Take a look inside the mind of one of Superman's strangest and most twisted adversaries as the original Toyman, Winslow Schott, returns to Metropolis. Plus, an alien who is everything Superman isn't is heading towards Earth. And he's not alone.
In the end, Johns and Merino leave us with a villain who is far more interesting than he's been in quite some time and the return of a longtime supporting character that hasn't been seen in almost as long. Action Comics continues to deliver the goods every month, and for that, Superman fans have reason to rejoice. Read Full Review
However, my biggest concern with the issue; where does this all fit? It was great to see Toyman given a revamp to spark interest in a dated character, but what is Johns plan with him? With next month starting the epic Brainiac arc, I feel like this stand-alone has no baring ramifications. By the issues conclusion Toyman isnt a threat anymore, taken completely off the playing field. Therefore, as character piece it was nice, and creepy, but I cant shake the feeling I would have been perfectly fine without it, instead moving right into the start of the Brainiac saga. Read Full Review
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