Superman: New Krypton. Volume 4, Volume 4

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DC Comics, 2011 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 169 pages
26 Reviews
Following the events of the "New Krypton" crossover, The Man of Steel has moved to a new planet filled with Kryptonians he's long thought to be dead. Leaving Earth behind for a life as a man in the Kryptonian military, Superman has had to make many sacrifices in order to appease his people while averting a conflict with the other species who make up the DC Universe's cosmic landscape. But while all the diplomacy takes place, an attempt on the life of a high-ranking Kryptonian sends Superman to Earth on a mission that may ignite the very conflict he's been avoiding.

Co-written by Greg Rucka (GOTHAM CENTRAL, DETECTIVE COMICS) and James Robinson (STARMAN, JUSTICE LEAGUE: CRY FOR JUSTICE) with crisp art by Pete Woods (WONDER WOMAN: AMAZONS ATTACK, SUPERMAN: BACK IN ACTION)!

Collects SUPERMAN: WORLD OF NEW KRYPTON #6-12

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Review: Superman: New Krypton, Vol. 4 (Superman: New Krypton #4)

User Review  - Ron - Goodreads

I liked the book but after I finished it I did some research and am saddened to learn that it's kind of all for naught. Also, I would be really interested in reading the Supergirl arc about Who Is ... Read full review

Review: Superman: New Krypton, Vol. 4 (Superman: New Krypton #4)

User Review  - Josh Freeman - Goodreads

They set up a huge story arc about an extinct civilization forcing themselves into the suns orbit, causing a Cold War between humans and super humans... All they do with it is start an internal murder mystery? What a snoozer Read full review

About the author (2011)

Greg Rucka is the author of four previous novels - "Keeper", which was nominated for the Shamus Award, "Finder", "Smoker", and "Shooting at Midnight". He resides with his wife and son in Portland, Oregon.

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