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    Reviews - Superman - #661

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A fun story worth more than a rating of 5 - chubbytoad
This story was told in one book from start to finish, which I find refreshing since few books today do this. It seems we always have to have big "events" and we are forced to buy multiple titles of characters we normally wouldn't buy just to keep up with the story. This issue is a fun and simple story told like comics used to be. When I was a kid, you could buy a comic and not have needed to read everything before or after to enjoy that one issue. I understand the need for complex storylines to appeal to adult readers, but there is still a place for this type of book, which is a great story presented in one book at regular price. Typical "one shots" today are $4 or $5 now ($3.99 or $4.99 cover price). I gave this story a 9 because I enjoyed it very much. I think an average rating so low (of only 5) is undeserving. I only read comics for fun. I don't take them dead serious, so maybe I'm "lax" in my standards. Still, this was a fun read and I especially enjoyed the last frame. Very cute.

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