Loughridge presents the two different characters in specific color tones, almost as if these colors were the visual equivalent of musical queue for a character. Lex is always presented on panels that are prominently yellow or green. Meanwhile, the scenes with Superman have tones of reds and purples. The two characters are not on the same page together until the very end when the stories converge. Even Craig's panel designs show Luthor's grids always broken up horizontally and vertically in standard grids, never breaking panel borders. Superman, however, is not always contained within the panel and many panels are angled and overlaid. As a result, issue #10 is in sync throughout and a very good chapter. Read Full Review
After a multi-issue arc, Adventures of Superman returns to its standalone issue format with a rather quiet story. However, the creative team shows us that a quiet issue can be just as entertaining as a bombastic, action-packed ride. For 99 cents, you can do a lot worse than this. Pick it up. Read Full Review
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