Superman: The Black Ring, Volume 1

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DC Comics, 2011 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 160 pages
45 Reviews
When Lex Luthor finally regained control of LexCorp, he thought he had everything he wanted. But in BLACKEST NIGHT, he briefly became an Orange Lantern and got a taste of true power. Now he’ll do anything to get that power back. Buckle in for a greatest hits tour of the DCU’s most wanted as Lex Luthor begins an epic quest for power, all brought to you by writer Paul Cornell (Dr. Who, Captain Britain and MI-13) and artist Pete Woods (WORLD OF NEW KRYPTON).

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Cool conclusion with a fun ending, which I won't spoil. - Goodreads
I'm not impressed with this ending. - Goodreads
Moments of real wit, but a dull ending. - Goodreads

Review: Superman: The Black Ring Vol. 1 (The Black Ring #1)

User Review  - Fraser Sherman - Goodreads

The handling of Luthor here probably rates four stars. The story itself is so-so, a rather murky plot involving the Black Lantern rings, a robot Lois Lane and ending on a cliffhanger. And I was much ... Read full review

Review: Superman: The Black Ring Vol. 1 (The Black Ring #1)

User Review  - Goodreads

The handling of Luthor here probably rates four stars. The story itself is so-so, a rather murky plot involving the Black Lantern rings, a robot Lois Lane and ending on a cliffhanger. And I was much ... Read full review

About the author (2011)

Paul Cornell has been with Microsoft for five years, serving as an inside sales representative, a sales trainer, and a documentation specialist. For the last two-and-a-half years he has been working as a writer and an editor in Office User Assistance. He also currently works for the MSDN Online Office Developer Center and the Microsoft Office Business Intelligence initiative. His projects have included work on the Microsoft Office XP Visual Basic(r) for Applications Language Reference, the Microsoft Office XP Web Services Toolkit, the Microsoft Office XP Fabrikam 2.0 Solution Sample, and the Microsoft Data Analyzer Tutorial. He writes the \"Office Talk\" column for MSDN at http: //msdn.microsoft.com/columns/office.asp and contributes to the \"Office Power User Corner\" column for the Microsoft Office Assistance Center at http: //office.microsoft.com/assistance.

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