Superman’s first adventure following the CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS mega-event just may be his last as he comes face-to-face with Metallo, the Man with the Kryptonite Heart!
Still the best...
By Xena Deb
John Byrne’s revamp of Superman in 1986 is still the best...since his initial incarnation in 1938’s Action Comics #1.
What a great trip down memory lane when everything about Superman was new again.
And, if you haven’t read Byrne;s run on Superman before, now’s your chance to start with Superman #1 (volume 2)
P.S. Byrne actually started with a couple of prequel miniseries: “The World of” miniseries. The World of Krypton, Smallville, and Metropolis. Well worth a read before jumping into this one. Enjoy!
Supeman FIRST ISSUE
By R Neel
it was a googd book with a lot of fighting and action. Superman has a weakness
Needs 2 be longer
I like this book but wish it were a lot longer. That is all 😐
Super superman story. More!!!
By Flyguy 25
It is awesome I loved it and I think I will read I t again
I love it
By Pierce The Veil gal
It was an amazing magazine!!!! I want to read more!!!! I JUST LOVED IT.
By Super navy seals
This is a pretty good comic,you should try it.
By Isaiah Boudoin
Superman comics are the best I love them!
Superman comic book
I thought this book was really good. Very good drawings with a lot of detail. The book just keeps making you turn the page, you can really tell the creators took their time.
The story started good , but became so ending and wired at the end, ....
Bill Finger, Don Cameron, David Vern Reed, Dennis O'Neil, John Byrne, Tony Daniel, Scott Snyder, Paul Dini, Greg Rucka, Chuck Dixon, Joe Staton, Bob Kane, Jack Burnley, Dick Sprang, Sheldon Moldoff & Greg Capullo