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    Superior #1

    Superior » Superior #1 - One Magic Wish released by Icon Comics on December 1, 2010.

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    One Magic Wish last edited by njg5595 on 09/06/18 09:49PM View full history

    Simon Pooni had it all going for him: plenty of friends at school, good looks, and his coach called him one of the most talented basketball players he's ever seen. But that was when he could still move his legs. Now he's living with multiple sclerosis, missing all the little things he used to take for granted, and escaping into the world of movies and comics with his best friend. Then... SUPERIOR entered his life.
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    Millar Goes Back To Basics. Well done! 0

    Mark Millar is known now a days for two things: Civil War & His creator owned line "Millarworld". It was "Millarworld" that brought us fantastic concepts like Wanted and War Heroes, this line also brought some more criticized work (even though it was great) like Kick Ass and the unbelievably bad Nemesis. Some may argue his best creator owned titles were the early stuff like Wanted and some others enjoy the movie optioned super violent Kick Ass. But we can all agree that even his recent creat...

    4 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    Astronaut Monkey? Did I Wander Into an Issue of Umbrella Academy? 0

    The Good: As with ny Millar work, and surprisingly no matter what artist he uses, the art has a sort of gritty realistic quality that doesn't lose itself in being overly gray and bland. The little deconstruction of Superman at the beginning is interesting, if predictable, but I can see Millar's setting up to come back as some sort of dark punch line. I just can't tell what that's going to turn out to be, what with the severe curveballs he tosses in here. It's always good to have a sense of what'...

    3 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    Superior is nearly Superior to Millar's other work 0

    Unlike Nemesis, Superior is more than just fun and games. While Nemesis is an enjoyable comic, its not that great. Kick-Ass Nemesis and Wanted all have a standard plot, we have seen it a million times. While Superior isn't completely different, a sick child getting super powers, Millar is able to pull it off. The art is as good as ever, but that is NOT the only reason to pick this up. This is at least a pick-up.  The Good: - Art is as good but not fantastic - Millar has strayed from the Usual - ...

    3 out of 5 found this review helpful.
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