Superman and the Men of Steel; Hearts of Steel last edited by njg5595 on 07/28/19 08:57AM View full history

Is your mind prepared for an encounter with the deadly Terminauts? What awful master do they serve? What horrible fate awaits Superman and the city of Metropolis? The true scope of Grant Morrison and Rags Morales' ACTION COMICS run begins to come into view, so get those sunglasses ready, 'cause it is gonna be blinding!

And in a backup story from writer Joshua Hale Fialkov and artist Matt Camp that spins out of ACTION COMICS #2, John Henry Irons takes his first steps toward becoming the hero known as Steel!



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There's Always Something 0

The Good: Rags Morales art continues to be an absolutely perfect match for this series. I can never figure out just what it is, but it's always a perfect fit, carefully chosen panels and smooth overall quality. And the pacing is spectacular. The climax of this arc is a wild knockdown brawl. It's a wealth of action in Action Comics, and it is just awesome. Superman is proving why he's Superman. Fighting his hardest in a bare knuckle brawl with a mighy machine. I can see the Superman I know shinin...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Bottled Up 0

The Story: Brainiac takes over John Corben and begins searching for Superman who meets the challenge head on and is eventually aided by Steel. My Thoughts:Action Comics lives up to its name here in this issue. This re-imagining of Superman's origins has been a lot of fun as Grant Morrison has taken Superman's character in many unexpected directions that have so far paid off. One of the main themes centers around humanity not wanting Superman. As he's not accepted it's been making his job rather ...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

This action comics issue is filled with action!? I'm in shock... 0

Finally this issue hits the stands; I was waiting for this one for a while since steel debuts here, but besides that. This issue is fantastic by itself is filled with the action the title itself promises.The issue starts with Lex luthor being a little girl about the robot aliens attacking as they seem to be produced from the factories in metropolis and John Wayne being controlled by evil aliens who want superman. Steel seeing this from his house, he pulls out a suit of armor from behind his book...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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