Unsuccessful comic books about Superman in "New 52."

As soon as I began reading the comic books about Superman in the restarted universe, I thought, that comics will be interesting. But I was mistaken.Action Comics was interesting because Morrison wrote. Another comic book, "at the helm" which worth Scott Lobdell, I believe unsuccessful. Apparently not only I think so.Poll ComiXology confirms this.

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Posted by danhimself

Smallville is easily the best Superman title being published right now

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Posted by AllStarSuperman

@danhimself: dang right! Smallvilles great. Action comics is good. Unchained is okay. Superman sucks.

Posted by danhimself

@allstarsuperman: I've got to give Unchained a few more issues before I can make a judgement on it...I liked the first issue but it's way to early to tell....who knows what's going to happen with Action now...yeah Superman is definitely the worst of the bunch but Smallville is just doing everything right with Superman and everybody else that they've introduced as well

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Posted by RedLantern23

I think Unchained was pretty good.

Posted by The Stegman

Smallville is easily the best Superman title being published right now

I completely agree.

Posted by Dernman

@allstarsuperman: Superman sucks.

Don't ever say that. >:(

You say the comic titled Superman sucks but you NEVER say Superman sucks. :p

Posted by AllStarSuperman

@danhimself: yup, booster gold, impulse, and especially green arrow are awesome. I love how a story arc feels like an episode.

@dernman: well its just called Superman. So I called it that.

Posted by jumpstart55

I hated the first Justice League, Superman was far to quite for my taste.

Edited by ccraft

Is Smallville really selling more than JL? wow... (what does "most write-ins" mean?)

I haven't been enjoying Lobdell's run, I unfortunately dropped it after the arc H'el on Earth.

1st issue of Unchained was good, can't believe it's $5 each.... Also Superman/Wonder Woman is coming soon, hope it's good.

Posted by Dernman
Edited by SOG7dc

@allstarsuperman:

lol dang bro give unchained a chance. its only had 22 pages lol

Posted by AllStarSuperman

@sog7dc: yeah I'll buy a couple more issues, but using Nagasaki in a comic story kinda seemed wrong to me. It just didn't feel appropriate.

Posted by Squalleon

@sog7dc: yeah I'll buy a couple more issues, but using Nagasaki in a comic story kinda seemed wrong to me. It just didn't feel appropriate.

No offence, but I don't think it should bother you so much. Think about it, It's not like they altered the result, the catastrophy was the same and the people mourned for the cities as seen in the back-up.The writer didn't want to catch your heart or to force emotion he just wanted to show the force this monster packed.

Posted by SOG7dc

@allstarsuperman: I get what u mean. But it's art and everything is fair game in art. Also it has to get better with Jim lee and Scott Snyder. This could be a classic in the making here. And I for one will not miss out on it...but this is coming from a Superman fan who still hasn't given up on "Superman" or Action Comics

Posted by Squalleon

@sog7dc said:

@allstarsuperman: I get what u mean. But it's art and everything is fair game in art. Also it has to get better with Jim lee and Scott Snyder. This could be a classic in the making here. And I for one will not miss out on it...but this is coming from a Superman fan who still hasn't given up on "Superman" or Action Comics

Don't get overhyped you will be dissapointed,you will might expect something more than they can give you.
I gave up on superman three months ago.And i will pick up AC again when Grek Pak takes over.
Only superman title that i currently reading is Unchained.