Blue Beetle, Vol. 2: Road Trip

Blue Beetle, Vol. 2: Road Trip

During Infinite Crisis, the mystical Blue Beetle scarab chose sixteen-year-old Jaime Reyes as its new guardian, but its supernatural powers are both a blessing and a curse. The newest hero in the DC Universe will now have to deal with strange and dangerous days as he learns to handle his new abilities.

In this volume, Jaime discovers the secret of his Blue Beetle armor and hits the road looking for answers from the Scarab's original owner.

Collects Blue Beetle #7-12.

Title:Blue Beetle, Vol. 2: Road Trip
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781401213619
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    Blue Beetle, Vol. 2: Road Trip Reviews

  • Anne

    Road Trip is quite an improvement on Blue Beetle Vol. 1: Shellshocked. It still has the warmth of the first volume, but the plot really seems to get rolling in this one. You get the answer to Jamie's ...

  • [Name Redacted]

    All right, MUCH better. The art still seems to vary too much, but is generally better than in the first volume, and the writing is (for the most part) crisp, clever and contains many genuinely funny l...

  • John Yelverton

    The character just seems so much weaker than the original that he replaced, which makes the whole book series less enjoyable....

  • Michael

    I liked Volume 2 even better than Volume 1. There was more continuity, even though the first part is told in a flashback, and there were some great moments of entertaining action, clever problem-solvi...

  • Sarah

    Blue Beetle is quickly becoming one of my favorite superheroes. I especially like Jaime Reyes (partly because he's how I met the character in "Young Justice," but also because I just really like the d...

  • Mark Smiley

    Not sure what happened to the original blue beetle, who I liked. It says in this volume he was killed. So now a kid has his scarab and more powers. Just does not seem right. But I liked the artwork. ...

  • Babsidi

    That spectacular fake-out where Jamie and Paco straight up ask permission to go fight crime? A+. A superhero who's parents know and at least somewhat approve of their fighting crime: amazing....

  • Adam Graham

    This book collects Issues 7-12 of the first Blue Beetle series with Jaime Reyes. This volume is all about Jaime coming to terms with his powers and understanding where they come from. He'll trackdown ...

  • Kim Dyer

    This volume was a lot of fun and nicely built on the groundings made in the previous trade. We finally get the explanation of what occurred within Jaime's missing year and the introduction of the Reac...

  • Brad

    This volume builds on the first collection nicely. Some of these stories, like the explanation for what happened to Blue Beetle during One Year Later, should have come earlier in the series. The writi...