Action Comics #36

    Action Comics » Action Comics #36 - Horrorville released by DC Comics on January 2015.

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    A new epic begins! The deck is stacked against Superman when Smallville is poisoned by the appearance of dark magic and ancient horrors! Can Superman figure out what’s going on and save his hometown before this evil epidemic spreads across the entire world?



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    4.7 stars

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    Love the Beard, clark! 0

    After the dreadful event that was "doomed" or whatever it was called, I had to drop Action Comics simply, because it unfortunately got absorbed into the event, which severely limited Pak's creativity. I was in it for Clark, Lana and their adventure, and I wasn't going to buy almost every single superman title just to enjoy Paks writing. However, all of that is in the past now, and I finally get to enjoy a regular story about superman and his friends. Now bare in mind that I haven't reviewed a co...

    8 out of 8 found this review helpful.

    Action Comics-Starring: Lana Lang! 0

    Superman can be a difficult character to really capture properly; but Greg Pak has been demonstrating an incredible adeptness at this task. His opening arc of Action Comics demonstrated some seriously impressive character work for the Man of Steel, and he's quickly made Lana Lang into a genuinely compelling character. But the plot for that arc was a little lackluster at times; and then the art started to get wildly inconsistent. But things are back on track. I'm still not completely sold on the ...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    A great start to a spooky Arc 0

    If your wanting to jump onto AC after Doomed or are barely getting into Superman comics, now is the time.Pak has completely won me over and IMO he's been the best Superman writer of the New 52 (slightly beating Grant Morrison). I've always thought Pak shined best writing young Clark, but this issue proves he can write him even in his more experience years. We see Clark (not Superman) help people rebuild their homes, he notices that they don't need Superman and feels that he doesn't want to take ...

    6 out of 10 found this review helpful.
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