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Review – Action Comics #981 (DC Comics)

Publisher: DC Comics Writer: Dan Jurgens Pencils: Jack Herbert Colours: Hi-Fi Inks: Jack Herbert Letters: Rob Leigh Release Date: 14th June 2017 With General Zod free and a temporary truce in place between Superman’s greatest foes, things were looking fairly bad for Clark as he stumbled into the black vault and was assaulted by visions of dead loved ones. And, to make matters worse, six of the strongest super villains that have ever lived now pursue the key to ending the life of the Man of Steel while he is utterly helpless to stop them. Dan Jurgens is really in his element here, giving Clark the beating of his life both physically and mentally.  For the first time in a long time there seems to be some genuine danger here, and it all comes down to the formidable cast that has been assembled. We get to see a little of Clark’s psychosis and fear during the course of this latest issue and it is refreshing to have him put in a position he can’t simply punch his way out of. Often we see writers having to rely on Kryptonite or magic as a way to slow Superman down but this [...]



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