Superwoman, Volume 1: Who Killed Superwoman?

Superwoman Volume Who Killed Superwoman A part of DC Universe Rebirth Imbued with the powers of Superman Lois Lane pledges to use her powers to protect Metropolois as the new Superwoman The only problem is Lois new powers are killing her

  • Title: Superwoman, Volume 1: Who Killed Superwoman?
  • Author: Phil Jimenez Matt Santorelli Jeromy Cox Rob Leigh Steve Downer Joe Prado Emanuela Lupacchino Ray McCarthy
  • ISBN: 9781401267803
  • Page: 372
  • Format: Paperback
  • A part of DC Universe Rebirth Imbued with the powers of Superman, Lois Lane pledges to use her powers to protect Metropolois as the new Superwoman The only problem is, Lois new powers are killing her, and neither she nor her friend and confidant Lana Lang know what to do about it.Will Lois even survive long enough to uncover the deadly secret of her new foe, ULTRA WOMAA part of DC Universe Rebirth Imbued with the powers of Superman, Lois Lane pledges to use her powers to protect Metropolois as the new Superwoman The only problem is, Lois new powers are killing her, and neither she nor her friend and confidant Lana Lang know what to do about it.Will Lois even survive long enough to uncover the deadly secret of her new foe, ULTRA WOMAN Find out in SUPERWOMAN VOL 1, written and drawn by comics superstar Phil Jimenez INFINITE CRISIS Collects SUPERWOMAN 1 7.

    Superwoman Vol Who Killed Superwoman Find out in SUPERWOMAN VOL , written and drawn by comics superstar Phil Jimenez INFINITE CRISIS Collects SUPERWOMAN The Book Review Author interviews, book reviews, editors picks, and Read it now Frequently bought together Total price . Add both to Superwoman, Volume Who Killed Superwoman by Phil Jimenez Superwoman, Volume Who Killed Superwoman by Phil Jimenez is a story that seemed like it should be interesting, but it took me a long time to work my way through it In the new Rebirth universe, Superman is gone In his place, Lex Luthor has power armor and wants to be the new Superman There is also a Superwoman. Superwoman Vol DC Database FANDOM powered by Wikia This page contains information about Superwoman Volume Superwoman Volume was an ongoing series, published by DC Comics It ran from until It starred Superwoman, Superman, and Lois Lane Back to Comics Contents Comics S Superwoman Vol Superwoman Vol DC Database FANDOM powered by Wikia Discuss Superwoman Vol on the forums Cover gallery for the Superwoman series Images from Superwoman Vol Recommended Reading Superman Recommended Reading Action Comics Action Comics Adventures of Superman Batman Superman DC Comics Presents Superman Superwoman volume YouTube Jan , Get YouTube without the ads Working Skip trial month free Find out why Close Superwoman volume CANAL DO COLECIONADOR Loading Unsubscribe from CANAL DO COLECIONADOR Superwoman Volume Comic Vine issues in this volume Add Issue Reverse Issue Who Is Superwoman Part One October Until you earn points all your submissions need to be vetted by other Comic Vine users

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    1. I’ve come across A LOT of dire, depressingly shitty books as I’ve made my way through DC’s Rebirth line and after finishing each one I’ve naively thought to myself “Well, that’s the worst of the bunch, that’s the bottom of the barrel - nothing’s gonna be worse than (Blank)!” The first was Aquaman. And then along came Nightwing. And then Titans. And then it snowballs as you realise in horror that most of the line is utter garbage. Deathstroke. Hellblazer. Cyborg. Blue bloody Bee [...]

    2. This has a lot of promising elements in it. 1) 2 female leads 2) Fantastic writer 3) diverse cast 4) 2 lesbian characters and 5) pretty good artwork. Unfortunately, something about the plot didn't quite work for me.It starts out with Lois and Lana working together. Already, this is a welcome change from some Superman works where they just exist to fight each other over Clark. I have read summaries about what happened to New 52 Superman and I still can't tell you what happened. All I know is that [...]

    3. I can see why this is rated so low. This wasn't the absolute worst Rebirth title, but it's certainly no where near the best either. It's just kinda. mediocre. It has a lot of interesting elements to the story, but then they are bogged down by boring ones and it just kinda makes the story neither great/memorable nor bad enough to hate read it. It's kind of sad really, there was so much waisted potential. I'll read the next trade, but if it's not any better I won't continue with this series.

