And Then I Read: SUPERMAN 41

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Gene Luen Yang takes over for Geoff Johns as writer this issue, and as I was enjoying Johns’ run, I thought I’d give it a try. I liked it.

Superman is still trying to figure out his new power, which is a burst of nova-like energy he has a hard time controlling, and that leaves his powers drained for a while. Clark Kent, meanwhile, is receiving texts from a mystery person who seems to know far too much about him. How Clark attempts to deal with that is a large part of this issue, along with the news story that he, Jimmy and Lois are all working on about high-tech weapons in the wrong hands, and how they got there.

The writing seems fine, I’m intrigued to see where the story goes, and I’m still enjoying John Romita Jr. and Klaus Janson’s art.


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