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.
Hey! I know, my reviews were A.W.O.L. last week. I was going through some stuff and wasn’t feeling up to writing. But I am back in the saddle…mostly. So this week I am opening up with Justice League 3000 #9, where the humor keeps on coming and the wonder twins go up against one another followed by Superman/Wonder Woman Annual #1 where it’s Clark versus Doomsday as the internal struggle rages on.
This weeks reviews on the latest comic books. This article features reviews on two of the prequels to the upcoming SUPERMAN DOOMED story arc. The first is Superman/Wonder Woman #7 and goes into depth on the connection between the pair of Super Powered Super Heroes, congratulating the writing and the dynamic between the characters and Superman #30, which continues to build the rise of one of the most fearsome characters in the DC Universe.
By: Cynthia A. Superman #26 Brain Drain It’s still odd to see Lois Lane with super powers. Hopefully you followed the psi-war story line and know how that happened, the end result is she is in a coma with psychic powers, including astral projection, a power that she uses in this issue to astral project herself into Clark Kent’s apartment, interrupting his date with Wonder Woman. That was priceless, I will admit. Anyway, the villain in this issue is none other than […]