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When N.O.W.H.E.R.E. assigned Superboy to put down an alien prison riot, they couldn't have suspected his powers would bring the entire prison down on top of him. Inside the wreckage, he'll find a mysterious – and gorgeous – alien who could help him escape… but does she want to? Meanwhile, Superboy's handler, Rose Wilson, is about to discover that she is connected to the origin of her "assignment" in a way she never imagined!

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Turn the beat a POW 0

Wow, when I first started to read this book I thought it would be another brooding old fashioned, "What am I", type of book. I was ready to let this be my last issue, but that was before I cracked the cover. What I found was a fun, understandable and almost relate-able Superboy. His inner naration is fascinating, he is like an autistic child he doesn't understand the world around him and from that confusion leads to his own discovery. He is written like you think he would be written, an ignorant...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

I Diamond That's Still Pretty Rough 0

The Good: Thank the stars they got a MUCH better cover artist. And Shane Davis is no stranger to drawing the Supers. His work on Superman: Earth One was pretty solid, and he keeps it up here. The House of El crest is placed front and center, even upside-down, its very iconic, and things are thrown on their head on the links between Superboy and Superman in this issue. Superboy's pained expressions is intense, and the positioning of everything is just excellent. The juxtaposition in the first sce...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Miss. WHO? 0

Superboy #1 and #2 have been good but with an amount of flaw. Superboy #3 has really changed my opinion of the series as a whole.  THE GOOD: The art is very clean and I think that it is okay. The story is the really good part of this. I really like seeing Superboy wondering how to work his powers. his inner dialog is well written and I really think that Superboy is going to be a interesting character to read every month. I was really happy when I say who "Red" was. I think that having her join t...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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