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Superman: Savage Dawn #2020

Superman Savage Dawn De powered and fragile Superman is becoming increasingly desperate to regain his abilities There isn t a solution he s not ready to embrace the Greek Gods villainous adversaries and Kryptonite In th

  • Title: Superman: Savage Dawn
  • Author: Gene Luen Yang Peter J. Tomasi Greg Pak
  • ISBN: 9781401270049
  • Page: 103
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Superman: Savage Dawn By Gene Luen Yang Peter J. Tomasi Greg Pak, De powered and fragile, Superman is becoming increasingly desperate to regain his abilities There isn t a solution he s not ready to embrace the Greek Gods, villainous adversaries and Kryptonite In the midst of this crisis, Superman discovers the mastermind behind it all the immortal Vandal Savage Collecting Superman 48 50 Annual 3 Action Comics 48 50 SupeDe powered and fragile, Superman is becoming increasingly desperate to regain his abilities There isn t a solution he s not ready to embrace the Greek Gods, villainous adversaries and Kryptonite In the midst of this crisis, Superman discovers the mastermind behind it all the immortal Vandal Savage Collecting Superman 48 50 Annual 3 Action Comics 48 50 Superman Wonder Woman 25 27

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    1. Well there have been some changes in the Superman world yet again For some reason Superman has lost his power and is normal and everyone knows he is Clark Kent Lex Luthor is on the Justice League, for some reason To top it off turns out this whole thing was orchestrated by Vandal Savage who wants to bring the meteor that created him to be brought to Earth so that he can start life on Earth anew.Savage even manages to capture the Justice League and is leeching their powers So Superman decides to [...]

    2. Overall not a bad crossover, but it does have its faults It turns out Vandal Savage is behind Superman s power issues of the last year or so None of which are explained how Seemingly, he can just hook anyone up to a machine and drain their powers Savage is trying to bring the comet that gave him his power back to Earth so he can get even powerful It s all kind of crazy and than a little bit stupid I didn t care how they HAD to tie in Savage s comet into Krypton Krypton is solar systems away No [...]

    3. A large scale Superman crossover featuring a pile of artists, the story consists of Superman and friends facing Vandal Savage and a cadre of crap villains, whilst Savage enacts his nefarious plan to make himself even powerful so he can destroy the world Doesn t exactly get the blood pumping.The writing was a mixed bag, as was the art, but overall it was diverting enough I ll be hard pressed to remember its ins and outs a week from now, but I am glad that the stupid character of Hordr_Root coppe [...]

    4. Not the worst Superman story I ve ever read but that s hardly a glowing endorsement For some reason New 52 Supes just never got off the ground for me the Doomed storyline aside and I can only hope the character returns to prominence in DC Rebirth.

    5. Savage Dawn is crossover arc featuring the New 52 Superman for DC Comics The New 52 version of the Man of Steel has not had a great run to say the least I my opinion Grant Morrison handled the character very well but it just seemed like once he left the Action Comics series the every writer just tried to run away from what he did for the character I feel like the best stories I have read featuring this Supes were Superman Unchained, Superman, Volume 6 The Men of Tomorrow, and enjoy Superman H el [...]

    6. 3.5 stars Superman Savage Dawn is a crossover between the three Superman monthly books, the eponymous Superman, Action Comics, and Superman Wonder Woman This is a culmination of the stories happening in those books, so it doesn t stand on its own I ve always preferred crossovers where the story happens in the monthly books as opposed to a miniseries with tie in issues because they re always better coordinated, which is the case here The writing between the books is almost seamless, the artwork r [...]

    7. I won t say that I didn t enjoy this compilation in places, but overall it felt a bit too 90s crossover y.Artistically, it definitely had its moments But the showdown with Vandal Savage just got to be too much of a muchness like a Michael Bay movie, it was hard to keep track of who was doing what, and whose ass was getting heat visionedIn terms of an emotional payoff, view spoiler I thought the volume would end with the death of Big Blue but ultimately it was a bit of a bait and switch as, despi [...]

    8. Okay, I liked the story okay It was a bit far fetched and a little bit stretched out, but in the end it still delivered a decent read The artwork though my god what was that How many crappy artists were working on that Definitely toward the end it felt like nobody was anxious to finish it and just do a couple of pages each TerribleLet s give this a solid 2.5 5 but since we can t give half points I ll land on a 3

    9. This was definitely an attempt to bring some epic storytelling to Superman What fell flat for me was the vindictiveness of Vandal Savage, which has never been there before toward Superman and the ability to drain the superpowers from ever superhero in the DC Universe It just could have been a lot better, and Superman, the character, was definitely taken for a ride.

    10. This book came through the library and I couldn t resist checking it out Starting off, it was obvious there were other stories that led up to this one As such, I was playing catch up and the plot seemed to move a little slowly However, once I was immersed in the story, the plot really picked up I shouldn t have been surprised Peter J Tomasi did an excellent job portraying Damian Wayne in the New 52 Batman and Robin series He brought the same sort of vulnerability meeting perseverance that made h [...]

    11. After a long build up and the depowering of Supes which I think I was in the minority who enjoyed that move the culmination felt underwhelming It was such an unmemorable title I finished about 3 hours ago and I ve already forgot how Vandal was defeated Superman was repowered which was inevitable and terribly droll and I felt it took awayJust a huge big feeling of meh after a title I was really looking forward to.

    12. What I wanted in a Superman book, a clear understandable story and clear action in the artwork I ll be looking for the next volume.

    13. A lukewarm attempt to convince us that Superman was way over his head A rollercoaster ride that fail to go beyond second gear.

    14. Good story line The art was not up to par in some sections I like the Vandal Savage story and what he brings.

    15. This is a BIG idea from DC, with a lot of scope for the storyline, but around the half way mark it staggers for a couple of issues chapters, then it picks back up Though I don t think the writers utilise all of the possibilities on offer, as it d make for a much larger story, they do pick quite a few of the best.As with the previous volume Truth , Superman is at his Golden Age power levels Once again giving him difficult choices to make If you re used to flying but can now only jump tall buildin [...]

    16. WowI rated this quite a bit higher than everyone elsed I m not a typical Superman guy.Maybe because it s not everyone s preferred Superman I found it a nice story of what Superman is willing to do, and others, to protect his adopted home.

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