Supurbia Vol. 2 #4

Supurbia Vol. 2 #4

Writer: Grace Randolph Artist: Russell Dauterman, Gabriel Cassata Publisher: Boom! Studios Release Date: February 13, 2013 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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SUPES MEETS SOAPS! Caught red-handed and abandoned by Sovereign, Hella is faced with life behind bars until a surprise visitor offers her an unexpected alliance... Jeremy and Eli have safely returned to America, but who will rescue Batu from her persecution at the hands of the Daughters of Bright Moon?... Forced to choose between her estranged husband and her new love, Alexis makes a decision that will forever change the neighborhood... Don't miss the shocking conclusion to "The Villain Next Door" as the steamy new era of SUPURBIA continues!

  • 8.0
    Newsarama - Brian Bannen Feb 12, 2013

    Supurbia has been a consistently great read, taking the concept of a superhero soap opera and turning it into an engaging ongoing series filled with interesting characters, exciting conflicts, and strong characterization. Even with its frantic pacing, Supurbia is a well-executed series with a unique take on the superhero genre, and easily a consistently good buy. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comic Booked - Christof Bogacs Feb 20, 2013

    After the intensity and near perfection of Supurbia #3, issue #4 can't help but seem a little dull in comparison. It's not that it's a bad issue " quite the opposite. It's just very much an expected slump after a packed previous issue. If you're already reading Supurbia then obviously you'll want to pick this one up as it contains a lot of key plot points but if you're a new reader then this really isn't the place to jump on. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comic Bastards - Steve Paugh Feb 13, 2013

    Still, Randolph does an excellent job at juggling all of the elements within this complex story, which has been building for some time now, and is able to do so by keeping it fresh with a quick wit and superhuman levels of characterization. Combine that with Dauterman's classic yet cartoony art, and Supurbia #4 continues this title's ability to shine as one of my guilty pleasures. Read Full Review

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