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Action Comics 976 review

This issue concludes the 4-part crossover with the other Superman series. The first issue (Superman 18) started off with Superman and Lois Lane spending a night together with their son, Jon. Everything got weird when their house, and Jon, started … Continue reading

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Star Wars Poe Dameron 12 review

In the previous issue of Poe Dameron, Poe figured out who kept leaking information about his squad to the First Order. Of course he realized it a bit too late as he fell under attack by Agent Terex. Terex himself … Continue reading

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Superman 16 review

The Multiplicity arc comes to a close in this issue, but not without the promise that its story will come back, potentially bigger than before.

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Monsters Unleashed 2 review

The first issue of Monsters Unleashed is just big, dumb fun, and that’s exactly what this issue is too.

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All-New X-Men 1.MU review

Both this and Monsters Unleashed 2 released this week, and this is the only tie-in I planned to read from the start. It’s named after the only X-Men team book I’m still reading right now, it focuses on my favourite … Continue reading

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Comics of February 1, 2017

It’s the first Wednesday of February, in fact it’s the first day of February. There’s a job fair in town this afternoon, so there’s a strong chance that my reviews will be delayed until this evening. Just so you know. … Continue reading

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Ghost Rider 2 review

In the previous issue of Ghost Rider, there were two separate storylines going on at the same time. It’s hard to tell which of the two is the main storyline, or if they somehow merge together at the end. One … Continue reading

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