By Philip Schweier
Nov 8, 2017 - 4:04
There’s a lot of convincing to be done here, and it appears Clark is finally convinced that Jor-El is who he claims to be. But the readers may feel otherwise; I certainly do. Even for a Kryptonian, his powers seem off the charts.
But to no great surprise, the trail of madness doesn’t end with Jor-El. It seems there is yet someone else pulling the strings. Is it the mysterious Oz, or someone else altogether? Future issues will tell.
previous issues, this story is written/drawn by the exact same creative team.
It’s almost as if they worked on them concurrently, with no break in between.
It’s helped maintain a consistency of narrative, but of course it’s seldom
sustainable, so as the story continues, I wonder who will be at the drawing
board. If it is someone different, now seems as a good a place as any to change
up the art roster. (ESPECIALLY on the cover. This issue by Nick Bradshaw and Brad Anderson is awful).