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waltgator93 reviewed Action Comics #1004 Oct 23, 2018
5.5

While the story does nothing to progress the story arc, we get Clark and Lois reconnecting to only have Lois tell Clark that they need space to do their own thing but aren’t broken up. This issue feels like I missed an issue or two. Bendis still does not have the voice of Lois right.

Action Comics #1004

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Ryan Sook
Released: Oct 24, 2018

Superman confronts Lois Lane and wants answers: Where is Jon Kent? What happened during Lois' trip into space with Jor-El? Why didn't she contact the Man of Steel when she returned? And most importantly, does she still love him? Or is the world-famous reporter looking to let Clark Kent down easy? Lois and Clark's relationship gets redefined in this...

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PeteRick - Oct 26, 2018

Yeah,you're absolutely right, guess we'll have to wait two years to read another decent story, i'm not purchasing this crap!

PeteRick - Oct 26, 2018

Or wait until the sales fall

RBL reviewed Action Comics #1004 Oct 24, 2018
4.0

I have to admit, the story in this issue improved. It's gone from abhorrently bad to just dull and uninteresting. Progress was made!

The plot-holes present in this story that remains lackluster have never been more jarring than with a Lois Lane who would leave her son without second thoughts with an individual, who I reiterate for what feels like the nth time, WAS AN ENEMY of theirs the more

Action Comics #1004

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Ryan Sook
Released: Oct 24, 2018

Superman confronts Lois Lane and wants answers: Where is Jon Kent? What happened during Lois' trip into space with Jor-El? Why didn't she contact the Man of Steel when she returned? And most importantly, does she still love him? Or is the world-famous reporter looking to let Clark Kent down easy? Lois and Clark's relationship gets redefined in this...

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RBL - Oct 25, 2018

Not sure where it fits in current continuity but as far as I know it might be, there are stories that at least tie-in to Dr Manhattan’s prescence in the DCU

PeteRick - Oct 25, 2018

All i know is that is set one year in the future!

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PeteRick reviewed Action Comics #1004 Oct 24, 2018
1.0

I don't get why anyone would like this, bendis was the worst thing that ever happened to superman fans!

Action Comics #1004

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Ryan Sook
Released: Oct 24, 2018

Superman confronts Lois Lane and wants answers: Where is Jon Kent? What happened during Lois' trip into space with Jor-El? Why didn't she contact the Man of Steel when she returned? And most importantly, does she still love him? Or is the world-famous reporter looking to let Clark Kent down easy? Lois and Clark's relationship gets redefined in this...

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RBL - Oct 25, 2018

I’ve been calling bendis’ run crap from the start of the Man of Steel mini, so speaking for myself, I wouldn’t bother making other accounts when I consider the reviews I write to be enough.

PeteRick - Oct 25, 2018

Hahaha are you sure this guy is not from FBI, man who would've bother to create other accounts, what for.. To atack bendis, i'm just giving my opinion here, and i don't need different accounts to prove my point, that he sucks as a writer; and don't be ridiculous, i wouldn't waste my time since he doesn't even know that i exist, and i don't hate him, he's a good and kind man, but he writes shit, and i'm speaking on my behalf!!

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MKW69 reviewed Action Comics #1004 Oct 24, 2018
3.0

Fight me.

Action Comics #1004

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Ryan Sook
Released: Oct 24, 2018

Superman confronts Lois Lane and wants answers: Where is Jon Kent? What happened during Lois' trip into space with Jor-El? Why didn't she contact the Man of Steel when she returned? And most importantly, does she still love him? Or is the world-famous reporter looking to let Clark Kent down easy? Lois and Clark's relationship gets redefined in this...

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ComickerPerson reviewed Nightwing #51 Oct 17, 2018
4.0

Expect little more than predictable cliches and dry exposition. Nepotism is killing DC.

Nightwing #51

By: Scott Lobdell, Garry Brown
Released: Oct 17, 2018

Don't forget, this issue features an enhanced foil cover by Mike Perkins!
After the cataclysmic events of BATMAN #55, our hero doesn't remember training to fight, being a member of the Bat family, or being a superhero...and he could not be more content. It's his life, and he's happy to just live it with new friends and a roof over his head (wh...

