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First Impressions: 6-Pack and Dogwelder HTH

(W) Garth Ennis

(A)  Russ Brown

(C)  John Kalisz

This book is essentially about the team of weird wannabe heroes called Section 8 and is a 6-issue miniseries. 233 more words

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Thwip! Reviews - Superman #05

Summary:  Superman has strategically retreated to the moon.  But does he have a plan to deal with the Eradicator?  Actually…he does!

Patrick Gleason and Peter Tomasi’s story is really shaping up to be something phenomenal.  173 more words

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Superman #4

The Superman creative team is doing something that I didn’t think could be possible – making Superman relatable, and entertaining. If you had told me that Superman was going to be at the top of my read pile three months ago, I would have laughed in your face devilishly (as I twirled my villainous mustache). 349 more words

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Superman #2 Reviewed

No, not that Superman #2…this Superman #2.

The Superman creative team has been firing on all cylinders. Just look at that cover. A triumphant Superman flying through the clouds. 533 more words

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Superman #1 Reviewed

What makes a good Superman story? Action? Yes. Adventure? Yes. Mystery? Yes. Having all those elements in a Superman story is great, but more than that is needed. 540 more words

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Superman 2 review

Of the two Superman comics I tried in DC’s Rebirth initiative, I enjoyed Superman 1 far more than Action Comics 957. While Action Comics started off alright, most of it felt like a standard superhero comic with nothing special going on. 525 more words

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Review: Superman #1

Review by: G. Clark Kent

Story Tellers: Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason

Inker: Mick Gray

Colorist: John Kalisz

Letterer: Rob Leigh

Remember Nineties sitcoms? If you do, you might agree that this issue read like one, and that is not a bad thing.

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