Super Sons #9 review

The boys complete their first intergalactic/dimensional mission as “Planet of the Capes” draws to a close.  This is the second big arc on the title and, while it still has its charms,…

Super Sons #8 review

Join Metropolis’ favorite son and Gotham’s… Robin as they traverse a dangerous new world.  Can Superboy and the Boy Wonder make their way back to Earth?  Just where in the universe did…

Super Sons #7 review

Despite their best efforts, the Teen Titans are in a state of disarray.  After suffering a loss at the hands of the appropriately-named Forgotten Villains, the team has retreated to regroup and…

Super Sons #6 review

A funny thing happens anytime I read Super Sons.  I go into it expecting some great action and writing, which I get in spades, of course.  What seems to slip my mind,…

Super Sons #5 review

Imagine this: you’re the son of Batman, gifted with the opportunity to be his crime-fighting partner Robin.  You’re smart, cunning, and resourceful, and you have access to some of the coolest gadgets…

Super Sons #4 review

This is a testament to how great this book is: even with a chapter that doesn’t reach the highs of its predecessors, I still had more fun reading it than just about…

Super Sons #3 review

Last month, I said this might be my favorite book on my slate right now.  Yeah, I think I can eliminate the “might be;” Super Sons is great, and I look forward…

Super Sons #2 review

Super Sons accomplishes something that too few comics do these days: it is pure joy.  From beginning to end, this book is an outright blast, and even though it’s only in its…

Super Sons #1 review

After what seems like an eternity, Super Sons is finally here.  There’s been a lot of anticipation building up to this title, and… you know what?  I’ll just cut to the chase:…

First Look: Super Sons #1

There’s been a lot of great stuff that’s come out from DC in the past seven or eight months, but I think I speak for a lot of us when I say…