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Ellrick - Oct 18, 2018

yup, they just love to go back to the same terrible well of writers.

RBL reviewed Nightwing #51 Oct 17, 2018
1.0

I thought issue 50 was the worst DC could do to Nightwing, I was not looking to be proven wrong so soon and to such a degree.

So now Dick Grayson is Ric, a knock-off Red Hood type without the story, personality, drive and gear to justify it. I doubt anyone asked for this. Might as well give him a mullet, 70’s stash, beer gut and have him believe he peaked in hgh school with an identit more

Nightwing #51

By: Scott Lobdell, Garry Brown
Released: Oct 17, 2018

Don't forget, this issue features an enhanced foil cover by Mike Perkins!
After the cataclysmic events of BATMAN #55, our hero doesn't remember training to fight, being a member of the Bat family, or being a superhero...and he could not be more content. It's his life, and he's happy to just live it with new friends and a roof over his head (wh...

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Jon Comics reviewed Heroes In Crisis #1 Oct 6, 2018
1.0

Though the writing is “good”, it doesn’t show its reason for being. The concept looks smart and adult, which really means it’s pretentious and dumb in the comic book universe.
Who needs a murder mistery now? The cohesion brought on by Rebirth is totally gone now. More out of character writing for Batman and Superman.

Heroes In Crisis #1

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Sep 26, 2018

There's a new kind of crisis threatening the heroes of the DC Universe, ripped from real-world headlines by C.I.A.-operative-turned-comics-writer Tom King: How does a superhero handle PTSD? Welcome to Sanctuary, an ultra-secret hospital for superheroes who've been traumatized by crime-fighting and cosmic combat. But something goes inexplicably wron...

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Jon Comics - Oct 13, 2018

The X Men titles are still so so, but with Ed Brisson coming on board, things will be exciting. Obviously the Perlmuttee veto on X Men and FF didn’t help. But I like Marvel again, except for Nick Spencer’s Spider Man

Jon Comics - Oct 13, 2018

The buildup to the Batman wedding was infamous. You can’t lead an audience to such an idiotic conclusion. I hate the way Tom King has infantilized Batman. All the interactions with Catwoman were juvenile. The Superman wedding thing was preposterous. King wants to make statements insteand of telling a story. Fortunately there was James Tynion Detective at the same time, which I think was fantastic.

RBL reviewed Superman #4 Oct 10, 2018
2.0

This is gonna be my shortest review yet.

The first page of this comic can be used to describe this whole issue, nay, the whole volume, perfectly. The first statement in this comic describes the Phantom Zone as the Nightmare Dimension where Krypton sent its worst creatures, criminals, and GARBAGE. That last statement is exactly what this volume continues to be, the pile ever growing with more

Superman #4

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Joe Prado
Released: Oct 10, 2018

As Superman fights to protect the world  from Rogol Zaar and the Kryptonian convicts trapped inside the Phantom Zone, the greatest minds on Earth devise a risky plan to return the planet from the deadly prison. With the Earth continuing to crack and crumble and its greatest heroes fall, can the Man of Steel hold the line and give his adop...

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RBL - Oct 12, 2018

Thanks, man. Nice to see someone else appreciates that book, it's really good mix of espionage, sci-fi action. Would really like to see a few more titles in that line, but so far it's going strong.

READ RUMBLE - Oct 13, 2018

I agree with your analysis RBL and actually I just dropped both Superman and AC from my pull list.

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AkR reviewed Heroes In Crisis #1 Sep 28, 2018
2.0

Clay Mann's art is stunning in this book but that's about the only positive. This event in one issue and capsule it's all of the negative traits of early 2000's comic books. Mystery is not interesting and the book takes about 2 mins to read its that thin on plot.

Heroes In Crisis #1

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Sep 26, 2018

There's a new kind of crisis threatening the heroes of the DC Universe, ripped from real-world headlines by C.I.A.-operative-turned-comics-writer Tom King: How does a superhero handle PTSD? Welcome to Sanctuary, an ultra-secret hospital for superheroes who've been traumatized by crime-fighting and cosmic combat. But something goes inexplicably wron...

