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Superman meets Sin City as the "Grounded" storyline takes The Man of Steel to Las Vegas! But waiting there for Superman is an out-of-control Livewire, who has become more powerful and erratic than ever. Can Superman (with the help of Jimmy Olsen) shut her down before she shuts all of Vegas down, and more important, is Superman somehow responsible for her condition?



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I Finally Care Again 0

Superman's walk-a-thon gets interrupted by a super-charged Livewire in Las Vegas. Does Superman have what it takes to stop her?The Good Finally, an issue in this storyline I like. I've really been disappointed with this arc, and I've finally read an issue I've truly enjoyed. I'm a fan of Livewire and always have been. She's super-powered in this one: she has super-speed and can become images on a television screen. We get to see the insane side of Livewire in this issue, and we get a little bit ...

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Livewire: Grounded 0

After eleven tedious, longwinded, and incredibly boring issues, The Man of Steel takes flight once more and faces a real villain instead of his own psyche.The StorySo Livewire is out and about in the City of Sin, and she is more powerful than ever. Superman, freshly off of his little whiny "Forrest Gump" stint, realizes it's up to him to face down this villainess before someone gets hurt. Thankfully, Jimmy Olsen is on the scene to aid Superman.It was nice to Superman start acting like a superher...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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