Newly bonded with his alien armor, high-schooler Jaime Reyes must keep his symbiotic partner from enacting its mission: to conquer planet Earth. Can a teenager turn an alien weapon of mass destruction into a force for good?
I sampled all fifty-two of the titles when DC relaunched them and have since been trying to pare down that bushel to a more manageable bunch. Each and every time that I sit down to do that, "Blue Beetle" makes it into the top ten. It's a fun book with classic comic sensibilities and magnificent art, and should be top ten all over the place. The stories are entertaining and the characters relatable. If you're finding the relaunch overwhelming and looking for that foothold in the new DCU, this just may be the book for you. Read Full Review
Ultimately, though, Blue Beetle #3 doesn't offer much for readers that are anxiously awaiting a new adventure for Jaime; instead it's another issue that feels like we're running in place until we can get to the good stuff. Read Full Review