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Superman meets the new Wonder Woman for the first time! But why can't he shake the feeling that he already knows her? The Man of Steel will have to figure that out later, as the two heroes have their hands full defending Omaha, Nebraska from the evil Keres, a supernatural force determined to rid the town (and the world!) of all Amazons – and they're not too crazy about Kryptonians, either.

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Too self-serving 0

This issue has created a lot of discussion, specifically in relation to Wonder Woman’s cameo appearance.  She is presently without a solid direction of her own, but after seeing Superman in action she gets inspired by him and decides to be a hero and not just a warrior.   Personally I feel that a better sense of heroism could have been used (a female firefighter or a female paramedic) for Wonder Woman’s inspiration, but whenever a character gets written in another title they almost always get t...

4 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Okay Is Not Bad. It's Not Good Either. 0

The latest issue of Superman improves from its terrible previous issue, but it is really just an okay issue that does not deliver much. It picks up from an interesting cliffhanger last issue with Superman meeting members of his future legacy and hypes an appearance by the new Wonder Woman. The problem is that neither of these things amount to much in this issue.  Superman journeys to the Fortress of Solidarity to meet the Superman Squad, countless heroes from a variety of future time periods who...

5 out of 7 found this review helpful.

Review: Superman #708 0

Superman continues walking, but then gets dragged into the future to the Fortress of Solidarity to meet all the people he has inspired.  The Good I really like the concept of Superman being introduced to all the people he has inspired throughout time. There's lots of cool looking characters throughout the earlier parts of the issue. I really enjoyed the art by Eddy Barrows though. Overall, it was the main thing that stood out for me in this issue. Superman clapping a tornado away was pretty coo...

5 out of 7 found this review helpful.
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