Action Comics #15

    Action Comics » Action Comics #15 - Superman at the End of Days; For My Next Trick... released by DC Comics on February 2013.

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    Superman at the End of Days; For My Next Trick... last edited by Darkside_of_the_Sun on 07/25/19 12:44AM View full history

    Superman is on trial for his life – and the jury is the Anti-Superman Army! It’s the ultimate villains springing the ultimate trap at the end of time itself!

    And the mystery that has built since issue #1 is resolved as the Little Man’s true identity is revealed – with grave consequences!

    Plus, in the backup feature: A crucial piece of information is revealed!


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    Action Comics #15 Review 0

    ***SPOILER FREE REVIEWGrant Morrison's run on Action Comics has been mostly superb. While much of his run has been a deep, nonlinear, if sometimes confusing experience, we begin to see the curtain pulled back on Morrison's run in this issue, as Morrison's time on this title is coming to its end. Luckily, what we get in this issue is an excellent blend of dialogue, action and plot progression.This issue is highly nonlinear, both in its storytelling, as well as its actual literal timeline. It make...

    8 out of 9 found this review helpful.

    Someone's past can kill your future 0

    This is another great example of how to mix absurdity, complex multi-reality narrative, confusion, fun and action across the time continuum and also make a great narrative out of it, this issue has Grant Morrison stamp all over it and it's great stuff! We get to see that Ms. Nyxly was a big deal and the whole discovery of Kal's identity (I believe it was in issue three of this series) totally connects with the big scope Morrison was architeting on delivering in this issue and in the next. We get...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    The Little Man Had A Big Plan 0

    It's the moment in Action Comics all hardcore Morrison fans have been awaiting. As the villain stands revealed, the nature of reality begins to break down, and the pieces of the puzzle are coming into form. Morrison even takes some of the changes made in the New 52 as possible marks of The Little Man. (I'm just going to keep calling him The Little Man because LIKE HELL am I going to try to keep spelling that name every time. It's so weird I'd hate to have to keep glancing at it to make sure I go...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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