Superman Vol. 4: Black Dawn

Superman Vol. 4: Black Dawn Review

Though Superman and his family have found a measure of peace in their adopted town of Hamilton, they’ve also sensed a sinister presence lurking beneath its idyllic rural façade—something, as a visiting Batman and Robin are about to discover, that is stripping young Jonathan Kent of his powers and pitting neighbor against neighbor, hero against hero, father against son.

Soon the time will come for Jonathan to choose: Will he follow his father into the light of truth and justice? Or will this Boy of Steel be forever warped by the corrupting powers of darkness?

Find out in SUPERMAN VOL. 4: BLACK DAWN, featuring the creative team of Peter J. Tomasi, Patrick Gleason, Doug Mahnke, Mick Gray and more! Collects issues #20-26.

Title:Superman Vol. 4: Black Dawn
Edition Language:English

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  • Having read the initial three volumes of Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason’s Superman run, it’s been interesting to see how DC is retconning the Man of Steel throughout the Rebirth initiative. A...

  • Not my favorite choice by Tomasi and Gleason. World: The art is good, I've always liked Gleason art, it's full of character and bits and pieces. The world building is okay but it is a bit wonky and ou...

  • Without a doubt Tomasi & Gleason are writing one of the best comicbook series around. The bonds of the Kent family are tested as an old Superman for, Manchester Black returns to wreck the peaceful tow...

  • The good thing about this TPB is the way it portrays Superman, Jonathan Kent and Lois. It's old-school nice-guy non-edgy Superman and family, and I like that. And I thought the reveal of what's really...

  • I received this book through a GoodReads giveaway.I'm not a big fan of this kind of artwork. On practically page one I've got a nitpick. They go out of their way to show the Kents now live on a farm w...

  • Quite liked this story! The ending was rather dull/sappy though :/...

  • (Read as Single Issues) In a darker, more cynical age, it is perhaps more important than ever that Big Blue Boy Scouts remain so ... for they really do have the power to change the world....

  • [Read as single issues]Pete Tomasi and Patrick Gleason are back with a vengeance in this volume of Superman, which brings a lot of the stories from the first year of the book into tight focus as Super...

  • Superman’s been one of the better Rebirth titles so far, for me. I’m definitely enjoying superboy, seeing the Kent’s go to the fair, and suchlike things. This volume though was a bit of a letdow...

  • He's always been a source of trouble, has Superbrat - able to diminish generations of comics history by being, well, shit. But here he is a different kind of trouble, as is a panoply of oddsville char...