With his Fortress of Solitude destroyed and his family is missing, Clark has lost everything.
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, Brian Michael Bendis
, Clark Kent
, DC Comics
, Jason Fabok
, Jon Kent
, Josh Reed
, Lois Lane
, Man of Steel
Brian Buccellato so effectively disguises the real story that it borders on deception.
In Ant-man and The Wasp we get a humor-filled action movie that plays on the theme of love to drive an emotional plot
Doctor Aphra is in prison with the Rebellion and the Imperial she's in love with trying to break her out
Captain America returns to face the consequences of Secret Empire in Captain America #1, the layered and compelling first issue in Ta’Nehisi Coates’s Winter in America Part 1 arc.
Superman and Supergirl take on Rogol Zaar in Man of Steel #4. We're treated to a well-written battle but little else happens to move the story forward.
Corruption is everywhere and even those, like Tyron’s mother, who aren’t evil are tainted by the evil of others.
Eddie finally comes face to face with this god—as well as Miles Morales, the Ultimate Spider-Man!
Astro City concludes its superhero anthology with a three-part story about survivors of superhero-related incidents.
Cloak and Dagger isn't the action adventure show one would expect from a comic book show.