Superior #3

    Superior » Superior #3 released by Marvel on February 1, 2011.

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    Who is Superior? Where did he come from? And who the hell is after him?!? MARK MILLAR (KICK-ASS, NEMESIS, CIVIL WAR) and LEINIL FRANCIS YU (SECRET INVASION, NEW AVENGERS) continue the non-stop excitement of their all-new super hero series. If you liked KICK-ASS and NEMESIS--do yourself the greatest favor you could ever do. Don't miss SUPERIOR!

    Simon continues his new identity as Superior. He is now running around the world stopping disasters, and the news media finally gets wind of him. Plus a villian is revealed.



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    Millar and Innocence In the Same Sentence? I'm Impressed 0

    The Good: While each new Millarworld title has been less and less plausible, they all manage to capture that spark of 'realism.' Essentially, what would happen if Superheroes and/or Supervillains existed in the REAL world. Never before have I seen a comic that so captures such a realistic reaction to the emergence of superheroes. And Millar has done it 3 times now. After testing out his powers, 'Superior' goes on a worldwide hero spree, and the news captures every bit of it. The public's reactio...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    Dun-dun-duuuuuuuun! 0

    I remember when the first issue of Superior came out. I excitedly bought it and read it when I got home. It was good...but not great. Second issue came out, it was better, but it still felt like Millar was .. getting boring. But, I won't give up on a comic after two issues. One or two more issues would help me decide if I should keep this on my pull list. So issue 3.  A lot better. I enjoyed the way Millar told the story. I enjoyed the story. It felt like the comic was getting on track. The art ...

    1 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    Adventures 0

    Simon is living up to the most with his new condition, saving people everywhere from all kinds of trouble - that´s when you see how oiled and harmonic a creative team is, it´s time like these that a writer - such as Millar - knows how to pass the ball to the artist - Leinil - in order to maximize the potential of the writing and Leinil really nailed in this issue, I dare say this was the best work of him so far (and I´m a huge fan of his work back in the X-Men) - Leinil pencils a large variety o...

    0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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