Nathan's Reviews > Superman: For Tomorrow, Vol. 1
Superman: For Tomorrow, Vol. 1
Oct 31, 2011
Any comic book that features Jim Lee's artwork excites me however after reading All Star Batman and Robin the Boy Wonder I soon became weary that not all stories featuring Lee's gorgeous artwork are going to be engaging and interesting. This is the case with Superman: For Tomorrow; following the immense popularity of Batman: Hush DC thought it could strike gold twice with a collaboration between Brian Azzarello and Jim Lee however this story is not engaging and lacks any form of impact on the series. The story is mainly about people disappearing and Superman having a sort of superhero mid-life crisis. When there is a problem in the first issue itself that's when you know that trouble lies ahead. Boring characters, anti-climatic battles and a plot that is stretched very thin over the 12 issue arc leaves the reader with one question: Why bother?
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