Superman Red and Blue #2

DC Comics

Written by Steven T Seagle, Chuck Brown, Dan Panosian, Stephanie Phillips and Jason Howard

Art by Duncan Rouleau, Denys Cowan, John Stanisci, Dan Panosian, Marley Zarcone and Jason Howard

Colors by Chris Sotomayor

Letters by Pat Brosseau, Dave Sharpe, Rob Leigh and Tom Napolitano

The Rundown: Four stories showcase the world of the man of steel.

Own

Martha Kent is having breakfast with a couple of her friends and the topic of her son comes up. A topic that she will have to correct them on when they make inference about Clark not being her own.

A great short story that celebrates the love of a parent as well as showcases the deep love and concern Martha has for Clark on a daily basis. The art also brings a beautiful, classic style to the story.

Into the Ghost Town

Val-Zod and Krypto are investigating a series of kidnappings in space and find themselves face to face with Prometheus who has a plan for Superman. As Krypto frees the prisoners, Superman goes after the villain but faces a bigger challenge.

A great short story that has some exciting elements throughout. Cowan delivers some impressive art filled with action and detail.

Patience…

Lex Luthor has received a package. A package containing red kyrptonite. As he contemplates the ways he can utilize it, he also thinks of all the ways Superman could stop him.

A really interesting and entertaining short story that does a great job of informing the reader about Lex Luthor.

My Best Friend, Superman

Ava brings a strange object to school for show and tell and no one believes that she got it from her friend Superman after helping him stop a rampaging robot. After telling them her story, she gets a visit from someone who gives them all a lesson in what it means to be a hero.

A very sweet short story that has a great classic feel to it. Marley Zarcone’s art also emphasizes the classic style of the story as well.

S Is For Cyborg

A lone janitor finds himself in the middle of a battle between Superman and Cyborg Superman when an experiment goes berserk at a secret lab. As the two fight it out, Superman gives a lesson to his cybernetic double about what it really means to wear that symbol on his chest.

A good story that is paced really well. The art was exciting and fun.

Superman Red and Blue #2

8.3

8.3/10

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