Supermassive #1
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Supermassive #1

Writer: Kyle Higgins, Ryan Parrott, Mat Groom Artist: Francesco Manna, Igor Monti Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: February 23, 2022 Cover Price: $5.99 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 12
9.2Critic Rating
8.9User Rating

2021's hottest new superhero RADIANT BLACK launches into his first ever crossover event with the Image Comics debut of INFERNO GIRL RED and the first appearance of ROGUE SUN! The future of Image's superhero universe is here!
Power Rangers: Shattered Grid architects KYLE HIGGINS & RYAN PARROTT, MAT GROOM & FRANCESCO MANNA from Marvel's Ultraman, and colorist extraordinaire IGOR MONTI unite for a one-shot, extra-length crossover event so big it can only be called-SUPERMASSIVE.

  • 10
    But Why Tho? - Collier "CJ" Jennings Feb 23, 2022

    Supermassive #1unites three different heroes in a blockbuster crossover event, launching a new tokusatsu-inspired superhero universe in the process. Not only is this one of the best comics I've read over the years, but it also gives this year's crop of upcoming superhero films a run for their money. Read Full Review

  • 10 - Matthew Aguilar Feb 23, 2022

    Supermassive is filled to the brim with eye-popping colors and style, and that three-page splash towards the end needs to be a poster because that is sensational! Throw in a banter-filled road trip and witty dialogue and you've got yourself one hell of a great time. Don't make me say I told you so later, go read Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    GWW - Joseph Gilmore Feb 22, 2022

    Overall, Supermassive #1 delivers on its promise to be a superhero event like no other. There is so much room in this universe for Higgins, Ryan Parrot, Matt Groom and others to showcase their skills and deliver outstanding stories. There is no doubt the characters introduced in Supermassive #1 will go on to have their own wildly successful titles, which one can only hope will spawn even more books. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bookcase - Anna Bailey Feb 23, 2022

    There are some pieces of media that are made to feel nostalgic as if their purpose is to remind you of the things you loved, of your childhood, and of a time when you werent worried about bills. Supermassive achieves just that. Read Full Review

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