Maybe I'm being a stereotypical male in my inability to give Kendra's impassioned arguments the proper consideration, but to me her behavior in this issue is a bit like a laying into someone for stepping on the hem of your party dress while you both were busy escaping the burning building. I mean, does she serious believe that Carter dragged a crazed super-villain into her apartment and allowed himself to receive numerous life threatening injuries on purpose? I mean her argument would work far better if she had caught him sitting behind them in the movie theater, because at least it would be far easily to accept that he fully intended to intrude upon her happy little date. However this issue has her coming across as self-absorbed, and far too invested in her own life to notice that a crazed killer has nearly killed Carter. I simply can't make the leap that Geoff Johns does in this issue, as the scene where Kendra suddenly shifts gears from concern to outrage was handled in such a slapd Read Full Review
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