Earth 2 #32 review

In recent months, Earth 2 has served as a sort of supplement to it’s weekly cousin, World’s End.  This week the formula is changed, and instead of getting another origin story or…

Earth 2 #31 review

This issue should have been renamed “The People We Forgot to Include in World’s End,” because that’s essentially what this was.  It takes all the Wonders who were barely mentioned and then…

Earth 2 #30 review

Earth 2 has taken a very unconventional direction since the introduction of World’s End into the DC Universe.  Since World’s End started almost five months ago, the Earth 2 titles have been:…

Earth 2 #28 review

Who’s up for an origin story?  Anyone?  How about four?  “Origins” is just that, with a look into the pasts of the Four Furies of Apokolips.  The exploration of the issue as…

Earth 2 #27 review

Welcome back to Earth 2!  After the debacle that was Future’s End Month, we’re back to the present and Earth 2 is catching its breath following the death of Bizarro and the…

Earth 2 #26 review

The previous issue of Earth 2 earned, in my opinion, a perfect score.  I have been writing since high school and have always adhered to the rule that the greater the build-up…

Earth 2 #25 review

When we last visited Earth 2, Green Lantern and Hawkgirl had initiated a daring escape for the imprisoned Flash, Superman was busy on a date with Red Tornado Lois, and the rest…

Earth 2 Annual #2 review

Well I didn’t review Earth 2 Annual 1 seeing as how it revolved around a couple of characters that are going to be pretty much nonfactors in the Earth 2 universe going…

Earth 2 #24 review

In the previous issue, Red Tornado Lois and Evil-Superman took an awkward trip to Smallville, Val-Zod demonstrated his pacifism by being nothing more than a Kryptonian-shield in a fight, oh and Batman…

Earth 2 #23 review

Superman has come face-to-face with not only his Kryptonian brethren, but also his dead wife, Lois Lane, who’s been reanimated in the body of Red Tornado.  Green Lantern has returned from the…