Action Comics #1036 review

Finally, after more than a year of foreshadowing and teasing, Superman’s quest to free the slaves of Mongul officially kicks off as he reaches Warworld territory. He’s greeted by a sight that would lift the heart of Vlad the Impaler. As his associates in the new Authority marvel at Superman’s compassion, they’re confronted by a […]

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Action Comics #1035 review

Action is the name of the game as this issue opens, with Superboy frantically fighting off a near-crazy Thao-La. The refugee from Warworld has seen her friends murdered by lackeys of Mongul, and believes that if she doesn’t kill Superman’s loved ones, the rest of her people will be slaughtered. She’s already attacked Lois in […]

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Superman #32 review

‘Is this the end of Superman’ asks the cover blurb? It’s a double-edged sword of a question – for several issues we’ve had Super Son Jon Kent convinced that his dad is doomed to die soon. The question could also relate to the series as this is the final issue of the latest run, thought […]

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Superman #31 review

On another world. Superman and Superboy face an ancient, undying evil that’s possessing the populace. Clark and Jon decide to tackle the situation on two fronts – Senior will warn the locals to beware the Shadowbreed, while Junior accompanies the local prince to a lab where, he says, he can produce a useful bomb. Of […]

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Superman #30 review

It’s just a perfect day. Lois, Clark and Jon Kent play crazy golf in the park. It’s such fun, but the peace is interrupted by a summons from space. The voice of an old friend of Superman is calling for help. Superman and Superboy take off, leaving Lois for a solo swinging session. On the […]

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Superman #29 review

Beyond Earth’s atmosphere, Superman and Superboy are defending the earth from space shrimps. A beam from a Star Labs satellite seems to close the breach through which the green monsters have been coming, allowing Clark and Jon to head home to spend downtime with Lois. Meanwhile, Suicide Squad boss Amanda Waller is mulling over information […]

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