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What could possibly make The Man of Steel decide to stop being Superman? Superboy and Supergirl catch up with him in Portland, Oregon, and they want answers!

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  • The cover of this issue is a tribute to the cover of Superman #201 which also had the title "Clark Kent Abandons Superman" and had a very similar cover minus Superboy and Supergirl.
  • The cover is also a homage to the cover of The Amazing Spider-Man #50.
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Did Elliot S! Maggin Just Talk Some Sense into Grounded Superman? 0

I have not been silent concerning my dissatisfaction with the "Grounded" storyline, and this issue was one of the worst yet. I actually started to enjoy the series a bit more since Chris Roberson took scripting over from Straczynski (and brought a lot of superhero cameos with him), but the story has lost a bit of continuity. The last Grounded chapter seemed to end on a positive note in Superman #711. Supes seemed proud that he was able to solve the Livewire problem by turning her to the forces o...

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