Filed under: Comic Reviews, DC Comics | Tags: Crime Syndicate, David Finch, DCNew52, Forever Evil, Geoff Johns, Justice League, Justice League Dark, Justice League of America, Kord, Lex Luthor, Nightwing, Superman, Trinity War
DC’s latest crossover event saw Justice League, Justice League of America and Justice League Dark crossover in the 6-issue arc Trinity War and with Geoff Johns at the helm it’s lead us into Forever Evil.
Filed under: Movie Reviews | Tags: Amy Adams, General Zod, Henry Cavill, Jonathan Kent, Jor-El, Kal-El, Krypton, Laurence Fishburne, Lois Lane, Man of Steel, Martha Kent, Michael Shannon, Perry White, Russell Crowe, Superman, Zack Snyder
It seems like forever since that first trailer graced the internet and got fans all hyped with the possibilities a new take on everyone’s favourite Krytponian. The disappointment from Superman Returns hidden away in our minds and any worries over where Zack Snyder may take us held at bay by the sheer scale of those early images. Continue reading
Filed under: Comic Reviews, DC Comics | Tags: Batman, dccomics, Green Arrow, Green Lantern, Harley Quinn, Injustice Gods Among Us, Superman, The Joker
After picking up #1 (reviewed here) and enjoying this video game tie-in it was almost a given that I would get #2 to see how things went – was #1 a fluke or was this really a hidden gem from DC?
Filed under: Comic Reviews, DC Comics | Tags: Batman, Cyborg, Flash, Green Lantern, Injustice Gods Among Us, Jimmy Olsen, Joker, Lois Lane, Scarecrow, Superman, Wonder Woman
A comic book that ties into an up and coming DC game has all the early indications of being a typical attempt at a marketing exercise….where there’s no real gain or effort expected from what seems to be a throwaway release to get the game name out there……and I have to admit I was on the fence on whether to get this title or not………in this case I caved, I bought it and read issue #1.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, DC Comics | Tags: H'El, H'El on Earth, Kal-El, Kara Zor-El, Mahmud Asrar, Mike Johnson, Superboy, Supergirl, Superman
It’s time for Supergirl to make an appearance in the H’El on Earth crossover event across the Super titles…..and it seems that everybody can speak Kryptonian these days too.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, DC Comics | Tags: DCNew52, H'El on Earth, R.B.Silva, Rob Lean, Superboy, Supergirl, Superman, Teen Titans, Tom Defalco
After a strong prelude to this DC crossover featured in Superman #13 and crossing the Super books in the New52 – would this issue help build the momentum achieved?
Filed under: Comic Reviews, DC Comics | Tags: Clark Kent, DCNew52, Kal-El, Kenneth Rocafort, Krypton, Lois Lane, Perry White, Scott Lobdell, Sunny Gho, Superboy, Supergirl, Superman
I’d sort of given up on DC’s Superman titles in the New52 reboot around issue #6 but I thought I’d jump back on-board for the H’El on Earth arc kicking of with this prelude.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, DC Comics | Tags: DCNew52, Grant Morrison, Lex Luthor, Rags Morales, Superman
Issue #2 from the Morrison/Morales writer/artist team comes off the back of one of the strongest titles from DC’s reboot….but could this be sustained……Morrison’s involved…..so what do you think??
Filed under: Comic Reviews, DC Comics, Features, Marvel Comics | Tags: John Romita JR, Mark Millar, Superman, Wolverine
Continuing our spotlight on Mark Millar’s work the CA team take a look at his takes on Superman and Wolverine. You can find part one of this feature here.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, DC Comics | Tags: aquaman, Batman, DCNew52, Geoff Johns, Green Lantern, Jim Lee, Justice League, Superman, The Flash, wonderwoman
Ok, so we probably got carried away with ourselves last month when we got the first glimpse of the first DCNew52, Justice League. DC’s hype-machine had been running for month’s ahead of the launch, we’d just come out of a Flashpoint high and we were ready to explode at the anticipation of a new world and new costumes. 51 issues later and we are in a much better position to see what JL#1 was really like – i.e. note quite the best of the bunch. But what does #2 do to try and improve on this?