Everyone has questions for Greg Pincus, the world's newest-and most accidental-superhero. But if Greg thought dealing with groupies, paparazzi, and the po-po was maddening, wait until he meets the self-important, sniping League of Defenders!
In the world of Indestructible, superheroes are revered as celebrities, and Gregs newfound fame makes for several odd interactions (many orchestrated by Barry) with people in public. As in the last issue, the dialogue is spot-on, the pacing is exceptional and there is a growing cast of likeable characters to become invested in. The art has improved some as well; Garron and Garcia get to show off their action chops a bit. Though an undeniably ominous last page hints at a more somber tone in the next few issues (hint-hint: villains!), the ride has been a blast of hilarity thus far. Read Full Review
Indestructible explores the world of superheroes in a fresh and interesting way. There's a super villain plot in play but it's not quite clear yet. Greg's story is really enjoyable, but hopefully the two narrative threads start tying together a little more closely. Read Full Review
Indestructible #2 is a very entertaining read, that captures the imagination of superhero hopefuls while playing with the slacker genre. There's a lot to like but there are some blemishes along the way. Recommended. Read Full Review
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