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    Reviews - Superman - TPB

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Wait... Jim Lee drew this... Well, I guess I'll give it a try - NuWing
I'm not much a Superman fan and only picked this up because it had Jim Lee's name on it. That being said I'm glad I did because I really enjoyed this.

The story is told through conversations that Superman has with a priest. A year ago, one million people vanished. Superman is deeply affected as Lois Lane is one of those.

I really liked seeing Superman in this light. He appears vulnerable and scared rather than invincible and heroic. I found his interactions with the priest to be very interesting because they show how Superman views and feels about humanity.

The only real beef I have is that I got confused a few times and found myself having to read through parts of it twice.


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