Tangent: Superman's Reign #5

Writer: Dan Jurgens, Ron Marz Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Shawn Hill Jul 21, 2008

    In the back-up story with Guy Gardner still sharing with his probable captors how much he knows, Pasarin does a very good job of capturing the insouciant and giddy flair of the Joker, who was the highlight of the original Tangent concept to this reviewer. He's definitely in over his head in the Nightwing facility, but this is a mystery that hasn't grown tiresome yet. While some of the underlying concepts of the Tangent universe dont make a lot of sense, the overall mandate to create a very different world out of familiar names is an intriguing one that keeps Dan Jurgens on his toes as he explores his many variations on the theme. The plot is advancing in a very formulaic way, but that's okay if the formula is a good one, and the sense that various threads might converge is slowly becoming evident. Read Full Review

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