By Philip Schweier
Mar 7, 2018 - 4:01
Together, the four expect to investigate matters, but that’s assuming someone else doesn’t have a different agenda. More DC analogues are introduced, though I prefer to keep their identities secret in the interest of maintaining a spoiler-free review. You’re welcome.
Bennett paints a picture of happy-go-lucky teens on a romp, but with enough social conscience to support pirate radio stations throughout the free world. Well, good for them. Heaven forbid they enlist in the WACS or WAVES. But I get it, without these “heroes,” there would be no Bombshells. Or am I wrong?
But to the credit of Sandy Jarrell, the art this time around is much stronger. In launching a new story arc, perhaps the artist was able to start fresh, after the last one got bogged down. I suppose Jarrell wouldn’t be the first comic book artist to lose interest in the story they were drawing. Thankfully, that doesn’t appear to be the case here.