razzatazz's Supergirl #4 - Escape review

Get the sunstone

This is still quite an enjoyable series, but it is starting to fail itself by not being as accurate to an actual timeline.  Some series have taken the same approach, such as the Justice League, where the events of a few hours or days are compacted into the first few issues, but this series being in real time does not help it in this regard.  The pacing is still fine, but this series among all others feels almost like one that is happening in real time, so being spaced apart by four weeks is tending to drag on it a little.  Nonetheless the action within is still pretty exciting as Supergirl is first captive of Tycho and then with the help of an unknown technician is allowed to escape.  I am still liking everything about this series except for the kind of weird pacing, though with the revelations at the end of this issue it seems like that is soon to be fixed.  

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