Superman, Vol. 1: No Limits!

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Superman, Vol. 1: No Limits! ❮PDF / Epub❯ ☃ Superman, Vol. 1: No Limits! Author Jeph Loeb – Polishdarling.co.uk On the eve of the new millennium, Superman blasts into new adventures by facing the villainous vixen known as Encantadora, and battling both the interplanetary conqueror Mongul and the Eradicator On the eve of the new millennium, 1: No PDF/EPUB » Superman blasts into new adventures by facing the villainous vixen known as Encantadora, and battling both the interplanetary conqueror Mongul and the Eradicator.


10 thoughts on “Superman, Vol. 1: No Limits!

  1. Derek Derek says:

    Although a bit disjointed, this collection is a lot of fun The sheer volume of Superman stories available often means that I miss out on good material I m glad I discovered this run.


  2. Pochodnia fandomu Pochodnia fandomu says:

    Kilka historii o Supesie, ale pokazuj te ludzi dooko a oraz to, e spora cz jego z oczy c w jest w nim zakochana i lub czuje do niego wielki respekt Jest o Daily Planet, kt r Lex odsprzeda Perry emu za dolara, ale nie ot tak, jest ca a afera z Eradicatorem, osobna z kryptonitem, jeszcze inna z Mongulem ostrzegaj cym o Imperexie, s cz onkowie Ligii og aszaj cy e s po lubieni lidze, jest historia z Clarkem i Dian , kt r King przez przypadek skopiowa w swoim runie


  3. Emmett Spain Emmett Spain says:

    This is the first trade in the 1999 2000 reboot of the Man of Steel, and after the extended period of below average storytelling that was the mid to late nineties, he really needed it.It s not a bad start, all things considered We get the reestablishment of the status quo daily Planet, Clark as a foreign correspondent, yes they re still married and the big past events all still happened , and some nice early character moments to keep things moving In truth, the character moments are about all This is the first trade in the 1999 2000 reboot of the Man of Steel, and after the extended period of below average storytelling that was the mid to late nineties, he really needed it.It s not a bad start, all things considered We get the reestablishment of the status quo daily Planet, Clark as a foreign correspondent, yes they re still married and the big past events all still happened , and some nice early character moments to keep things moving In truth, the character moments are about all that there is to brag about the Lois Clark relationship gets a lot of focus here What is a bit weak are the threats for the Man of Steel to face Some training by Mongul, an overly busty stalker, and an anticlimactic battle with a foe who turns out to be nothing but a prelude for something bigger it s all a bit pedestrian, like so many Superman stories.It s a difficult fate that this character has had to endure so many average, middling stories over the years and yet he survives, because the character and the idea are still so very strong.Not a bad story all in all and a good place to start for those wanting to catch up on Superman s history


  4. Victor Orozco Victor Orozco says:

    Not a bad collection of stories Basically the Mercury Age era starting off with a charm here and there I have to admit its interesting seeing Mongul II tussle leading to the debut of Imperiex for the Our Worlds at War Things did get a little weird as Dana Dearden got involved and we saw the bits of what became Clark s secret marriage as Superman being exposed I kind of liked that hot chick Encantadora But I really did enjoy that adventure Superman and Wonder Woman had at Asgard, it could h Not a bad collection of stories Basically the Mercury Age era starting off with a charm here and there I have to admit its interesting seeing Mongul II tussle leading to the debut of Imperiex for the Our Worlds at War Things did get a little weird as Dana Dearden got involved and we saw the bits of what became Clark s secret marriage as Superman being exposed I kind of liked that hot chick Encantadora But I really did enjoy that adventure Superman and Wonder Woman had at Asgard, it could have been loads better but I appreciate it plenty.All in all an okay read B


  5. Dee Dee says:

    Great storylines and a lot of fun to read


  6. Nicolas Nicolas says:

    This is just a bad era for Superman Cartoonish, bubbly art goofy stories and way too much of Lois narration.


