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Cosmic Odyssey Book One (1): Discovery

by Jim Starlin

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Book One of a four-part story in which Superman, Batman and a few other earthly heroes are summoned by Highfather of New Genesis to join forces with Darkseid against a nearly all-powerful entity, the Anti-Life. The entity is trapped in another dimension, alone, but has managed to send four Aspects of itself to our universe to destroy four solar systems (including ours), destroying the balance of the galaxy and releasing the entity. The heroes are dispatched to the trouble spots in four teams of two. As usual, the major interest in this series is the interaction between extremely different superheroes who would normally never interact, but are forced to by a common menace. This is well-handled, and the artwork is decent enough. I find Batman's role the most interesting, being the physically weakest of the heroes, but in several ways their superior. ( )
  burnit99 | Feb 20, 2007 |
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