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RosenRose reviewed Heroes In Crisis #1 Sep 26, 2018
2.0

Clay Manns art is the winner here. It's the strongest point of the book. The plot unfortunately has nothing to do with mental health. It's a bloody and gory book that feels lioe a mix of ideas that don't sit well together. There's a high body count so parents should read it before giving it to kids. I'm sorry for the fans of the characters slaughtered. My questions remain unanswered about a lot of more

Heroes In Crisis #1

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Sep 26, 2018

There's a new kind of crisis threatening the heroes of the DC Universe, ripped from real-world headlines by C.I.A.-operative-turned-comics-writer Tom King: How does a superhero handle PTSD? Welcome to Sanctuary, an ultra-secret hospital for superheroes who've been traumatized by crime-fighting and cosmic combat. But something goes inexplicably wron...

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RBL - Oct 12, 2018

The art is the only thing worth a damn about this book. For the hype it built up it delivered on none of it and honestly was shockingly subpar.

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myconius reviewed Heroes In Crisis #1 Sep 26, 2018
4.0

this was an absolutely empty nothing of a story spread across an entire issue.

characters killed for no good reason other than cheap shock value.

Heroes In Crisis #1

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Sep 26, 2018

There's a new kind of crisis threatening the heroes of the DC Universe, ripped from real-world headlines by C.I.A.-operative-turned-comics-writer Tom King: How does a superhero handle PTSD? Welcome to Sanctuary, an ultra-secret hospital for superheroes who've been traumatized by crime-fighting and cosmic combat. But something goes inexplicably wron...

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Ellrick reviewed Heroes In Crisis #1 Sep 27, 2018
3.0

Its just...

Rebirth was so good. It added layers to the main continuity, it got me buying books outside of my normal wheelhouse just to pick up clues. I ended up owning 30+ issues of a Deathstroke run my thirst was so real, and dont regret it that series is great.

But now...

Tom King is the least heroic super hero writer ever. I cant remember the last time I put do more

Heroes In Crisis #1

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Sep 26, 2018

There's a new kind of crisis threatening the heroes of the DC Universe, ripped from real-world headlines by C.I.A.-operative-turned-comics-writer Tom King: How does a superhero handle PTSD? Welcome to Sanctuary, an ultra-secret hospital for superheroes who've been traumatized by crime-fighting and cosmic combat. But something goes inexplicably wron...

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Bloodraven reviewed Heroes In Crisis #1 Sep 26, 2018
3.0

Nothing special here. DC please Fire Dan Didio. I thought Rebirth was supposed to bring the hope back in to the DC universe? Not cheap deaths and stories about PTSD. God this book a is depressing read. We fu*king get it King, you have emotional problems.Cry me god damn river. Get your hormones checked because your estrogen is probably way to high you sad little man.

Heroes In Crisis #1

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Sep 26, 2018

There's a new kind of crisis threatening the heroes of the DC Universe, ripped from real-world headlines by C.I.A.-operative-turned-comics-writer Tom King: How does a superhero handle PTSD? Welcome to Sanctuary, an ultra-secret hospital for superheroes who've been traumatized by crime-fighting and cosmic combat. But something goes inexplicably wron...

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Bloodraven - Sep 29, 2018

You do realize that most people who suffer from depression have a hormonal issue right? So yes if a mans estrogen is way to high he will definitely act more feminine and be prone to feeling emotional and depressed because his hormones are all out of balance. I’m genuinely concerned for Tom King. Why is he always writing about depression and PTSD? I understand he probably saw some terrible things while serving in the CIA but does that mean you’re whole writing career has to be based off that?

Talon1load - Sep 29, 2018

Yeah, hormones can cause depression. That’s not an indictment of every guy with depression but who knows, it could be why King is such a bad writer. Stop trying to be offended about what people say on the internet. Just take it all with a grain of salt.

