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Superman 11 review

In the previous issue, Jon Kent met Damien Wayne. Things didn’t go all that smoothly. Their fight destroyed Batman’s genetics lab, so for punishment, Superman and Batman sent their sons off to a boot camp of sorts, trying to force them to work together. 339 more words

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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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