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REVIEW: Lois Lane #2

When reflecting upon the Superman family books and mini series being published right now, DC Comics have certainly created a specific and unique feel for each title. The core Superman title feels very much like an intergalactic space opera, while Action Comics is immersed in mystery and intrigue. Superman’s Pal Jimmy Olsen brings the silver… Read More REVIEW: Lois Lane #2

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REVIEW: DCeased #4

Every week usually on a Tuesday I write my comic book pull list for the following week, and nothing brings a smile to my face more than seeing the next installment of DCeased scheduled for release. Everything about this comic feels prestigious and that has a lot to do with the myriad of incredible variant… Read More REVIEW: DCeased #4

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REVIEW: Superman #13

Superman #13 is here and Superman and Jor-El return to the remains of what was once the planet Krypton. What secrets will be unearthed in this place that means so very much to these two men that carry the name El? Well, before we dive in lets checkout the covers. Artist Ivan Reis has created… Read More REVIEW: Superman #13

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REVIEW: Lois Lane #1

Lois finally takes centre stage in her very own 12 issue series by Eisner award winning writer Greg Rucka and artist Mike Perkins. Well aware of this creative teams’ previous endeavors on titles such as Daredevil, Iron Fist and Gotham Central I was going into this series with the highest of expectations. I hoped we’d… Read More REVIEW: Lois Lane #1

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REVIEW: DCeased #3

The nightmare continues as DCeased returns for its 3rd installment. Tom Taylor and Trevor Hairsine really are pulling punches as the horror continues to escalate. I don’t recall seeing this amount of gore and violence in any other DC Comics publication prior to this very series. It seems with every turn of the page we… Read More REVIEW: DCeased #3