RBL reviewed Heroes In Crisis #1 Oct 12, 2018
4.0

So this "Crisis" is supposed to be an exploration of Superhero trauma and the way they cope with the toll the job can take, yet the one hero who's a recovering addict and has legitimately overcome significant trauma to be better than he was is killed off in issue 1. That's just a great call /facepalm.

They establish Sanctuary as a hospital for SUPERHEROES, yet Harley's there. In what wo more

Heroes In Crisis #1

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Sep 26, 2018

There's a new kind of crisis threatening the heroes of the DC Universe, ripped from real-world headlines by C.I.A.-operative-turned-comics-writer Tom King: How does a superhero handle PTSD? Welcome to Sanctuary, an ultra-secret hospital for superheroes who've been traumatized by crime-fighting and cosmic combat. But something goes inexplicably wron...

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KFuqua reviewed Nightwing #50 Oct 3, 2018
2.5

There's just no need for this garbage from DC. Nightwing is one of the best characters they have, if they can get a decent team on the book. This was awful.

Nightwing #50

By: Ben Percy, Chris Mooneyham
Released: Oct 3, 2018

"Knight Terrors" begins here! The big issue #50 kicks off an epic four-part story that brings together critical moments of fear and doubt from the past and the present. A young Dick Grayson hopes to escape the shadow of the Bat and earn the title of Nightwing, while an older Dick Grayson must deal with a blow he did not see coming. A common enemy u...

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RBL - Oct 12, 2018

You said it, worst issue of Nightwing to be released in years.

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egon244 reviewed Nightwing #50 Oct 5, 2018
7.5

This was interesting. A bit of a shake-up to a familiar formula that some fans will probably not be very keen about.

Seems like most of the Bat-children is getting some kind of change recently.

Nightwing #50

By: Ben Percy, Chris Mooneyham
Released: Oct 3, 2018

"Knight Terrors" begins here! The big issue #50 kicks off an epic four-part story that brings together critical moments of fear and doubt from the past and the present. A young Dick Grayson hopes to escape the shadow of the Bat and earn the title of Nightwing, while an older Dick Grayson must deal with a blow he did not see coming. A common enemy u...

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RBL - Oct 12, 2018

Making Nightwing a low-rent copy of Red Hood is just about as good a treatment as he received in the critically panned and terribly received All-Star Batman and Robin; and he was horribly mistreated and beat by Batman there. This is a cheap shock to generate a small surge of interest that will alienate more fans than it will drawn in. Worst issue of Nightwing to be released this year.

egon244 - Oct 13, 2018

Ok.

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Super17 rated Thor #1 Jun 13, 2018
1.5

Thor #1

By: Jason Aaron, Michael Del Mundo
Released: Jun 13, 2018

JASON AARON & MIKE DEL MUNDO TAKE THE PRINCE OF ASGARD IN A WHOLE NEW DIRECTION!
Thor Odinson has regained his mantle - and with it, a wild new world of trouble on his mighty hands! The artifacts of Asgard have been scattered across the earth, and to reclaim them, Thor will have to face some ugly truths. Like the production cost of hundreds of ...

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RBL - Oct 12, 2018

Because this person’s tastes are clearly piss poor.

Titanium - Nov 6, 2018

agreed

RBL added Nightwing (2016) to their pull list Oct 4, 2018

Nightwing (2016)

"BETTER THAN BATMAN" Chapter One: Batman taught Nightwing everything he knows-but what if everything he taught him is wrong? When Dick is stuck with a new mentor who challenges everything Batman taught him, Nightwing has to shatter his concept of justice in order to fight for what he knows is right. Writer Tim Seeley (GRAYSON, BATMAN & ROBIN ETERNA...

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RBL reviewed Nightwing #50 Oct 4, 2018
2.5

All points given are primarily for the art in the sequences happening in the present, was not the biggest fan of the art style used during in the flashbacks. Colorist and Inker did amazing overall work.

On to the writing...

