Superman: The Man of Steel, Vol. 7

Superman The Man of Steel Vol In these tales from written and illustrated by John Byrne Superman battles familiar foes including Brainiac Lex Luthor and Toyman and fights alongside Green Lantern and The Spectre

  • Title: Superman: The Man of Steel, Vol. 7
  • Author: John Byrne Jerry Ordway
  • ISBN: 9781401238209
  • Page: 500
  • Format: Paperback
  • In these tales from 1987, written and illustrated by John Byrne, Superman battles familiar foes including Brainiac, Lex Luthor and Toyman, and fights alongside Green Lantern and The Spectre.

    One thought on “Superman: The Man of Steel, Vol. 7”

    1. Another collection in the Byrne run on Superman. I began reading these last summer, around the time of the Man of Steel movie. The film got quite a bit from Byrne's handling of the superhero. This was an average volume. The "Point of View" story seemed to go forever, though.

    2. More great Superman stories with team ups and adventures that will keep you glued to every single well drawn page.

    3. I enjoy John Byrne's Man of Steel and run on Superman quite a lot but this volume is predominated by the awful Millennium crossover- one of DC's worse ideas and a drag on this story in particular. The second half of Volume 7 is a bit better but still not up to the standards of the previous installments.

    4. I thoroughly enjoy John Byrne's Superman stories - an easy to like and relate to Clark Kent, creative use of super-powers, a solid mix of challenges physical and mental, and a complex, enjoyable supporting cast to flesh out the hero's world. There's nothing here that isn't terrific.

    5. Nice collection. I'd read some of them when first out, but I like the emphasis on Smallville in this book.

    6. Not much here, and I really hated the whole millennium thing. Also, the Clark and Superman grew up like brothers thing just doesn't work.

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