Wonder Twins continues to be a charming blend of sweet and topical, a rollicking triumph for DC’s Wonder Comics line.
The art’s good. The story isn’t.
The overall composition of the issue is enjoyable.
A really fun, well-paced script that is brought to the page by artist Marco Castiello.
A fun issue that sets-up a substantial show-down for next issue.
Writer and artists occasionally bump into each other in an otherwise satisfying issue.
Superman, Superboy, and Supergirl go up against Rogol Zaar, General Zod, and their Phantom Zone army.
Big Barda and Scott Free tackle the Female Furies.
Brian Michael Bendis is at his most verbose in the compelling Event Leviathan #1.
Spider-Man: Life Story seemed like such a great idea on paper, but instead it’s a depressing tragedy, like this version of Peter Parker’s life.
A near-perfect issue of The Immortal Hulk that will leave your mouth agape in horror.
“My father always believed that suffering builds character, maybe he was right.”
Dani Cage catches Logan up on what’s been going on in the Wasteland since he’s been gone.