Action Comics #881

Action Comics #881

Writer: Greg Rucka, Sterling Gates Artist: Pere Perez Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: September 16, 2009 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 2
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"The Hunt for Reactron" starts here! Spilling out of the stunning finale of "Codename: Patriot," Supergirl and Flamebird find themselves at each other's throats! What's happened to these two childhood friends to put them at such odds, and can Nightwing calm them down before the situation escalates? And just what are they going to do about all of the guys who are surrounding them? You know, the guys in the tanks? Continued in SUPERGIRL #45!Plus! James Robinson and Greg Rucka's Captain Atom co-feature continues! What is happening to Captain Atom, and more important, what's happening to his mind? Team Breach is on hand to lend some answers, but Atom probably isn't going to like them. Featuring the gorgeous art of CAFU!

  • 10
    Comic Book Bin - Andy Frisk Sep 17, 2009

    By this point if Johns, Rucka, Robinson, Gates and company have been reading these Superman Family title reviews recently, theyve probably all gotten some of the biggest ego boosts theyve ever gotten from the reading of a review. They deserve it though. As a reader of Superman comics for 20+ years, Ive never enjoyed, been inspired, and thrilled by a Superman storyline as powerfully as this one. Keep up the great work guys! Read Full Review

  • 6.7
    IGN - Dan Phillips Sep 16, 2009

    Unfortunately, Action Comics #881 doesn't boast nearly enough plot substance to call it a success. The character's eventually revert to the clich? that began the issue on such a tired foot, and in the end the only real development to occur involved a change of setting for the Kryptonians run-in with anti-Kryptonian forces. Combine that with another ambiguous Captain Atom back-up feature, and I was left wanting a lot more from this comic. Read Full Review

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