Supreme #64

Supreme #64

Writer: Erik Larsen Artist: Erik Larsen, Cory Hamscher Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: May 2, 2012 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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Following ALAN MOORE's final SUPREME tale, legendary writer/artist ERIK LARSEN takes up where he left off. Supreme's most hated nemesis, Darius Dax, has rallied a thousand versions of himself to face the Ivory Icon! Against such odds, Supreme turns to the Supremacy for aid - and ultimately the deadliest Supreme of them all! Is the world ready for the return of ROB LIEFELD's Supreme? A shocker!

  • 6.0
    Razorfine - Alan Rapp May 9, 2012

    I'll give Larsen credit for trying to do an amazing amount of work in terms of a tonal shift in only a single issue. In places he struggles, and his art is a little rougher than the more polished version we got in last month's issue that went so well with Moore's story. I liked the original character enough to stick around at least a couple of issues to see where Larsen plans to take him from here. Worth a look. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comic Addicts - Akshay Dhar May 8, 2012

    All in all, a good issue and one that fans will likely enjoy " but my guess is that till the next issue when Erik settles into his intended groove, we will all be waiting at the edge of the cliff. Read Full Review

  • 3.0
    Multiversity Comics - Walt Richardson May 3, 2012

    The promise of an unpublished Alan Moore story was enough to get the hype ball rolling on the relaunch of “Supreme,” but Eric Larsen has managed to kill every bit of momentum within the span of a single issue. It is not even a matter of the comic being noticeably bad; rather, it is so noticeably not good. Perhaps the idea of “What if Superman was a dick” is appealing enough to you to warrant buying this comic, but I guarantee that concept has been done to death, and by better writers than Larsen. Read Full Review

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