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Super Sons #8 Review

Super Sons #8 Review

Super Sons #8 DC Comics Written by: Peter J. Tomasi Art by: Jorge Jiminez Colors by: Alejandro Sanchez "Planet of the Capes Part Three" Superboy and Robin have been pulled into what looks like an alternate dimension by tentacled, cybernetic creatures. As the two boys...

Super Sons #7 Review

Super Sons #7 Review

Super Sons #7 DC Comics Written by: Peter J. Tomasi Art by: Jorge Jiminez Colors by: Alejandro Sanchez Letters by: Rob Leigh "Planet of the Capes Part 2" The Teen Titans have had their heads handed to them and the only place they can find to lay low and regroup is the...

Super Sons #6 Review

Super Sons #6 Review

Super Sons #6 DC Comics Written by: Peter J. Tomasi Art by: Jorge Jimenez Letters by: Rob Leigh Colors by: Alejandro Sanchez “Planet of the Capes Part 1” Probably the creepiest opening to a comic I’ve witnessed recently, but the opening panels of this issue are...

Super Sons #5 Review

Super Sons #5 Review

Super Sons #5 DC Comics Written by: Peter J. Tomasi Art by: Alisson Borges Colors by: HI-FI Letters by: Rob Leigh Damian Wayne is getting a lesson in consequences as the young Robin is essentially grounded in the Batcave being watched over by Alfred. Jon is also...

Super Sons #4 Review

Super Sons #4 Review

Super Sons #4 DC Comics Written by: Peter J. Tomasi Art by: Jorge Jiminez Colors by: Alejandro Sanchez Letters by: Rob Leigh It’s four in the morning and while most of the country is sleeping, Damian Wayne and Jonathan Kent are in the clutches of Kid Amazo. As the...

Super Sons #3 Review

Super Sons #3 Review

Super Sons #3 DC Comics Written by: Peter J. Tomasi Art by: Jorge Jimenez Letters by:  Rob Leigh Colors by: Alejandro Sanchez The opening of this issue starts with a flash back to the previous adventures of Kid Amazo and his family of heroes as they take down a threat...

Super Sons #2 Review

Super Sons #2 Review

Super Sons #2 “When I Grow Up…” DC Comics Written by: Peter J. Tomasi Art by: Jorge Jimenez Colors by: Alejandro Sanchez Letters by: Rob Leigh The prologue of both this issue and the first could be its own comic. The story is compelling and disturbing and I want to...

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