The reborn Martian Manhunter has refused to restore Earth! Instead, hes decided to make a new home for himself on the Martian world thats taken our planets placemuch to the displeasure of Mr. Biscuits!
Martian Manhunter #8 is a wild and crazy comic that was a ton of fun to read. Williams, Barrows and Eltaeb aren't holding back when it comes to making this story big and there is a blazing conclusion on the horizon, if issue #8 is any sort of indication. This comic is not your standard super hero fare, and I'm excited to see where the team takes this story next. Read Full Review
Volume 2 of Martian Manhunter doesn't appear to be off to quite the same propulsive start; instead of picking up where the momentum of volume 1 left off, they seem to be starting from scratch and building up a whole tempo. Read Full Review
While I've been loving the Martian Manhunter series in general, I do have to say that this issue might have been the straw that broke the camels back in terms of stacking story after story into this arc without having any payoff yet because I found myself being confused as hell at all the developments and pleading with the book to explain itself even just a little bit. There is some good stuff here though and as always the art is fantastic.......... I just better start getting some answers to what's going on soon because goddamn am I lost at times. Read Full Review
This was not a series I thought would turn into straight-up silliness. Some parts read like a bad anime. All in all it's not terrible, but this has gone from great to drop-worthy in the space of two issues.
With the complex plot, one could easily imagine this comic becoming a confusing mess. However, Rob Williams has done an amazing job (and continued in #8) with keeping things clear for the reader. I'm greatly enjoying this run and can't wait to see what is going to happen to J'onn and all of his counterparts!