Overall, this book is brilliant. It is not flashy or mindblowing, but it is similarly perfect science fiction; a touch of the unreal mixed with realistic characters dealing with said unrealism. I give the book a four out of five; make sure you get your hands on this! Read Full Review
"Rann-Thanagar: Holy War" has potential to be something, but I'm not quite sure it knows what it wants to be yet. It's almost as though DC had some leftovers and threw them at Starlin, saying, "Make us a masterpiece." Starlin could do that, but he's going to need to really set this thing cranking in the next issue in order to gain momentum and make a readable story out of this. As Augie alluded to in his column last week, building upon the thoughts of Tom Spurgeon, decisions are going to have to be made soon by consumers between gas and comics, or comics and other requirements. Clocking in at $3.50, this one's losing that fight for me. Read Full Review
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