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"Grounded" continues as Superman enters a small town in Ohio where, like many towns, a number of its residents are from other places. But when The Man of Steel discovers that there are also a number of residents secretly from other worlds, he unravels a mystery that may have grave consequences for Earth.

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Review: Superman #702 0

The Story                                                                                                                                                          Superman continues his epic walkabout, which has brought him to "somewhere in Detroit".  Along the way he encounters many normal detroiters and some not so normal ones.  All while helping out when and where opportunities present themselves.  The Good Let's where should I start.... Well first in comparison to issue #701 which was really...

6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

Superman, is still just walking. 0

The Storyline: Superman continue walking down the street as he comes across more situations and moments that would answer our questions about the Man of Steel on how he would interact with certain situations that we naturally go through.  The Good: - The artwork is great and also keeps the flow of this comic moving, helping the audience understand what is going on and most of all is how Supermans expression is shown after certain events and situations in this comic. - The storyline for this comi...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

You never know who you'll might run into along the way. 0

So far, the Grounded arc in the Superman book has had such a great start, by having J. Michael Straczynski undertake the nigh-impossible task of humanizing Kal-El. With an equally impressive contribution on the part of Eddy Barrows and J.P. Mayer on the interior visuals, it manages to sweep readers off its feet. Yet, despite that, it faces some mundane criticism, who favor Supes to fight more aliens and doomsday situations as opposed to this story arc. Will issue #702 silence the critics? Join m...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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