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Ever wake up on the wrong side of the bed? Well, have you ever woken up to discover that you've given in to your evil side and taken over your hometown? Superboy has. And as much as he wishes it were just a dream, the stakes are all too real! Guest-starring Lex Luthor, Tim Drake, and introducing "The New Titans!"

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Choose Your Destiny 0

Superboy destroys all of Smallville… or does he? Find out in my 300 review! (Spoiler: I won’t let you know in this review is he destroys Smallville or not. Read it yourself to find out) The Good The first thing you notice about this issue, the second you pick it up is that there are two very different, yet distinct art styles by Marco Rudy and Daniel HDR. One style is more of the traditional art (HDR) and the other is very surrealistic, and looks like it was done in watercolors (Rudy). Ma...

9 out of 9 found this review helpful.

is it real or is it... 0

The plot:  Superboy wakes up to a world that is at its end or is it? The Review:  Well after last months side step into the Reign Of Doomsday crossover we are back to the Superboy that Jeff Lemire has been developing since the start of his run.  Connor seemingly wakes up in a world that has been or is in the process of being destroyed.  He is to blame...How did this happen?  At first I thought I missed an issue when flipped through the book in line at my LCS but upon reading it, all is explaine...

6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

Smallville in Chaos 0

The Good: This is only my second issue of Superboy, and yet I didn't feel too lost. It definitely calls back to some running threads, but doesn't snob you away if you're not caught up.I picked up last issue because of Reign of Doomsday, and I only kept on for this issue because of Marco Rudy's art. I was first exposed to it in Superman/Batman #76, where I fell instantly in love with it. Rudy does an amazing job with surreality, and yet he doesn't get caught up in it. You can always recognize his...

6 out of 6 found this review helpful.
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