iFanboy Mini Video Podcast
In 2001, superhero comics all seemed to be heading the way of The
Authority, a grim take on superheroes who weren’t going to put up with
any more crap. But the character of Superman just doesn’t work that
way, and this issue, written by Joe Kelly and drawn by Doug Mahnke,
makes a fine argument for just how great Superman can be. Superman
faces off against The Elite, post-modern superheroes who will save the
world, whether they world wants them to or not, and if some people get
killed in the process, so be it. The son of Jor-El is not having that
one bit. For a guy who’s supposed to be the alpha superhero, not enough
people get excited about Superman, but if all the issues were like
Action Comics #775, a whole lot more people would.
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