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Silver Surfer #2

Comicscore Index
Universal acclaim

Based on 6 critic ratings.

Why is Silver Surfer fighting the ever-loving blue-eyed Thing? Who is this Alicia Masters person, and why hasn’t Norrin told Dawn about her before? Where did that alien armada come from? What can they really do to planet Earth that is worse than death?! And when, exactly, is Clobbering Time? Right now, True Believer! Right now!

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Length
22 pages
Amazon ASIN

Cover Artists
Variant Cover Artist

6 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 90

    Major Spoilers

    Old friends return, up is down, right is wrong, and The Surfer throws a mean right cross. What’s not to love?

  • 90

    Chuck's Comic Of The Day

    I’m really enjoying this series, one of the few that has fun with its premise. Here’s to another 50!

  • 90


    Silver Surfer #2 is an entertaining read featuring some clever one liners, perfectly awkward situations and an interesting setup for next issue. Slott and the Allreds execute their roles very well and this creative team seems to only get stronger as time goes by. This comic is flat out fun, and worth every penny.

  • 90


    Silver Surfer has always been a favorite character of mine, but I don’t think I’ve ever had more fun reading his ongoing series. He’s had his ups and downs over the years, but Dan Slott and the Family Allred are putting out a masterpiece of a comic. This is how you reestablish a character.

  • 90

    Entertainment Fuse

    Overall, Silver Surfer #2 does a lot of things well. It brings in a beloved Marvel character for the Surfer to face, it touches on the history of Norrin Radd, and it also reintroduces some of those elements from the characters past in ways that indicate a promising upcoming story. The art is sharp and colorful, especially in scenes where the smooth Surfer battles that rocky Thing. In many ways, this might have functioned as a more exciting first issue of the relaunches series. In any case, Silver Surfer #2 works well, tying together components of the past and the present of the Marvel Universe.

  • 86


    The book’s usual charm is readily apparent, but it’s clear the creative team have ambitious plans in mind for the coming months.

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