chap22 wrote:theh way his hands were glowing in that last page, i'd say there's possibly some Damage thrown in there too.
and i'm like Stephen Day...i can't say as i hate it, but it does take away the one thing that really made Al special and likable IMMO...his eternal underdog status.
also, y'all nuts. this book is gold. one of DC's better books these days.
Agreed. I understand some concerns with #3, because that issue was a bit choppy, but I've really been pleased overall with the book.
I mean, in four issues, we've gotten the origins of Flash and Green Lantern, have a decent idea what the Atom's origin is going to look like yet still see that he and Hawkgirl have some kind of link, seen the deaths of that world's Supes/Bats/WW, had Michael Holt cross dimensions and begin to get his ass kicked by Terry Sloan, and gotten a fairly decent clue as to what Solomon Grundy's all about.
In other words, while I do understand that sometimes Robinson's writing is a little stilted, there is really good pace to this book. It's not boring, and the things that are happening are linear in progression, make sense.
It's not a perfect book, but it is accessible and enjoyable, IMO.