Action Comics #23 Review

Action Comics #23 Review By: Jay DC announced the new creative team for Action Comics: Greg Pak and Aaron Kuder, and that their run will begin with November’s Action Comics #25. Until then we have the transitional team of Scott Lobdell and Tyler Kirkham for the main story in the “Atomic Knights” arc while Frank Hannah and artist Tom Derenick continues “The World of Krypton” back-up story arc. What do I think of this issue? Find out below! Superman and the Pax Galactica put aside their dispute to unite against the Lexus. In the…

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Action Comics #22 Review

Action Comics #22 Review By: Jay  DC announced the new creative team for Action Comics: Greg Pak and Aaron Kuder, and that their run will begin with November’s Action Comics #25. Until then we have the transitional team of Scott Lobdell and Tyler Kirkham for the main story in the 3-issue arc “Atomic Knights,” while Frank Hannah picks up artist Tom Derenick and continues “The World of Krypton” back-up story arc. What do I think of this creative team and this issue? Find out below! Hector Hammond is in space checking out H.I.V.E.’s newest…

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Action Comics #21 Review

Action Comics #21 Review By: Jay Tony S. Daniel is back with the last part of the Andy Diggle plotted/Daniel scripted “Hybrid” story arc. As everyone knows by now, Diggle and Daniel were supposed to be the post-Morrison Action Comics creative team. But before their first issue hit stores, Diggle left under unknown circumstances, leaving Daniel on the book as artist and writer using Diggle’s plot as a template. After this issue Daniel leaves Action Comics and we may never know what their run would truly have been like. Once again this story is…

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