Does DC have any ideas? I mean, any whatsoever? Reading this comic, it seems like the last three crises were just used—as far as Superman is concerned—to reboot Zod as a villain. I mean, he’s a psycho bad guy again here. It’s so incredibly tired at this point, who do they think cares?
Even when the mystery supervillain shows up at the end, it’s another “who cares” moment. I know James Robinson gets geek cred for Starman and Golden Age but he’s the guy who wrote The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen movie. Maybe he’s past his prime.
Speaking of past his prime… what happened to Pete Woods? I used to love his work and here, it’s so polished and shiny there’s no personality (or particular detail). Maybe he’s just overworked.
It’s a weak, dumb comic… Robinson can’t even write a good “This is a job for Superman” moment.
Invaded; writers, James Robinson and Sterling Gates; artist, Pete Woods; colorist, Blond; letterer, Steve Wands; editors, Wil Moss and Matt Idelson; publisher, DC Comics.