There has not been a worse issue involving Dick Grayson to be published since the travesty that was All-Star Batman and Robin.
It’s a cheap gimmick more

Nightwing #50

By: Ben Percy, Chris Mooneyham
Released: Oct 3, 2018

"Knight Terrors" begins here! The big issue #50 kicks off an epic four-part story that brings together critical moments of fear and doubt from the past and the present. A young Dick Grayson hopes to escape the shadow of the Bat and earn the title of Nightwing, while an older Dick Grayson must deal with a blow he did not see coming. A common enemy u...

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Angus rated Superman #3 Sep 12, 2018
1.0

Superman #3

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Joe Prado
Released: Sep 12, 2018

Guest-starring the Justice League! Locked inside the Phantom Zone, the Earth stands poisoned and its heroes lie dying, with no idea how to escape the deadly Kryptonian trap. But an even deadlier threat invades as Rogol Zaar teams with those who have been imprisoned inside the Phantom Zone to use Earth to escape, not caring if they destroy the plane...

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Bloodraven reviewed Superman #3 Sep 13, 2018
3.5

Ivan Reis deserves a better writer to work with. This is the best Bendis has to offer? Really? What happened to comics? 90% of them aren’t worth you’re hard earned money.

Superman #3

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Joe Prado
Released: Sep 12, 2018

Guest-starring the Justice League! Locked inside the Phantom Zone, the Earth stands poisoned and its heroes lie dying, with no idea how to escape the deadly Kryptonian trap. But an even deadlier threat invades as Rogol Zaar teams with those who have been imprisoned inside the Phantom Zone to use Earth to escape, not caring if they destroy the plane...

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RBL - Sep 15, 2018

bendis is by far the worst person to ever have shaping the future of the Superman family, that is clear and he has barely even started his run. I hope it’s cut short for the character’s sake.

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VanillaCone reviewed Superman #3 Sep 13, 2018
5.0

Some nice art but what is this nonsense? Action Comics is actually pretty decent right now but this is like a satire of a bad Superman story. There's no humanity in this.

Superman #3

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Joe Prado
Released: Sep 12, 2018

Guest-starring the Justice League! Locked inside the Phantom Zone, the Earth stands poisoned and its heroes lie dying, with no idea how to escape the deadly Kryptonian trap. But an even deadlier threat invades as Rogol Zaar teams with those who have been imprisoned inside the Phantom Zone to use Earth to escape, not caring if they destroy the plane...

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RBL - Sep 15, 2018

I feel you were a bit too generous with your score

VanillaCone - Sep 19, 2018

I went with a 5 to give the artist some credit but you're probably right!

RBL reviewed Superman #3 Sep 13, 2018
3.5

This story of this book is undeserving of the art that goes with it. Unlike the writing which maintains a standard of terribleness, the art is actually great, the covers in particular are fantastic and serve to lure in the reader to an underwhelming experience.

Story: Throughout the entirety of the issue Superman is portrayed as a blunt, no-nonsense taking jerk, far from the Big Blue w more

Superman #3

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Joe Prado
Released: Sep 12, 2018

Guest-starring the Justice League! Locked inside the Phantom Zone, the Earth stands poisoned and its heroes lie dying, with no idea how to escape the deadly Kryptonian trap. But an even deadlier threat invades as Rogol Zaar teams with those who have been imprisoned inside the Phantom Zone to use Earth to escape, not caring if they destroy the plane...

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RBL reviewed Action Comics #1001 Jul 25, 2018
4.0

The only redeeming factor present within this issue is the Art and Colors; that said having Patrick Gleason as the artist only makes him have a front row seat to see someone else dismantle the great work he did on this very book just one volume ago

Art - 9/10 easily the best thing about this issue, the artist and colorist work together to deliver a book that is just a joy to look at.

Action Comics #1001

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Patrick Gleason
Released: Jul 25, 2018

Acclaimed writer Brian Michael Bendis' new chapter for the Man of Steel and the world of tomorrow begins here! The devastating repercussions from the Man of Steel miniseries still reverberate as Metropolis enters a new age! The Daily Planet teeters on the brink of disaster! A new criminal element has made its way onto the streets of Superman's home...

