Superman, Vol. 1: The Unity Saga - Phantom Earth

Superman, Vol. 1: The Unity Saga - Phantom Earth Review

Iconic creator Brian Michael Bendis finally lands writing the first superhero ever, as Clark Kent battles the alien that blew up Krypton--Rogol Zaar--in this great entry-point graphic novel, Superman Vol. 1!

The fallout from the Man of Steel graphic novel has Clark looking at the world through new eyes...with new ideas about what Superman could and should do for the city of Metropolis and the planet Earth. His first job? Getting the planet back out of the Phantom Zone!

A bold new chapter for the greatest superhero of all time and one of the greatest creators of his generation begins here, as Bendis and artist Ivan Reis begin their run on the all-new SUPERMAN! This graphic novel also serves as a sister series to Bendis' new run beginning in Action Comics Vol. 1! Collects issues #1-6.

Title:Superman, Vol. 1: The Unity Saga - Phantom Earth

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    Superman, Vol. 1: The Unity Saga - Phantom Earth Reviews

  • Sam Quixote

    Oh Brian Bendyman, the rule is that you start titles well and then taper off into forgettable dross after a few good books - you’re not meant to begin crappy! Superpants is sorta looking for Lois an...

  • Artemy

    I know I'm somehow in the minority on this, but Bendis absolutely KILLS it on Superman. He did from that very first short story in Action Comics #1000, and he still does in both Superman and Action Co...

  • Chad

    This was alright. Earth gets transported to the Phantom Zone where Superman has to once again face Rogol Zaar along with a mob of nameless aliens. Most of the book is just a monologue in Superman's he...

  • Sean Gibson

    Bendis does Bendisy things to Superman (including having him make the occasional wisecrack), Reis draws strong, widescreen action scenes, and, as the book goes on, it really starts to work. A nice ear...

  • James DeSantis

    I'm happy to report that after the Man of Steel mini-event, Bendis has put together a strong arc for Superman. See, Superman isn't really a easy character to always write. You have to give him villain...

  • Wing Kee

    Uneven, choppy with some hidden nuggets of awesome.World: The art is okay, there is a bit of chop going issue 4 to 5 with a lettering change which caught me off guard, but for the most part this book ...

  • Lashaan Balasingam (Bookidote)

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here.Following writer Brian Michael Bendis’ transition from Marvel to DC Comics and his first story with one of DC’s greatest superhero (The Man of St...

  • Ryan Stewart

    I know Bendis isn’t everyone’s cup of tea, but I thoroughly enjoyed this and I think he’s doing really fun stuff with the Man of Steel....

  • Logan

    Bendis writes three-dimensional characters and snappy dialogue, Reis makes every panel feel Earth-shattering, and yet no one manages to make this antagonist truly compelling......

  • Rory Wilding

    When it was announced that Brian Michael Bendis – writer for Marvel Comics for nearly twenty years – was going to write for that publisher’s biggest rival DC, this news cause such an uproar as d...