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I'm gonna assume this will be made into a movie and the movie may be great but there is some obvious bad writing
There's one thing at the end that is a huge plothole that... Read more
Mark Millar decided to take a step back from the usual graphic violence of his comics, and instead wrote his love letter to Superman fans about a boy with multiple sclerosis, who... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ben Franklin-Shaw
I cannot fault this book, as with other Millar books not for young children, amazing for adults & older teens. Read morePublished 5 months ago by s.family
Mark Millar has done it again, this graphic novel doesn't fail to amaze. The writing and drawing are awesome, hope you enjoy as much as mePublished 13 months ago by Buzzard Sales & Services
Another hit by awesome writer Mark Millar, this shows what Superman could've been doing instead of waiting for a catastrophe every other day. Read morePublished 17 months ago by David Trotter
Buy this comic.
This is a great comic because it's the greatest homage to Superman and super-heroes in general.
5 star because it is so enjoyable to read this... Read more
I found this Book to be dull and lacked imagination, I was very let down as I was expecting more from this book and my personal feeling is this book lacked any real punch and it is... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Luke
Different and intriguing! I enjoyed it and it acts as an alternative to Superman and the more traditional super heros.Published on 4 Jan. 2013 by R C Hawkes
All kids want to be a superhero, even kids in their thirties like me! But for one boy - the chance to become his hero is about to be granted from the unlikeliest of places when a... Read morePublished on 15 April 2012 by @GeekZilla9000