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Some good stuff, but ultimately disappointing (Warning - some minor spoilers ahead!)
Reviewed in the United States on October 2, 2018
I bought Super Sons of Tomorrow because I really like the Supersons series, but I found this particular storyline disappointing. Among other things, it starts with a premise that's shaky to begin with and then just completely abandons it by having characters behave in ways that make no sense just to resolve things.
For reasons that are never really made clear, Tim Drake from an alternate future timeline has come back to kill ten-year-old Jon Kent, aka Superboy because at some point he'll do something that will cause the death of millions. And apparently the only way to prevent this is for Drake to kill Jon. Which of course everyone else quite reasonably objects to. This results in a series of clashes with Batman, Superman, Damian Wayne/Robin, the Teen Titans, and the future Titans from Drake's timeline, which cause Drake to assume a new identity (and costume) calling himself Savior. The crisis is eventually resolved by characters behaving in ways that make little sense for no apparent reason. I like a lot of Tomasi's other work, but this particular storyline falls more than a little short of his usual standard.
About the only good thing are the little developments and exchanges between Damian and Jon that do add to the complex - and growing - relationship between them. Those parts were well done. The rest... not so much.
Contains Supersons #11-12, Superman #37-38, and Teen Titans #15.
Recommended to Supersons fans for the way it further develops the relationship between Damian Waye/Robin and Jon Kent/Superboy, but not much else. To be honest, you won't really be missing much if you just skip this storyline altogether.