Superman Godfall TP (Superman (DC Comics)) Paperback – 17 Jun 2005
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Michael Turner is one of the industry's most respected creators and has worked on many titles, including Fathom, Danger Girl, Tomb Raider and Witchblade. Joe Kelly has written celebrated runs on Deadpool, JLA, Superman and X-Men. Talent Caldwell is a gifted newcomer who has worked on both Tomb Raider and Fathom: Killian's Tide. Jason Gorder is also a newcomer who has already done sterling work on Fathom and Witchblade. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Godfall is a very dull middle piece of a larger Superman story. How Superman got brainwashed/shrunk happened to take place in a previous book (not sure which one but I haven’t read it, though several pages of text are provided to catch you up if you’re interested – I wasn’t) and what follows after concludes in the pages of Chuck Austen’s Action Comics run. We’re introduced to the dreadful Kryptonian cop Preus whose character Austen managed to completely mangle by making him totally psychotic in the even worse Superman book In The Name of Gog, before some guy (probably a pseudonym) called JD Finn put him to rest.
I suppose if you wondered what Kryptonian city life was like, this might be vaguely interesting though it’s more a visual feel than anything insightful. The Kryptonian armour the guards wear might’ve served as inspiration for the kind worn in the Man of Steel movie as they look similar but that’s not a great reason to read this.
So we watch as Kal slowly realises he’s Superman and that he’s in Kandor, in a bottle, on Brainiac’s ship. It’s a slow, uninteresting process before he escapes and grows big again (how did he do that again?) and then fights an alien witch called Lyla who stole his powers and also refuses to wear pants - another great character design, DC!
I didn’t understand Lyla’s character at all.Read more ›
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This was such a disappointment. I expected way more, but then again I read a lot of Moore stuff so not many things can stand up to that. Waste of money in my opinion.Published on 4 Mar. 2014 by Jay M
AMAZING must have the storey is a bit hard to understand but you get the ider by the end the art work is amazing buy it nowPublished on 13 Jan. 2008 by J. Taylor