Superboy #4

    Superboy » Superboy #4 - Wise Men Need Not Apply released by DC Comics on February 2012.

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    Superboy has learned the truth about what he really is...and he's not taking it well. Alone in New York and surrounded by holiday cheer, it's a struggle to keep his emotions and his powers in check...and he's on a crash course with a dangerous pair of murderous young metahumans who are more like him than he might want to admit!



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    Super... WHAT? 0

    Scott Lobdell is a good writer and sometimes it comes across really well. The past issues you got a bit of the greatness come out, does issue #4 reveal the writer for the genius he is?  THE GOOD: I really like the art. It's simple and enjoyable. It's clean and really good. It has well established lines and it makes it look nice and simple. The story is the best part of this issue. I really like seeing Superboy fighting Red, and you really wonder if Red is a bad guy or are you just given a weird ...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    Superboy vs. The World 0

    The Good: It's not as brilliant as the last cover, but it's not bad at all by any means. It's got a very excellent overall layout, everything is balanced out great in a nice well thought out setup. And the joy of having Shane Davis on covers over Eric Calente hasn't worn off yet.  Caitlin Fairchild sets up some interesting hooks for future storylines. She'll be a really interesting supporting character, and I have no idea what side she'll be on in the future. She also teases some other stuff tha...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    A little emo 0

    This issue’s a little bit emo, but these Pinocchio plots always are. Superboy continues to try and figure out who he is and where he comes from and how he can fit in. We’re slowly being walked away from his sense of wonderment as he begins to feel and act as if he’s empowered. (emotionally) He has some interesting and fun to read outbursts in NYC. And I thoroughly enjoyed what happened when he met up with the Pulp Fiction Homage couple that was introduced in the last issue. I almost forgot - we ...

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