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Action Comics #5

(Action Comics (2011) (Single Issues) #5)

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Featuring art by Andy Kubert! As the assault from an alien threat takes a turn for the worse for Metropolis, key facts about Superman’s past are brought to light for the first time! And how can certain elements from The Man of Steel’s future help to prevent the theft of the millennium?
Kindle Edition, 30 pages
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توفيق عبد الرحيم
Jul 22, 2018 rated it really liked it
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I loved this issue
The side story was beautiful and emotional.
The origins of superman was amazing.
The talking ship is great.
Martha and Kent are the best couple in comics, i have seen so far. they are an example of rare beautiful people in this world who stick together no matter what.
And ofc i don't know who the four villains are and who are the three comrades of superman they have weird costumes i would be amazed if they are actually supergirl and superboy and someone else but, actually not only
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John Nelson
Jun 08, 2015 rated it did not like it
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The art is just so bad, I couldn't tell what the hell was going on at the end. I saw this jagged thing, some confusing looking silhouettes talking about Kryptonite and time travel and then there was superman in the future standing there in the last panel.

I really wish DC took better pains to reboot their series. I understand the reasons, and conceptually there's so much good stuff happening...but with the worst framing, dialog and art I've ever seen. The baby superman was just god aweful.
Jalen Bell
Apr 17, 2012 rated it liked it
This story arc is a little confusing
Seleyia
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With the current threat still a major one, Superman's history is told both on Krypton and Earth, as well as both of his parents. This was an interesting way to weave in his past in with the present.
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