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Action Comics
The current run of Action Comics written by Phillip Kennedy Johnson has seen Superman take his pursuit of freedom and justice to WarWorld, run by Mongul, in an attempt to free the captive, fighting slaves of the world A freedom, however, it seems that few want A confrontation of the simplicities summed up by Superman[...]
The Death Of Superman From DC Comics Today (Spoilers)
This week sees the publication of the much-teased WarWorld Saga with Action Comics #1036 by Phillip Kennedy Johnson, Sean Lewis, Daniel Sampere and Sami Basri which is pitched as "After learning of an enslaved race with mysterious ties to Krypton, Superman and the Authority travel across the galaxy to dethrone the new Mongul and liberate[...]
Superman Lois Lane
You know how Bleeding Cool said the other day that DC Comics was prepping a WarWold comic book series? Well, totally by coincidence, today's Superman: Villains sees Mongul returning on Warworld with Mongul Jr… and watching the news. While The Toymaker has been inspired by Superman's identity revelation to hand himself in. Only to be pulled out[...]
Mongul to Poop on Earth in February's Superman #20?
Just as Marvel Comics has been forced to resort to storylines about Wolverine having two dicks after making death irrelevant in the X-Men universe, DC will now also apparently go low brow, as the solicit for Superman #20 refers to Mongul using the planet Earth as a toilet. Look, we understand that sometimes, when you've got[...]
Twenty-Three Thoughts About Twenty-Three Comics – It Came, Astonishing X-Men, Black Manta, The Riddler, Mongul, Mister Freeze, The Walking Dead, Adventure Time: Candy Capers, Court Of Owls, Solomon Grundy,  Avengers, Fantastic Four, Harley Quinn, Avengers Arena, Kick Ass 3, Trigon, Sidekick, Killer Frost, Prophet, Manhattan Projects, Indestructible Hulk, Hit List And Robocop
And also reveals that supervillain prisons keep their costumes in a handy locker, ready for any escapes. The Riddler gives us a story of a man carrying out his plan to the letter… but his hat does seem to turn a sound effect into a question… Mongul revisits the very special flowers introduced by Alan Moore[...]