New Dimension, Same Old Story (Super Sons #9 Comic Review)

Super Sons #9   Written by Peter Tomasi Pencils and inks by Jorge Jimenez and Carmine Di Giandomenico Colors by Alejandro Sanchez and Ivan Plascencia Cover by Jimenez and Sanchez   Previously: The Super Sons have found themselves in a parallel Dimension! An evil wizard Read More …

“Welcome to Apokolips, hope you survive the experience!” (Superman #33 Comic Review)

Superman #33 Written by Peter J Tomasi and Patrick Gleason Pencils by Doug Mahnke Inks by Jaime Mendoza Colors by Wil Quintana Cover by Ryan Sook Previously: In the page of Darkseid War, Lex Luthor defeated Darkseid and gained a Lexbox, a modified motherbox that Read More …

Old Face in a New Place (Supersons #8 Comic Review)

Supersons #8   Written by Peter Tomasi Pencils and inks by Jorge Jimenez Colors by Alejandro Sanchez Cover by Jimenez and Sanchez Previously: With the help of the Teen Titans, Robin and Superboy fought off Kraklow The Magician’s clay constructs, return a magically aged Robin Read More …

Lois Lane stars in a story about murderers and plot convenience (Superman #31 Comic Review)

Superman #31 Written by: James Bonny Art by: Tyler Kirkham Colors by: Arif Prianto Cover by: Ian Churchill Previously: Rather than knowing what happened previously, it’s more important to know what happens later. This is a new story, and it takes place before the current Read More …

Can he play well with others? (Supersons #7 Comic Review)

Written by Peter Tomasi Pencils and inks by Jorge Jimenez Colors by Alejandro Sanchez Cover by Jimenez and Sanchez   Previously: After rejecting assistance from Superboy, Robin met up with the Teen Titans who are investigating a surge of metamorphic energy. The team are attacked Read More …

Metropolis is stricken with fear (Superman #29 Comic Review)

Superman #29 Written by: Keith Champagne Pencils by: Doug Mahnke Inks by: Jaime Mendoza with Scott Hanna and Rob Hunter Colors by: Wil Quintana and Tony Avina Cover by: Ryan Sook Previously: The Kent family rented an RV and took off on a Fourth of Read More …

The Kent family road trip pays honor to America’s Veterans (Superman #28 Comic Review)

Superman #28 Written By: Keith Champagne, Patrick Gleason, Peter J. Tomasi Art By: Scott Godlewski Colored By: Gabe Eltreb Previously: The Kent family rented an RV and took off on a Fourth of July road trip, stopping at Niagara Falls, the grave of Deborah Sampson, the WWII memorial Read More …

…And home in time for supper! (Super Sons #6 Comic Review)

Super Sons #6 Written by: Peter J. Tomasi Art by: Jorge Jimenez Letters by: Rob Leigh Colors by: Alejandro Sanchez Previously: Superboy and Robin both get grounded by their respective Superdads. When all this does is lead to the two of them fighting in the Batcave, Superman and Batman Read More …

Take the day off with the Superfam (Superman #27 Comic Review)

Superman 27 Review Written by: Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason Art by: Scott Godlewski Colors by: Gabe Eltaeb   Previously: Superman allowed his son to take the lead for a day to teach him some responsibility.   What Happened: A sleepy Superman comes home exhausted one night Read More …