Comic Review: Blue Beetle #2 (DC Comics)

On Jaime’s first run in with the Posse, tempers run hot and attitude takes over as the the team and the Blue Beetle want to have nothing to do with […]

On Jaime’s first run in with the Posse, tempers run hot and attitude takes over as the the team and the Blue Beetle want to have nothing to do with each other.

Unfortunately for Jaime, a quick conversation with Ted Kord reveals that they are a lot more ingrained in his life than he would’ve ever known. Conflict begins to push Jaime and the team even farther apart but they might be the only thing that can help the Blue Beetle with these mysterious holes popping up through the city, but will they be more trouble than they are worth?

Although the artwork and characters continue to be the highlight of this run, I did find this issue to be rather lackluster. With little action but a small spat between Jaime and one of the Posse (Blur, the limited teleporter), I would very much so like to see this story come together and build into something that leaves me wanting more, not hoping that it will get better. But this is only the second issue. I’m hoping it all comes together and really showcases how powerful the Blue Beetle can really be.

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