Tag: comic review
Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps shows no signs of slowing down, as this issue kicks off a new story arc that seems just as promising as Robert Venditti and Van Sciver's work on the last arc, "Fracture".
Superman #28 doesn't meet the standard of story telling that Tomasi and Gleason have set during their run so far, but that's not to say it's all bad either. There is great value in the Kent family moments presented here, but unfortunately these moments can be drowned out with the heavy history lessons that feel like a chore to read through.
Green Arrow #28 tells a good story about Oliver's mission in Metropolis, with solid characterizations of both Superman and Lex Luthor, and excellent art from Juan Ferreyra. This is the best issue of Green Arrow in months.