Mister Terrific #8

Mister Terrific #8

Writer: Eric Wallace Artist: J.G. Jones Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: April 11, 2012 Critic Reviews: 1
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Mister Terrific takes on the technological monstrosity called Digitus in his final issue. To destroy his greatest foe yet, Michael may be forced to destroy Holt Industries! But as one enemy is defeated, another rises from a shocking source: the U.S. Government!

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    Major Spoilers - Matthew Peterson Apr 12, 2012

    While Static's last ish was a pretty good standalone issue (and a not-bad issue #1, in many ways) this book suffers from 'everything but the kitchen sink' syndrome, as the writer clearly had a lot of things that he wanted to get in before transitioning Mister Terrific into the world of the Justice Society. The art feels somehow rushed throughout the issue, with a lot of squash-and-stretch anatomy and some really puzzling images of Mister Terrific's t-mask, and even the upbeat ending (which does have me looking forward to Earth-2) doesn't overcome the challenges laid upon the story's underpinnings by asking it to bear far too much weight. Mister Terrific #8 is hampered by having too much story to tell and not enough pages to do it in, earning a mixed-but-primarily-positive 2 out of 5 stars overall. Read Full Review

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