Brightest Day #2

    Brightest Day » Brightest Day #2 - Nuclear Options released by DC Comics on July 28, 2010.

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    Nuclear Options last edited by Superkitty on 07/31/21 10:22PM View full history

    BRIGHTEST DAY continues, but in ways you can't possibly expect! What does BRIGHTEST DAY mean to the DC Universe? Is everything from here on out going to be bright and shiny? No, BRIGHTEST DAY means something else entirely, something we can't tell you...yet. But we can tell you our heroes will need to rise up more than ever to combat the forces of evil, and a select few will uncover a secret that binds them ALL.


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    Little New Information, But Still Makes For A "Bright Day" 0

      The Good The Martian Manhunter scene with Dr. Erdel’s daughter that is heartwarming and well written. There is a murder scene that comes out of the blue and shocks the heck out of you. It really has a lot of meat to the scene that makes the scene seem very real, and brutal. The death masks of Hawkman and Hawkgirl are really cool and the thought that they are looking at masks made of plaster over their dead faces from another life is quite fascinating. This makes for a really good section. Th...

    5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    Not New User Friendly 0

    So let's see. Four stories. One about Firestorm, one about Hawkgirl and Hawkman, one about Martian Manhunter and one revolving around Aquaman and Deadman.  Being a noob to the DC Universe, I was really lost here. I enjoyed the Firestorm story and it gave me a decent idea of what was happening. Hawkman and Hawkgirl explained a little and got me more interested in what is to come. The Martian Manhunter story left me in the dark. I had no idea what was going on or who was who. Whoever the crazy lad...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    Brightest Day #2 - The jakob187 Review 0

    Despite the amazing Finch cover art that this issue happens to bear, Brightest Day #2 is definitely a bit of a weak link.  The first two issues of this event definitely grabbed me by the balls and did everything possible to keep me interested.  A lot of it had to do with a good pacing, as well as a decent length of features with "The Twelve".  Issue two, unfortunately, lacks even a decent pacing and tries to rely on huge reveals in order to give itself some form of credit.  To start, those looki...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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