Elseworlds: Superman Vol. 1

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Elseworlds: Superman Vol. 1 ➲ [Read] ➭ Elseworlds: Superman Vol. 1 By J.M. DeMatteis ➽ – Polishdarling.co.uk Clark Kent s parents are brutally murdered, causing a young boy to grow up to becomeBatman Superman as a grizzled loner trying to save the world from destruction The Man of Steel as a medieval knight Clark Kent s parents are brutally murdered, causing a young boy to grow up to becomeBatman Superman as a grizzled loner trying to save the world from destruction The Man of Steel as a medieval knight In Elseworlds, anything is possibleThese Elseworlds: Superman PDF/EPUB or reimagined alternate histories of the Man of Steel are all now here in one collection for the first time ever in SUPERMAN ELSEWORLDS VOLIncluded are many tales either never before included in graphic novel form or long out of print, including SUPERMAN SPEEDING BULLETS, SUPERMAN KAL, SUPERMAN DISTANT FIRES, SUPERMAN A NATION DIVIDED, SUPERMAN, INC and SUPERMAN WAR OF THE WORLDS.

  • Paperback
  • 368 pages
  • Elseworlds: Superman Vol. 1
  • J.M. DeMatteis
  • 09 October 2020
  • 1401271189

About the Author: J.M. DeMatteis

Also Credited As DeMatteis, John MarcEllis, MichaelLombego, WallyBio JM DeMatteis was a professional musician singer and rock music journalist before entering comics in the late sCredits include Spider Man, Moonshadow, Brooklyn Dreams, Justice League, Abadazad, Hero Squared, the Life and Elseworlds: Superman PDF/EPUB or Times of Savior Created I, Vampire , Creature Commandos, Moonshadow, Hero Squared co creator , Abadazad, Stardust Kid, Savior and.



10 thoughts on “Elseworlds: Superman Vol. 1

  1. Chad Chad says:

    Superman Speeding Bullets by J.M DeMatteis Eduardo BarretoIt was a given we d see this mashup once the Elseworlds series got rolling What if Kal El s ship crashed at Wayne Manor instead of a Kansas farm The premise starts off strong Kal El has been raised as Bruce Wayne, his parents die and Bruce isn t aware of his powers until a break in occurs at Wayne Manor and Alfred is threatened Once he finds out his heritage, he creates the Batman suit and starts melting criminals faces off Batma Superman Speeding Bullets by J.M DeMatteis Eduardo BarretoIt was a given we d see this mashup once the Elseworlds series got rolling What if Kal El s ship crashed at Wayne Manor instead of a Kansas farm The premise starts off strong Kal El has been raised as Bruce Wayne, his parents die and Bruce isn t aware of his powers until a break in occurs at Wayne Manor and Alfred is threatened Once he finds out his heritage, he creates the Batman suit and starts melting criminals faces off Batman was way too brutal for my taste Lex Luthor comes to town and falls into the vat the Joker was meant to Up to that point, the story was pretty good, but then for some reason, DeMatteis decides to incorporate the entire Superman cast and backstory and things start feeling really contrived Bruce buys the Gotham Gazette and hires Perry White and Lois Lane to run it And after one conversation from Lois, Bruce becomes Superman instead The shift to nonsense in the book was quite noticeable and once the book is skidding out of control, DeMatteis hits the gas instead of pumping the brakes Still, I really enjoy the Elseworlds concept and think they are all worth a read Longtime Superman artist Eduardo Barreto provides the art.Superman Kal by Dave Gibbons Jos Luis Garc a L pez A What if Superman s ship crashed in medieval Europe instead of a Kansas farm Your standard middle ages tale of a hero rising up to dethrone the local tyrant Well told, with great art by one of the premier Superman artists of the 70 s and 80 s, Jos Luis Garc a L pez The Superman mythos lends itself to the Elseworlds concept so well All that needs to happen is that Baby Kal s spaceship crash lands in a different time or place.Superman Distant Fires by Howard Chaykin, Gil Kane, Kevin NowlanAn inadvertent nuclear war destroys most of humanity and strips away the powers of all meta humans Now Superman is all alone except for mutants and giant mutant rats and the the like Eventually he comes across a community of the remaining meta humans and they rebuild society However, some of the former heroes aren t happy with how things are going and venture off on their own setting up a final conflict I like how the ending bookmarked nicely with Superman s origins Gil Kane s art has never looked better than with Kevin Nowlan s inks.Superman A Nation Divided by Roger Stern Eduardo BarretoWhat if Superman had fought in the Civil War Atticus Kent joins the Union army and discovers his powers when he goes into battle It s an interesting premise on how it would have shortened the war and changed America The end was very dumb where he becomes the Lone Ranger with a silver horse he made from his spaceship.Superman Inc by Steve Vance Jos Luis Garc a L pezAn Elseworlds story that begins with a small tweak to Superman s origin Kal El crash lands the next field over and is raised as an orphan What will he grow up to be without the Kent s love and guidance In this case, it s a self centered sports star who becomes his own brand like Michael Jordan Eventually things head back in aSuperman like course.Superman War of the Worlds by Roy Thomas Michael LarkThe Golden Age Superman fights the aliens from War of the Worlds The Superman of that era was much less powerful making this aeven fight Explores the xenophobia of the era Michael Lark s art reminded me of Fleisher s Superman

