Before he received his godlike powers, Captain Atom was a military man an Air Force pilot. Now, he's being recruited again to serve his country as only he can. But will Captain Atom go along with his new role as a weapon of mass destruction?
The only real disappointment in this book is that it opens and closes with more generic "creepy monster" action. The action itself is well-rendered, but I'd love for the skulking, unnamed threat to reach this title's forefront so that it doesn't seem like we're being teased by a phantom plot. The creative team to be settling into a nice groove at this point, though, and I wouldn't hesitate to support a purchase for readers who might be on the fence. Read Full Review
I'll admit that I'm still a tiny bit perplexed on why a "Captain Atom" book ended up being one of the re-launch titles, but so far it's holding my interest just enough to keep me going. I'd like to see the pace pick up a bit, but for now the foundation-building is strong enough that that's not a critical change needed. Still, so long as Williams and Villarrubia are on board, I think I will be, too. Read Full Review
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