Superman: La Odisea

Superman La Odisea Approximately six weeks of Clark Kent s global travels prior to becoming Superman are explored in this slim volume Seeing a newscast of the death of the Bhutranese leader Clark remembers how importan

  • Title: Superman: La Odisea
  • Author: Graham Nolan Chuck Dixon
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 190
  • Format: Paperback
  • Approximately six weeks of Clark Kent s global travels prior to becoming Superman are explored in this slim volume.Seeing a newscast of the death of the Bhutranese leader, Clark remembers how important she once was to him From their first meeting in Paris to their parting in her home country of Bhutran, we see here how the death of her father, a not so thinly disguised meApproximately six weeks of Clark Kent s global travels prior to becoming Superman are explored in this slim volume.Seeing a newscast of the death of the Bhutranese leader, Clark remembers how important she once was to him From their first meeting in Paris to their parting in her home country of Bhutran, we see here how the death of her father, a not so thinly disguised metaphor for the Dalai Lama, helped the two young lovers realize their separate destinies of leadership.

    One thought on “Superman: La Odisea”

    1. Historia corta de Superman en sus albores cuando ni siquiera usaba traje e iba descubriendo sus poderes. Clark Kent conoce una joven en París y perseguidos por chinos comunistas escapan a Buthran donde el padre de ella es un líder espiritual razón por la cual sufren los atentados por ser acusado de peligro libre pensador libera mentes. Bastante facho todo. Hay un pequeño cameo de Batman. El arte está bien para la época.

    2. this is an elseworlds type story. superman as a 18-21 year old, no superboy, doesn't know how powerful he is. this also is not the pulitzer winning clark kent telling the story. this clark is in his thirties and unaware of a fairly major story - the execution of an old friend by china for her political views - don't know how he could have missed the lead up to this on the wire services. even vic sage (?) would have covered it in his newscasts. other than that a great story w/art by graham nolan. [...]

    3. Sé que este comic va bastante más allá de "los chinos comunistas son malos", pero como insisten bastante en el temita, para la mitad del comic (que de por sí es bastante corto) ya estaba un poquitín hinchado, aunque la historia de amor entre Clark y la hija del Dalai está bastante bonita.

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