Every other Countdown tiein, with the exception of Search For Ray Palmer Wildstorm, left me with the feeling that it was a unique story and deserved to be told. At this point I'm not sure if this series needed to be anything more than a oneshot, but I'll give it another chance next month to prove me wrong. Read Full Review
Overall Havok is barely competent. Liam Sharpe's art works for what it is. Tieri's plot attempts to mock something while taking itself seriously, leading one to wonder how both goals are to be accomplished (the answer: neither). Even more annoying is the fact that this takes place prior to a Countdown issue released three weeks ago, leads into said Countdown issue and then continues beyond it. Why anyone would bother to rummage up a month-old issue of Countdown is beyond me. I can't understand how anyone in editorial would want a mini-series to rely on an outside title. It makes absolutely no sense. Read Full Review
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