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Writer Geoff Johns and artist Gary Frank bring you a startling new look at the beginnings of Lex Luthor, The Legion of Super-Heroes, Lois Lane, Metallo, Jimmy Olsen, The Parasite and more of your favorite characters from the Superman family in this new, deluxe hardcover. Collecting the acclaimed six-issue miniseries!

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Superboy to Superman: Smallville to Metropolis 0

As of late I've been in a real Superman mood, and ever since watching Man of Steel I've been going through some of my favourite Superman stories, having already read, and reviewed Superman Earth One Volume One, and Volume Two (links to reviews).PlotGrowing up in Smallville Clark Kent learns that he's not from this world, and after a while embraces this, vowing to help wherever he can. Once grown up Clark moves to Metropolis, where former Smallville acquaintance Lex Luthor rules, and when Clark r...

13 out of 13 found this review helpful.

An Interesting Take On Superman 0

The Story:A new original origin story about Superman written by Geoff Johns and penciled by Gary Frank. My Thoughts: One of the most popular origin stories ever created, even among non-comic readers is that of Superman's. Geoff Johns scripts an original, imaginative origin story about arguably the most iconic comic book character in history. No easy feat for any comic writer. But Geoff Johns rises to the occasion delivering a bold, intriguing and and ambitious story rich in depth and quality. Th...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Feels both familiar and new 0

This was a really good comic that was a really good comic that that feels similar to All Star Superman and Superman Brainiac. It is a nice and light story with some great art. This is a retelling of Superman's origin and reintroduces a few Silver Age aspects and modernizes them. It has all the classic characters and they feel characterized good. The plot seemed to move along smoothly and allowed for some good character moments. I also like the way Metropolis and it citizens were portrayed. It ha...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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