Justice League Incarnate #5 review

It’s the final issue of the dimension-spanning mini-series and the threat of the Great Darkness is growing. The primal force that wants to wipe out the light of not just one, but two, multiverses is ever encroaching. Hope comes in an unlikely form. As Darkseid struggles against agent of Darkness the Gentry, Justice League Incarnate […]

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Justice League Incarnate #4 review

Given the events inside this penultimate issue, Gary Frank’s intense cover at first seems an odd choice. There are cataclysmic moments aplenty, but here’s new heroine Dr Multiverse in accusatory mode. As it turns out, it’s the first panel of the story, as Dr Multiverse – newly imbued with cosmic awareness – tells her Justice […]

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Justice League Incarnate #3 review

Finally, after more than a decade of nonsense, Donna Troy gets the moment she deserves. Sure it’s not main-universe Donna Troy, but what does that even mean when continuity shifts every couple of years? The last Crisis event, Death Metal, ended with an infinite collection of multiverses in play. The Donna we’re seeing most regularly […]

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Doomsday Clock #10 review

It’s April 18 1938, the day of Superman’s first public appearance in Metropolis. It’s also the day Carver Colman, a young drifter in Los Angeles, meets Dr Manhattan. The superbeing once known as Jon Osterman has abandoned his own reality to explore new ones. In this one, though, he’s no longer able to control his […]

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Doomsday Clock #9 review

A thousand years in the future, Dr Manhattan is souvenir hunting. In the present day, the heroes are leaving Earth and heading into the unknown. In Washington DC, Superman lies near death. In Gotham City, Batman is desperate to contact his friends. And Ronnie Raymond is taken to the past for a revelation… … now […]

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