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    Lex Luthor is a pro at breaking man's laws, but when he leads a raid on one of Gorilla Grodd's bases and breaks The Law of the Jungle – "Don't Mess with Grodd" – can he make it out alive? Or will he become Grodd's latest meal? Plus, this issue kicks off an exciting new co-feature starring Jimmy Olsen by up-and-comers Nick Spencer (Existence 3.0, Morning Glories) and R.B. Silva (SECRET SIX)! Get ready for an entirely different look at Metropolis – courtesy of Superman's pal!


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    Holy mistaken Identity! 0

      This was a great issue.  I really loved all the Gorilla Grodd stuff.  I really like Lex Luthor's quest for the rings of power.  It's really cool.  The art in this book is first rate.  I REALLY like the dialog in this issue, it smartly written and snappy.  There aren't really any flat or throw away panels.  I REALLY want to read the next issue with Death in it.  I think it will probably be either the best or worst issue yet.  Based on this issue, I would REALLY like to see Grodd in some other b...

    5 out of 5 found this review helpful.


    The Good: The title of this review says it all. Grodd says one of the funniest yet awesome lines of all time. I will cherish this comic forever just for that alone. XD Sean Chen's guest art is similar enough that it's not a jarring difference from Woods' art. It's incredibly hard to convey the greatness of this but the whole plot is amazing. You can see the scale of Luthor's awesome planning ability and actually pick out all the little clues peppered about as it progressed. I was extremely impre...

    5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    Kneel Before Grodd 0

    This is a very fun issue to read. As other reviewers have pointed out, the Gorilla Grodd/ Luthor battle of wits is filled with great writing and a gonzo sense of humor, that's an absolute pleasure. It's got a weird timeless/vintage style to it that's all it's own even in the little details like the font on the cover. This issue of course leads into the widely publicized presence of Neil Gaiman's Death in Action Comics. That alone was worth the price for a self-proclaimed Sandman-holic like mysel...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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