  2. Timothy Boyd Timothy Boyd says:

    I love Elseworlds stories and this volume has some of my favorite Superman ones 4 of the 6 stories collected are some of the best versions of Superman I have read Very nice art overall Recommended

  3. Glyn Glyn says:

    Like all anthologies this is a curate s egg.Some of these stories are genius Clark Kent as Batman is a dark, gripping and brilliant story that works on every level Superman War of the Worlds is not as objectively good as that, but it earns credit for it s reinvention of H.G Wells both the story and his glorious prologue it also works by setting it in 1938 and drawing Superman in the style of Siegel and Schuster I would argue these are the best two stories here.The Civil War story and medieval Like all anthologies this is a curate s egg.Some of these stories are genius Clark Kent as Batman is a dark, gripping and brilliant story that works on every level Superman War of the Worlds is not as objectively good as that, but it earns credit for it s reinvention of H.G Wells both the story and his glorious prologue it also works by setting it in 1938 and drawing Superman in the style of Siegel and Schuster I would argue these are the best two stories here.The Civil War story and medieval Superman have entertaining aspects but lack something compared to the above listed ones Even if the artwork is impressive on both occasions I would argue the weakest story is the Dale Suderman story which reinvents him as a super successful jerk who has used his abilities to become a sports superstar and billionaire totally devoid of everything that makes him Superman but fails to provide a proper pay off for his conversion in my eyes

  4. Mhorg Mhorg says:

    ElseworldsHas been a favorite of mine for many years Some of the stories are instant classics, while others are just ok In this volume, festering superman, speeding bullets, where baby Kal el is raised by the Wayne s, is the cream of the crop Distant fires, with art by Gil Kane, is another The rest are ok.

