to reclaim his life from whoever the heck […]

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Batman/Superman #25 review

Superman came to Gotham City on a motorcycle, but he leaves courtesy of borrowed Bat-technology. And he can’t resist putting the wind up Robo-Batman Jim Gordon as he leaves.  The previous page is the last we see of the current holder of the Batman title in this issue of Batman/Superman, but I’m fine with that – Gordon […]

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Superman #44 review

The secret is out and the villains are coming home to roost. Clark Kent’s Clinton Street is where the latest version of the Royal Flush Gang ambushes him. They’re gambling that he’s strong enough to squeeze coal into diamonds for them, but weak enough to have to do as they say.  As it turns out, […]

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Superman/Wonder Woman #21 review

Wonder Woman has Lois Lane on the leash. She’s the last of the friends of Superman – prisoners of the US Government – to be questioned on camera about whether they’re in cahoots with the Man of Steel. Lois stands up to the questioning. Literally.  Elsewhere, White House chief of staff Mr Bend goes off […]

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Superman #43 review

Superman wakes up in Lois Lane’s apartment to find he’s been asleep for more than a day. He’s more concerned about being seen naked by Lois, Jimmy and Condesa than the fact he’s being blackmailed by the latter’s supposedly former boss, computer criminal Hordr. Obviously, Lois’ place is hardly shielded against a crook with all […]

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Superman/Wonder Woman #20 review

Superman has burst into the White House, furious that the US Government has torn his hometown apart in the wake of his other life as Clark Kent being revealed to the world. The authorities have kidnapped his Daily Planet colleagues and Smallville neighbours. Wonder Woman isn’t going to let them stay behind bars. And the […]

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