Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Some thoughts about Superman #26

Superman and Superboy will have to learn to work together.

After their fight against Manchester Black, Clark has fears about what could happen to his son but he will have to realize that some things need to happen.

One-and-done story and it works wonderfully.

Michael Moreci handles this story by focusing on the relationship between Clark and Jon. The characterization is pretty solid since the writer develop pretty logical and understandable traits for both father and son considering what they have been living lately which create pretty interesting parallels to how Clark used to interact with his own father.

Most importantly though, the writer depicts this in a pretty heartwarming way. He does understand how a likable relationship between father and son should be portrayed and while some of it is a bit too idealized, it makes sense this is Superman we're talking about. All of this culminates in a pretty important and charming lesson.

Scott Godblewski is in charge of the pencils and his work is pretty solid, particularly during the most personal moments, the action scenes are not so well detailed but they're still serviceable.

Good stuff, nothing can go wrong with this book.

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