If Waid sticks to his guns here and this book manages to meet expectations sales wise, then The Incredibles: Family Matters could go a long way towards legitimizing the validity of intelligent superhero comics aimed towards children. Here's hoping. Read Full Review
The mystery of Mr. Incredible's power loss is not solved in this issue, but this issue does provide enough action, interaction and characterization to offer up some additional subplots ideal for all ages "- whether it's the transformation of the Incredi-car or Violet's crush on the boy next door, there's something in this book every reader can relate to. The final page puts a dynamic new element on the table for the Incredibles to face in the third issue of this series -- an element that is sure to challenge this family like never before. Read Full Review
Overall, Incredibles #2 is a gradual improvement compared to the first issue, although it still has a ways to go. Maybe by issue #3 we’ll see some real progress because this series is surely one that can take advantage of the comic book medium. And if the Muppet Show can make the transition, then so can the Incredibles. Read Full Review
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