I suppose it is only a matter of time before there is a big enough team to get to the actual Crisis. I don't think Supergirl is going to die. But now I am worrying about Jay Garrick. The old saying is 'you can't have a Crisis without a Flash dying'. Maybe he dies and somehow Impulse returns, dons the Flash guise. This book is really clicking on all cylinders. Read Full Review
Although this isn't the strongest issue, I still think you should pick this up if you've been following Season 11. A lot of important stuff happens and sets up the Crisis to come. (Yeah. THAT Crisis.) We get some really cool Easter Eggs. The first of which is getting to see Martian Manhunter throw Earth 2 Bruce into a cell with Curtis Knox/ Vandal Savage that was only hinted at on the TV series. We also get the first Smallville appearance of Dick Grayson, albeit a one panel cameo. Wonder Woman returns and Batman joins the Justice League! Next month begins a new mini-series in the form of Smallville: Lantern, which won't be covered here unless Batman shows up. That doesn't give you an excuse to not give it a buy. Read Full Review
The ease of which Superman beats the Monitor here took me a little by surprise (isn't this the same guy who was mopping the floor with the Man of Steel just last issue?), but Smallville Season Eleven: Alien #4 ties up all the loose ends (including quite a bit of epilogue involving Bruce finally agreeing to join the JLA), and even gives us a little of Lex being Lex (causing tomorrow's trouble). Worth a look. Read Full Review
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