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4.25 stars 4.25/5 Stars Average score of 8 user reviews

Get the hell off my planet! 9

Not you Pak, you stay and keep writing.GoodIn this issue we get to find out a little big more about Superman's Joker. We find out what 2 of the victims had in common. The ultimate irony being that by having saved them he's caused them to be the target of this maniac. Most wouldn't blame themselves for what happened to them, not Clark. He takes into consideration the political repercussions when he helps out the deceased General's cause and stands by the mourning fans of the pop star. One guy onc...

7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

Queen and Leaguer and God! Oh My! 1

I'm honestly very ill equipped to do this because I'm barely on volume 3 of this title, I'm also very tired and know very little about Wonder Woman (but then again the WW fanbase isn't really clear on what Wonder Woman should be). I did however buy the issue before this to get the jist of this arc.GoodI'm enjoying the dueling of responsibilities and how much she's got on her plate. On the CV review they said they didn't like her lack of confidence, but I didn't see that in this issue (either I'm...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Lobo+3 6

It hurts me to write this, not just cus I don't like being negative but because I was rooting for New Lobo. I love an underdog story. Good news first.GoodI'm digging the humor in this book and Lobo got to shine a bit more combat wise, against some mutant zombies. Some of the moments with his new sidekicks were good. I like seeing that Lobo's code is very important to him.BadThis issue was average at best. If it wasn't for the forced introduction of his sidekicks this issue would be filler. I un...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

He's a Hero 14

Well guys looks like Pak is two for two with his Superman work. He's also proved to me that he can write a more mature Superman twice this month. BM/SM has been a title that I myself haven't fully been able to recommend to people. Not because it's badly written (quite the contrary), it's just very out there and IMO dropped in quality after the first arc. But just like with Action Comics, I urge you to go out and buy this book now.GoodEVERYTHING! *clears throat* just can't contain myself over h...

8 out of 8 found this review helpful.

Date Night Over 14

It's finally here, the start of a a new creative team for DC's power couple. Peter J. Tomasi at the helm writing it with Doug Mahnke as the artist. And it seems like it's (literally) of with a bang!The GoodOne of the many complaints people have about this power couple is that the way the relationship started, is that it just kinda happened with no build up. It seems as if though Tomasi wants to revisit that and make it feel more natural. I think Tomasi has plans on rewriting these moments in fla...

11 out of 11 found this review helpful.

A great start to a spooky Arc 8

If your wanting to jump onto AC after Doomed or are barely getting into Superman comics, now is the time.Pak has completely won me over and IMO he's been the best Superman writer of the New 52 (slightly beating Grant Morrison). I've always thought Pak shined best writing young Clark, but this issue proves he can write him even in his more experience years. We see Clark (not Superman) help people rebuild their homes, he notices that they don't need Superman and feels that he doesn't want to take ...

6 out of 9 found this review helpful.

The L Word 5

Well folks, it's finally here. The last SM/WW issue before Soule joins the dark side (Marvel). Fitting considering this is the issue that wraps up what happened to our heroes post Doomed. A few months ago he promised that this would be a love letter to lover letters and damn did he deliver. It's got everything it needs: A heartfelt reunion, action, a lovers quarrel and a touching ending.The ReunionA heroes job is never done. So it's no surprise Clark would find Diana having just beaten Giganta, ...

10 out of 14 found this review helpful.

New Look, New Type of Bad Ass 12

As the New 52 has been famous for it's hit or miss recreations. It's either changing a sexual orientation or their race. For Lobo it was a complete re imagining from BAMF Biker to a more stealth based assassin. Before I answer the question if Cullen Bunn was able to make it work, I wanna say a little bit about where I stand with the character.FLASHBACK!!!When I was a kid I actually didn't watch superhero cartoons. It wasn't till I was in my teens that I actually saw the episode on Superman TAS ...

5 out of 6 found this review helpful.