A couple of 2000AD veterans combine to deliver one of the best Superman stories of the year. A combination of quality storytelling, great artwork and heart make Adventures of Superman #12 a must buy. Read Full Review
While so many charges of heartlessness and out-of-character decisions and actions have been levied the Man of Steel's way of late, it really is enjoyable to read a comic with soul and compassion, especially when it features Superman. Williams packs humanity into this series, continuing the short-lived but growing tradition of strong stories in the pages of "Adventures of Superman." Whether you're waiting for the paper copy or considering downloading the digital version of the series, "Adventures of Superman" #12 is one that absolutely should not be missed. Read Full Review
There was a lack of humour throughout, and no sense of fun. I remember one joke about Superman having wind, but apart from that it was all very po-faced. In the end it becomes one of those books that you end up laughing at, and not for the right reasons. You laugh because it's bad, and if you didn't laugh you wouldn't bother to read it at all. It's naff, very naff, out of date and lost in some strange era of a forgotten 1970's childhood. It has no relevance to anything, fails in the nostalgia department and ultimately just reads like a very bad comic that is a bit embarrassing for all concerned. Read Full Review
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