Superman (comic)

Superman #38 review

So yeah, I totally thought this was supposed to be the final chapter of “Super Sons of Tomorrow,” and read it accordingly.  On the…

Superman #37 review

This is the first chapter of the 5-part crossover, Super Sons of Tomorrow. The issue is fast paced, full of action, and sets the…

Superman #25 review

Superboy is under the control of Manchester Black! With the mastermind (and master plan) revealed, Superman and friends must stop Black and restore Jon’s…

Superman #21 review

What a week.  With Superman #21 here, we effectively get two Super Sons issues in one day.  What a wonderful world it can be….

Superman #20 review

You have no idea how hard I had to fight myself to not open the review with “look, up in the sky…” But really,…

Superman #11 review

There will come a day, if it hasn’t arrived already, where Peter Tomasi and Patrick Gleason’s names will be listed among the greatest comic…

Superman #10 review

Tomasi and Gleason did not create Damian Wayne, but they perfected him in Batman and Robin. And they did not create Jon Kent, but they…

Superman #5 review

I’m going to warn you right up front: there be spoilers here. To discuss the sheer awesomeness of Superman #5 requires revealing things that many…