Fire & Ice: Welcome to Smallville #6

Writer: Joanne Starer Artist: Natacha Bustos Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: February 7, 2024 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 5 User Reviews: 6
7.5Critic Rating
3.5User Rating

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It's all-out chaos in this action-packed finale, and the hits are coming from all sides! Fire and Ice's pasts have come back to bite them (literally!) and the fate of Smallville itself hangs in the balance! Will the power of their friendship and superheroic prowess be enough to rally locals and villains alike in an effort to save the Superman's hometown? Or are there some messes that are simply too disastrous to ever clean up?

  • 10
    AIPT - Piper Whitaker Feb 6, 2024

    After striking gold with each issue, the creative team behind 'Fire & Ice: Welcome to Smallville' craft a perfect ending to a perfect book. I'm excited to see where these creators go next. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Comic Watch - Anthony Bergamini Feb 6, 2024

    Fire & Ice: Welcome to Smallville #6 fantastically concludes one of the most unique series to come out of DCs current publishing line. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    ComicBook.com - Nicole Drum Feb 7, 2024

    The book is a bit silly, but also really fun and heartfelt. It's a blast throughout and hopefully we'll get more adventures from these two. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    Geek Dad - Ray Goldfield Feb 6, 2024

    The all-star here is definitely Bustos' distinctly Kevin Maguire-influenced art. Read Full Review

  • 3.0
    Weird Science - Gabe Hernandez Feb 6, 2024

    Fire & Ice: Welcome to Smallville #6 ends the ill-conceived mini-series the way it started - badly. Starer's pitch and execution are fully terrible, several plot points make no sense, and the finale only partly resolves the myriad of conflicts, but not the most important one. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    derbycomics Feb 7, 2024

    From the first page of Issue #1 this book wasn’t shy in being a campy best friend story which didn’t take itself too seriously. It never lost sight of that mentality over the course of its run and ends here staying true to that same mindset. Was this a deeply philosophical character study? Not in the least. Was it dripping with heart, offering tender character moments while putting its main duo in situations reminiscent of the I Love Lucy episodes? You bet it did!

    Joanne Starer’s finale ties up the plot nicely (which had gone off the rails in spectacular fashion), bringing the two best friends back together and giving the rest of the background characters, including Martha Kent, a great sendoff. Starer’s ability to create more

  • 2.0
    thecimmerian Feb 8, 2024

    I gave this an extra point cause it's finally over and that is the best part of this book. There was no point, meaning, humor, excitement, heart or soul to this series. My God.

  • 1.0
    Von Esper Feb 6, 2024

    Awful. Terrible writing and dialogue. A slap in the face to Fire and Ice fans.
    I can't believe critics read this and actually thought it was good.

  • 5.5
    ComicWorm Feb 7, 2024

  • 3.5
    Watchtower022 Feb 17, 2024

  • 1.0
    Sup3rsa1yan1990 Feb 12, 2024

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