Superman Unchained #3

    Superman Unchained » Superman Unchained #3 - Answered Prayers released by DC Comics on October 2013.

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    Answered Prayers last edited by Darkside_of_the_Sun on 05/17/20 08:38PM View full history

    Superman’s found out the secret the U.S. Army tried desperately to keep from him—or more specifically, that secret’s found him! But with hijacked drone aircraft tearing Tokyo apart, there’s not much time for mystery…and with Lois Lane on the case as well, what’s in the darkness will come to the light!


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    Has Superman Met His Match? 0

    This has been a brilliant series, as although it hasn't been quite what I expected, it has still been amazing, and looks to be building up to something phenomenal. That added with the fact that both my favourite artist, Jim Lee, and one of my favourite current writers, Scott Snyder are working on it have me hooked.PlotSuperman squares off against Wraith, and appears to have met his match, but is everything as it seems?ReviewThis was a brilliant issue, and the series is staring to take shape. Sco...

    9 out of 9 found this review helpful.

    This issue could have added up to more 0

    Yes another late review I know. September is a really late month of comics for me and the fact these comics arrived a couple of days ago doesn't help. But I’ve now read this issue as it’s the first one I read. The last two issues of Unchained presented an excellent Superman story with solid characterisation and were just what the Man of Steel needed. Now the third issue has quite a standard to live up to. When last we left off, Lois was on a plummeting plane, Superman was subdued by ...

    9 out of 10 found this review helpful.

    What's wrong Superman? You need an applause before you go save the day? 0

    Scott Snyder and Jim Lee continue on their adventure with the Unchained Superman! The GoodCan I get you some ice for that burn? What a great issue?!? Don't get me wrong, this is nothing but a guilty pleasure book that has little to no ties to what's happening in stories like SUPERMAN, but man, was this issue great! Not only did Scott Snyder step up his writing/story telling in this issue, but it seems like everything just got a whole lot better with this issue. Even looking at Jim Lee's art (as ...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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