Happy Friday readers! I hope you all have had a very fun week and have plans for a very fun weekend. To conclude this week’s comic reviews I bring you Earth 2 #26 where Superman is finally revealed or what he is – a fraud – and Action Comics #34 where the Last Sun story arc ends and the battle between Brianiac and Superman begins again.
Hey there readers! Super-Critic (still working on name) is here to bring to you her latest review in the DC Comic book realm. Today we have Action Comics Annual #3 that had a lot of misprints and errors but still had a strong story.
Following the Bombshell, Batman 75th Anniversary and Selfie variants, the next DC Variants are spooky monster mash ups for the month of October.
By:Cynthia A. Action Comics Annual #2 Krypton Returns Part 1 Well that was certainly interesting. I miss Ursa, I mean I know it’s the same character with a different name, but I miss the name Ursa, that’s just a cool name! But whatever, at least her name was the only thing that the writers changed and nothing more. However, other than that, this was a well written start this 4 part story arc. For all you DC fans out there you know […]
By: Cynthia A. Supergirl #24 Death Becomes Her Talk about power. Supergirl was rocking it in this issue. She was amazing. In the collective, she took control over them, she took control over the collective. She took over the collective and sought out Cyborg Superman, who just happened to be her father. That was certainly an unexpected twist. And while he is trying to give his daughter back his body and return to being half of a being, Brianiac is attacking the […]
Action Comics #23.4 – Metallo Full Metal Jacket You all remember Metallo right? He went through a lot of changes before the new 52, from looking like he does now to looking more like a man with Kryptonite inside him. Just think of how he was designed in Superman: The Animated Series. I have personally always been a fan of Metallo because he was a weapon created by the Government to help in the war efforts, and that’s just what he is […]
Action Comics #23.3 – Lex Luthor Up Up and Away! This issue shows everything we already know about Lex Luthor. No, this is not an origin story. Instead, this story picks up upon his release from prison and the constant thought of where Superman is because he thinks Superman is obsessed with him. He’s not wrong, let’s face it, the pair of them are as obsessed with each other as Batman is with the Joker and vice versa. So because Superman is […]
Batman #23.2 – The Riddler Solitare “Riddle me this, riddle me that, who’s afraid of the big black bat?” Sorry, I couldn’t resist. Now, the whole reason I bought this issue was because I like the Riddler, he’s clever and smart and I honestly love a good riddle, can’t solve have of them to save my life, but I like them. Oh, also the 3D cover was snazzy. However, this story wasn’t that great. It had a lot of great riddles in […]
A new era of DC Comics begins as the longest-running monthly comic of all time releases its first issue #1 since 1938. This September, New York Times bestselling writer Grant Morrison (ALL-STAR SUPERMAN) joins with sensational artist Rags Morales to bring you tales of The Man of Tomorrow unlike any you’ve ever read before in ACTION COMICS #1. This momentous first issue will set in motion the history of the DC Universe as Superman defends a world that doesn’t trust their first […]
Before I say anything, I just want to say that i like it and that for me it works. It’s not a bad costume, it’s different and will take some getting used to but despite that, i like it. It’s not like the Wonder Woman crap they keep doing. Yes, readers, i will never drop it. Sorry if it’s beginning to annoy you. Superman will go get a new look in the 21st century reboot of “Action Comics,” DC Comics said Friday. According […]