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Review: Trinity #9

Review: Trinity #9

May 22nd, 2017 | by Kyle King

Trinity #9 saw the start of a new story arc for the titular trio, as well as the return of Francis Manapul to the authorial and artistic duties. The opening installment of Dead Space took the series in a distinctly differently direction, and ComiConverse contributor...

Review: Action Comics #963

Review: Action Comics #963

September 17th, 2016 | by Kyle King

Action Comics #963 began a new story arc for the pre-Flashpoint Man of Steel this past week. Now that Doomsday has been dispatched, writer Dan Jurgens and artist Patrick Zircher have turned their attention to the persistent mystery lurking in the background. ComiConverse’s Superman writer,...

Review: Superwoman #2

Review: Superwoman #2

September 16th, 2016 | by Kyle King

Superwoman #2 came out on Wednesday, following up on the blockbuster finale of writer and penciller Phil Jimenez’s series debut with a story whose title asked: Who Killed Superwoman? ComiConverse’s Krypton correspondent, T. Kyle King, assesses whether the second issue answered that question adequately. Lois...

Review: Superman: American Alien #6

Review: Superman: American Alien #6

April 26th, 2016 | by Kyle King

Superman: American Alien #6, the penultimate issue of writer Max Landis's boldly original take on "a guy named Clark Kent from Kansas, who is an alien", came out last Wednesday. Each installment pairs Landis with a different graphic artist to tell a separate vignette from...

Jimmy Olsen, Rebirth and Diversity in DC Comics
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Jimmy Olsen, Rebirth and Diversity in DC Comics

March 6th, 2016 | by Kyle King

The DC Universe is on the verge of a line-wide Rebirth, which DC Comics chief creative officer Geoff Johns insists will be “an echo of the past, but looking to the future” that “is definitely for comic book readers more than it is for casual...

Review: Superman #47

Review: Superman #47

December 28th, 2015 | by Kyle King

DC Comics is wrapping up its Justice story arc, in which Superman, after having his powers reduced and his identity revealed, attempts to piece together the conspiracy connecting plot-lines from multiple comic book series. Our Man of Steel writer, T. Kyle King, brings us his...

Review: Superman #46
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Review: Superman #46

November 29th, 2015 | by Kyle King

Left with fewer powers and no secret identity by Truth, Superman has begun to track down the many enemies who are conspiring against him in Justice. On Wednesday, the story arc continued as the Man of Steel worked to locate HORDR in Superman #46 by...

Review: Bizarro #6

Review: Bizarro #6

November 23rd, 2015 | by Kyle King

Bizarro and Jimmy Olsen have taken a road trip to Canada using a map that guided them straight through the Silver Age. The final installment of Heath Corson’s and Gustavo Duarte’s six-issue limited series was released this past week, and ComiConverse’s Superman writer, T. Kyle...

Justice League Review: Superman Joins The Darkseid War

Justice League Review: Superman Joins The Darkseid War

November 8th, 2015 | by Kyle King

Darkseid is dead, and some members of the Justice League have been granted god-like powers as a result. Individual superheroes are wrestling with these sinister new abilities in The Darkseid War, and ComiConverse's Superman writer, T. Kyle King, has taken a look at the God...

Review: Bizarro #5
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Review: Bizarro #5

October 25th, 2015 | by Kyle King

Heath Corson and Gustavo Duarte are sending Jimmy Olsen and Bizarro on a road trip to Canada, and their Silver Age-style buddy comedy continued in Bizarro #5. Our Superman writer, Kyle King, is along for the ride, and he reviews the mismatched twosome's most recent...

Jimmy Olsen: 75 Years of Superman’s Pal

Jimmy Olsen: 75 Years of Superman’s Pal

October 23rd, 2015 | by Kyle King

DC Comics has spent the last couple of years commemorating the 75th birthdays of some of the industry giant's most venerable superhero comics characters, but there is one glaring omission. Our Superman writer, Kyle King, offers some suggestions on how to correct this error. Superhero...

Review: Superman #44

Review: Superman #44

October 1st, 2015 | by Kyle King

DC Comics’ ambitious Truth storyline came to a close this week with Superman #44. Our Man of Steel correspondent, T. Kyle King, examines the fourth chapter of Gene Luen Yang’s and John Romita Jr.’s, Before Truth. Lois Lane has revealed Clark Kent’s secret identity to...

Review: Bizarro #4

Review: Bizarro #4

September 19th, 2015 | by Kyle King

Jimmy Olsen and Bizarro are taking a trip to Canada by way of the Silver Age, and their journey continues in Heath Corson’s and Gustavo Duarte’s Bizarro #4. Our own T. Kyle King is following along, and he writes from the road to review the...

Review: Bizarro #3

Review: Bizarro #3

August 24th, 2015 | by Kyle King

Heath Corson's and Gustavo Duarte's Bizarro #3 was released last week and the latest chapter of Bizarro's and Jimmy Olsen's zany road trip to Canada was well worth the wait! The previous issue ended with the unlikely duo in a Wild West ghost town, populated...

Review: Bizarro #2

Review: Bizarro #2

July 5th, 2015 | by Kyle King

Bizarro #2 by DC Comics is on the shelves and we have complete review for you here on ComiConverse! Bizarro and Jimmy Olsen continue their cross-country road trip in the second issue of Heath Corson’s and Gustavo Duarte’s limited series, which hit the stands earlier...

A Bizarro & Jimmy Olsen Road Trip

A Bizarro & Jimmy Olsen Road Trip

June 10th, 2015 | by Kyle King

Bizarro and Jimmy Olsen take a road trim in Bizarro #1 by DC Comics. I'm not ashamed to admit it. I love the Silver Age. Following Fredric Wertham's assault on crime, horror, and superhero comics and the resulting Congressional hearings on juvenile delinquency, in the 1950s,...

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