Palmiotti and Gray do more than write a generic super-hero's story. They create a character that's smart, strong and courageous. Amanda Conner compliments the team of Palmiotti and Gray with absolutely gorgeous artwork that respects female anatomy and sensuality. Kudos also to Paul Mounts whose lifelike fleshtones become very important for this chapter of Terra. Read Full Review
The only other big issue with this series is the timeline. Terra/Atlee has already appeared in a couple other titles, which may have caused some confusion among hardcore readers. I'm looking at this series as an origin special regardless if the title character has appeared in other books. Surprisingly, I like the second outing more than the first. It's not a slam dunk must read, but it is good enough to earn Terra #2 3.5 out of 5 Stars. Read Full Review
New titles in the DCU would stand to do well by paying attention to how this book integrates itself. Gray and Palmiotti bring a knowledge of the DCU (and bravery to use that knowledge) to this title featuring a character that could easily be self-published elsewhere. By using Power Girl in this story (PG learns Terra's "true" name as the two seem poised to become pals) Gray and Palmiotti are building their own little corner of the DCU, if nothing else. Read Full Review
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