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“THE SON OF SUPERMAN” Chapter TwoIn #2, Superboy takes flight as he accompanies his father, the Man of Steel, on their first mission together to confront a creature more dangerous than anyone realizes. Will the duo triumph...or will they die when they face the lethal force of the Eradicator?...

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superman 2016 2 Reviews

  • Jedi JC Daquis
    2019-03-09 10:39

    "What makes Superman, Superman" is the central thesis of this issue. Tomasi and Gleason have effectively written a story that clearly reflects and explains this, as we watch through the eyea of Jonathan Kent.Like the first issue, Superman issue two is still subdued and calm, making sure steps that the readers would first like the characters. Sure there are superpowers like super strength and heat vision, bu the writers made sure that the personalities shine first. I particularly like the father-son interplay between Jonathan and Clark, as the latter is both protective yet aware that sometime in the future, his son will takeover his place, or at least be an effective superhero.It is in the details, like this Jonathan tongue-out anticipation and excitement pose that give the characters life and charm.This Rebirth Superman is the one we have missed during the New52 and I am happy he's back.

  • Chelsea
    2019-03-08 08:45

    Enjoyed this one as well. One question though: Jon confesses to accidentally killing his mother's cat Goldie and he asks Clark if his mother will be mad. Clark's response is, "I think she'll be proud." What???? Why? I think she'd be understanding but certainly not proud. What a weird exchange. Anyway, I like that Jon made a friend. I have no idea why Clark's overwhelmingly temperamental. In this one and in Issue #10 he seemed uncharacteristically emotionally. Like, calm the hell down, dude. Old McDonald was trying to help his son and Clark was doing a Liam Neeson impression.

  • R.C. Rejino
    2019-03-10 07:02

    Video review: really am liking this run of Superman so far. It's very character-driven and focused, and while there is evidently a big main plot, the development of the characters is the focus, as it should be at this point in the story.Now, as you all probably know, in our last issue, Clark was visited by Bruce and Diana, who are (understandably) very suspicious of him, since the Superman they knew is dead. Meanwhile, Jon is struggling with his powers and how scared he is, especially after accidentally killing his cat (Jon is a precious cinnamon roll who needs to be protected 3), who gets caught eavesdropping on the Trio.So, Clark decides to take Jon out to teach him how to use his powers, and for some father-son bonding time. And god, Clark is such a good father. The development between Clark and Jon in this, as well as Clark consoling and reassuring Jon after he used his powers, is just so <3Meanwhile, Jon is making friends with the next door neighbor, who is really cool, although this is evidently going into a innocent kid romance, which isn't bad, but I was hoping we'd get a regular friendship.Anyway, we have a new Big Bad that is after Clark and his son, and that one-eyed monster was very... Watchmen-esque. Is there a connection here? Probably, or at least possibly. Really loved this issue.

  • Dr Rashmit Mishra
    2019-03-03 03:40

    a fantastic way to return back to the old ways of Superman and this superman saves the day with a jolly attitude and a smile on his face "Take Note New 52 Superman makers and Zach Snyder" , Meanwhile this issue was nearly devoid of any action sequence and yet it was the best issue in the Superman rebirth series . The Story focussed on Clark giving his son some quality time and tries to teach him how to use it properly . Meanwhile there's apparently another Superman coming soon and the End Splash page was pretty meh for the art .it's suddenly becoming less about Superman and more about SupermEn

  • Paul
    2019-03-19 07:39

    I liked this issue of Superman because we get more Clark fathering Jon scenes. I am curious to see what weaknesses Jon has and how his powers will develop. I do enjoy the art that Gleason/Gray are doing in this. They use really bold colors and lines that make certain scenes just pop out. I'm not in love with this run though.

  • Arturo
    2019-03-06 04:01

    Supes takes Jon out for a little practice with his powers, and Jon deals with some fallout from his kitty burning days. Ok that's an exaggeration. But nothing else happens, just a pretty good character driven story. The last page villain-reveal leaves me waiting for the next issue."Next: El Family targeted by... "I thought that was in Spanish, left me wondering why.

  • Tar Buendía
    2019-02-22 08:33

    Jon es simplemente adorable y me gusta este Superman.

