Superman: Doom in a Box

Superman Doom in a Box When Clark Kent receives an action figure of Doomsday it seems like a harmless toy But soon enough Clark realizes that this harmless action figure is actually a creator of destruction As water makes

  • Title: Superman: Doom in a Box
  • Author: Brent Sudduth Dan Panosian
  • ISBN: 9780696239564
  • Page: 399
  • Format: Paperback
  • When Clark Kent receives an action figure of Doomsday, it seems like a harmless toy But soon enough, Clark realizes that this harmless action figure is actually a creator of destruction As water makes Doomsday grow larger and larger, he becomes unstoppable and the city is threatened So to save the city from devastation, Superman must act to save the day.

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    1. Yesterday, I lauded Hulk vs. Hulk which was published by the same firm (Pennyworthy) a this one. Unfortunately, I cannot give this one a similar recommendation.While the story is arguably more complex, or at least less obvious, than the other book, the art, while technically solid, fails to convey energy to a verbose script printed with oversmall font. It might be enjoyable from a read yourself perspective, but it's not fun to try and read aloud.I don't hate Superman and if your child likes supe [...]

    2. I enjoyed this book because out of all the super heroes, I like Superman the most. It was entertaining and it kept me guessing how Superman was going to defeat the enemy. This book would be a great book to recommend to kids who are interested in science fiction and super heroes. It can help them work on predicting because the teacher can ask, "How do you think, Superman will stop Doomsday?"

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