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Superman Vol. 3: Fury at World's End (The New 52) (Superman - New 52!) Kindle & comiXology
|Length: 144 pages|
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- Book 3 of 8 in Superman (2011-) (Collections) (8 Book Series)
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You can read these issues here, as the missing bits are described in passing, and the story does hold together surprisingly well, but you are better off reading the big collection. Issue #0 is actually a story about Jor-El and Lara on Krypton, before Kal-El's birth, as Jor-El first discovers that Krypton is doomed. There is a "doomsday" conspiracy/cult that comes out of the woodwork before Jor-El can present his evidence, and they destroy the only means of him proving his findings. This story is narrated by Kal-El, who is watching the finale - and it is reprinted in the sequel to this very story - Superman: Krypton Returns (the New 52) - as it forms the opening chapter. So, basically, you can avoid buying this volume by buying the collected editions of the crossovers.Read more ›
This is as is noted by most reviewers, only part of the ‘H’el On Earth’ story and if you want to read all of that there is always the trade that collects it – see elsewhere.
What you get here is actually the highlights.
If you’re not that interested in SuperBOY (and it’s not that original or engaging if you ask me) or SuperGIRL (who is an incredibly objectionable obnoxious whining diva – IMHO) then this trade is actually all you need – AND you get an extra of the ‘0’ issue which actually spotlights Jor-El.
There are some annoying aspects of ‘H’El’ such as the bad-guy himself – he doesn’t get much fleshing out and his powers are vague with no explanation for being so and there’s no real spin to the fairly traditional story.
I’m not a fan of the Jor-El issue either, it reads just like a ‘Tales from Krypton’ imaginary story from the silver age and did not engage me.
I’m not a great fan of this new52 young Superman, but there is still enough to entertain here. - It just doesn’t feel very cutting edge for a new spin.
It is VERY annoying to buy a book only to find that you effectively bought it last month with a different cover!