Earth 2 #22 review

It’s been two weeks on Earth 2 since the return of Superman and the death of Steppenwolf, and we are finally treated to the revival that’s been hinted at for several issues…

Earth 2 #21 review

If you haven’t read Earth 2 Annual #2 or the respective review, I highly suggest you do so before continuing further. Anyway, I don’t know if I’ve seen a more brutal opening…

Earth 2 #20 review

We are still dealing with the fallout of Superman’s return, but the Wonders have regrouped and now have perhaps the only two weapons that can be used against the returned Kryptonian.  Batman’s…

Earth 2 #19 review

Superman has left the scene of the previous battle at the Arkham Base, and the remaining Wonders may have a chance to collect themselves before launching a counterattack.  They are interrupted, however,…

Earth 2 #18 review

With Superman and Batman’s return to Earth 2, the world now needs the joint power of all the Wonders to repel the forces of Apokolips.  In the opening chapter of “The Dark…

Earth 2 #17 review

Earth 2 could not have picked a better writer to replace James Robinson, and I’d like to think the reveal created by Robinson at the end of last issue was made specifically…

Earth 2 #16 review

Wow.  When Earth 2 has finished its run, regardless of how long or short it may be, I think I’ll look back on “To The Victor…” as the point where the series…

Earth 2 #14 review

Now that’s what I’m talking about!  This is the issue that I was dying for last time around, which I guess makes it all the more sweet.  Just look at that cover;…

Earth 2 #13 review

Well this issue completely threw me for a loop going forward in the Earth 2 universe, and I think “1,370°C” highlights everything I dislike in this series.  It hurts me for to…

Earth 2 #12 review

In the previous issue of Earth 2, Khalid Ben-Hassin fully accepted his role as Doctor Fate, and set out with Flash to defeat the evil sorcerer Wotan.  Wotan is holding Jay’s mother…