For a little while, at least, Desperate Housewives was a pretty friggin’ good show. I know the rough demographics of the comic reading audience, and presumably that audience doubles as our readership here, so I suspect I won’t get a lot of support on that statement, but I’m pretty comfortable saying it’s true. In its first season, at least, it was a heady combination of suburban soap and darkly comic whodunit. With compelling characters and a simple, interesting plot, it was an easy show to enjoy. Now, I mention all this because, in my opinion, Desperate Housewives meets the Justice League is the easiest elevator pitch for Boom! Studio’s excellent new mini-series, Superbia, a book that looks easy to dismiss but conceals some pretty fascinating stuff just beneath the surface.