Like Toil and Trouble, DC Comics: Bombshells stands on the strength of its characters and the force of its writer's voice. Bennett continues, in a particularly big way, to craft a world of honesty, heroism, and support with some pulpy zombie one-liners to keep things fresh. The art is hit and miss and some readers will be utterly bored by the lack of serious plot progression, but, with the Bombshells coming together and into their own, this is a strong issue of a fascinating series. Read Full Review
This issue builds a good amount of tension as the Tenebrae army rises. The family drama with Supergirl and Stargirl creates an additional element to the story. Add in a Lovecraftian horror waiting under the sea and it makes everything that much more complicated for the heroes and that much more interesting for us as readers. Read Full Review
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