Squadron Supreme: Bright Shining Lies (Supreme Power #11)
Lets you join the writer as he welcomes superstar-in-the-making Marco Checchetto as the Squadron enters a bold era. This title collects 'Squadron Supreme' (2008), numbered 7-12.
Paperback, 144 pages
Published September 2nd 2009 by Marvel
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Pretty poor effort here. The author imbues his characters with so little variation of persona, in a story overwhelmed by a large superhero cast-list that the story just falls flat. Not that there is much going on here beyond groups of super-heroes knocking seven bells out of each other. Maybe some people like that sort of thing. If that's your cup of tea then... fill yer boots.
Jul 09, 2013 Shannon Appelcline rated it 2 of 5 stars
This volume started off strong, with the return of the old guard. But then Chaykin managed to first anti-climax the Hyperion plot, then anti-climax the whole series with a deus ex machina that doesn't make much sense. I'm hoping that the next volume of Squadron Supreme totally ignores this Chaykin crap.