john michael carter


Batman #46 Review: Time-Travelling Deadpool

Batman #46 Review: Time-Travelling Deadpool

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Booster Gold returns to this alternate version of Gotham a year later (in local time). His new plan is to introduce Catwoman to Bruce Wayne and convince him to accept the "true timeline." However, this version of Catwoman is…a little different. Meanwhile, this iteration of Gotham worsens, and Thomas Wayne develops health issues. […]

Action Comics #996 Review: Decent Story Hampered by Major Art Shift

Action Comics #996 Review: Decent Story Hampered by Major Art Shift

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Action Comics #996 finds Superman and Booster Gold at the mercy of an Eradicator drone once more. The two manage to dispatch the robot, and they find themselves in an unknown future on a world now called New Krypton (which is actually the same planet Jekuul from Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern […]

Action Comics #995 Review: On the Issue of Fathers

Action Comics #995 Review: On the Issue of Fathers

This will be difficulty, as John Michael Carter is a fugitive in his native time, and the Eradicator robot is still active.[caption id="attachment_774093" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Action Comics #995 cover by Dan Jurgens, Trevor Scott, and Hi-Fi[/caption]After what honestly felt like a bit of pointless faffing about in Action Comics #994, it’s good to see this[...]

Action Comics #993 Review: The Team-up I Asked For

Action Comics #993 Review: The Team-up I Asked For

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Superman has used the Flash's Cosmic Treadmill to return to the moment of Krypton's destruction. Mr. Oz claims to be Jor-El, Kal-El's deceased father, who got transported away from Krypton right before his death. Superman needs to know the truth. Upon his arrival, things start seeming wrong very quickly. Booster Gold arrives in […]