Supergirl Vol 1: The Killers of Krypton- A Review

  I like Supergirl. She’s a cool character. Unfortunately, for most of her character’s existence, she has never really found her own space to occupy in the DCU. Which is too bad, because as crazy as it sounds for a character who has been around for nearly six decades, I think there’s a lot of …

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Superman The Golden Age Dailies: 1942-1944- A Review

A few years back, I bought a copy of “Superman: The War Years,” part of a “war years” themed series of hardcovers (along with Batman and Wonder Woman) curated by Roy Thomas. As much as I love World War II history and fully respect Roy’s knowledge of said history and Golden Age comics in general, …

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Superman: The Golden Age Omnibus Vol. 2- A Review

DC continues their well-received run of Omnibuses using periods in comic book history as themes, and Superman is once again the beneficiary of a great oversized hardcover book collecting his earliest adventures! Superman: The Golden Age Omnibus Vol. 2 is of a similar quality to its predecessor- nice paper, vibrant colors, sewn binding for flexibility …

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Action Comics Vol.5: “Booster Shot”- A Review

   **Spoiler alert!! Spoilers below!! You’ve been warned!!** What more can I say? Honestly?  This run of Action Comics by Dan Jurgens, which draws to a close with this volume, has been one of the most thoroughly enjoyable, satisfying runs on Superman I've ever read.  Every other post on this site has either been a …

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