Jamie Remolde's Comic Reviews

Reviewer For: Comic Watch, The Batman Universe Reviews: 9
8.2Avg. Review Rating

This is a great opening chapter and at the same time it is a great jumping on point for readers that are not familiar with the Project Superpower universe. It creates suspense and mystery as the reader is trying to find out what is going on.

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This issue furthers the relationships of the al Ghul family, especially Talia and Damian. It provides a great mini contrast with the relationship of Ra's and his own mother. Things look positive for Damian and Talia, not so much for Ra's and Mother Soul. The storytelling is insightful and intelligent and the art is absolutely gorgeous.

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This is an interesting premise. Use classical characters, remove them from their time and update their looks and attitudes and see what happens. This story takes that a step further, place these updated characters and place them in a different environment and see what happens to them.

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This is a great story for both the experienced and inexperienced reader. One does not need to know the minute details of the myths to enjoy and the story is not bogged down with unnecessary exposition.

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This is a great opening chapter to the story. It grips the reader in action and mystery, and it looks like the status quo is being changed!

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I like more cerebral thought provoking stories. This is a mystery through and through, and after the first three issues there really aren't many answers. That will change in the next chapter.

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This story continues to be fantastic and enjoyable. There is more emotion and pathos than violent action, and that is unusual for a story such as this. I cannot wait for the next installment in the pages of Robin.

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Overall, this story and the arc had many good points, but unfortunately, the ending does not excite like many stories. This is just a last boss battle that leads into the next event. It is a shame that the excellent writing and development throughout the arc are lost with this ending. It is not forgotten; just put it on the back burner.

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The story is okay and the art is okay. Overall, I am left with the question of why this story needed to be told, much less in a prestige format miniseries.

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