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Squadron Supreme #7

By Hervé St-Louis
January 21, 2007 - 17:31

The serial killer Redstone has been hired to take America’s war on terrorism spearheaded by the Squadron Supreme back to America. As Redstone is nearly a match for Hyperion, the fight turns deadly and many die as a consequence. Can Hyperion and the rest of the Squadron stop Redstone in time or will his bomb destroy all of Los Angeles?

Redstone is a great villain. It’s like reading the Joker fight Batman, but with the exact physical might of Batman. In this case, the characters are of course Superman class combatants and any move they do threaten the lives of people around them.  Redstone has thought of everything he would need in order to stop Hyperion. It’s a good thing too and makes this gigantic fight a little more dirty and entertaining.

Frank’s mastery of facial expressions, good storytelling and well choreograph fight makes the story more than entertaining! It is a flawless and unrestricted super hero versus villain slugfest. Sibal’s inking adds a gritty feel to the entire story as opposed to Franks usual clean inks. Considering Redstone’s dirty fighting style, Sibal’s work can only improve upon Frank. This series can be slow at times, but when action starts to kick in, it does for real.


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