Well that fight was a let down The final chapter of Superman/Supergirl: Maelstrom is both awesome and disappointing.Â For four issues weâ€™ve been building to the battle of the century, but what we get is another life lesson everyone can learn from.
Itâ€™s man against nature, and nature looks like it is winning With the Death of the New Gods, Superman disappearing in Trinity, and Supergirl going through whatever Supergirl is going through at the moment, youâ€™d think another book featuring Superman, Supergirl, and the New Gods would not be high on my radar.Â For the last couple of weeks, Iâ€™ve been looking forward to Superman/Supergirl: Maelstrom, for the great art, the compelling story, and the fact it gives readers a break from the complicated goings on in the main Superman titles.
A little family time is good for the soul Supergirl had a pretty rough time when Darkseidâ€™s psycho groupie showed up on Earth looking to kill Superman.Â Had Kal-El not arrived in time, Kara might have found herself on the receiving end of the icy cold fingers of death.Â Instead Maelstrom was sent packing back to Apocalypse, leading Clark to think it would be a good idea to do a little cousin bonding.
Continuity be damned If you miss the Good Olâ€™ Days of DC Comics where the hero would battle the bad guy, then youâ€™re wish is answered in DCâ€™s Superman/Supergirl: Maelstrom #1.Â If you donâ€™t miss the Good Olâ€™ Days of DC Comics, prepare to be angry. Is your blood starting to boil?Â Be calm and chant with me now; Continuity doesnâ€™t matter. Continuity doesnâ€™t matter.Â Continuity doesnâ€™t matter. Ah…