Craig Williams's Reviews > Superman: Our Worlds at War Omnibus

Superman by Jeph Loeb
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Mar 31, 2012

it was ok
Read from March 31 to April 22, 2012

This volume is every bit as epic as one would imagine with a title like "Our Worlds at War", but perhaps a more fitting title would have been "Our Worlds at Bore". Yeah... that one was a bit of a stretch, but apt nevertheless. I've never been much of a Superman fan, but I do like Jeph Loeb and Ed Mcguinness enough that I figured I'd give this a shot. It was a little laborious to get through, and quite frankly, epic, Universe shattering events like this don't mean much when one knows that all of the characters that get killed over the course of the story will eventually be brought back to life somewhere down the line. So when Aquaman died (oh no, what a loss) it barely registered either emotionally or even intellectually. It was just kind of "meh", which pretty much sums up this graphic novel. Meh. Your time would be better spent watching the final season of Justice League Unlimited.

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