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Pete Ross and Kenny Braverman take a trip to Metropolis to catch up with their old friend Clark Kent, only to find that the “Superman” phenomenon has taken the city by storm! As Clark’s alter ego grows more famous, so do Pete’s concerns, and the rising tensions between the two friends inadvertently result in an epic encounter of an extraterrestrial nature!

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CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
RegRegular CoverRyan Sook1
VarVariant CoverJonathan Case2


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Clark’s emigration from Smallville to Metropolis changed him as profoundly as his escape from Krypton to Earth 0

Original published at The Hub City Review Right as I sat down to read and review Max Landis’ American Alien #6, the familiar tone of the James Bond theme song emanating from my cell alerted me to the fact my best friend was calling, evidently to discuss plans for a bachelor party in New York for our other college roommate. The task had fallen to him and me as best man and groomsman, respectively, but also because we’d become the most cosmopolitan of the old college crew, and thus mos...

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