And Then I Read: SUPERMAN 38

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Superman has been trying to help Ulysses, but things went very wrong, and now Ulysses is out to destroy Superman and Earth, even though it’s the home of his own parents. This is a setup for major melodrama, but the fine writing of Geoff Johns keeps it real and believable, even though of course it’s unbelievable how two such powerful beings go at each other. There are many effective character moments among the blasting and explosions, including an appearance by Batman, Clark Kent back to work at The Daily Planet, Ulysses and his parents, and my favorite, the closing scene with Jimmy Olsen setting up the return of Jimmy’s best role.


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