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Naomi: Season Two #1 (of 6)

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Generally favorable ratings

Based on 9 critic ratings.

She’s back! Naomi returns to the pages of her own series to uncover the truth behind the new mysteries around herself and her powers. The entire creative team (Brian Michael Bendis, David F. Walker, and Jamal Campbell) behind the critically acclaimed and Eisner Award-nominated debut series has returned to answer all the questions that surround Naomi, her legacy, and her place in the DC Universe pantheon. Guest-starring Black Adam, Superman, and the Justice League, plus the return of…Zumbado! Soon to be a CW television show from Ava DuVernay!

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Print Length
22 pages
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9 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    DC Comics News

    As always with Naomi, you should invest in past issues, and after reading them, hang them on your walls! Campbell’s art is magnificent and poster worthy at every turn! But her story is for every kid and every parent! If you have ever gone through adoption, this is your book!

  • 98

    Comic Watch

    Getting the band back together doesn’t always work out, but Bendis, Walker, Campbell, & Abbott make it look easy inNaomi Season Two #1. This is the magic that happens when a creative team is fully locked in sync.

  • 94

    The Super Powered Fancast

    The Story: Bendis and Walker bring Naomi back in an entertaining, fun and engaging way with this issue. After coming to terms with who she is and what she’s lost, it’s interesting to see the narrative shift to how she deals with being a superhero and the duality of being both a high school kid and a member of the Justice League. I like her internal struggle a lot and the story does a great build up to a mystery that becomes more compelling with the people involved in it.

    The Art: Campbell delivers some beautiful imagery on every page of this issue. There are so many wonderful visuals throughout this issue. The action is stunning to look at and the art perfectly complements the story.

  • 90

    Black Nerd Problems

    Naomi: Season Two #1 is headed in an intimate heartfelt direction I hope becomes the norm for this series going forward. Naomi is going to have plenty of opportunities in the DC Universe to punch bad guys. This book is where we should be seeing the girl behind the powers.

  • 90

    While Naomi has made a handful of high profile appearances in other DC comics, her solo title requires little pre-reading to jump into. You can enjoy her first arc or start with this issue. You’ll be getting the same quality of comic either way, with a solid blend of superheroics and family angst that make for a very compelling DC Comics story.

  • 80

    Geek Dad

    Overall, this issue ends almost as soon as it began with a dramatic cliffhanger, but what it lacks in serious plot development it makes up for in a compelling lead character. Following Naomi only six issues at a time may be blunting this story’s momentum a little bit, but it’s good to have the one survivor of the Wonder Comics line back.

  • 78

    Multiversity Comics

    Normal life is even more interesting than superheroics when it comes to Naomi.

  • 70


    Speaking of her parents, the first issue here hints of a theme introduced in the TV-show involving the possibility of her father working for some agency hunting aliens (like himself and his adopted daughter). Seeing how this is one many incredibly lame changes the show made to the backstory of the characters, here’s hoping I’m wrong with what seems to be foreshadowed and that’s not where this new season is headed.

  • 53

    Major Spoilers

    The opening sequence, designed to mirror that of Naomi #1, is the best part of the issue, which barely has any plot at all.The art is quite nice, though.

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