One has to give Marz credit, though, for humanizing the cosmic circumstances with the narration. Of course, Marz created Kyle Rayner as an everyman kind of hero, so it makes sense that he'd opt to explore the story through his eyes. I like that amid the dimension-hopping insanity, Kyle dwells on his history with Donna and his jealousy regarding Jason's bad-boy flirtations with her. Still, those small touches of characterization are far from enough to distract from the book's many shortcomings. Read Full Review
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