  7. Myk Walker Myk Walker says:

    Jeph Loeb is very talented, as I find the general Superman story line to be very boring, but he makes an overly powerful character still be amusing.


  8. John Yelverton John Yelverton says:

    Superman is back in his original costume and his original powers, and he s really starting off with a bang


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10 thoughts on “Superman, Vol. 1: No Limits!

  1. Derek Derek says:

    Although a bit disjointed, this collection is a lot of fun The sheer volume of Superman stories available often means that I miss out on good material I m glad I discovered this run.


  2. Pochodnia fandomu Pochodnia fandomu says:

    Kilka historii o Supesie, ale pokazuj te ludzi dooko a oraz to, e spora cz jego z oczy c w jest w nim zakochana i lub czuje do niego wielki respekt Jest o Daily Planet, kt r Lex odsprzeda Perry emu za dolara, ale nie ot tak, jest ca a afera z Eradicatorem, osobna z kryptonitem, jeszcze inna z Mongulem ostrzegaj cym o Imperexie, s cz onkowie Ligii og aszaj cy e s po lubieni lidze, jest historia z Clarkem i Dian , kt r King przez przypadek skopiowa w swoim runie


  3. Emmett Spain Emmett Spain says:

    This is the first trade in the 1999 2000 reboot of the Man of Steel, and after the extended period of below average storytelling that was the mid to late nineties, he really needed it.It s not a bad start, all things considered We get the reestablishment of the status quo daily Planet, Clark as a foreign correspondent, yes they re still married and the big past events all still happened , and some nice early character moments to keep things moving In truth, the character moments are about all This is the first trade in the 1999 2000 reboot of the Man of Steel, and after the extended period of below average storytelling that was the mid to late nineties, he really needed it.It s not a bad start, all things considered We get the reestablishment of the status quo daily Planet, Clark as a foreign correspondent, yes they re still married and the big past events all still happened , and some nice early character moments to keep things moving In truth, the character moments are about all that there is to brag about the Lois Clark relationship gets a lot of focus here What is a bit weak are the threats for the Man of Steel to face Some training by Mongul, an overly busty stalker, and an anticlimactic battle with a foe who turns out to be nothing but a prelude for something bigger it s all a bit pedestrian, like so many Superman stories.It s a difficult fate that this character has had to endure so many average, middling stories over the years and yet he survives, because the character and the idea are still so very strong.Not a bad story all in all and a good place to start for those wanting to catch up on Superman s history


  4. Victor Orozco Victor Orozco says:

    Not a bad collection of stories Basically the Mercury Age era starting off with a charm here and there I have to admit its interesting seeing Mongul II tussle leading to the debut of Imperiex for the Our Worlds at War Things did get a little weird as Dana Dearden got involved and we saw the bits of what became Clark s secret marriage as Superman being exposed I kind of liked that hot chick Encantadora But I really did enjoy that adventure Superman and Wonder Woman had at Asgard, it could h Not a bad collection of stories Basically the Mercury Age era starting off with a charm here and there I have to admit its interesting seeing Mongul II tussle leading to the debut of Imperiex for the Our Worlds at War Things did get a little weird as Dana Dearden got involved and we saw the bits of what became Clark s secret marriage as Superman being exposed I kind of liked that hot chick Encantadora But I really did enjoy that adventure Superman and Wonder Woman had at Asgard, it could have been loads better but I appreciate it plenty.All in all an okay read B


  5. Dee Dee says:

    Great storylines and a lot of fun to read


  6. Nicolas Nicolas says:

    This is just a bad era for Superman Cartoonish, bubbly art goofy stories and way too much of Lois narration.


  7. Myk Walker Myk Walker says:

    Jeph Loeb is very talented, as I find the general Superman story line to be very boring, but he makes an overly powerful character still be amusing.


  8. John Yelverton John Yelverton says:

    Superman is back in his original costume and his original powers, and he s really starting off with a bang


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