A series of three stories — the first of which is a bit different from most Superman stories in that it is written more as a patriotic travelogue than a traditional Superman adventure. If I was to read only this first story, I probably would not read any additional Superman comics. Other than a slight twist at the end, it seems more like a (true) history book than the adventures of a well-known superhero.
The remaining two stories are more typical of the Superman vs Supervillains. We see Superman at his best against two very different kinds of evil — as expected Superman wins the day – except …
Six single issues of Superman magazine have been joined together to create this book. Together they make a fun read for this sexagenarian who is in the midst of reliving his childhood. For the Superman fan, this 4-star book is worth a read.
This review is based on a free electronic copy provided by the publisher for the purpose of creating this review. The opinions are mine alone.