Action Comics #28

    Action Comics » Action Comics #28 - What Lies Beneath released by DC Comics on April 2014.

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    Who or what is the Ghost Soldier, and what mysterious ties does he have to The Man of Steel? Will he side with Superman as he is caught in the middle of the military’s battle with subterranean monsters?



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    THIS is superman, THE Superman 0

    You know, there are certain characters Greg Pak can really click with, and when he does his writing instantly becomes top notch. While Superman/Batman is basically a cinematic treatment of two characters fighting very powerful foes and lacks in writing substance, here we get a taste of what superman truly represents, a noble, kind-hearted protector, and I'm glad that Pak has embraced these concepts completely. I think it's logical to start with supermans characterization because most of his tit...

    6 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    Best Superman since Mark Waid's Birthright. 0

    The chemistry Pak writes Clark and Lana with makes me think they're a real former couple who understand each other and play well off each other. There's action, drama, charm and, most importantly, humor. I laugh when I read his Superman, and in a good way. Too many writers write Kal boring and too seriously when I've always thought of him as an adult Peter Parker that no longer cracks wise, but now makes humorous banter. Geoff Johns better bring his A game because Pak is killing it on AC! Ta...

    3 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    Action Comics #28 Review – It’s a Whole New World” 0

    Intro Since Greg Pak and Aaron Kuder jumped on board of this series it’s been a young and edgy feel I’m starting to like. It’s the young Superman we always wanted who just started to be a superhero. He’s very unsure of himself on what to do like being nice to everyone or having a sense of fear. That’s what this issue is all about. Just having Superman with the sense of fear really makes him feel human and that’s what I always wanted from Superman because fear ...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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