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!
Batman/Superman: World’s Finest #4 continues to be a fun read, especially now amidst the chaos of Dark Crisis. Superman and Batman are used to explore the theme of willpower in a way that will make you read in awe.
All in all Superman’s Pal Jimmy Olsen’s Boss Perry White #1 is a great relaxing read with whimsical yet relevant stories honoring the timeless career of the Daily Planet’s beloved Editor in Chief.
Superman: Son of Kal-El #12 is another fantastic issue from its creative team. Whether it’s through action packed fights, high risk heists, or cornering a politician in public, Tom Taylor keeps the adrenaline pumping throughout the entire book.
Dark Crisis #1 has the legacy heroes going places in this blockbuster event that runs all the way until the end of the year. This already feels like a huge event and I cannot wait to see where it takes us and our favourite DC characters.
Dark Knights Of Steel #7 has a nice blend of action and dialogue as to be expected from Tom Taylor’s masterful writing. We learn a lot within the dialogue without it feeling like exposition, making the issue a fast and entertaining read.
Action Comics #1042 continues a truly iconic Superman story arc. I cannot recommend it enough, it has spectacular artwork, a phenomenal plot and the perfect Superman. Mark my words, this is one of the best Superman story’s ever told.
I feel a bit like a broken record praising Tom Taylor’s impressively immersive storytelling, but he continues to deliver a captivating world of superheroic fantasy.
Earth Prime Superman & Lois #2 is a great continuation of the TV Series, whilst I adore it this issue really hones in on some of the things the series is lacking – the past and Pa Kent. This issue is full of homages to numerous classic Superman ropes and characters and it’s great to see them established in the CW Arrowverse.
Batman/Superman: World’s Finest #2 continues to be a fun carefree series that has yet to take Clark and Bruce anywhere but promises Superman and Batman to go places from start to finish.
With such quality Superman related projects being produced, Superman: Son of Kal-El #10 is no exception to how exciting it is to be a Superman fan.