[ Reading ] ➿ Superboy, Volume 1: Incubation Author Scott Lobdell – Anguillais.us

Superboy, Volume 1: IncubationAs A Part Of The Acclaimed DC Comics The New 52 Event Of September 2011, This New Volume Of Superboy Takes Us To The Labs Of Project N.O.W.H.E.R.E., Where The Scientists Thought He Was Just An Experiment And A Failed One At That But With The Combination Of Kryptonian And Human DNA, The Clone Turns Out To Be Than Just Set Of Data When His Stunning Powers Was Revealed.Written By Comic Industry Veteran Scott Lobdell, This New Title From The DC Comics The New 52 Lineup Follows Superboy As You Haven T Seen Him Before Collecting Superboy 1 7.

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  1. says:

    so here in the most recent reset of the DC Universe, we get a new ish origin of Superboy although only the recent Superboys have been clones, this version sticks with that concept which is fine by me, I ve always liked Clone Superboy although insane, bloodthirsty Superboy Prime continues to be my personal favorite and I will always see him as a sort of personal life coach.it s a crazy postmodern world these days in the DC comic business with so many iterations of so many characters and so many new characters that are actually old characters from other comic companies bought by DC sometimes the pomo insanity of it all works and sometimes it doesn t in this case, it sort of doesn t.we have Wildstorm s Fuji making a surprise appearance and the protagonist from Wildstorm s Gen13, Fairchild, in an oddly ambivalent is she or isn t she a villain type role we have Deathstroke s daughter Rose Wilson too, and her and Fairchild are colleagues and friends weird even weirder, two characters from the bizarre and wonderful DC Vertigo imprint version of Doom Patrol in new versions the shadowy organization NOWHERE and their zeal to cull the weak and rebellious, and, of all things, the transvestite superhero street known as Danny the Street I wonder what Gran...


  2. says:

    Seems a lot of people don t like the new Superboy, but I thought he was pretty cool Maybe it s because I ve never read a Superboy comic before, and all I know about him comes from reading Teen Titans This is the first origin story of his I ve read, but I know he was originally cloned from Superman and Luthor s DNA Evidently now there s a third donor in the mix Hmmmm.He also seems much stronger than I remember him...


  3. says:

    Well this was a new take on Superboy Sadly, like most Lobdell New52 stuff, this isn t very good So Superboy is, if you don t know, a clone of Superman He is half human as well which makes him a different type of creature However, the big change here is he has telekinesis too I don t believe the original did So after N.o.w.h.e.r.e the company that made Superboy is in shambles after his break out a person called Red tries to control the young man The next few issues are basically Superboy going around the DC universe finding his calling Good The art is pretty solid I also thought some moments with superboy were interesting if not very out of character I give it leeway just because it s a new take Bad The storyline jumps ALL over the place because it s doing two crossovers His meeting with Supergirl makes no sense His relationship with Rose is very odd The idea ...


  4. says:

    Wow, I liked this a whole lot than I thought I would It s got really great writing and adequate art it s not bad but it s nothing special it gets the job done I think I might like Superboy than Superman because he s a bit of a dark character I also liked the first couple of Teen Titans New 52 volumes so I was already sort of familiar with Sup...


  5. says:

    This was surprisingly good I have been avoiding Superboy and all things Red Robin forreasons I m not entirely sure of Dumb reason apparently I found this volume oddly refreshing A bit repetitive as far as Kon...


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    Superboy is a clone made of human and Kryptonian DNA, held in a secret underground government facility for study and use as a potential weapon But something goes wrong and he breaks free of his incubation As he slowly figures out the extent of his powers, he realises that everyone is out to get him in one form or another and heads off to find out who his DNA belonged to and his purpose on this planet I ve never read Superboy before but I was willing to give him a shot like a lot of characters in this New 52 reboot, but based on this book I definitely won t be in a hurry to pick up another Superboy title soon His character is so annoying he s always whinging and whining about one thing or another Ok, he s a teenager, but still he s a teenager who doesn t have to bother with high school or parents or arbitrary rules he can literally fly away from it all, so why is he always so damn down on everything His annoying soliloquies aside, he s a bit of a dick too If he s not setting fire to Christmas trees because he can or not bothering to save people why should he , he s fighting one pointless battle after another as an array of colourful but 2 dimensional nobodies try to either kill him for some petty vendetta or to subdue him and put him to work for their own nefarious purposes But...


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    It was better than what I was expecting, after seeing all the negative reviews Maybe it s just because I enjoyed Teen Titans so much, but I got annoyed when the Titans just randomly show up for a chunk of this as a crossover I don t think it s that easy to get what the eff they re doing there though, unless you ve read the Titans volume and that annoys me as a reader Also, the interaction with Supergirl was funny, if a little ridiculous Are they intent on making it seem like Kara s hot headed instincts turn her into a complete moron She can t let anyone explain anything, or try to figure out her weird situation, without trying to kill beat the shit out of them I did like the origin for Superboy, but that could just be because I ve never...


  8. says:

    Dear DC Comics,Please fire Scott Lobdell He couldn t write a good story to save his own life Thank you,Millions of DC Fans


  9. says:

    SCOTT LOBDELL IS A BAD WRITER AND HE SHOULD FEEL BAD.I love Superboy can you tell by my username , so of course I was excited to hear that he was going to get a solo title for the new 52 Hell yeah Of course I was a little iffy about his new costume, but hey, nothing wrong with changing up the black t shirt and jeans combo, and not everything can compare to his absolutely fabulous 90 s getup The art s pretty at any rate But just like Lobdell s Teen Titans book, this is absolute garbage The new 52 turned basically everyone into dicks, and poor Kon is no exception And hey Guess what CONNER KENT GETS KILLED OFF LATER IN THE SERIES, SO WHY SHOULD I EVEN BOTHER READ THIS SERIES WHEN THE GUY I M READING IT FOR ISN T EVEN IN IT I hate Scott Lobdell so much He s a garbage writer, and a major misogynist to boot Who keeps giving this guy things to write Superboy, Red Hood and the Outlaws, Teen Titans Jesus, this guy doesn t like teen supers at all Please don t give this man your money If you ...


  10. says:

    Quite introspective for a comic book A lot of internalization and re iteration of thought, so it was light on action, but heavy on character.I like the new personality they are giving Kon El In the pre New 52, I always felt that Superboy was a bit too jockish, brutish, and thick headed but, this new Superboy is kinda nerdy, with perspicacity and a pinch of impishness The series is just starting out, so I think they are coaching Kon El through a lot of angsty emotions but it should be interesting to see what he is like when he gets through all this angst.Unfortunately the art is just terrible in this volume Flat, two dimensional, expressionless, small faces To me, the n...

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