Superman and the Authority #3 Review

Superman and the Authority #3 Review – Superman put the Authority back together, but why? What threat is out there that only this group can contend with? The Ultra-Humanite, of course! This fearsome foe is forming a team of his own, one designed to go fist-to-fist with the Authority. Check it out in the Superman and the Authority #3 Review HERE! Continue reading Superman and the Authority #3 Review

Blue and Gold #2 Review

Blue and Gold #2 Review – After a painful rejection from the DC Universe’s team of a-list heroes, Booster Gold and Blue Beetle strike out on their own. Thanks to the Kord Industries fortune, anything is possible for this dynamic duo…right? Little do they know, an alien assassin seeking revenge places Blue and Gold in her crosshairs, and The Omnizon never misses! Check out the Blue and Gold #2 Review HERE! Continue reading Blue and Gold #2 Review

Green Lantern #6 Review

Far Sector’s Jo Mullein goes head-to-head with one-time Green Lantern Sinestro, now the leader of the Sinestro Corps that harnesses the yellow light of fear. But as Jo deals with Sinestro, Simon Baz finds out his former partner, Jessica Cruz, just joined the Yellow Lanterns as the Corps’ newest member. Then, in deep space, Kilowog, who’s been cut from the Corps, fights for his life in the Dark Sectors. But without a working ring, he may not stand much of a chance of survival. Continue reading Green Lantern #6 Review

Green Lantern Annual: 2021 Review

Once an agoraphobic scared to even leave her room, Jessica Cruz overcame her fear to become a Green Lantern and face the darkest and deadliest threats in the universe. But now, Jessica’s gone from overcoming fear to using it as a weapon. When Yellow Lanterns attacked the Green Lantern Sector House she took refuge in when the Central Power battery was destroyed, Jessica turned the tables on them, giving them something to be afraid of, as she beat them one-by-one. But now that she’s been offered a place in the Sinestro Corps, will she accept? Continue reading Green Lantern Annual: 2021 Review

Infinite Frontier #6 Preview

Infinite Frontier #6 Preview – As President Superman, Alan Scott, Roy Harper, and the rest converge for a showdown, the secret of Omega Planet is revealed. Plus, Barry Allen is put on a path he may never get off! Check out the Infinite Frontier #6 Preview HERE! Continue reading Infinite Frontier #6 Preview

Infinite Frontier #5 Review

Infinite Frontier #5 Review – Roy Harper finds himself forced to do things on his own. He’s been through a lot since he was Green Arrow’s sidekick, and usually, the only person he can count on is himself. Hence, he’s hiding the fact that he’s back from the dead from his old friends. He comes across Jade, who has also been stranded by herself—can he help her while letting her help him? Check out the Infinite Frontier #5 Review HERE! Continue reading Infinite Frontier #5 Review

Infinite Frontier #5 Preview

Infinite Frontier #5 Preview – Roy Harper finds himself forced to do things on his own. He’s been through a lot since he was Green Arrow’s sidekick, and usually, the only person he can count on is himself. Hence, he’s hiding the fact that he’s back from the dead from his old friends. He comes across Jade, who has also been stranded by herself—can he help her while letting her help him? Check out the Infinite Frontier #5 Preview HERE! Continue reading Infinite Frontier #5 Preview

Action Comics #1034 Review

The Warzoons make their way to the doorstep of the Fortress of Solitude and only Lois Lane and the alien girl Thao-La are there to defend it. That’s because Superman is halfway around the world trying to stop the U.S. from declaring war on Atlantis. The Man of Steel must make a tough choice, and odds are, no one walks away happy. Elsewhere in Metropolis, Midnighter moves closer to the center of Trojan’s empire in the penultimate chapter of his back-up adventure. The story finishes later this month with the Midnighter 2021 Annual. Continue reading Action Comics #1034 Review

Superman ‘78 #1 Review

Superman ’78 #1 Review – A bright, shining day in Metropolis is interrupted by a mysterious drone that crash-lands in the city and starts wreaking havoc. This looks like a job for Superman! But where did the metallic menace come from, what is its purpose, and who is Brainiac? Check it out in the Superman ’78 #1 Review HERE! Continue reading Superman ‘78 #1 Review

Superman and the Authority #2 Review

Superman and the Authority #2 Review – Clark Kent and Manchester Black continue to put Superman’s new team together, even though keeping Black in check seems like just as difficult a job as convincing the new recruits to come along. The pair hits different parts of the world looking for different types of heroes. Check it out in the Superman and the Authority #2 Review HERE! Continue reading Superman and the Authority #2 Review

Batman ’89 #1 Review

Batman ’89 #1 Review – Gotham becomes torn in two as citizens dressed as Batman and The Joker duke it out in the streets. As D.A. Harvey Dent tries to keep the city together, he targets the one problem tearing it apart: BATMAN! And he’ll get Bruce Wayne’s help in taking down the Dark Knight! Check out the Batman ’89 #1 Review HERE! Continue reading Batman ’89 #1 Review

Infinite Frontier #4 Review

Infinite Frontier #4 Review – President Superman finds himself in the wrong world, and it isn’t looking good. Bones and Chase attempt to stop super-powered heroes and villains from crossing Multiversal lines. If they can shut down the President of Steel, they think that it will serve as a signal to all to not mess with Earth-0! Check out the Infinite Frontier #4 Review HERE! Continue reading Infinite Frontier #4 Review

Infinite Frontier #4 Preview

Infinite Frontier #4 Preview – President Superman finds himself in the wrong world, and it isn’t looking good. Bones and Chase attempt to stop super-powered heroes and villains from crossing Multiversal lines. If they can shut down the President of Steel, they think that it will serve as a signal to all to not mess with Earth-0! Check out the Infinite Frontier #4 Preview HERE! Continue reading Infinite Frontier #4 Preview

The Swamp Thing #6 Review

With Prescot’s bio-agent set off in the Kaziranga wetlands, the Green summons Levi back to the land of his making. With Levi unable to access his powers as Swamp Thing, he finds himself trapped in the dense forest and stalked by a group tasked with retrieving his alter ego at all costs. Will he recover his powers before he is hunted down by the Suicide Squad?
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