if Superman hadn't had enough problems dealing with the effects
of the Brainiac 13 virus and a possible war with Atlantis,
he now has the extra problem of Lex Luthor running for president.
His archenemy is bent on attaining the greatest seat of power
in world... and for once he's doing it within the law. Can
the Man of Steel stand in his way? Or will he soon be answerable
to President Lex...
an interesting addition to the Superman stable. But
the various writers and artists are too many to allow any
cohesion between either the narrative or the artwork - as
good as they both are. I
came away from the book wondering why it had seemed necessary
to cram so much into so few issues - not that that is really
artwork varies from the bizarre (Carlo Barberi) to the moody
(Matthew Clark) to the dark (Tony Harris). All of which have
their own strengths, but collected under one cover for one
narrative it seems a bit of a jumble.
fans will be glad to see that the miserable loner turns up
here and there to give his input and, ironically, it is Luthor
who comes through the whole story as the coolest character
in all this is still an entertaining read that should keep
Superman fans happy.
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