  5. Michael Michael says:

    The overall gist of each story seems to be Baby Kal El s rocket is found by , and Lois Lane and Lex Luthor seem to inevitably show up in some incarnation Speeding Bullets is a standout, with baby Kal El found by the Waynes of Gotham City and, at the tender age of nine, witnessing his parents murder Eduardo Barreto s a terrific artist, capturing the moodiness of Gotham nicely DeMatteis overreaches with the Luthor Joker connection, but otherwise delivers a stirring script that contrasts th The overall gist of each story seems to be Baby Kal El s rocket is found by , and Lois Lane and Lex Luthor seem to inevitably show up in some incarnation Speeding Bullets is a standout, with baby Kal El found by the Waynes of Gotham City and, at the tender age of nine, witnessing his parents murder Eduardo Barreto s a terrific artist, capturing the moodiness of Gotham nicely DeMatteis overreaches with the Luthor Joker connection, but otherwise delivers a stirring script that contrasts the darkness and intimidation of Batman manifested through the tragedy of the Waynes murder against the hope and optimism of Superman manifested in the arrival of Superman s true love, Lois Lane, now reporting in Gotham following Luthor s takeover of the Daily Planet The result is very effective and uplifting, despite the script being a bit camp at times 4 5 stars.Kal, by Dave Gibbons and beautifully drawn by Jose Luis Garcia Lopez, isn t quite as good, but is passable entertainment Young Kal s rocket crashes in medieval England, where he is again a farmer s son and later a blacksmith He meets and falls in love with the Lady Loisse and clashes with the evil Baron Luthor The newness and twist is that while Speeding Bullets ended with the hope of Superman s presence, Kal goes darker, steering into Arthurian tragedy But building on the Arthurian themes, a promise of future heroism endures, as Kal leaves his sword embedded in stone for a future hero 3 5 starsDistant Fires is a Kingdom Come riff Dispensing with Baby Kal El s rockets lands insert random place here , Howard Chaykin instead focuses on the end of Superman s time After a nuclear holocaust wipes out most life on Earth, Clark discovers the surviving populace is largely comprised of fellow super beings, all of whom have lost their extraordinary abilities to the radioactive fallout As their power begin to slowly return, a schism in their ranks tears into the planet, leaving a poetic finale as the father becomes the son Gil Kane has never looked better than he does here, with Kevin Nowlan finishing his pages 3 5 starsA Nation Divided brings Barreto back on artwork but doesn t have much else to recommend about it Baby Kal still arrives in Kansas, but in the 1840s He helps win the Civil War in speedy fashion with an elementary school history lesson overview of a few major battles and prevents President Lincoln s assassination There s little personal turmoil or personal growth in the story, which ends with young Atticus Kent discovering his alien origins and setting off for the western frontier 2 5 starsSuperman Inc is another strong art showing, with Garcia Lopez penciling again The story is lukewarm, with baby Kal adopted by a loving couple who die young, leaving him in foster care most of his adolescence Consequently, he d kind, but shallow and uses his abilities to become a sports star and celebrity And Lois is there and Lex is there, and he grows a bit It s nothing you can t really guess from page one 2 5 starsWar of the Worlds showcases Michael Lark s beautiful artwork One thing, you can t really fault the art in any of these stories Roy Thomas s script brings together two of 1938 s biggest pop culture moments the debut of Superman and the radio broadcast of Orsen Welles War of the Worlds, with 1938 power level Superman against the invading Martian ships There s a nice theme of how we see aliens in our midst, both the good and the evil The story is a solid and enjoyable ride, although I have a hard time accepting that we re supposed to accept Luthor as one of Earth s heroes in the end He flip flopped sides with too much ease to buy into the idea that he s a model of altruism going forward 3 5 stars

  6. Daniel Daniel says:

    If I see guys like DeMatteis, Gibbons, Roy Thomas, Chaykin in the cover of a graphic novel that depicts alternative realities whose main character is Superman I think I would buy without even bothering to preview In fact, I did this and was mildly disappointed not because of the art which is top notch, but the stories have interesting premises that are not well developed Superman raised by the Waynes, or Superman raised in the pre Arthurian times, or a post apocalyptic Justice League story Th If I see guys like DeMatteis, Gibbons, Roy Thomas, Chaykin in the cover of a graphic novel that depicts alternative realities whose main character is Superman I think I would buy without even bothering to preview In fact, I did this and was mildly disappointed not because of the art which is top notch, but the stories have interesting premises that are not well developed Superman raised by the Waynes, or Superman raised in the pre Arthurian times, or a post apocalyptic Justice League story These are just ok stories which have great writing and art but fail to tell a good story The last two stories, however, are pretty good Superman becomes a sports superstar unconscious of his powers and the absolute masterpiece written magnificently by Roy Thomas, which is a retelling the War Of The Worlds story whose golden age inspired artwork has astonished me I think this is the only 5 5 story in here and made it worth half the price

  7. Louis Skye Louis Skye says:

    Was excited for this as I liked the Batman Elseworlds stories but this wasn t nearly as good The Superman stories can t seem to escape his origins nor do they try to reimagine his life.The main issue I had with this collection was how dated the writing was So verbose and heavy handed I did like the story of Superman landing in Gotham instead imaginative and interesting.I also liked the apocalyptic story because of all the characters and it had a good ending.Superman Inc was decent in parts Was excited for this as I liked the Batman Elseworlds stories but this wasn t nearly as good The Superman stories can t seem to escape his origins nor do they try to reimagine his life.The main issue I had with this collection was how dated the writing was So verbose and heavy handed I did like the story of Superman landing in Gotham instead imaginative and interesting.I also liked the apocalyptic story because of all the characters and it had a good ending.Superman Inc was decent in parts but I didn t like the overall tone, and the messaging was muddled.Kinda disappointing read but I m still glad I read it

