Superman: Man of Tomorrow #3

Writer: Robert Venditti Artist: Paul Pelletier Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: April 29, 2020 Cover Price: $0.99 Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 7
8.1Critic Rating
8.0User Rating

The Toyman is loose in Metropolis, and he has his sights set on one man: LEX LUTHOR! Can Superman get to the bottom of Toyman’s assault on Lex, or will the villain’s terrifying toys take down LexCorp-and Metropolis with it?

  • 8.5
    Comic Book Revolution - Kevin Lainez May 6, 2020

    Superman: Man of Tomorrow #3 was another excellent issue in what has become the standout series in DC Comics Digital First line of comic books. Robert Venditti and Paul Pelletier do a great job making Toyman be a credible threat while continuing to build the greater story between Superman and Lex Luthor. I highly recommend all DC Comics' fans read this series out as soon as possible. Read Full Review

  • 7.8
    Weird Science - Joey Casco CSW/CSS May 6, 2020

    Just like in the second issue of this series, I really enjoyed the interaction between all of the characters. I love the voices that Venditti has given these characters so far, especially Clark and Lex. Perry eating Clark's fries gave me a legit laugh, Supes post-UFO-attack moment with the little girl was nice, and man that art is good. Is it a crazy super awesome intense issue that makes you feel there are stakes at hand? Nope. It's a fun one-shot story with fun moments meant just for that: to have fun. And it's absolutely worth the 99¢. Read Full Review

  • 8.5

    Very solid use of Toyman and Lex. Kind of reminded me of the animated series a bit.

  • 7.5
    David_the_male May 5, 2020

    really enjoyed this issue maybe not as much as the first two but still, I liked it a lot. lex Luthor is saucy as hell and kinda feels like he has everyone under his thumb. Clark is still adorable. the fight scene was alright, I liked it but it wasn't anything mindblowing and nothing near the battle from the first issue. the art is still really good and most of the main cast is extremely charming. overall still pretty good.

  • 7.5
    DeadManSoul May 9, 2020

    The art is great.

    The comic does have a feeling of old stories. I don't like Lane in all 3 issues. Seems forced and not a very good person.

    But, I feel this one was the strongest issue. Really liked the art.

  • 7.5

    Another issue proving Robert Venditti is a WAY BETTER Superman writer than Bendis ever will be. Like #1 it gives us the Lex Luthor of the '80s and '90s. Another thing I enjoy about this series is that it allows Clark to be a reporter through part of the story and we get to see him puzzle Perry with his sudden disappearances. It's a lot like old times.
    The only things I can complain about are the Toyman wearing that Stupid-ass costume from the animated series and Lois referring to Clark as "Smallville" on page 5 (I loathe when she calls him that). I never liked the '90s cartoon much. I still say its inspiration caused Jeph Loeb and Ed McGuiness to ruin the comics 20 years ago and its influence still ruins them in ways today (Luckily not more

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