Thursday, December 2, 2010

One Good Thing And One Bad Thing About Brightest Day #15

GOOD THING: The story presented here - taking place 25 years in the future with J'onn as the protector of a reborn Mars - is phenomenal and would have been the great basis for an Elseworld's tale. As it is, the title is a clear misnomer as the roots of this story lie more in Alan Moore's For The Man Who Has Everything than Whatever Happened To The Man Of Tomorrow?

BAD THING: Naturally, the whole thing has to be spoiled after the perfect last page, where we're treated to a two-page scene involving Starman, Congorilla and... freaking Firestorm.

The Final Verdict: Skip the last two pages and this is the best issue yet. Include them... eh, and it's still pretty good. Can we have a J'onn solo series please?

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