Death lurks all around us. Jon Kent and Damian Wayne look death in the face and discover Dynomutt is there to lend a paw. Who will live, and who will die in this week’s Super Sons Dynomutt Special #1 from DC Comics?

Super Sons Dynomutt Special #1Super Sons Dynomutt Special #1
Writer: Peter J. Tomasi
Artist: Oclair Albert, Fernando Pasarin
Publisher: DC Comics
Cover Price: $4.99
Release Date: May 30, 2018
It’s no fun for Jon Kent to be visiting Big City with his parents for the funeral of an old friend. So his best pal Damian Wayne decides to follow along and give him the inside scoop on the city. But when they go to meet Robin’s local friend, Dynomutt, they find him injured and in need of help. And Dynomutt’s human superhero companion, Blue Falcon, has seemingly turned evil. What’s the reason for this betrayal between once-loyal companions, and what role might the evil Red Vulture play in this scenario?

On the one hand, I’m a little irritated that they did grim and gritty Dyno-Mutt. On the other hand, it’s an effective story with a nice undercurrent of emotion.

The not-so-dry-eyes have it!Matthew's Thoughts

Don’t be afraid of death, and don’t be afraid of the Blue Falcon and Dynomutt!Stephen's Thoughts

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