World of Krypton #3 review

The clock for the last days of Krypton continues to count down in the third issue of this mini-series, with a number of vignettes enriching the world as it takes the story forward. First, we meet a curious young lady. Her would-be teacher, Catar-Ol, is impressed, and discusses Kara’s possible paths with her mother, Alura […]

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Supergirl #41 review

‘Make it STOP!’ yells Supergirl on the cover of her penultimate issue. After reading it, I know how she feels… We start with a flashback to Krypton’s final day, as young Kara is distracted by a planet-quake. In the present, Supergirl is finally free from the infection of the Batman Who Laughs… she hopes. Off […]

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Supergirl #36 review

If you can’t say something nice… Well, yes, but I review this comic much every month and skipping an issue because I didn’t enjoy it is basically me saying, don’t bother. Maybe I can lean into that other saying, accentuate the positive? So, the story. Supergirl has been infected with nanobots by a Brainiac drone. […]

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Superman #15 review

Oh, how I love a good old-fashioned cover with an intriguing situation encapsulated by dialogue; I think DC has some kind of linewide word balloon cover stunt this month. Whatever the case, this nicely previews one of the plot points from this issue. But there are more. Starting with… What the heck are we going […]

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Superman #14 Review

The shadow of a Thanagarian spacecraft falls on Superman, Supergirl, Superboy, Zod and Superdog. It presages a gathering of universal powers, and the members of the House of El want answers. Flashback to a day earlier. Safe on Jor-El’s ship, Kal, Kara, Jon and Krypto watch as the uneasy alliance between Kryptonian survivors Dru-Zod and […]

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