Image © Ahoy Comics. Written by Tom Peyer, art by Peter Krause,
colors by Andy Troy, letters by Rob Steen.

I was a little disappointed in the first issue of this second Wrong Earth series because it lacks the crossover element between the two worlds, but it’s growing on me. Earths Alpha and Omega and their respective hero versions have both been corrupted by versions of Devil Man into turning on their partners, both called Stinger. While in one storyline Stinger is up to the challenge, in the other he’s been given a long-awaited excuse to rebel against his mentor. I like the way each story involves moral challenges as well as action, and the grim and gritty version plays nicely off the cheerful one. Of the text features, the one by Matt Brady was the most interesting to me.


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