And Then I Read: SUPERMAN 37

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The adage “If it seems too good to be true, it probably is” applies to this storyline brilliantly written by Geoff Johns and illustrated by John Romita Jr. and Klaus Janson. The new character Ulysses, returned to Earth after being raised on a distant and, as he describes it, much better world, has proved to Superman that his great power can be used to help people. But his plan to help Earth involves sending millions of Earth people back to his homeworld. Is his motivation different from altruism? Superman is suspicious, and as it turns out, with good reason. When he arrives on the Great World, as they call it, Ulysses imprisons Superman and begins to reveal his real plan. The fact that Ulysses’ human parents are caught up in his schemes is a troubling complication.

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