The Journey

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DC Comics, 2006 - Juvenile Fiction - 140 pages
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Even the Man of Steel needs to get away from it all, and when he tries to relocate his Fortress of Solitude to South America, a chain of events begins that will test his bravery more than ever. After his first contact with an OMAC, a cybernetic being set to destroy all super-heroes, Superman then must contend with the arrival in Metropolis of Bizarre, as well as Zoom, the "Reverse-Flash."

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Too much shit truncated into the user-unfriendly format of the comic book. This is the end result breeding of too many comics and too many people trying to shove too few points of interest with too ... Read full review

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