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Comic Review: Super Sons Volume 2 - Planet of the Capes

Story by Peter J. Tomasi, Art by Jorge Jimenez, Carmine Di Giandomenico & Jose Luis, Colours by Alejandro Sanchez. Published by DC Comics.

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The Terrifics #2 (May 2018)

I wish The Terrifics were terrific but it’s not. It’s perfectly fine. It’s gorgeous DC superhero stuff. Reis’s art doesn’t particularly invite dwelling, but if you decide to dwell, you get reasonably rewarded. 224 palabras más


A Fire that Never Stops

I stepped outside for a cigarette. I don’t think I’ve ever had one during the day. I could only smoke when I was out with friends, or during the night. 1.401 palabras más


One Fine Day (Super Sons #10 Comic Review)

The Supersons are enjoying a day out with their fathers, and it’s a day they won’t soon forget!

Super Sons #10
Authors: Peter Tomasi
Artists: José Luis…

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New Roadblocks to a Burgeoning Friendship in Super Sons 10

by Spencer Irwin

This article contains SPOILERS. If you haven’t read the issue yet, proceed at your own risk!

Super Sons 10 is a bit of a breather issue and a “move things into place” issue, neither of which tend to be the most popular installments of any comic series. 424 palabras más

Spencer Irwin

Heaven and Earth (Supergirl #14 Comic Review)

Supergirl goes to the new Super-Man for help with getting her overcharged powers under control, and he introduces her to a new mentor.


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Supergirl 14 review

In the previous story arc, Supergirl was hit by some sort of energy weapon that sent her powers out of control. She moved so fast that she shattered windows. 532 palabras más

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