Action Comics #6 (2012) Comic Review - www.impulsegamer.com -
Action Comics #6 (2012)
Writer: Grant Morrison / Artist: Andy Kubert

 

Review Information

Reviewer: Jose Castellanos
Review Date: Feb 2012

Comic Information

Publisher: DC

7.5

out of 10

 

Morrison goes all Morrison on us in "When Superman Learned to Fly." To be fair, however, this is not one of those psychedelic trips that leave readers scratching their heads afterwards; with some careful attention, the story makes sense and is fun to read. More geared towards long time readers, this issue brings present-day Superman and a mature version of the Legion's founding members together, in a mission to save baby Kal-El's rocketship five years in the past, where Action Comics is taking place -see how it's weird, but not so much?

Having the Legion be a part of Superman's past -and vice versa- in this new continuity is such a relief, because it avoids all the workarounds DC had to come up with back in the 80's to explain the team's legacy. Andy Kubert's artwork is another reason to get this comic; despite a few awkward faces here and there, his style is one fans can always count on to be top quality. The story ends with everything in place for the series to pick up where issue #4 left off. Good read.






 
 



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