Earth 2 (comic)

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,...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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