Action Comics #29

    Action Comics » Action Comics #29 - Deep Freeze released by DC Comics on May 2014.

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    Deep Freeze last edited by cbishop on 05/19/18 09:59AM View full history

    Superman must protect the sub-terrans from Ghost Soldier and the U.S. Armed Forces! Is he about to become Public Enemy #1?

    Beppo the Super Monkey appears on the Robot Chicken variant cover.



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    Action Comics #29 Review –“It’s Time to Bring down the House” 0

    Story After Superman, Lana and Ghost Soldier helped the creatures escape, the creatures go wild as they are exposed to the sunlight. But now Superman must face Ghost Soldier as this goes on and there’s another threat watching him.The GoodSuperman is really blowing down the house here. I really like how Superman gets mad because he shows people to not mess with him. He really shows how powerful he can get and it’s really cool to see all that. What I also like is that we get to see Sup...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    I was...gutted. 0

    There have been many great Superman writers since Superman was created, but few have understood Superman as much as the John Bryne, Mark Waid, Alan Moore and, of course, Jerry Seigels of the comicbook writing pantheon. Greg Pak, after this issue, inches his way ever closer to joining this legendary list of writers. Action Comics # 29 is great, but so was Action Comics 25-28, what makes AC29 better is that it represents the quintessential essence of Superman. If Superman you're not a fan of t...

    2 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    Action Comics #29 (2014) Review 0

    The Good: This book looks so beautiful. Kuder does an amazing job really making all of the characters their own characters. And the monsters are so inventively wonderful and feel real coming off the pages. He's really the unsung hero here.Pak is also fantastic. He continues to make Superman stories that are bigger than the smash-fest that the rest of DC (sans Scott Snyder) seem to do. He's got the best Superman-featured Superman book (again, beside Unchained) out there right now. He nails what S...

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