Superboy #11

    Superboy » Superboy #11 - Brothers-in-Harm! released by DC Comics on September 2012.

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    SUPERBOY’S spent his whole short life in the clutches of N.O.W.H.E.R.E. – so now that he’s free, where will he live? How about NEW YORK CITY?

    Guest-starring TEEN TITANS teammate BUNKER as they try to stop the rampage of the monstrous DETRITUS!



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    THE GOOD: The art is really good. Instead of seeing an issue filled with Superboy in suit, we get to see him in normal clothes and R.B. Silva draws that fairly good. I also really liked the background detail in this issue. I really like the facial expressions in this issue and I think that they always convey a lot of emotion and humor. The story is a little lacking but fairly good. I really like seeing Bunker trying to teach Superboy about how to like things and that he needs to find things that...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

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    Superboy #11 ReviewOverview:Superboy and Bunker team up in New York CityThe Good:The story is pretty good, Superboy is up to his usual doesn’t-understand-society shenanigans and it brings a very humorous aspect to the character that is noticeably absent from other representations I have read and it is fun. Bunker is alright, he does a lot of exposition and puts a spin on it but nothing really sticks out about him.Scott Lobdell is credited with the plot here and the story overall is pretty fun, n...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    Apathetic Robot Emotions 0

    I'm starrting to remember why I wasn't so concerned when I started to fall behind in Superboy... For starters, visually, it's not the best. R.B. Silva's artwork is generally good in action, but his facial expressions tend to be REALLY off, ESPECIALLY for Bunker.The key problem to this issue though, is apathy. Nobody seems to be too concerned to make any deal out of anything. Superboy is pretty chillax about his insane living quarters, and Bunker seems to have little true concern about Superboy s...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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