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RBL reviewed Man of Steel #6 Jul 4, 2018
3.5

Tl;dr The art, coloring and lettering were good and earned the only full points this issue merits. The story of this entire mini however, despite what others would have you believe, is absolutely abyssmal and filled with egregious affronts to continuity and characterization where characters will say/do whatever is required of them to advance the plot as bendis sees regardless of how out of charact more

Man of Steel #6

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Jason Fabok
Released: Jul 4, 2018

The fate of Lois Lane and Jon Kent is revealed! Metropolis' survival hangs in the balance! And Superman must somehow put an end to Rogol Zaar's rampage! It's do-or-die time for the Man of Steel in the final chapter of this explosive miniseries!

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RBL - Jul 5, 2018

Yeah, his take on Jon is a far cry from the great character a far better writer built up and developed. It reads as if bendis purposely misconstrued the work of more able people to force a ludicrous idea to fit into this book. I only hope his tenure on Action Comics and Superman is short.

myconius - Jul 5, 2018

Bendis's take on Jon is just horrible!!! did not like the treatment at all. it is pretty sad that Jurgens and Tomasi rescued Superman from the awful interpretation we were getting from the New 52, only to each be booted off their books at the 50 issue mark. any idea what they are planning to do with Tomasi or Jurgens now that they are no longer writing Superman?

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myconius reviewed Man of Steel #6 Jul 4, 2018
5.0

i liked this issue. i didn't love it.
at least it was much better than last week's issue. though that's not really saying much.

i did find Lois leaving with Jon compelling. Bendis's version of Jon is pretty annoying, so i almost was happy to see him go. i was really upset seeing Lois leave though.
Clark giving her his suit and saying it would protect her was very touching. i a more

Man of Steel #6

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Jason Fabok
Released: Jul 4, 2018

The fate of Lois Lane and Jon Kent is revealed! Metropolis' survival hangs in the balance! And Superman must somehow put an end to Rogol Zaar's rampage! It's do-or-die time for the Man of Steel in the final chapter of this explosive miniseries!

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RBL - Jul 5, 2018

It almost seems as the entire point of the mini was to leave a Superman without present attachments and somehow explain why the trunks are back. The former was a choice that basically negates the stellar work of Jurgens, Gleason and Tomasi in favor of whatever inane, banal, overly contrived and terrible stories bendis wants to tell. As far as the latter, there were ways to do this that were not nearly as absurd and dumb. But since it’s bendis here, continuity and characterization be damned.

myconius - Jul 5, 2018

i can definitely feel your frustration to what Bendis is doing to Superman. i haven't been reading Superman long enough to know all the history, but seeing the changes from the rare bits i've read of Tomasi's Superman to what Bendis is doing... i'm not thrilled with seeing Lois & Jon shipped off to god knows where. i'm still on the fence if i want to continue his run. MoS #6 left me with an enormous headache. though i'm sure Batman#50 also had a hand in that as well.

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MKW69 reviewed Man of Steel #6 Jul 4, 2018
4.5

It was underwhelming. Marvel musy have a real laught, with Bendis Gone.

Man of Steel #6

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Jason Fabok
Released: Jul 4, 2018

The fate of Lois Lane and Jon Kent is revealed! Metropolis' survival hangs in the balance! And Superman must somehow put an end to Rogol Zaar's rampage! It's do-or-die time for the Man of Steel in the final chapter of this explosive miniseries!

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RBL - Jul 5, 2018

You’re being far too kind.

RBL reviewed Man of Steel #4 Jun 21, 2018
3.0

The points it gets are solely for the art and colors.

bendis continues his usual methods of ignoring any and all continuity and characterization, showing it to its fullest extent here.
Jor-El was for all accounts destroyed by presumably Dr. Manhattan in the Mr. Oz arc, yet here he shows up as if he had mended fended fences with his son when in their last encounter they were fully more

Man of Steel #4

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Kevin Maguire
Released: Jun 20, 2018

Rogol Zaar has committed a string of atrocities across the cosmos that have led him to the Fortress of Solitude-and now Superman and Supergirl plan to crush his schemes! But are even two Kryptonians enough to stop his sinister machinations?

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