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All Star Superman
Ryan goes traditional this week as we go to the very heart of classical superheroes with Grant Morrison's All Star Superman
Batman & Robin: Batman Reborn
Batman is dead, long live the Batman! After Final Crisis the family of Bat titles took on a new direction with the death of the original Batman, Bruce Wayne. Here Ryan explores one of the emerging titles in Batman & Robin.
New X-Men: E is for Extinction
In early 2001 the X-Men, one of Marvel's flagship titles and hugely popular due to the early morning cartoon, underwent a surprising change at the hands of British writer Grant Morrison. The first arc entitled E for Extinction was loathed and loved in equal measure, here Ryan finds out why.

 


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