I’m back on board with this issue. It was well written, there was a nice bit of humor, solid story, and tremendous art. Scott Lobdell is truly a great writer and Soy and Gandini are a magnificent team on the artwork. A big thumbs up to the team for this issue. Include it in your weekly pull.
This chapter in the Jason, Brother of Wonder Woman, arc is well worth your time. I wish the overall storyline had been better plotted in previous issues because I had high hopes for the writing of James Robinson. This installment has me back on board and invested in the plot. Now...can DC get a consistent art team together and show this title the respect it deserves?
With this huge event happening in the DC Universe right now, this issue contributed its piece to the puzzle. I have no complaints. Pick this issue up, especially if you are following the Metal story closely….and if you’re not, you should be.
DC Comics made the official announcement this morning that Brian Michael Bendis, known for his monumental work with Marvel Comics, has signed an exclusive, multiyear deal with Marvel's top competitor, DC Comics.
The story is rather intense and fast paced considering it’s the first ever introduction to the character, which is suddenly cut to an end, leaving you gripped and hanging on for the next issue. Going back to reading old comics, really is a breath of fresh air.