An archeological expedition takes Nova and E-Man to Egypt – and on an adventure to a super-science city in the past! The lead story, by Nicola Cuti and Joe Staton, hasn’t aged particularly well, while the backup, by comics legend Steve Ditko, isn’t much fun.
When Nova’s friend goes missing, E-Man discovers a greedy plot that’s turning human beings into batteries. While not as strong as earlier issues, this third outing of Nicola Cuti and Joe Staton’s energy hero remains enjoyable.
The Doomsday +1 team ventures to what appears to be an other-dimensional paradise – but a dystopian underbelly lurks. Joe Gill and John Byrne’s initial six-issue run of Doomsday +1 fizzles at the finish line.
When Yang’s cousin Sun returns to find drug dealers squatting at the family homestead, much kung-fu action ensues. Joe Gill script is better than some of his Charlton output, while Sanho Kim’s art is oddly appealing.
In a future dystopia, a scientist grows a plant man to battle government tyranny – but things don’t end well! A weird kit bash of concepts from Michael Fleisher, ably illustrated by Al Milgrom and Jack Abel.