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!
Superman #23 chronicles two separate story threads both entrenched in magic that run parallel with one another throughout the issue. As the issue progresses it becomes apparent that these two tales are destined to collide with magic at the heart of it. This can only mean trouble for The Man of Steel, as we know the effects that magic can have on him.… Read More REVIEW: Superman #23
Lois Lane #12 is here which means this wonderfully executed maxi-series created by Greg Rucka and Mike Perkins has come to a conclusion, and what a satisfying conclusion it is.… Read More REVIEW: Lois Lane #12
Man Of Tomorrow has been a really fantastic series so far. With a plethora of creatives working on such an iconic character, in such a short time we have seen so many takes, styles and iterations and for that I am so grateful. I’ve gotten to know artists, writers and colourists that I wasn’t previously familiar with and they now have a brand new fan. … Read More REVIEW: Man Of Tomorrow #10
This is a fantastic issue that links together the events that took place in the prior story, which in turn ultimately shines a light on Brainiac. Writer Jeff Parker has placed Superman in two very unique situations that test the Man of Steel’s compassion and benevolence. … Read More REVIEW: Man Of Tomorrow #9
Writer Van Jensen has crafted two distinctly unique tales within this issue and I truly hope we get to see both him and this awesome creative team return for another installment.… Read More REVIEW: Man Of Tomorrow #8
Well here it is, the penultimate issue of Superman’s Pal Jimmy Olsen. I have to say I’m really gutted that this series is coming to an end, and I really hope that the popularity this series has had prompts DC Comics to make Jimmy a more predominant character in comics. First though, let’s look at… Read More REVIEW: Jimmy Olsen #11
Well so far this digital series has been stellar. I have to say I was rather worried about the change in creative team, but after reading Man Of Tomorrow #7 it is clearly still in good hands. But first, let’s take a look at the cover by Yasmine Putri. Now I admit, other than her… Read More REVIEW: Man Of Tomorrow #7
Superman #22 continues directly on from where the previous issue left off. Warworld is on a collision course with Earth. All that stands between Earth and total conquest at the hands of Mongul is the Man of Steel. This epic encounter between Mongul and Superman has raged throughout the last couple of issues and has… Read More REVIEW: Superman #22
The penultimate issue of Lois Lane is here and this proves to be a bittersweet occasion as I’m really going to miss this series, though I’m excited to see how it ends. Lois Lane #11 deals with the ramifications of the events that transpired at the end of the last issue. First up, let’s take… Read More REVIEW: Lois Lane #11
Like I said before, I am happy to consume anything to do with this story-arc, whether it’s a direct follow on or prequel, you name it, I’ll read it. I’ve said this many times, but Tom Taylor really has created an incredible action packed yet violent series and I cannot get enough of it! But… Read More REVIEW: DCeased: Hope At World’s End #2