Charming and graceful, "Space, Actually" is evocative of the energy and enthusiasm of the once-popular Super Powers toy line given life through the work of Seeley, Norton, Bellaire and Abbott. It helps that Norton is among the best all-ages, any subject artist in the industry today. The crux of the story isn't anything readers haven't seen before, but the execution is simple and rewarding. As long as "Adventures of Superman" can continue to draw talent like Seeley and Norton to produce work like "Adventures of Superman" #21, this title will continue to be a go-to outlet for the adventures of the most well-known Kryptonian. Read Full Review
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