  • Brendan Nicholls
    2019-02-27 04:40

    Still early days but this series is growing with each issue. Superman would be a hard character to write to bring some humanity to the role. The superboy angle is okay but a little over the top this early.

  • Patrick
    2019-03-23 08:02

    Superman as a dad. Pretty much EXACTLY as I'd imagined it. And that's kind of my problem with this book, so far. It's predictable.Maybe the coming issues will impress me more.

  • Mayank Mrug
    2019-03-15 03:47

    Interesting read, until the end. #NotAnotherSuperman !

  • JeLo
    2019-03-19 08:55

    Same approach like the first book. There is a slight progression on the story and they're trying to establish Jonathan's character which is good though it feels like its more of Jonathan instead of Clark. But this is OK and also intriguing because of the rise of the Eradicator.

  • Youssef Almkari
    2019-03-23 07:52

    Simplistic development. Boring. New villian approaches. Eradicator? That's about the only interesting thing that happened. Moving on.

  • Marlene
    2019-03-11 10:35

    4.5 starsSuperman decides to respond to a distress call & he takes his son, Jon, with him to learn how to control his powers & how to be a hero. He tells Jon that he needs to learn to be responsible for his actions because he is not like the other boys. Jon confesses to using his powers without perission.Jon & Kathy are hanging out & Jon takes a terrible fall. When Superman finds out about it, he is so angry because he wants to know why Jon can still be hurt with all his powers. He makes his way over to his Fortress of Solitude to see what is going on.The shocker in here is that some other form of Superman is forming in the Fortress of Solitude. I would really love to know what that is all about.We see some amazingly cute Clark & Lois moments & Jon seems to be having a little puppy love developing between with Kathy.Superman #2 is one of my favorites because I love seeing the family life of Superman. I loved how he is with his son. It is so adorable.

  • Owen Williams
    2019-03-17 10:47

    Rating: 10/10 The reason I'm giving this issue a 10 is because it made me tear up. My one weak spot in any form of media is a father son relationship and I feel like this delivered that so well, then added a twist of it being a super family father son relationship all together just making it epic. The art was fantastic, the design of the creature was also amazing. Super mans extreme overprotective father vibes was very well understood considering all that he's experienced. If I'm being completely honest the reveal in the end did not do much for me, but the rest of this issue was good enough for a 5.

  • David
    2019-03-10 06:57

    I haven't fallen in love with a series that much in a looooooooooooong time. By covering the themes of fatherhood, coming of age and legacy, Tomasi is relying much more on characterization than straight up action and it is working perfectly. The relationship between Clark and Jonathan feels genuine and the youngest one's worries about his newfound powers and the whole super-hero game is totally believable. Another home run from both Tomasi and Gleason!

  • Stacy
    2019-03-18 08:40

    I'm happy with the direction this is taking. The characters are being honest and that's eliminating the trope of "building tension due to secrets" which I find overtiring as a trope. That kind of writing also makes the characters tedious and unbelievable. Tomasi still allows for drama to build despite shunning that habit and I appreciate the story all the more for how successful the obstacles are.

  • Marisa Carpico
    2019-03-03 05:52

    Much improved. Really digging into the growing superhero thing in interesting, real ways now. Jon is a little less extreme in his characterization, Clark is still a little difficult to read. The end splash page isn't promising.

  • Ram RS
    2019-03-04 11:02

    It's been a while since I read this, so I don't recall specifics, but I remember the book being about family and about a dad's love for his son. Gave you that warm and fuzzy feeling, so gets an approximate 4 stars.

  • Eugene Tan
    2019-03-03 09:56

    Well, this was pretty cute. A very different direction from where Aquaman, Green Lanterns, Green Arrow, Batman, Wonder Woman, and The Flash are heading which is a pretty nice change. Can't wait to read on more about Jon and the Smiths.

  • Etienne
    2019-03-23 08:37

    Not really good, but a awesome ending that keep me in for another one.

  • John
    2019-03-08 03:41

    A lot of great exchanges in this one especially between Superman and his son Jon who has superpowers of his own.

  • Belinda Missen
    2019-03-04 09:59

    Good. Still good. Will keep going.

  • Sahej
    2019-03-10 10:58

    One word: SUPERBOY!