It's a mystery in space as Superman, The Suicide Squad, and
The Challengers of the Unknown encounter a frightening extraterrestrial
life form. Could the hideous creature have anything to do
with the sense of impending doom all the heroes are experiencing?
Meanwhile, pilot Hal Jordan is grounded, while post-war America
faces a monstrous threat older than time. Will this challenge
bring America and its heroes back together or tear them apart...?
DC: The New Frontier is
not quite as entertaining as the events that unfolded in Volume
be honest, I have to admit that I had a bit of a problem focusing
on this collection.
not that it's heavy going, just that I didn't feel anything
for the characters (unlike Volume 1). However, once
I'd read it through once - and was a little lost - I decided
to read it over again. This certainly helped to get things
in order and the result was a satisfying read. However, how
many people will want to read this again - if they've managed
to struggle through it the first time - is debatable.
art work is well above average. And the repro job is better
than most of the graphic novels currently on the market.
is certainly not a book for comic readers who are not familiar
with Green Lantern, The Flash or Martian Manhunter - there's
just too much going on to anchor a new reader into this universe.
But if you are up to speed on these characters then you'll
probably find this a blast.
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