Hello and Happy Fall greetings, @ModernAgeSupermanClub!
Our 10th anniversary celebration of the initial Superman titles of The New 52 concludes with the title that squarely bore The Man of Steel’s moniker that everyone knows and loves him by, Superman.
Comics god George Perez oversaw the initial New 52 Superman stories, wherein Superman fought foes that rattled his senses, as well as took on…Supergirl? Check out the full scoop below, Daily Planet fan!
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George Perez is known as an absolute titan of the comics industry, having worked on a very wide variety of franchises, titles and characters for many publishers over a career that spans decades.
For many fans, his most influential work for DC Comics remains The New Teen Titans (with legendary writer Marv Wolfman, no stranger to Superman) and the Post-Crisis on Infinite Earths volume of Wonder Woman.
While his work on the New 52 Superman series ran but a scant few issues, what did you think of it and where would you rank it within Perez’s catalog?
Superman was the final New 52 Wave 1 Superman title. Where do you rank the series, not only within the Superman line of the time (among Action Comics, Superboy and Supergirl) but also within the overall grand hierarchy of The New 52 itself?
What was your favorite moment from these issues?
What are your thoughts on Clark arguing for print journalism in a decade that was unfortunately seeing the decline of the medium as digital journalism took hold for a new era at the Daily Planet (and in our own world, as well)?
Anything else that comes to mind, Super Fans.
That’s our adventure for this week! Read, discuss and soak in all of the 10th anniversary fun of The New 52 as only Superman can deliver it!
Next week: “Kryyyyp-to-nite!”
@Bar-El As Jonathan Kent said in the Snyder Cut, “It’s time.”