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!
REVIEW: Power Girl Special #1
Power Girl Special #1 goes a long way to really establish Power Girl and Fire & Ice in a fresh new light and acts as a great introduction and set up for two new and exciting mini-series.
REVIEW: Action Comics #1055
Let’s just say that with Actions Comics #1055, the Supermen reign again. This had to be one of Johnson’s many plans when he got his hands on the Superman lexicon. There’s explosive confrontation right out of the gate, and excellent character reveals as the story reaches the belly of the beast.
REVIEW: Superman #4
Superman #4 is another great addition to a story arc that is the perfect mix of modern and classic storytelling.
REVIEW: Batman/Superman: World’s Finest #15
While Batman/Superman: World’s Finest #15 may seem like the climax of this ongoing battle and scheme, there are several more threats on the rise. What began as a murder mystery has the potential to escalate into a major conflict with robot and artificial life.
REVIEW: Superboy: The Man Of Tomorrow #2
Porter does an incredible job of utilizing the brashness and impulsiveness of Conner’s personality while tempering it with the heroic idealism of The House of El. This is what’s always made Conner stand apart from Clark but still makes him worthy of wearing the S shield. Two issues in and it’s already been a fun fueled ride befitting an adventure of Superboy!
REVIEW: Superman: Lost #3
Superman: Lost #3 gives us a unique look at Superman, his powers, and his mental state from being alone for so long. We’re still being treated to super heroics, strange fantastical locales, and relevant themes of planetary stewardship, but in a mash up of the superhero and science fiction genres.
FILM REVIEW: Justice League x RWBY: Super Heroes & Huntsmen, Part One
‘Justice League x RWBY: Super Heroes & Huntsmen’ is a very enjoyable watch that takes the Justice League places that they have never been before.
REVIEW: Adventures Of Superman: Jon Kent #3
It’s more than exciting as we go back to Injustice in Adventures of Superman: Jon Kent #3, but that is all that the issue relies on at the moment. This is just the tip of the iceberg as Jon explores one of the furthest reaches of the DC Universe, one that existed before he did.
REVIEW: Action Comics #1054
Action Comics #1054 continues its incredible new format as every story feels it could be the headliner with their in depth storytelling and amazing art. This particular issue alters the stakes in big ways for all three stories and it’s sure to be exciting to see where they take us.
REVIEW: Girl Taking Over: A Lois Lane Story
Girl Taking Over: A Lois Lane Story is written and drawn in a way that’s meant for the younger audience it’s aimed for but is entertaining and thought provoking enough to capture the attention of older generations.