In the wake of the epic “Superman Reborn” storyline, the Kents are faced with leaving their adopted hometown of Hamilton to go back to Metropolis, but someone or something doesn’t want them to leave! And while the Family of Steel makes their way to the big city, Batman and Robin discover something is mysteriously wrong with the son of Superman—he’s losing his powers!Collects SUPERMAN #20-25.
Details Superman Vol. 4
Reviews Superman Vol. 4
- Not my favorite choice by Tomasi and Gleason. World: The art is good, I've always liked Gleason art, it's full of character and bits and pieces. The world building is okay but it is a bit wonky and out of left field. I don't really like what they did with the town of Hamilton and I don't agree with it. Story: The pacing is fine and so is the tone and the dialog. The issue I had with this arc was the fact that it exists. I like Kathy and Farmer Co...
- Quite liked this story! The ending was rather dull/sappy though :/
- (Read as Single Issues) In a darker, more cynical age, it is perhaps more important than ever that Big Blue Boy Scouts remain so ... for they really do have the power to change the world.
- A ratos me pasa la cuenta no ser un lector empedernido de comics. Tuve que googlear a Manchester Black para saber quien era.Rbirth sigue siendo una buena serie. Buen arco aunque a veces medio confuso para quienes somos lectores ocasionales.
- Nice story arc that involves whole Super family and partly Batman and son.
- The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness can never extinguish it.
- Good ole story about manipulation and how it it's terrible. I really love how this story paves the way for Clark, Lois, and Jon to move to Metropolis.
- Fantastic story!! Especially in the aftermath of Superman Reborn. DC Rebirth is doing Superman Justice in a big way.