Recommended #12

Some more recommendations you might enjoy. The following are my opinion and do not reflect any organization or person.

DC Comics

Young Justice #2

The Adventures of the Super Sons #6

Action Comics #1007

Justice League Annual (2019) #1

Heroes In Crisis #5

Justice League #16

Justice League #17

These are available wherever DC Comics books are sold, such as Barnes & Noble or Amazon. If you’re looking for reviews of these and many others comic stories, you can check out the Caped-Joel YouTube channel.

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Invasion from the Appleverse by JasonGreenfield (ongoing story): The evil and goateed Henri, an anthropomorphic apple with an attitude, wishes to destroy Henry, an anthropomorphic banana from another reality.

Rhino Charge | Miles Morales #2 by Caped-Joel (YouTube review): The hero Miles Morales must team up with the villain Rhino to solve a mystery. This should be interesting…

History of NINTENDO CONSOLES: From the FamiCom to World Domination! by FootofaFerret (YouTube): A look at Nintendo and how they changed the gaming world (or more accurately kept it alive).

Joe Rover eBooks are available at many online retailers, such as Barnes and Noble, Apple Books, Walmart eBooks, and more.

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Side Effect by Cal1018 (ongoing story): A new drug hits New York. Everyone loves it, but it comes with a serious cost. Those who didn’t take the drug must now face the aftermath.

Multiverse Mystery | Justice League #15 by Caped Joel (review): The Justice League continues their investigation into the multiverse. This time a team looks into what is hidden in the Thanagar vault.

Crimson Trails by Shreya_VA (ongoing story): Aaron wakes to find his sister leaving the house. She soon vanishes without a trace. He must locate her, but his only clue is a necklace left by their mother. What is the connection?

Joe Rover eBooks are available at Barnes & Noble, Apple Books, and many other online retailers.

Super Sons Returns

I was looking through my YouTube feed trying to find something to watch during my break time when I came across Caped Joel’s video on the Adventures of the Super Sons series. I thought it had been cancelled, so I clicked on the video. Yeah, it turns out it is still cancelled but they are doing a short run to finish up what was already done.

It’s a shame that the series is ending because it was great to see Robin (Damian) and Superboy (Jon) team-up. It’s like reading a Batman and Superman comic only more…uh, teenage. The two aren’t young version of Batman and Superman; they have their own personalities; but at the same time, it kind of makes you feel like this is how Batman and Superman would have acted towards each other if they’d meet as teens. You feel like you’re reading a comic from “the good old days” but also reading a “modern” story.

It’s really entertaining to see what kind of mischief, misadventure, and more traditional heroics the two get involved in. The two make a great team and the stories are well written and well drawn. I hope DC will bring the series back one day in some form.

Joe Rover eBooks are available at Barnes & Noble, Apple Books, and many other online retailers.