Comics

Review: Superman #18

Review: Superman #18

March 4th, 2017 | by Kyle King

Superman #18 saw the light of day on Wednesday, beginning the highly anticipated Superman: Reborn crossover. The storyline's first installment was written by Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason, the latter of whom also pencilled the issue. ComiConverse's Man of Steel reporter, T. Kyle King,...

Review: Trinity #5

Review: Trinity #5

January 22nd, 2017 | by Kyle King

Trinity #5 arrived in readers' hands last Wednesday, continuing the series' opening Better Together arc with a tale called Deliver Your Children. The latest issue was the handiwork of Steve Wands, who did the lettering, and Francis Manapul, who did everything else. ComiConverse contributor T....

Review: Superman #15

Review: Superman #15

January 21st, 2017 | by Kyle King

Superman #15 brought fans of the Man of Steel the second chapter of the ambitious Multiplicity arc. Scripted by Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason, the most recent issue followed up on the storyline's opening installment with a full-fledged embrace of the daunting challenge of...

Review: Superman #14

Review: Superman #14

January 8th, 2017 | by Kyle King

Superman #14, which arrived last Wednesday, opened the Multiplicity arc for the Man of Steel. Artists Ivan Reis and Joe Prado joined storytellers Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason for a multiverse-spanning adventure, and ComiConverse's Clark Kent correspondent, T. Kyle King, brings you this review...

Review: Superman #52
1

Review: Superman #52

May 27th, 2016 | by Kyle King

Superman #52 was released on Wednesday, bringing to a close not only Peter J. Tomasi's Super League storyline, but also the New 52 and the post-Flashpoint incarnation of the Man of Steel. ComiConverse's Superman reviewer, T. Kyle King, takes a look at Do or Die,...

Review: Superman: American Alien #7

Review: Superman: American Alien #7

May 22nd, 2016 | by Kyle King

Superman: American Alien #7 arrived last week, concluding the miniseries characterized by writer Max Landis as “the opposite of All-Star Superman.” Wrapping up his sequence of “seven stories from Clark Kent’s life” in Valkyrie, Landis delivered on his ominous promise that “the most violent, realistic...

Yes No