In this issue the origin of Solomon Grundy is told and expanded upon as we are given scenes from his past including some familiar scenarios as seen through his eyes. This book turns out to be nothibng more than a prologue for his mini series.
I think I couldgo ahead and give this one a solid good grade. Not knowing too much about the character, I was able to learn afew things. I thought the book was far more interesting than exciting, and the art was a fine fit to the story.
I did not like this as much as the Kobra issue, but it still holds its own.