Playing catch up; Pete Tomasi's up first ...
Superman #14-16 - "Multiplicity" - was a great follow up to Morrison's Multiversity, although I felt it could have done with an extra issue or two to let the story breathe. The final part was terribly abrupt. The mish mash of artists wasn't to my taste, although there was a base consistency of style across all 3 issues. I'm so done with Mr Oz now. I hope next month's crossover at least sheds some light on what's going on with this guy.
Superman #17 was a weird trip. Mignolaverse alums Sebastian Fiumara and Dave Stewart produced the art for this trippy "Halloween" issue. I liked it, but it felt like a fill in. The mystery of Mr Cobb deepens.
Super Sons #1 was a hoot. There's something fundamentally cool about the sons of Batman & Superman working together. Tim and Kon were awesome whenever they got together, and similarly Jon & Damien have a great chemistry too. Jorge Jiminez' artwork on this book is in a different style than on Superman; a little more stylised, not so clean cut. It suits the book's tone well.
On to some James Tynion now ..,