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    Reviews - Action Comics - #873

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An important link in the chain - chubbytoad
This issue is important to the story lines in Superman, New Krypton and Supergirl. I got this issue before I really got into the World of New Krypton thing and at first I wasn't totally sure what was happening. Its like coming in during the middle of a movie. But seeing it in retrospect, its got a lot of information in it, as well as a lot of characters. This issue shows us the birth of a new planet - Kryptonian style! It also sets up a lot of events and situations to come in 2009. I really enjoyed this issue.




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