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Adventures Of Superman #1 Preview

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Rain Partier

Postby LOLtron » Tue May 28, 2013 10:57 am

Adventures Of Superman #1 Preview

Don’t miss the debut of this all-new series starring The Man of Steel, written and illustrated by some of comics’ finest talents!

Source: Comics Continuum

ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN is an incredible new monthly anthology featuring stories about the Last Son of Krypton. From some of the most creative minds working in comics today, ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN brings you timeless tales of the Man of Steel facing off against some of his most familiar foes … as well as a few you might not have seen coming. 


Witness Superman’s first encounter with the work of Lex Luthor, brought to you by Jeff Parker (Hulk) and Chris Samnee (Daredevil)! Also, Bizarro has his worst (best?) day ever, penned by Justin Jordan with art by fan-favorite Riley Rossmo! Plus, from the mind of Jeff Lemire comes Superman vs. Brainiac! Or is it Luthor? Or Zod?? Find out in this month's issue!
Written by:  Jeff Parker, Jeff Lemire, Justin Jordan
Art by:  Chris Samnee, Jeff Lemire, Riley Rossmo
Cover by:  Bryan Hitch
Variant Cover by:  Chris Samnee
40 pages
U.S. Price:  $3.99 
On Sale:  May 29, 2013

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Son of Stein

Postby Amoebas » Tue May 28, 2013 11:25 am

Bought the first 4 web-series issues. Parker/Samnee (#1) & Lemire (#2) were both great little stories.

But #4's webissue by JM DeMatteis is the best so far (bonus with this one as it's rare to see Sal Buscema on a DC book!)

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