Superman: The Man of Steel, Vol. 2 (2020)

Superman: The Man of Steel, Vol. 2 John Byrne Marv Wolfman Jerry Ordway TerryAustin Dick Giordano Superman The Man of Steel Vol Presenting modern tales of his earliest adventures SUPERMAN THE MAN OF STEEL VOL is a fascinating book of human drama and super hero action In these enthralling stories Superman begins his lifelon
  • Title: Superman: The Man of Steel, Vol. 2
  • Author: John Byrne Marv Wolfman Jerry Ordway TerryAustin Dick Giordano
  • ISBN: 9781401200053
  • Page: 464
  • Format: Paperback
Superman: The Man of Steel, Vol. 2 John Byrne Marv Wolfman Jerry Ordway TerryAustin Dick Giordano Presenting modern tales of his earliest adventures, SUPERMAN THE MAN OF STEEL VOL 2 is a fascinating book of human drama and super hero action In these enthralling stories, Superman begins his lifelong rivalry with Lex Luthor as the industrialist megalomaniac and the last son of Krypton vie for the heart of Lois Lane and control over Metropolis Traveling through time aPresenting modern tales of his earliest adventures, SUPERMAN THE MAN OF STEEL VOL 2 is a fascinating book of human drama and super hero action In these enthralling stories, Superman begins his lifelong rivalry with Lex Luthor as the industrialist megalomaniac and the last son of Krypton vie for the heart of Lois Lane and control over Metropolis Traveling through time and outer space, the Man of Steel endures a series of grueling trials and tribulations in which he reveals his alien background to Lois Lane, discovers his lethal weakness to kryptonite, and suffers from amnesia while fighting an alien tyrant.Collects Superman vol 2, 1 3 Action Comics 584 586 Adventures of Superman 424 426
Superman: The Man of Steel, Vol. 2 John Byrne Marv Wolfman Jerry Ordway TerryAustin Dick Giordano

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One thought on “Superman: The Man of Steel, Vol. 2

  1. Ivan

    For unknown reasons I had impulse to read some of classic Superman, considering I never read Superman comics or been fan of Superman movies it s strange impulse indeed.First two volumes of Man of steel and am not enjoying it This are just too hectic and stories that would have been developed over course of one volume in modern comics are cramped in single issues Fights are often poorly drawn and in some less straightforward fights I had trouble understanding what the hell is going on.

  2. Arturo

    John Byrne really knows how to disappoint and make me hate a comic I want an action packed issue and I get nothing but story Well that s what I thought when I read this in 2002ish, it was then I realized 15 years later and the stories are still great 30 year old issues and I still remember what they were about Is timeless and exaggeration Probably, but they re still great issues Although volume 1 reached my limit, in this volume there s a lot going on I think Superman 2 is in Superman s Greates [...]

  3. John Yelverton

    John Byrne continues his amazing retelling of Superman s origin in this new addition to the book series.

  4. Donovan

    As Vol 1 is out of print, I started with Vol 2 Eh More 80s camp and sci fi hilarity similar to Wolfman s Teen Titans in a way I found unenjoyable Which, if you re wondering, Wolfman s New Teen Titans is amazing as far as Bronze Age comics go The first story involves Supes fighting a Kryptonite powered Terminator like truly ripping off James Cameron , the second he s switched minds souls with a guy with MS.cally a morality check that it s okay to be disabled Or maybe not, the guy with MS is a bad [...]

  5. Ryan

    John Byrne s Superman wasn t the first iteration of the character that I ever read, but it remains one of my favourites This volume isn t as much of a classic as the first in the Man of Steel series, but there are some fun science fictiony type adventures in it.One thing I was very disappointed in, though, was the last three chapters of the book It s part of the Legends mega crossover, and we re just unceremoniously dumped into the middle of that story without any context To make matters worse, [...]

  6. Joseph

    This is a bit better than the first volume, but man, Lois s 80s fashions are atrocious I wonder why 80s fashion feels dated, whereas 50s fashion seems kinda timeless Anyway, this book gives us the new Metallo, and appearances by the Teen Titans, the Phantom Stranger, and the New Gods Darkseid The stories by Byrne are a bit better than Marv Wolfman s, but Jerry Ordways s pencils look fantastic here.

  7. David

    Surprisingly good I missed all this in the 80 s I d turned by back on DC after the horror of CRISIS Just wish this was all just the John Byrne ACTION COMICS stories without the Ordway SUPERMAN mixed into it The Byrne stuff seems timeless The Ordway seems like he s aping the British comics of the time a bit too heavily.

  8. Victor Orozco

    Very good.After the amazing beginning in the Man of Steel collection, the rest of the Post Crisis goes into high gear First, Superman resolves the mysterious theft of his stolen spaceship and then he goes on to face a familiar enemy in John Corben aka Metallo I ve seen a version of this story before and this was well done.Afterwards a pretty amazing confrontation with the Teen Titans which is explained But its still great, no doubt Marv Wolfman enjoyed having his kids go against the Man of Steel [...]

  9. Sean

    Wow I thought this was kind of a reintroduction of Superman into the DC universe At times, it seemed like it was At others Superman would have some random adventure that comes out of nowhere The stories here are all over the place The art by John Byrne is, to me, the classic Superman That s how I picture Supes in my head This book might be good for nostalgia s sake but its not much of a read.

  10. Gabriel Salter

    Not bad if you liek the grittier, darker stories of Superman that the Man of Steel comic books shows, and I liked the fact that the villains are much better characterized than in the original Superman comic book But somehow the story loses the hope and optimism that Superman comics had, and I miss that A LOT.

  11. Feather Mista

    Si no me equivoco, el contenido de este tomo lo tengo entre revistas de Zinco y el coleccionable de Planeta, y si bien esta nueva edici n de ECC est muy bonita, es improbable que me lo compre de nuevo Qu nostalgia que me dan los cap tulos contra los Titanes y cuando viaja al pasado y se encuentra a Etrigan

  12. Dante

    This era of Superman was always my favorite John Byrne simply knocked it out of the ball park when it came to Superman This was just how I remembered it to be great.

  13. Scott

    Wolfman is a better writer than Byrne Byrne uses to many thought balloons in unrealistic ways to narrate, but these are minor quibbles in this coherent revision in of the Superman mythos.

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