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Justice League 3001 #2

By Keith Giffen, J.M. DeMatteis, Howard Porter & Hi-Fi Justice League 3001’s second issue continues the adventures of the relaunched Justice League 3000 book with the same creative team of Keith Giffen and JM DeMatteis by introducing Supergirl, Kara Zor-El, who’s just arrived in the future to add to the interesting mix of superheroes that’s handled very well indeed. However, the Justice League... »

All-New Hawkeye #4

All-New Hawkeye #4

By Jeff Lemire, Ramon Perez & Ian Herring All-New Hawkeye has gotten off to a very confident start and the combined creative team of Jeff Lemire, Ramon Perez and Ian Herring (on the script, art and colours respectively) continue to knock it out of the park with the solo adventures of both Clint Barton and Kate Bishop. This week was largely focused with a Clint-flashback heavy issue, beautifull... »

ADVANCE REVIEW: Phonogram: The Immaterial Girl #1

ADVANCE REVIEW: Phonogram: The Immaterial Girl #1

By Kieron Gillen, Jamie McKelvie & Matthew Wilson Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie have had a really strong record of putting out some top-of-the-range books over the past few years. At Marvel they’ve done the brilliant Young Avengers comic, and at Image they’ve delivered The Wicked & The Divine. Both series stand among the best comics that their respective publishers had to offer and when... »

Catwoman #42

Catwoman #42

By Genevieve Valentine, David Messina, Lee Loughridge Catwoman is one of the best books on DC Comics’ shelves, and a lot has changed since the start of the New 52. This largely thanks to the awesome work of writer Genevieve Valentine, who, along with artist David Messina and colourist Lee Loughridge, knocks it out of the park with another excellent issue that continues to elevate this book to must... »

Constantine: The Hellblazer #2

Constantine: The Hellblazer #2

Ming Doyle & James Tynion IV, Riley Rossmo and Ivan Plascencia The second chapter of John Constantine’s new ongoing series continues to live up to the promise of the first issue, entitled Walk of Shame, as we continued to see John deal with the prospect of his ghosts being killed off one by one. From writers Ming Doyle and James Tynion IV, artist Riley Rossmo and colourist Ivan Plascencia, the... »

Secret Six #3

Secret Six #3

By Gail Simone, Dale Eaglesham & Jason Wright So it’s great to have Secret Six back and hopefully now we’ll get a regular release schedule from one of the most promising new DC books that was launched before Convergence hit shelves, disrupting the series that already had a delay between its first and second issues. However, with the third issue now out on shelves, it’s great to be reminded as ... »

Black Canary #1

Black Canary #1

By Brenden Fletcher, Annie Wu & Lee Loughridge Batgirl and Gotham Academy fans will find plenty to love in Brenden Fletcher’s brand new ongoing series that continues the diversifying of DC’s line-up in the post-Convergence world. Joined by Annie Wu on pencils and Lee Loughridge on colours, Black Canary #1 is a good first issue that is easy for those not too overly familiar with the character t... »

Game of Thrones S5x10 “Mother’s Mercy”

Game of Thrones S5x10 “Mother’s Mercy”

WARNING! SPOILERS! Well, so that happened. Mother’s Mercy was pretty much one cliffhanger after the other, ending a divisive season on an even more divisive note. Fans of the books knew what was coming with the likes of Arya, Cersei and Jon’s scenes all being in A Dance of Dragons, and but that’s it. This is where the series catches up with the books. There’s no more new material (apart from what ... »

Kanan – The Last Padawan #3

Kanan – The Last Padawan #3

By Greg Weisman, Pepe Larraz &  David Curiel Kanan: The Last Padawan has been a pretty reliable Star Wars book so far, as it’s underrated and should be receiving as much attention as the likes of the main Star Wars book and Darth Vader. It’s the perfect book for not only fans of Star Wars Rebels, but also those looking to learn more about the Clone Wars in the Disney-era of Star Wars. Followin... »

Constantine: The Hellblazer #1

Constantine: The Hellblazer #1

By Ming Doyle, James Tynion IV, Riley Rossmo & Ivan Plascensia Constantine is one of this reviewer’s favourite characters and it’ll pretty much guarantee that any book featuring him regardless of the writer or artist will be read at some point, and it makes a refreshing return to the world of the master of the dark arts given that his NBC show sadly didn’t make it beyond Season 1. Joining Jame... »