Carlo Barberi


Super Sons #16 cover by Jorge Jimenez and Alejandro Sanchez

Super Sons #16 Review: A Charming Send-Off

Superboy tries to hold off Kid Amazo and free the incapacitated Justice League while Robin and Cyborg make their way to the Kid Amazo’s base of operations. Kid Amazo is drawing upon the power of the captured Leaguers, putting Superboy at a severe disadvantage. However, Robin, as he often does, has a plan involving Cyborg…even […]

Super Sons #13 cover by Giuseppe Camuncoli and Adriano Lucas

Super Sons #13 Review: Charming, Fun, and Full of Mommy Issues

Jonathan Kent develops a crush on a girl as his Super Sons ally, Damian Wayne, continues to fit in poorly at their Metropolis-based West-Reeve School. Plus, Jonathan is staying with the Waynes for the weekend! However, Talia al Ghul is in town and wants to bring her son in for an assassination contract. The odd […]

Green Lanterns #37 cover by Mike McKone and Dinei Ribeiro

Green Lanterns #37 Review: Great Story with Mismatched Art

Green Lanterns Simon Baz and Jessica Cruz are called to Ungara to answer the growing riots on the planet. With the death of Commodore Psyt, The Ungarans are calling for Molite blood. The situation has worsened with the apparent kidnapping of a number of young Ungarans by the Molites. Simon and Jessica hope to bring […]

World War Hulk 2

Marvel Teases Shocking “Final Fate” of Amadeus Cho in World War Hulk 2

Marvel has announced a sequel to World War Hulk to begin in March in The Incredible Hulk #174 from Greg Pak and Carlo Barberi. Since they promised to lay off the super-mega-crossover events for a while, it looks like this won’t be getting its own standalone series, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be packed with […]

Green Lanterns #35 cover by Mike McKone and Dinei Ribeiro

Green Lanterns #35 Review: Even The Green Lantern Justice System Is Broken

Green Lantern Jessica Cruz was just getting settled in at her new job when Bolphunga, a known intergalactic criminal, arrives on Earth and challenges her to a battle. Simon Baz is elsewhere when he receives the call for assistance by Jessica. However, all is not as it seems, and Bolphunga may have an ulterior motive […]

Volthoom

Green Lanterns #30 Review: The Battle Against Volthoom Begins

Jessica and Simon have trained the original seven Green Lanterns as much as they can in the time they’ve been allowed, and now it’s time to face Volthoom, the First Lantern. The fate of the Guardians and the rest of the universe hangs in the balance. They don’t know if they’ll ever get home, but […]

Green Lanterns #24 Review: Training Day Ends For Simon And Jessica

Simon Baz and Jessica Cruz are as good Green Lanterns as Hal, Guy, John, and Kyle. There, I said it, and I’m not taking it back. For real, these two characters are really cool. Their unique spin on the good-cop, bad-cop duo is endlessly entertaining and endearing. Their motivations and perception of how the world […]