Tuesday, May 31, 2016
In which we finally talk to local old salt Longfellow and discover the Synth city of Acadia. Then, in a desperate attempt to avoid the main storyline, we agree to help Mitch the Bartender with getting his cantankerous uncle to come to the safety of Far Harbor.
Monday, May 30, 2016
In which we hunt Mirelurks - first to repair the city walls and then to recover some lost fog condensers - before going out after the biggest, most dangerous Mirelurk of all... THE RED DEATH!
Sunday, May 29, 2016
In which The Mariner sends us out hunting Mirelurks (again) and we learn the legend of The Ship-Breaker before doing some work to fix up the settlement at the lumberyard.
Saturday, May 28, 2016
In which we return to Far Harbor (with our Power Armor helmet this time) and head out into the swamps, seeking Mirelurks for the gumbo pot. Then a little girl asks us to clear out a lumberyard full of zombies so she and her friends can build a homestead of their own.
Friday, May 27, 2016
Superman finally tracks down the mysterious villain who has been making his last few days so difficult. But he may face a more difficult battle when he gets home. It is then he and Lois will have to finally explain to their son Jonathan why they've lied about who they really are for so long...
The action sections of this issue are fine enough but where Dan Jurgens' script truly shines is in the interaction between Clark, Lois and Jonathan. Jurgens captures the essence of who Clark and Lois should be perfectly and Jonathan has grown into an instantly likable character under his pen. The artwork for this issue - provided entirely by the original team of Lee Weeks, Scott Hanna and Jeromy Cox - suits the story perfectly. Hopefully this story will continue to be as enjoyable in the post-Rebirth Superman series.