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- Publisher: DC Comics (May 25, 2016)
- Publication Date: May 25, 2016
- Sold by: DC Comics
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01DKZ7SG0
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Top Customer Reviews
It's exactly the kind of story that could only happen in the DC universe, and the kind of story that could only happen in comic books.
Along the way we see hints of what is to come this summer. The return of some characters and intros of new ones. The New 52 Superman having died allows the return of the classic Superman. The hook of it all is that someone very powerful stole ten years of time from the DC universe during the Flashpoint event that led to the New 52. It is assumed to be Dr. Manhattan. That's right, now the Watchmen are part or are going to be incorporated into canon.
A good first chapter but hopefully the overall arc wont bog down every single title.
First off, the art work is just breathe taking.
Secondly, having only a vague familiarity with what was going on in the DC universe, I found that there was a lot of things I just had to conclude based on what was going on (like there never being a Wally West in the new 52 universe). Despite that, I never felt lost or like there were things I didn't understand. As a primer for a new continuity, this works quite well.
After reading this, I went and grabbed several more of the available rebirth issues (all still cheap!) just to check them out. At $2.99 an issue, I'll probably keep buying a few titles, just see how they go - something I've never done before. So well done, DC. You've gathered at least one new customer.
Rebirth aims at returning hope and heart, sadly missing in the past few years, to mainstream comics. I don't know if this can last but it is a big step in the right direction. If Johns can manage to not "kill" any major characters just to boost sales, or have yet another company wide chaos-over he might just bring about something I haven't seen in years--comics I want to read. Good luck.