Earth 2 #8

    Earth 2 » Earth 2 #8 - Lazy Sunday released by DC Comics on March 2013.

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    Lazy Sunday last edited by magicman620 on 01/31/21 09:36PM View full history

    The alien war criminal Steppenwolf returns! It’s been five years since he lead the forces of Apokolips against Earth — learn what he’s been up to since then!

    Plus: What is the dark secret behind the last Amazon of Earth 2?



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    Seem less the tyrant 0

    I keep telling myself that I am not a series regular on this title and then I keep reading it every month, so maybe now it is time to finally admit to myself that I am reading this series.  What does it for me is that the covers keep drawing me in, and as a Wonder Woman fan, this cover did that more than most.  The underlying concept here is pretty well executed.  Earth-2 is basically a story about the Justice Society, even if it is not referred to explicitly as such.  One of the common themes o...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

    Earth 2 #8 0

    SummaryThis month’s issue is another one-shot which introduces the “Last Amazon” of the Earth 2 universe. Moreover, this issue provides insight into the disappearance of Steppenwolf and gives more depth into how other nations dealt with the war against Apokolips. This issue is certainly setting the stage for things to come.What I liked· Classic Robinson pacing and dialogue: James Robinson knows how to direct a scene, pace a story and write realistic dialogue, the latter being something even the ...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

    Furious Frenzy 0

    Earth 2 is a series that lends itself well to side story issues like this. James Robinson has an entire Earth to build, and sometimes you need to take entire issues to develop certain parts. I absolutely loved the way this is shaping up at the start, and I'm excited to see more issues like this.There are some nice easter eggs for longer DC fans, right off the bat we have Markovia once again being a troublesome sovereign nation. Seriously, it attracts chaos like a magnet; and I could be wrong, bu...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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