Supreme Power #6

Writer: J. Michael Straczynski Artist: Gary Frank Publisher: Marvel Max Release Date: January 7, 2004 Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 1
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Mark Milton may not be the only one of his kind: The Atlanta legend known as the Blur has been discovered, and he and Mark have a lot to talk about. But Hyperion's encounter with the hostile hero Nighthawk may not go quite as well?

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    Comics Bulletin - Paul Brian McCoy Jan 18, 2004

    Havent I rambled on long enough? New storyline starts next issue! Grab it! Grab the back issues! Grab the trade when it hits! If you like intelligent, imaginative, insightful, innovative and whatever other complimentary word-that-starts-with-an-i you can think of, comics, then you shouldnt be missing this. Read Full Review

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jan 13, 2004

    Another issue where J. Michael Straczynski seems to be of the mind that the readers are going to stick with this book as he slowly assembles his cast and move them down the road that led to the group's downfall during Mark Gruenwald's original series. Now, to a certain extent this slower pace is helping the book as it does allow one more opportunity to think that the idea that there's more going on here than it would appear, as handing over an entire page to show Hyperion using his hand to block out the Earth, would seem to suggest that the character come to a realization that he's far too powerful to operating as a government lackey. On the other handing over an entire page so Hyperion can deliver a speech about racial harmony to Nighthawk seemed a bit excessive, though the art does a pretty fair job of capturing Nighthawk's shifting opinion of Hyperion's message. Still the issue does manage to nicely advance the theory that Hyperion's arrival was not a happy accident, but rather ther Read Full Review

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