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After recent major events shook the Batman and Superman franchises over the last year, this series brings the families of The Dark Knight and The Man of Steel together to explore what makes them both tick. Pairing crime fighters such as Supergirl with the all-new Batgirl, the new Red Robin and the fresh Kryptonian hero Nightwing and many others, expect to also see some of...more
Paperback, 144 pages
Published June 29th 2010 by DC Comics
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Michael
Sterling Gates' four issue team-up arc featuring the young heroes who have stepped into the breach during the absence of the apparently dead Bruce Wayne and Clark Kent, off on New Krypton keeping an eye on Zod.
Everybody loves a good team-up but this collection just isn't as fun as it should have been. The new Kryptonian Nightwing and Red Robin kick off the show taking on the Kryptonite Man and, contrary to the back cover synopsis, The Penguin. The erroneously billed Mr Freeze doesn't turn up unt...more
Paul Riches
It was the last great pre-TheNew52 Superman storyline. It was supposed to entertain and enlighten and energize the Superman books for years to come. It was one of the most massive, interconnected tales of Kal-El ever told.

And I thoroughly enjoyed it.

And I think I was one of the few who did.

And that is a complete shame.

Superman New Krypton is a storyline that takes place over almost two years worth of Superman, Action Comics, Supergirl, Superboy, World of New Krypton, Adventure Comics and various...more
Ciku Kimani
It was worth staying in for the weekend..
John Yelverton
This was a fun book that brought back the magic of the original book series even if in name only.
Angela
Nothing special. Robin's reactions to other superheroes are fun though.
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Sterling Gates was born and raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He earned a degree in Art from the University of Oklahoma, specializing in Film and Media Arts. After moving to Los Angeles, Sterling worked as writer's room production assistant on TV's "Blade: The Series," later becoming assistant to comic book industry giant, Geoff Johns.

Since selling his first story to DC Comics in 2007, Sterling has writt...more
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