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Superman: Unconventional Warfare

Superman Unconventional Warfare Clark Kent is back at the Daily Planet but funds himself relegated to the police beat riding along with the Metropolis Special Crimes Unit and their new commander Lt Lupe Teresa Leocadio Escudero Th

  • Title: Superman: Unconventional Warfare
  • Author: Greg Rucka Matthew Clark Renato Guedes Paul Pelletier
  • ISBN: 9781401204495
  • Page: 201
  • Format: Paperback
  • Clark Kent is back at the Daily Planet but funds himself relegated to the police beat, riding along with the Metropolis Special Crimes Unit and their new commander, Lt Lupe Teresa Leocadio Escudero The SCU is nearly destroyed by the arrival of Replikon, who is deadlier than ever but seemingly not in control of his actions Superman must protect Metropolis, come to a workClark Kent is back at the Daily Planet but funds himself relegated to the police beat, riding along with the Metropolis Special Crimes Unit and their new commander, Lt Lupe Teresa Leocadio Escudero The SCU is nearly destroyed by the arrival of Replikon, who is deadlier than ever but seemingly not in control of his actions Superman must protect Metropolis, come to a working understanding with Lupe, and unravel the mystery that threatens his city Meanwhile, Lois Lane is sent to the Middle East to be embedded with the Army forces but finds that she has rubbed the top brass the wrong way.

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    1 thought on “Superman: Unconventional Warfare

    1. The first in a series of pretty confusing Superman stories helmed by Greg Rucka. This first volume is really the only one worth reading, as both the artwork and the story gel nicely. Putting Clark at a bit of a distance from his wife, due to their jobs getting in the way of their personal lives, is a pretty simple yet stunning story development for a mostly punch-and-fly character. In particular, Rucka's handling of Lois and her penultimate decision in the volume is breathtaking. Separating this [...]

    2. Ok collection of stories, but nothing exceptional. Rucka splits Superman and Lois into two separate story strands that re-connect tragically by the end, but I never quite buy the Lois story. Well done Rucka for trying though.I like Matthew Clarks Superman, he's drawn in a classical style, in big panels with us looking up at him quite often; nice art.The collection also suffers because it leaves open the resolution of the 'Ruin' storyline, so you feel shortchanged.Worth borrowing, but not to buy. [...]

    3. One of the things about superheroes comics is, you always see a lot of the action/drama/comedy going around. But I found in this issue it was the emotional aspect played a huge role And I liked it.You could see Superman struggling, the relationship between Clark and Lois, having their issues, as is normal in everyday life, so why not in the superhero life. That was what made this a very decent novel for me Plus I liked that Mr. mxlptlk or whatever :) Never saw him before but I bet we'll see him [...]

    4. Greg Rucka is one of my favorite writers, and he gives this Superman volume a nice degree of realism and emotional resonance. This splits Superman and Lois into two parallel stories. Superman battles a villain who is sapping his power, while Lois is embedded in a war zone. The conclusion unfortunately is a shocker which leaves us hanging. Despite this, the book is fast-paced and a tad more relatable than your average Superman story.

    5. Superman faces a mysterious enemy while Lois Lane goes into a war zone to cover a story. The ending is definitely shocking, but everything else seems standard. Lois's subplot is more interesting than Superman taking on a mystery villain.

    6. This was the first Superman comic I have ever read. I had no idea what the hell was going on. But it was pretty cool.

    7. El lento pero seguro, solemne pero entretenido y aclamado pero polémico run de Rucka en Superman en tres tomos que ECC algún día se va a dignar de terminar de traer acá.

    8. Everyone seems to be running around trying to figure out where they belong in the world, both in this book as well as the writer himself.

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