The Leap last edited by Darkside_of_the_Sun on 05/17/20 08:33PM View full history

When thirteen satellites fall from the sky in one day, the logical suspect is Lex Luthor—even though he’s still locked up in prison! But a stranger question remains: If Superman didn’t stop the last satellite from falling, who did? There’s a mystery hidden where even Superman can’t see it—Can The Man of Steel drag a decades-old secret into the light? Don’t miss the debut of this red-hot new series from two of comics’ brightest superstars: SCOTT SNYDER and JIM LEE!

This debut issue also includes a bonus two-sided, tipped-in poster measuring 11.6875” x 18.875” that is part of the reading experience and can be easily removed for display.


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Is it a Bird? Is it a Plane? No.... It's Snyder and Lee 0

This has been a series that I've been looking forward to ever since it was announced. With Superman turning 75, DC has really pushed the boat out in celebrating, having two new series releases (this, and Batman/Superman), the Man of Steel film, and the Superman: Unbound Animated film. Besides Man of Steel this was however the one I was looking most forward to, as with my favourite artist, Jim Lee, and the brilliant writing ability of Scott Snyder, it's bound to be amazing.PlotWhen satellites sta...

13 out of 14 found this review helpful.

Superman unchained: Snyder seemed to have left a few chains on 0

1. Cover art: 4.5/5I LOVE Jim Lee! He is the reason I fell back in love with comics. I LOVE Superman, especially when he is drawn by Jim Lee. This cover is definitely unique with that Jim Lee flair, but in a previous post, I stated I would never give a full 5/5 when I believe the artist, even as great as Jim Lee, phones it in with the feet! WHY DO THEY NEVER DRAW THE FEET! Please, draw a great cover and include the feet, stop masking it in rubble, or smoke, or water, or whatever, draw the feet, ...

7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

A great way to celebrate Superman 0

*A Review of the Full Comic This was probably the best Superman story I have read. It felt like a fusion of the champion of the people, the silver age, and the modern Superman and something new. This story is a conspiracy mystery story that had me hooked 'til the very end. The story asks where his loyalties lie and what he stands for. This comic has a enough character, action, and twisty plot to keep you invested in the story. The plot is essentially the government has had a Superman like being...

6 out of 6 found this review helpful.
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