And Then I Read: SUPERMAN 47

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Superman finally has it out with Hordr_Root, a computer villain with a far less interesting name than Brainiac, for instance. Hordr certainly is odd and unusual, but I don’t find him very menacing. When forced to stand and fight, he’s not that impressive. The best thing about this issue is the use of Jimmy Olsen as Superman’s friend, in more ways than one. That made it work for me. On the negative side, the great diversity in art styles by different artists again pulled me out of the story near the end.

Mildly recommended.

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