jueves, 11 de mayo de 2017
Some thoughts about Superwoman #10
After losing her powers, Lana is not sure if she can do anything to help others but Clark's words will remind her that there is still a lot of work to do.
Well, this pretty much is just the same as the last issue.
Kate Perkins delivers a new chapter where she expands the characterization she gave to Lana during the last issue, about how she needs to continue helping people despite of the loss of her powers. There are several solid character moments, not only from Lana but also from both Steel and Natasha, particularly the latter whose past is finally being explored and will most likely continue to be revealed during the following issues.
That being said, I felt this issue was lacking in terms of plot. Sure, there was a lot of set-up about the return of Lana's abilities but aside from that, the story didn't move forward that much despite of the amount of content that was spent in that segment.
Stephen Segovia's artwork is beautiful with lots of interesting panels and defined characters.
Still not really good but not bad either, hope it improves.