There's a lot of somberness to be had in this particular issue because of the cancer side and the state of so much of the country even as it starts to recover and that drags things down, but it's as it should be since it's dealing with a post-collapse time frame. Seeing the good that's being done is a positive, but it's against the backdrop of so much bad having happened as well. There's a lot to like here when you get down to it but I still find Tom to be an odd choice to build on this early in things as the main focus. Read Full Review
Frank and Sibal's art was great! Initially, I was a bit negative about the art on Squadron Supreme. However, issue #2 has erased any and all doubts. This was a nicely drawn comic. I like Frank's facial expressions. He manages to put plenty of emotion and personality into the character's faces. I think that Frank's art fits the tone of Straczynski's story and Frank does a good job bringing Straczynski's story to life. Frank's art makes Squadron Supreme enjoyable to read. Read Full Review
Overall, this is a book with supremely under-utilized artistic talent. And it's not one that I can recommend, unless you're a fan of slow moving, watching paint dry, plodding along comics. If you like that type of comic, then this book it for you. If not, spend your $3 on something else. I know I probably will. Read Full Review
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