Young Justice #20 review

It’s their final issue so what better time for the teenage superheroes of the Young Justice league to choose a new headquarters? Make that ‘an old headquarters’. It’s the Secret Sanctuary of the original Justice League of America; also, the HQ of Young Justice a multiversal reboot or two ago (as well as the Doom […]

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Young Justice #18 review

We open with Spoiler, Steph Brown, and Drake… er, Tim Drake, having a good old teenage snog. Slurrrrrp. And while these two sweethearts do like a bit of affection, the moment isn’t part of this issue’s narrative – it’s a cute bit of scene-setting, homaging the romance comics of old, complete with whimsical lettering from […]

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Young Justice #17 review

It’s the morning after the fight before and the members of Young Justice are helping with clean-up. Having teamed up with the Justice League to fend off the Legion of Doom, the teenage heroes are helping Metropolis get back on its feet. But it’s not only superheroes who are doing good. Meet Yolanda and her […]

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Young Justice #14 review

It’s a wet Wednesday morning in Scotland, I’ve work in an hour, coronavirus has everyone in a panic and I need some fun. And goodness me, Young Justice #14 delivers. Another recap page that’s as good looking as it is useful is followed by the gathering of the team. Make that the new team, sub-team, […]

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Supergirl #38 review

A canine’s sense of smell is said to be 40 times greater than a person’s. So heaven help Krypto the Superdog in your average city back alley. Still, he does pick up the scent of his pal Kara, last seen facing a vision of her corrupter, The Batman Who Laughs, in Supergirl #37. Krypto tracks […]

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Lois Lane #7 review

In which we learn the identity of the woman who tried to kill herself a few issues ago. The Question, Renee Montoya, sorts out a snoopy photographer. Lois is challenged by Renee about her recently very public private life. Renee flirts with someone about whom she should actually be very suspicious. Lois isn’t impressed by […]

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Lois Lane #6 review

Sam Lane, soldier turned spy and Lois Lane’s father, has died, killed during the Leviathan affair. As he’s buried with full military honours, his daughter remembers their stormy, but ultimately loving, relationship. The reporter maintains her composure as she says goodbye, accompanied by husband Clark, son Jon and sister Lucy Finally, though, it all becomes […]

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Young Justice #7 review

I do love a good multiversal romp. It seems Brian Bendis does too, because that’s what we get in the latest Young Justice. Tossed into the inter dimensional ether by uppity Gemworld aristos, Robin, Wonder Girl, Teen Lantern, Superboy, Impulse, Jinny Hex and Amethyst flit from Earth to Earth, hoping each time that their next […]

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