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    Superman For Tomorrow

    Ok, i dropped this after 2 issues, but did anybody stick around for the full story?

    If so, was it good?

    I may be tempted to pick up the two HC's for somthing new to read...

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    Re: Superman For Tomorrow

    I loved it, but if you didn't enjoy the 2 first, you won't enjoy the rest

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    Re: Superman For Tomorrow

    I hated the first couple issues, but it really started picking up close to the half way point. Better than Hush, at any rate.

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    Re: Superman For Tomorrow

    Quote Originally Posted by LenNWallace
    I hated the first couple issues, but it really started picking up close to the half way point. Better than Hush, at any rate.
    No way, hush was soo much better, I thought anyway.
    For Tomorrow was hard for me to understand, literally, i didn't know what they were talking about and i know i am not the only one who thought this. But I'll admit, the last 2-3 issues were good.
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    Re: Superman For Tomorrow

    It was utter garbage and Im glad Azzarello hates super hero books so he wont fuck up anymore super hero characters. Stick to crime books.

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    Re: Superman For Tomorrow

    That was a waste of a year of SUPERMAN books.
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    Re: Superman For Tomorrow

    would it have been better to have jeph loeb and jim lee teaming up again? (or atleat have a Hush 2)
    Quote Originally Posted by Gail Simone

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    Re: Superman For Tomorrow

    This was a classic of story written for trade, IMHO. It makes for a good read when sat down and read all at once, but month to month was painful

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    Re: Superman For Tomorrow

    Looked beautiful but the story didn't cut it for me. Not that it was bad really, but not all that enjoyable. I would much rather have seen Jim Lee draw a more traditional Superman story.

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    Re: Superman For Tomorrow

    Quote Originally Posted by PoWerSurge
    This was a classic of story written for trade, IMHO. It makes for a good read when sat down and read all at once, but month to month was painful
    I consider that bad comicbook writing in my opinion. The Nu marvel type writing that now alot of writers are getting away from thankfully.

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