Generations Forged #1 review

Heroes and villains lost in time. Unlikely team-ups. Angry gods. Reality rewritten. On the one hand, so far as Generations Forged goes, you’ve seen it all before. On the other GIANT cosmic hand, the aforementioned story points come up again and again for good reason – they’re guaranteed crowd pleasers when brought out by a […]

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Generations Shattered #1 review

I’m a sucker for motley crews. Give me heroes from across time and space whom you wouldn’t usually see together, and I’m there. Enter the Golden Age Batman, Superman’s Pal Steel, New Titan Starfire, the original Superboy, the second Dr Light, the one and only Booster Gold, Last Boy on Earth Kamandi and Green Lantern […]

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Dark Nights: Death Metal #7 review

Wonder Woman is still fighting The One Who Laughs. Everyone else is still bashing said bad guy’s demon hordes. Heroes die. Heroes come back as part of Black Lantern Batman’s gang. Everyone knows reality is going to be rewritten any minute so few folk seem to be taking things seriously. By the power of Just […]

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Justice League #51 review

The Flash, Wonder Woman, Batman, Green Lantern and Superman are flying back to Earth after the gruelling space saga of the last few issues. In the back of their minds, something is speaking to the individuals heroes, digging around in their subconscious. Back in the Now, they realise that their course has changed. They’re heading […]

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Justice League #49 review

Wonder Woman, Flash, Batman, Superman and Green Lantern are on the planet Trotha after rescuing its children from danger in space and freeing the people from a despotic queen. But… consequences. Having saved the planet’s two tribes from lives of slavery, the Justice League announced that they could now rule themselves. But they didn’t want […]

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Dark Nights: Death Metal #1 review

Here’s Sgt Rock talking about turds. That’s cool and funny, apparently. Here’s The Batman Who Laughs. Again. Here’s a world ruled by said Joker/Bruce Wayne mix, full of his dark Bat-Knights and Groblins and an emaciated Swamp Thing and a defiant Wonder Woman and a mysterious prisoner in robes… … hey, those robes aren’t purple! […]

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Supergirl #39 review

This is the review I almost never wrote… Doesn’t that sound dramatic? Really, it’s a matter of conclusion… I’m going to say this issue is of the same standard as last month’s – pretty good, far better than might be expected. The thing is, we’re still in the area of Dark Kara, a path so […]

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Justice League #40 review

A rocket ship crash lands in a field in the rural United States. It’s not a Kryptonian baby, though, it’s a strange visitor from the planet Daxam – Sodam Yat. The former Green Lantern is here to warn the world of a threat. According to Yat, the Eradicator’s forces don’t have the traditional Daxamite weakness […]

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