Dial H for Hero #6 Review – Q for Quality
Sep 1, 2019 by     Comments Off    Posted In: Reviews

Review by Antonio Pedro

Dial H for Hero #6   

 Dial H for Hero #6 Review – Q for Quality

Written by: Sam Humphries
Art by: Joe Quinones
Inks by: Scott Hanna
Colors by: Jordan Gibson

Published by: DC Comics

So after the dirge that was last week’s releases, this week fared much better. There were some great releases, there were some disappointing releases but it was, all in all, an eventful week. However, since I’m 100% certain you’ve either read every important issue or have already decided to not read them, I’m going to be talking about one of my favorite ongoings and encouraging you to get on the boat if you’re not on it already.

If you don’t know, the premise of Dial H is basically Ben 10 before Ben 10. It’s about a mystic dial that turns you into a superhero, usually a completely new one, never seen before and never to be seen again. This particular incarnation goes to a kid named Miguel, who is now travelling across the country to hand the dial to Superman (who he feels is the most trustworthy with it) and things go awry with the Heroverse and the Villainverse, as well as the previous owners of the dial. In this particular issue, the main villain, Mr. Thunderbolt, has turned almost everyone in Metropolis into a superhero! Oh no!

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