@Deranged Midget said:
Still not convinced that Lobdell will do Superman justice. He's a terrible writer, Superboy is perfect proof of that.
Superboy #1 - 4/5 stars
#2 - 4/5 stars
Additionally, Superboy started out very well and ifanboy recommended that I pick up Superboy and I have been reading it since then. General consensus was that the issue got bad after Tom Defalco co-written it. I think #10 and #11 were one of the better issues.
IGN gave #9 - 7/10 and mostly 6.5/10 for the other issues.
Additionally the same team with Rocafort and Scott Lobdell that did Red Hood and the outlaws have been getting great reviews almost for every issue. 4/5 stars consistently on Comicvine. Red Hood and the outlaw also has a growing fanbase with 1580 members since its debut last year. Popular video bloggers like Nug and Cymek has also been giving the book tons of praises.
Additionally sales for all 3 of Scott's book were fantastic for the character. TT almost more than double their pre flashpoint numbers and is one of the titles with the lowest drop since #1. RHATO also more than doubled their pre flashpoint numbers if comparing to TT spin off book "Titans". Same goes to Superboy.
But I know, you're pretty biased cos you hate lotsa popular writers like Geoff Johns and Scott Lobdell. So... can't really convince you there.
YOUR OPINION IS WRONG! SEE IGN SAID SO HERP DERP. Lmao really?
I completely agree with midget, dropped Red Hood and Teen Titans, so mediocre, and the Red Robin mess? Not a fan of Lobdells, bit worried for Supes, especially with Grant leaving.
The fact that they're crossing over so soon doesn't exactly inspire confidence either.