  8. Macky Santiago Macky Santiago says:

    Speeding Bullets is still the best of this series where the Wayne s in Gotham actually adopt baby Kal El Medieval Clark, dystopian post cataclysm clark, American Civil War Clark, sports star clark, and war of the worlds clark were not the greatest reads to me personally for many reasons but i find no reason others who love the genres of these elseworlds wouldn t enjoy them provided they also love Superman Lol

  9. Rob Rob says:

    I love these alternate super hero tales, and especially the Superman ones Like what if Kal El landed in Gotham Or in Abe Lincoln s time Or fought in the War of the worlds Beloved character in a hugely different setting I have the individual issues of each of these stories stored away, but wanted to reread them so picked this up I m sure there will be other volumes, and I know Batman has some too People who like this should also find Superman Red Son where Kal El lands in Russia

  10. Sean Sean says:

    The idea of Elseworlds stories is good but just throwing Superman into a different time period is not ideal story telling This collects 6 different stories and they are all subpar There is some good art here but these stories are mostly terrible especially Howard Chaykin s insane book Overall, this is probably only for completists.

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10 thoughts on “Elseworlds: Superman Vol. 1

  1. Chad Chad says:

    Superman Speeding Bullets by J.M DeMatteis Eduardo BarretoIt was a given we d see this mashup once the Elseworlds series got rolling What if Kal El s ship crashed at Wayne Manor instead of a Kansas farm The premise starts off strong Kal El has been raised as Bruce Wayne, his parents die and Bruce isn t aware of his powers until a break in occurs at Wayne Manor and Alfred is threatened Once he finds out his heritage, he creates the Batman suit and starts melting criminals faces off Batma Superman Speeding Bullets by J.M DeMatteis Eduardo BarretoIt was a given we d see this mashup once the Elseworlds series got rolling What if Kal El s ship crashed at Wayne Manor instead of a Kansas farm The premise starts off strong Kal El has been raised as Bruce Wayne, his parents die and Bruce isn t aware of his powers until a break in occurs at Wayne Manor and Alfred is threatened Once he finds out his heritage, he creates the Batman suit and starts melting criminals faces off Batman was way too brutal for my taste Lex Luthor comes to town and falls into the vat the Joker was meant to Up to that point, the story was pretty good, but then for some reason, DeMatteis decides to incorporate the entire Superman cast and backstory and things start feeling really contrived Bruce buys the Gotham Gazette and hires Perry White and Lois Lane to run it And after one conversation from Lois, Bruce becomes Superman instead The shift to nonsense in the book was quite noticeable and once the book is skidding out of control, DeMatteis hits the gas instead of pumping the brakes Still, I really enjoy the Elseworlds concept and think they are all worth a read Longtime Superman artist Eduardo Barreto provides the art.Superman Kal by Dave Gibbons Jos Luis Garc a L pez A What if Superman s ship crashed in medieval Europe instead of a Kansas farm Your standard middle ages tale of a hero rising up to dethrone the local tyrant Well told, with great art by one of the premier Superman artists of the 70 s and 80 s, Jos Luis Garc a L pez The Superman mythos lends itself to the Elseworlds concept so well All that needs to happen is that Baby Kal s spaceship crash lands in a different time or place.Superman Distant Fires by Howard Chaykin, Gil Kane, Kevin NowlanAn inadvertent nuclear war destroys most of humanity and strips away the powers of all meta humans Now Superman is all alone except for mutants and giant mutant rats and the the like Eventually he comes across a community of the remaining meta humans and they rebuild society However, some of the former heroes aren t happy with how things are going and venture off on their own setting up a final conflict I like how the ending bookmarked nicely with Superman s origins Gil Kane s art has never looked better than with Kevin Nowlan s inks.Superman A Nation Divided by Roger Stern Eduardo BarretoWhat if Superman had fought in the Civil War Atticus Kent joins the Union army and discovers his powers when he goes into battle It s an interesting premise on how it would have shortened the war and changed America The end was very dumb where he becomes the Lone Ranger with a silver horse he made from his spaceship.Superman Inc by Steve Vance Jos Luis Garc a L pezAn Elseworlds story that begins with a small tweak to Superman s origin Kal El crash lands the next field over and is raised as an orphan What will he grow up to be without the Kent s love and guidance In this case, it s a self centered sports star who becomes his own brand like Michael Jordan Eventually things head back in aSuperman like course.Superman War of the Worlds by Roy Thomas Michael LarkThe Golden Age Superman fights the aliens from War of the Worlds The Superman of that era was much less powerful making this aeven fight Explores the xenophobia of the era Michael Lark s art reminded me of Fleisher s Superman


