Peter J Tomasi



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 […]


Superman Special #1 cover by Jorge Jimenez and Alejandro Sanchez

Superman Special #1 Review: DC’s Continued Superman Quality Streak

Superman and Superboy have a promise to keep for Captain Storm on Dinosaur Island, and the two Kents return to save the only surviving member of the Losers. In another story, Superman returns to Earth after a long mission in space, exhausted and drained of energy. Unfortunately, a giant insect is attacking Metropolis, so the […]

Superman #44 cover by Patrick Gleason and Alejandro Sanchez

Superman #44 Review: Night of the Living Bizarros

Superboy, Boyzarro, and their friends are trying to figure out how to hold the Bizarro world of Thrae together while Superman battles Bizarro himself. They discover that the planet is tied to Bizarro himself, and Bizarro feels like his life is falling apart. They need Bizarro to want to save Thrae if the world is […]


Superman #42 cover by Patrick Gleason and John Kalisz

Superman #42 Review: Entertaining, but the Bizarro Speech Gets Confusing

Superman #42 opens on Bizarro World, and we get to see how the Bizarro version of the Superman family looks and behaves. After this, we turn back to our world and our Superman family. Superboy is smitten with a girl in Kansas, and it leads him to minor conflict with his family. While I do […]

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 […]



Batman: The Merciless #1 Review: The War Batman

A coalition of A.R.G.U.S, S.H.A.D.E, the D.E.O, Task Force X, and the U.S. military has been gathered to head off the threat presented by coming of Barbatos’ army. With the Justice League MIA and many major cities left in ruins, it’s up to these agencies to save the United States. General Lane has had a […]

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Love And War In Comics: Looking Back At Superman #28 And Batman #28

With some encouragement from Rich Johnston and Mark Seifert, I’ve decided to take a look back at comics I’ve reviewed from time to time to analyze some interesting themes that they may share or conflict upon. This past week’s Superman #28 and Batman #28 both look at war in a way. They approach it in similar […]

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Super Sons #5 Review – Classic Fun Comics

Super Sons #5 is bringing back classic superhero story-telling with a modern sensibility, and it’s something that has been sorely lacking from the comics landscape for such a long time that it’s a breath of fresh air. In this issue, a standalone story featuring Jonathan Kent a.k.a. Superboy and Damian Wayne a.k.a. Robin airing their […]

Will Superman Kill The Eradicator? Tomasi And Gleason On Superman #6

Superman and his son Jonathan have taken the battle with Eradicator into space, now the creative team of Peter J. Tomasi and Pat Gleason talk about what lies ahead for Superman and his family, and when we’ll be seeing Eradicator again. You may want to say your goodbyes now while you can as everything changes in the […]

Protection And Atonement In Question In Exclusive Preview Of House Of Penance #5

And here is our final exclusive preview from Dark Horse this weekend. Here are some pages from the fifth issue of House of Penance from writer Peter J. Tomasi and artist Ian Bertram. This series has some big named folks talking about it… like Geoff Johns who said: Wraps you around the throat and doesn’t let go. […]