Earth 2: Society (comic)

Earth 2: Society #13 review

As I was starting to write this comic book review, I kept thinking how it was a breath of fresh air reading this story...

Earth 2: Society #12 review

The war continues in our new Earth, as Captain Steel and Power Girl attempt to put things in order by trying to save the...

Earth 2: Society #11 review

Cat's TidBits: Our New Earth is not going so smoothly with a major war going to break loose and with the  Amazonians trying to take...

Earth 2: Society #10 review

Cat's TidBits: A couple of wars going on, but the real issue here is the betrayal of a few known allies that are now coming...

Earth 2: Society #9 review

Cat's TidBits: It's about to go down in New Gotham with wars left and right, but that's if the lack of natural resources in this...

Earth 2: Society #8 review

Earth 2: Society #8 review Written by: Dan Abnett Art by: Jorge Jimenez Colors by: Alejandro Sanchez   Cat's TidBits: Earth-2 is becoming just a little more complicated as our...

Earth 2: Society #7 review

Earth 2: Society #7 "Justice" Written by: Daniel H. Wilson Art by: Jorge Jimenez and Alisson Borges Colors by: Alejandro Sanchez and Blond   Cat's TidBits: New Earth has descended...

Earth 2: Society #6 review

Earth 2: Society #6 "Godhood" Written by: Daniel H. Wilson Art by: Alisson Borges Colors by: Alejandro Sanchez and Blond   Cat's TidBits: Doctor Impossible is here, but can these...

Earth 2: Society #5 review

During the original run of Earth 2, one of my favorite characters was Jay Garrick, who received his speedster powers from the dying Greek...

Earth 2: Society #4 review

Last time in Earth 2: Society, planetary overlord, interdimensional-traveler, and overall fragment of self-preserving pond scum Terry Sloan allegedly bit the dust.  I say...

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