  2. Timothy Boyd Timothy Boyd says:

    I love Elseworlds stories and this volume has some of my favorite Superman ones 4 of the 6 stories collected are some of the best versions of Superman I have read Very nice art overall Recommended


  3. Glyn Glyn says:

    Like all anthologies this is a curate s egg.Some of these stories are genius Clark Kent as Batman is a dark, gripping and brilliant story that works on every level Superman War of the Worlds is not as objectively good as that, but it earns credit for it s reinvention of H.G Wells both the story and his glorious prologue it also works by setting it in 1938 and drawing Superman in the style of Siegel and Schuster I would argue these are the best two stories here.The Civil War story and medieval Like all anthologies this is a curate s egg.Some of these stories are genius Clark Kent as Batman is a dark, gripping and brilliant story that works on every level Superman War of the Worlds is not as objectively good as that, but it earns credit for it s reinvention of H.G Wells both the story and his glorious prologue it also works by setting it in 1938 and drawing Superman in the style of Siegel and Schuster I would argue these are the best two stories here.The Civil War story and medieval Superman have entertaining aspects but lack something compared to the above listed ones Even if the artwork is impressive on both occasions I would argue the weakest story is the Dale Suderman story which reinvents him as a super successful jerk who has used his abilities to become a sports superstar and billionaire totally devoid of everything that makes him Superman but fails to provide a proper pay off for his conversion in my eyes


  4. Mhorg Mhorg says:

    ElseworldsHas been a favorite of mine for many years Some of the stories are instant classics, while others are just ok In this volume, festering superman, speeding bullets, where baby Kal el is raised by the Wayne s, is the cream of the crop Distant fires, with art by Gil Kane, is another The rest are ok.


  5. Michael Michael says:

    The overall gist of each story seems to be Baby Kal El s rocket is found by , and Lois Lane and Lex Luthor seem to inevitably show up in some incarnation Speeding Bullets is a standout, with baby Kal El found by the Waynes of Gotham City and, at the tender age of nine, witnessing his parents murder Eduardo Barreto s a terrific artist, capturing the moodiness of Gotham nicely DeMatteis overreaches with the Luthor Joker connection, but otherwise delivers a stirring script that contrasts th The overall gist of each story seems to be Baby Kal El s rocket is found by , and Lois Lane and Lex Luthor seem to inevitably show up in some incarnation Speeding Bullets is a standout, with baby Kal El found by the Waynes of Gotham City and, at the tender age of nine, witnessing his parents murder Eduardo Barreto s a terrific artist, capturing the moodiness of Gotham nicely DeMatteis overreaches with the Luthor Joker connection, but otherwise delivers a stirring script that contrasts the darkness and intimidation of Batman manifested through the tragedy of the Waynes murder against the hope and optimism of Superman manifested in the arrival of Superman s true love, Lois Lane, now reporting in Gotham following Luthor s takeover of the Daily Planet The result is very effective and uplifting, despite the script being a bit camp at times 4 5 stars.Kal, by Dave Gibbons and beautifully drawn by Jose Luis Garcia Lopez, isn t quite as good, but is passable entertainment Young Kal s rocket crashes in medieval England, where he is again a farmer s son and later a blacksmith He meets and falls in love with the Lady Loisse and clashes with the evil Baron Luthor The newness and twist is that while Speeding Bullets ended with the hope of Superman s presence, Kal goes darker, steering into Arthurian tragedy But building on the Arthurian themes, a promise of future heroism endures, as Kal leaves his sword embedded in stone for a future hero 3 5 starsDistant Fires is a Kingdom Come riff Dispensing with Baby Kal El s rockets lands insert random place here , Howard Chaykin instead focuses on the end of Superman s time After a nuclear holocaust wipes out most life on Earth, Clark discovers the surviving populace is largely comprised of fellow super beings, all of whom have lost their extraordinary abilities to the radioactive fallout As their power begin to slowly return, a schism in their ranks tears into the planet, leaving a poetic finale as the father becomes the son Gil Kane has never looked better than he does here, with Kevin Nowlan finishing his pages 3 5 starsA Nation Divided brings Barreto back on artwork but doesn t have much else to recommend about it Baby Kal still arrives in Kansas, but in the 1840s He helps win the Civil War in speedy fashion with an elementary school history lesson overview of a few major battles and prevents President Lincoln s assassination There s little personal turmoil or personal growth in the story, which ends with young Atticus Kent discovering his alien origins and setting off for the western frontier 2 5 starsSuperman Inc is another strong art showing, with Garcia Lopez penciling again The story is lukewarm, with baby Kal adopted by a loving couple who die young, leaving him in foster care most of his adolescence Consequently, he d kind, but shallow and uses his abilities to become a sports star and celebrity And Lois is there and Lex is there, and he grows a bit It s nothing you can t really guess from page one 2 5 starsWar of the Worlds showcases Michael Lark s beautiful artwork One thing, you can t really fault the art in any of these stories Roy Thomas s script brings together two of 1938 s biggest pop culture moments the debut of Superman and the radio broadcast of Orsen Welles War of the Worlds, with 1938 power level Superman against the invading Martian ships There s a nice theme of how we see aliens in our midst, both the good and the evil The story is a solid and enjoyable ride, although I have a hard time accepting that we re supposed to accept Luthor as one of Earth s heroes in the end He flip flopped sides with too much ease to buy into the idea that he s a model of altruism going forward 3 5 stars


