I was really thrown away by last problems since where I believed we had ourselves a really strong first twenty five problems of the show, where at times I believed a few difficulties were somewhat down, Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason actually showed me by creating everything tie together to the Dark Dawn arc, where Jon finally learned how to fly and we saw our Kent Family moving on to Metropolis. We then had a one-shot and then last problem we proceeded into this particular arc, where it had been some of the funniest stories I ever read, while also shoving down American history your thoat and also letting you know what’s wrong with the current state of our nation. . Spoiler warning, bits of shit are what is wrong. Anyhow, let us go into this problem so we can end our Fourth of July jaunt and hopefully get back into a proper Superman #29 review. Let’s suffer through.
Alright, I went through all the sites the Kent Family went to see in the prior issue and for this one I refuse to do it so let me only say, they moved around and watched things in Washington DC, where we all heard things about America and the only things that I gleamed from that narrative besides that I think I am supposed to try and be a better American after reading this is, Lois Lane’s Uncle died in the Vietnam War and that is what inspired her dad to join the military and once our Superman family visit Gettysburg, they fulfill a family that goes there each year to wish their ancestor, who died in flash flood, who’s body wasn’t found a happy birthday.
That’s all that I got for you. This matter and the last were nonsense. Also read this : Superman #27 review
Superman #28 Review & SPOILERS
Written By: Peter J. Tomasi, Patrick Gleason
Art By: Scott Godlewski, Gabe Eltaeb, Rob Leigh
Cover Price: $2.99
Release Date: August 2, 2017
Bits and Pieces:
The artwork was decent in this problem, but the remainder I could severely do without and hope that we never need to see another Superman arc like this again since it was just a great deal.
Score : 5/10