As you may know, I love all things Superman! Whether it’s comic books, TV series, films, products, technology, you name it – I’ll review it.
All reviews will have NO SPOILERS! They will also contain my personal experiences and opinions on the item/issue/episode, whether that be good or bad.
I hope you enjoy and there are LOTS more to come!
To be honest, this was a very nice surprise that I hadn’t heard about until I read Superman #19 and since I read that this issue was coming out, I’ve been excited ever since. I didn’t really know what to expect, but assumed it had big precautions simply because of the cover. I absolutely adore… Read More REVIEW: Superman: Heroes #1
Whoever thought telling the truth could cause so many ripples in the pond? Superman #20 continues the intriguing exploration into the logistical quagmire that has arisen from Clark revealing himself to the world as Superman. All this while the fledgling United Planets comes under attack by Mongul. Superman certainly has his hands full, more than… Read More REVIEW: Superman #20
Lois Lane #8 is one of my favourite issues of the series so far. I find myself feeling this way with every issue that is released. This series is truly of the highest calibre. The main cover for this issue is created by interior artist Mike Perkins and sees a very confident looking Lois captured… Read More REVIEW: Lois Lane #8
Since it was first announced that this film was coming to the big screen, I have been so excited. For me, there just wasn’t enough Harley Quinn in Suicide Squad, and after getting just a taste as to how good Margot Robbie was as the character, I wanted to see more – with the addition… Read More FILM REVIEW: Birds Of Prey
The truth is out, now its time to see how the world acclimatizes to the news that Clark Kent and Superman are one and the same. The main cover for this issue is created by interior artist Ivan Reis and sees Superman shedding his alter ego so to speak as he disrobes from his civilian… Read More REVIEW: Superman #19
The confrontation we’ve all been waiting for is finally here. It’s been inevitable, some may say unavoidable. One things for sure, the outcome will be anything but predictable considering the participants and their history of subterfuge. Just what will the outcome be when Leviathan comes face to face with the Legion of Doom? First up… Read More REVIEW: Action Comics #1019
Another week, another incredible issue from Joshua Williamson & David Marquez. This series has been awesome, each and every single issue and this one is no exception. First up, lets take a look at the covers. The standard cover by David Marquez is stunning. I really love his art style, you can really see the… Read More REVIEW: Batman/Superman #6
Superman’s Pal Jimmy Olsen #7 very much puts the breaks on the momentum of the last issue and really takes a deep dive into just who exactly Jimmy Olsen is. This is very much represented in both covers. The main cover is created by interior artist Steve Lieber and captures the many different guises of… Read More REVIEW: Jimmy Olsen #7
Lois Lane is back with issue 7! As we are coming towards the end of the maxi-series, we are constantly brought action packed issues, and this one is no exception. Each week I get more and more excited to read this book, and that is only growing. First up, let’s check out the covers. Interior… Read More REVIEW: Lois Lane #7
Action Comics #1018 is here and what a wonderful issue it is. Brian Michael Bendis is joined once again by legendary artist John Romita Jr as the pair bring to us part two of their epic ‘Metropolis Doom’ story-arc. John Romita Jr not only brings his considerable talents to the interior pages of Action Comics… Read More REVIEW: Action Comics #1018