Gerber finds his way to a conclusion—an unexpected one, actually. It’s nice how limited series used to be able to build over their run. His excellent pacing has something to do with it. Gerber gets in a lot of story, especially considering he focuses on multiple characters throughout.
Unfortunately, Lex is no longer amusing this issue. Gerber plays him as a straight villain. It all works out, story-wise, but there’s definitely some missed opportunity.
Also unfortunate is the return of Bright’s problems. Sure, Superman shows up and Bright can’t draw him or Clark Kent, but he also draws a strange claw on a regular woman. It’s like Adams wasn’t paying any attention either while inking.
Still, art problems can’t compete with Gerber’s writing and the series is a success. It’s a little slight, since it’s played just for laughs, but it’s a definite success.
It should’ve been longer.
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