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!
Lois Lane #4 is here and I for one have been so pleased to see Renee Montoya develop into a key component of the series. That feeling is intensified by the return of Vic Sage, a character who is deeply entrenched in DC Comics lore. Renee Montoya appears as The Question on the main cover… Read More REVIEW: Lois Lane #4
The latest installment of Superman is here, and it felt like a much-needed break from all of the action and craziness that has been going on within that series and other linked ones. This cover by Ivan Reis perfectly captures the contents and feel to the book. I love it. It’s bold, bright, and tonnes… Read More REVIEW: Superman #16
It genuinely pains me to say it but the penultimate issue of DCeased is here. I honestly love this series with a passion. Ever since its release it has been my most highly anticipated issue to read each and every month, and I’m finding it hard to come to terms with the fact that it… Read More REVIEW: Dceased #5
Now if you are a reader of the Naomi ongoing series then you are an incredibly shrewd shopper indeed. If by chance this is your first encounter with the character, then you are most certainly in for a treat. Being an already established fan of Naomi who just so happens to be a complete look-alike… Read More REVIEW: Action Comics #1015
Darkness seems to have well and truly set in at the moment, as the DC Universe finds itself currently caught within the throes of the ‘Year of the Villain’. Now even though Batman / Superman #2 isn’t a ‘Year of the Villain’ tie-in, darkness and evil prevailing is certainly a prominent theme captured on the… Read More REVIEW: Batman/Superman #2
Superman’s Pal Jimmy Olsen #3 is here with arguably one of the most offbeat covers I have ever seen. I feel as though I have been staring at this cover for what seems like hours now trying to deciding whether I like it or not. Honestly the jury is still out on that one, however… Read More REVIEW: Superman’s Pal Jimmy Olsen #3
For quite some time now we have known that the Legion of Super-Heroes would be making their triumphant return, with a brand new ongoing series set for release in early November. Now I have been highly anticipating the arrival of this series ever since the news broke earlier this year, and I have to say,… Read More REVIEW: Superman #15
Lois Lane #3 deals with the aftermath of the violence that rounded out the last issue. Considering the events that took place, I believe the cover to this issue created by interior artist Mike Perkins is honestly a stroke of genius. The fact that you really need to have a familiarity with the events of… Read More REVIEW: Lois Lane #3
A series be it ongoing or limited chronicalling the adventures of Batman and Superman as a team has always felt prestigious to me. Be it ‘Worlds Finest’ by Dave Gibbons and Steve Rude, or the inaugural volume of Superman/Batman from 2003, there is just something so special about this pair teaming up. That feeling is… Read More REVIEW: Batman/Superman #1
After the events of the last issue I have been eagerly awaiting the ramifications of The Red Mist’s upgrade – thanks to Lex Luthor. Well, the wait is over instantaneously as the cover showcases a confident Red Mist attacking Superman. The cover text introduces her brand new alias. This cover is created by Brandon Peterson,… Read More REVIEW: Action Comics #1014