Superman: New Krypton. Volume 4, Volume 4

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DC Comics, 2010 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 169 pages
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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)!

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Review: Superman: New Krypton, Vol. 3 (Superman: New Krypton #3)

User Review  - Luke - Goodreads

Continuing the New Krypton story-arc, Volume 3 really picks up the pace and takes the story in an exciting new direction. Grieving the death of her husband Zor-El, Allura-El, Aunt of Superman and ... Read full review

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

User Review  - Luke - Goodreads

Review originally posted at http://wp.me/p4Wvzn-oh As I'm nearing the end of the New Krypton story arc I have to say that I'm really enjoying my time with it. Each volume seems to get better and ... Read full review

About the author (2010)

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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