Aquaman #17 review

The war between Atlantis and the United States is over. Aquaman is a hero to the world and he’s been invited to speak at the United Nations as a likely precursor to Atlantis being granted membership. While Mera tells Aquaman he went down well, for Arthur it wasn’t just another address.  Who’s the mysterious man […]

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Justice League #13 review

Steve Trevor’s looking forward to an evening with his sister and her kids when Washington is hit by darkness. The elder god Eclipso has been freed and he’s taking over the populace, amplifying and unleashing their worst instincts.  With his colleagues a howling mob and the Justice League the slaves of Eclipso, Steve – for […]

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Action Comics #52 review

Judge this book by its cover and you’ll likely throw it into the deepest pit. Whatever happened to John Romita Jr? His work since coming to DC has been getting odder and odder, his Superman so blocky he’s almost ready for a Lego movie. A terrific tease – the first meeting between New 52 and […]

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Aquaman Annual #2 review

It’s team-up time, as Aquaman recruits Wonder Woman to track down members of the Giant-Born, monsters of myth released recently by a duped archaeologist. Diana’s knowledge of Classical mores leads them to a French chateau, where the beasts are feeding on the life force of locals and tourists. Cue fighting – an awful lot of fighting […]

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Supergirl #23 review

Supergirl is besieged by her memories, brought to life by the shape-shifting I’noxians. Her cousin, the Justice League, the Worldkillers, Silver Banshee, Tycho, Superboy, H’el .. they’re attacking her physically and mentally. And while she knows they’re not the genuine article, they can hurt her both ways. Finally, the assault stops and the creature behind […]

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