Ah, I see. I only read issue 10 once so after that last pic of Supes in the firefighter gear, I thought it was the first-Superman in disguise kind of watching how Kal-El, who is the first "Superman" in people's eyes, operates before he makes a big impact on his life. That drawing and set up doesn't matchup too well and could confuse the reader, as it did.
One page of Rags' work makes up for all the other pages of any other artist's work I've seen on Action. I'll take whatever I can get. I would like to see entire issues completed by him, but I'm certainly not going to complain that I'm getting anything at all.
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could adam blake be superboys third dna donor?
Dont mess with the "S"
I think this thread demonstrates the problems this book has.
-The back-up is very much at odds with the main (it's always kind of cutesy stories that require little thought and leave you with a smile)
-The art is very much a problem, and people here are debating over just the ONE artist. There's even worse problems when Clark is drawn as A)normal, morales, B)supes, morales, C)normal, walker, D)supes, walker. AND NONE OF THEM LOOK THE SAME.
There's a fill-in artist in Sept (who actually looks all right, google him). SO: please fix this in october, DC.
The comic is just getting interesting as Morrison's foreshadowing kicks up a notch.
New/Uncanny/Young Avengers, Cap, Daredevil, FF, Hawkeye, Thor, Uncanny X-Force, Uncanny X-Men, WatXM
Who is the fill in?
Ah, Ben Oliver.
His work is good but, again, lacks a little of the personality and a lot of the energy that I'd like from this type of book.
Gonna plug Aaron Kuder again as a replacement, but would love it if Rags could step up and do something more consistently. If not, perhaps just put him on a special Annual.
I very much like Oliver's cover for #0! But not sure he's the right fit for interiors.
This was just amazing! I like how the first Superman broke down how powerful this Superman is. After reading that, I felt a tear form up remembering how the present Superman had his ass handed to him by Anguish. I hope Grant stays longer than 16 issues!
I thought the fill-in jobs by Ha and Kubert were of superior quality. I doubt either of them are coming back any time soon but I would certainly welcome them.
Ha, yes. Kubert, not so much.