"Supergod" #4 has a stronger narrative push than past issues, but it's only following through on the ideas set forth in the first three issues. Ellis and Gastonny give a vision here of superhumans as alien beings created by humanity but not thinking like humanity. It may not seem like it at the time, but this could be one of the most worthwhile superhero comics on the oncoming decade. Read Full Review
Some might say that this is an indicator that Supergod will ultimately work better in a collected format than as a series of single issues, but Im not so sure. Even if Avatar Press had released the story as an original graphic novel, I think there would still be the prevailing sense that the book made its point early on. Read Full Review
It might not be the most fulfilling book Ive ever read in terms of plotting and characterisation, but theres enough food for thought in these pages to make it slightly more intellectually nourishing than an average superhero title, and the generally high standard of artwork makes the most of Elliss bombastic action sequences and big ideas. Read Full Review
I concluded my review of the first issue by stating:rather than Supergod, I'd prefer to have Ellis complete the newuniversal series he had been doing for Marvel before his hard drive crashed and he lost all of his work. I want to finish reading his reworking of that old Jim Shooter and Steve Englehart material.I feel that preference for Ellis to return to newuniversal more keenly with each subsequent issue of Supergod. Read Full Review
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