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McGuinness comes onboard as new penciler as the Brainiac 13 saga (which began in SUPERMAN Y2K) continues! As Metropolis morphs into a futuristic city capable of containing the new Brainiac (represented in an extraordinary CGI creation), Superman must cope with all the threats that come with his revamped stomping grounds, including a brand-new Metallo that towers over the city. Even with the help of the Metal Men, the Last Son of Krypton is outgunned. Meanwhile, Luthor finds salvation in the form of his daughter. Plus, the most unexpected return of all!

Continued from: Superman Y2K #1

Continues in: Adventures of Superman #576

"For Truth. For Justice. Forever!"

"2000 10"--Superman "S" in upper left hand corner.



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Superman # 154 was Ed McGuinness's first issue in which he drew Superman and I have been hooked on his work ever since. The art in this issue is very good, especially the full body shots of Metallo and the detail gone into the Metal Men. Ed's drawings are very distinct and while they are not realistic they are full of style. The coloring works well, being vibrant at the right times as well as subdued when it needs to be. Cams' inking really adds to every panel and makes the shadows look very ...

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