Supreme Power #3

Writer: J. Michael Straczynski Artist: Gary Frank Publisher: Marvel Max Release Date: October 8, 2003 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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Mark Milton is finally introduced the public as their great American hero -- but Washington Herald reporter Jason Scott has begun to uncover what the U.S. government has hidden about Project Hyperion.

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Oct 8, 2003

    I like the idea that the revelation of Hyperion's existence was the subject of debate, and that the people involved in deciding whether to make the world aware of him were allowed to engage in petty little debates like the costume design the character would wear. I also enjoyed the efforts of the reporter to uncover information about this secret government project, as the page where he has to deal with the conspiracy nuts with their crackpot theories, while at the same time being exposed to the occasional insight about the project was a fun way of showing readers the mountain of crud he has to slog through to uncover the truth. We also get a rather amusing scene where we see the result of his request for information using the freedom of information act. However, the most engaging part of this issue I found, was the scene where we see the reporter asking the harder to answer questions, as we see Hyperion is deeply troubled by his lack of knowledge about his past, and the last page makes Read Full Review

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