New Krypton. Volume Three

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In New Krypton, Superman is no Man of Steel. He is simply Kal-El, a Kryptonian like any other. And as a newcomer, he must learn its customs, obey its laws and answer to its leaders. Even if one of those leaders wants him destroyed. With the brutal General Zod watching his every move, can Superman protect both his old home and his new one? --From back cover.
Publisher: New York : DC Comics, c2010.
ISBN: 9781401226367
Branch Call Number: ROBIN
Characteristics: 139 p. : chiefly col. ill. ; 27 cm.
Additional Contributors: Woods, Pete
Morales, Rags
Farmer, Mark
Alternative Title: New Krypton. Volume three.


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Aug 13, 2013

For a time there was a significant shift in the Superman side of the DC Universe, with Clark off Earth, living on New Krypton, a new world created by the survivors of a remnant of the old Krypton, with his enemy Zod in charge of the military. This volume is in the midst of all that, with Superman becoming an officer under Zod, trying to negotiate his way in a world that's vastly changing as time goes along, dealing with internal struggles and intrigue. Not to mention that everyone else on the planet has his powers too. It requires compromises and a new outlook for the character, so from the story point of view, it's a different take, and a welcome one on a character who's so often a boring sort of person. Unfortunately the extended New Krypton status ended with a return to the status quo in what would be collected as War of the Supermen.

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