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    Reviews - Superman: The Earth Stealers - OGN SC

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Byrne phones it in... - Seadragon Conqueror
There is absolutely nothing original in this story, we have seen it all many times before. Byrne is not a good enough writer to compensate with characterization and dialogue, and there is enough clunky exposition to sink a battleship. The Swan/Ordway art is nice, but I wish they had been given more to work with. About the only interesting thing about this episode is that it attempts to establish post-Crisis Superman's limits in space flight.




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