SUPERMAN WAR OF THE SUPERMEN #4 (OF 4)

The Battle for Survival! Supergirl vs. Ursa! Superboy vs. Non! And Superman vs. Zod! The fate of two worlds will be decided here! In the end, can Superman save either?

Written by STERLING GATES and JAMES ROBINSON
Art by EDDY BARROWS and J.P. MAYER
Cover by EDDY BARROWS
Variant cover by ARRON LOPRESTI

Price: $2.99
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  1. And so ends a two year long story

  2. But does it end well? We shall see.

  3. Been digging this mini quite a bit so far. The weekly release schedule doesn’t hurt neither.

  4. Screen-time for Non!!

  5. I can always use more Ursa.

  6. And, a long overly-drawn-out & directionless series (WONK) is finished off with a rushed, too-much-happening-at-once series. Is that ironic? Poetic? Is it .. anything?

  7. What happened? This started out with such promise

  8. I’m pumped for this issue!

  9. I hope the last page isn’t another "Tune in next week for Supermen Forver, the new mini to continue the story". Let the Superman books go back to normal now.

  10. @WadeWilson: Yeah, I always thought a 4 issue mini was pretty small for a storyline that was basically drawn out for 2 years. Still entertaining though, on a summer action movie level.

  11. This really should have been the last SIX issue of the New Krypton series.

  12. This is where I jumped in on Superman. It did have that summer-action-blockbuster feel and I’m ok with that. Narrowly made my POTW.

  13. KRYPTO!!!!!!!! ha i actually enjoyed this little series that began with free comic book day. Obviously leading to more stuff (of course) but overall pretty decent. Didn’t quite like how Superman was portrayed. 

  14. Well, the first 3 issues of this series were pretty good/entertaining but this issue was terrible.
    Cornball dialogue, uneven artwork & WTF story moments. Superman (he’s the hero of the book, right?) got rescued not once, but twice & then decides the best way for him to help Earth is to lock himself in the Phantom Zone to guard one man & leave Earth unprotected. Awesome idea …
    Anyway – as expected, the reset button has been hit on the Superman books. Now we get a good writer AND we get Superman in Superman comics!! Crazy stuff.

  15. I think the weekly pace caught up to both artist and writer on this one.  But I did like what happened to Gen Lane.  All in all, pretty good series with an excusable dip at the end.

  16. There were way to many scenes where there were time jumps and we didn’t get to see the convulsion of them.

  17. Between Superman #677 and now we have seen Mon-El brought forth and made interesting only to have him back in the Phantom Zone?

    Levitz needs to fix this ASAP!

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