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"I suppose we can cut you a little slack, because you two really delivered with this issue, and hopefully, the rest of the series.

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Superman under the hands of James Robinson and Renato Guedes continues to be a stellar title. Get on board before you're left behind!

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Tim Truman needs to make up his mind and give this book an identity. At this point I'm just going to wait for the trade or stop reading all together.

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I agree with most of Kyle's points. The characters are completely forgettable – part of this is the Tony Harris' fault, the other is Mark Millar's for not giving them enough personality. So yes, this book is being kept more afloat on its concept/plot than the characters. But the last few pages, in true Millar fashion, are shocking – and that's enough to make me want to come back next month. Oh, and the dull color palette by J.D. Mettler is awful. Not a fan.

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Me? I hate to say it, but I've bought the first two issues already. I might as well finish it. But, I won't lie: I hate this feeling of obligation.

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I really can't say enough about Dan Slott's writing. It seems like every supporting cast member displayed here is utilized to some degree. Slott also goes a long way in solidifying Bobby Carr's persona while also exposing Dexter Bennet as the scumbag he is. Marcos Martin's art, once again, is lively and kinetic. The action, mannerisms, and expressions portrayed throughout the book (once again) prove why he's the perfect Spider-Man artist. He's got the technical skills of a veteran, a classical style that's universally loved, and storytelling that's almost unmatched. If you haven't done so yet, pick up this issue along with the past two. This is a classic Spidey story at its finest.

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After dropping the ball with last issue, it's nice to see this book back with its legs. We get minimal time with the Savage Land and more time with Earth's other heroes. Plus, the reemergence of Nick Fury is grand. But what's with the Rob Liefeld "bigger than me" gun?

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If you've been following this series, then you'll find yourself completely immersed in another mature and engrossing installment. This is the best team book Marvel's got going right now. And Chris Weston's art is stunning.

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Like Marvel's new series, The Twelve, Project Superpowers shines a new light on old characters, giving them a more dark and interesting modern spin. Shame on me for underestimating Alex Ross and Jim Krueger. Don't be fooled by the price tag on this book, you get a full 20+ pages of fantastic story and beautiful art. Easily the most bang you'll get for your buck this week.

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