  6. Daniel Daniel says:

    If I see guys like DeMatteis, Gibbons, Roy Thomas, Chaykin in the cover of a graphic novel that depicts alternative realities whose main character is Superman I think I would buy without even bothering to preview In fact, I did this and was mildly disappointed not because of the art which is top notch, but the stories have interesting premises that are not well developed Superman raised by the Waynes, or Superman raised in the pre Arthurian times, or a post apocalyptic Justice League story Th If I see guys like DeMatteis, Gibbons, Roy Thomas, Chaykin in the cover of a graphic novel that depicts alternative realities whose main character is Superman I think I would buy without even bothering to preview In fact, I did this and was mildly disappointed not because of the art which is top notch, but the stories have interesting premises that are not well developed Superman raised by the Waynes, or Superman raised in the pre Arthurian times, or a post apocalyptic Justice League story These are just ok stories which have great writing and art but fail to tell a good story The last two stories, however, are pretty good Superman becomes a sports superstar unconscious of his powers and the absolute masterpiece written magnificently by Roy Thomas, which is a retelling the War Of The Worlds story whose golden age inspired artwork has astonished me I think this is the only 5 5 story in here and made it worth half the price


  7. Louis Skye Louis Skye says:

    Was excited for this as I liked the Batman Elseworlds stories but this wasn t nearly as good The Superman stories can t seem to escape his origins nor do they try to reimagine his life.The main issue I had with this collection was how dated the writing was So verbose and heavy handed I did like the story of Superman landing in Gotham instead imaginative and interesting.I also liked the apocalyptic story because of all the characters and it had a good ending.Superman Inc was decent in parts Was excited for this as I liked the Batman Elseworlds stories but this wasn t nearly as good The Superman stories can t seem to escape his origins nor do they try to reimagine his life.The main issue I had with this collection was how dated the writing was So verbose and heavy handed I did like the story of Superman landing in Gotham instead imaginative and interesting.I also liked the apocalyptic story because of all the characters and it had a good ending.Superman Inc was decent in parts but I didn t like the overall tone, and the messaging was muddled.Kinda disappointing read but I m still glad I read it


  8. Macky Santiago Macky Santiago says:

    Speeding Bullets is still the best of this series where the Wayne s in Gotham actually adopt baby Kal El Medieval Clark, dystopian post cataclysm clark, American Civil War Clark, sports star clark, and war of the worlds clark were not the greatest reads to me personally for many reasons but i find no reason others who love the genres of these elseworlds wouldn t enjoy them provided they also love Superman Lol


  9. Rob Rob says:

    I love these alternate super hero tales, and especially the Superman ones Like what if Kal El landed in Gotham Or in Abe Lincoln s time Or fought in the War of the worlds Beloved character in a hugely different setting I have the individual issues of each of these stories stored away, but wanted to reread them so picked this up I m sure there will be other volumes, and I know Batman has some too People who like this should also find Superman Red Son where Kal El lands in Russia


  10. Sean Sean says:

    The idea of Elseworlds stories is good but just throwing Superman into a different time period is not ideal story telling This collects 6 different stories and they are all subpar There is some good art here but these stories are mostly terrible especially Howard Chaykin s insane book Overall, this is probably only for completists.


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