Doctor Spectrum is one of those manchild type characters with an immense amount of power and a need to live his life as he sees fit, which means mostly in search of pleasure and entertainment. While he's a fairly standard flawed here in a way, it's a bit different because of his age and how he deals with others on the team. It's a bit more true to how someone would handle things with that kind of power and how it would affect them but it doesn't make him an interesting character and the results here certainly reinforce that. I liked Nuke a lot, even with his aggressive flaws, so getting some closure here definitely helps. But like Power Princess, they're just supporting the main story here rather than being a driving force along with Spectrum. It made me wish more time was spent with the guns storyline than this one, but at least this closes out Nuke's storyline a fair bit. Read Full Review
And I have absolutely no desire to read a comic based on blaming white people for everything. Or even about black/white relations. The world isn't black and white. America isn't black and white. It is brown, red, yellow, black and white. The two fastest growing groups in America are Hispanics and Asians. Plus you have plenty of other groups coming to America like Indians and Middle Easterners. Life isn't black and white anymore. I don't even have a desire to read a comic book about race relations between mi gente and other people. It make for a boring comic book. I can read the newspaper if I want stuff like this. Read Full Review
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