Superman #224

Writer: Mark Verheiden Artist: Thomas Derenick Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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An INFINITE CRISIS tie-in! Mortal enemies find themselves on common ground in the two unlikeliest of places! In the Amazon the new and more lethal Blackrock continues her assault on Superman, while miles away in the Arctic, Lex Luthor battles for his life against his deadliest adversary.

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    Comics Bulletin - Michael Bailey Dec 15, 2005

    In The End: A tight little issue that really furthered Superman and his arch enemy Lex Luthor. This had to be one of the best single issues of Superman in a long time and had a great ending that held a lot of promise for the next few months. Derenick and Faucher's art was solid, and I especially liked the last page where Superman, renewed from his experience in the desert, flies off to face his enemy with a clear head. I can't say for sure that Superman's rejuvenation will end with him making the right decisions again, but it certainly adds to the dramatic edge to the character. Read Full Review

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