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J. Michael Straczynski begins his highly anticipated run on SUPERMAN! After the devastating events of WAR OF THE SUPERMEN, Kal-El looks to reconnect with the roots of his battle for Truth, Justice and the American Way. How can Superman possibly continue his battle, if he lost his belief in that ideal? Find out here in "Grounded" part 1 and get in on the starting line of a modern-classic SUPERMAN story!

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What does Truth, Justice and the American Way mean? 0

This review is one I should have done a long time ago. This is where Grounded started, where the budding story showed true potential before losing its way. For this I blame JMS not Chris Roberson. He was left with a terrible mess to sort out when JMS focused on a sequel to Superman: Earth One. Anyway, let’s get on with this review! Synopsis Superman begins his walk across America where he begins to combat the everyday problems average people face like the car not starting, drug dealers and suici...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Superman #701: Grounded Part One 0

"Trust Me, I'm Sure." - Superman. Writer J. Michael Straczynski begins the highly anticipate story for Superman! After the events of War Of The Supermen, how will Superman continue his battle for Truth, Justice, and the American Way? Straczynski is joined by artist Eddy Barrows on this amazing story called "Grounded." Superman decides to take a walk and focus on the 'little things' in this story line. Making enough time to help and protect the people of different cities.  The Good J. Michael...

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