    4. I really wanted to like it, but it's choppy storytelling and ho hum villainahWorld: The art is okay, it's a bit inconsistent but overall I like it. The world building is okay, with Lex Superman doing so much in three books this was a bit of a stretch and the villain of this book whose motivation was good but the design was just weird. The world is solid but also a bit choppy in places.Story: The story in concept is interesting with the idea of two Superwomen making it kinda fun. Then we get into [...]

    5. An absolute slog to get through. You'd think someone who started off as an artist first would tell a story visually but you can barely even see the art with the amount of exposition on the page. Jimenez puts Chris Claremont to shame. The book is filled with all this techno babbley, psuedoscience nonsense. But the art is very good.Both Lois Lane and Lana Lang have become Superwoman even though their costumes and powers are different. Lois almost immediately gets killed until she comes back as a g [...]

    6. Free copy provided by Netgalley and DC Entertainment in return for an honest reviewPublication Date: 09th May 2017Review Date: 22nd April 2017I didn’t finish this one, at 30%. I just couldn’t bring myself to sit and read this one, I just couldn’t get into it. The action seemed promising. The plot seem promising, but it was just rather boring for me. I’ve never really been a fan of Superwoman, so maybe it was something to do with that.I didn’t like the characters, I didn’t enjoy where [...]

    7. 5 starsRIP Lois Lane. Hope Lana will be okay. Also hope they stopped Ultrawoman. How is Lex able to be Superman? Wonder why people trust him. Would be good to save Lena.Can't wait to read Superwoman volume 2!!!!

    8. ESP/ENGAmé muchas cosas de este primer volumen. Amé la amistad de Lois y Lana. Amé que no hicieron sólo otra historia de la familia Superman, sino que hicieron algo original dentro de esa limitación. Amé la resurección de Steel como personaje, y más aún que no le restó importancia a las Supermujeres de este libro, incluyendo su increible sobrinaROSigo odiando lo inconsecuentes que se sienten la mayoría de las historias con superheroínas para la continuidad general y para el destino d [...]

    9. 'Superwoman, Volume 1: Who Killed Superwoman' by Phil Jimenez is a story that seemed like it should be interesting, but it took me a long time to work my way through it.In the new Rebirth universe, Superman is gone. In his place, Lex Luthor has power armor and wants to be the new Superman. There is also a Superwoman. Actually two. Lois Lane and Lana Lang have discovered they have powers. They are untrusting of Lex Luthor. Also, Lois' powers seem to be killing her. It may be up to Lana and a few [...]

    10. na de dood van superman krijgen Lois Lane en Lana Lang zijn krachten maar dat blijkt niet zonder gevaren te zijn. na de dood van Lois moet Lana er alles aan doen om haar moordenaar tegen te houden en de stad te redden. omdat ik weinig weet van superman was het voor mij soms een beetje vaag en ingewikkeld. Lex Luthor is de nieuwe superman maar hij is niet zo goed als mensen denken. ik kende bepaalde karakters wel van de tv-series Smallville en Supergirl. moet er nog wel aan wennen dat Lex Luthor [...]

    11. Normally I think we get a little more exposition in a "Vol. 1" -- I felt like I was playing catch-up with some storylines, most of which were probably from the last Superman cycle, which I hadn't read.But the art is classical and bright and clean, the plot was interesting, and the title irresistible. I really enjoyed the read, but did find the big fight scene to be a little anticlimatic. Wonder Woman fighting the Titan in the Power Couple series did a better job, I think, of conveying a truly ex [...]

    12. This was awesome! Lois Lane and Lana Lang as Superwomen facing off against a new and terrifying Ultrawoman is the actual Superman book we've always needed, and Phil Jimenez knocked it out of the park! This is way up there with my other favorite Rebirth titles (Batman and Wonder Woman), and I can't wait to read more (and am very sad to hear about its impending cancellation).

    13. A good attempt that just doesn't quite get it done. This is one of DC's second tier books for me.fedpeaches/2017/1

    14. Damn it, I really wanted to like this. Throughout my whole time reading this, my opinion bounced back and forth like a tennis match. There were moments of genius, others of absolute confusion, and some of complete despair. First, the art in it is very nice. Loved the new looks for the Superwomen and it's rather clean and colourful. Unfortunately some of this was lost in what I found to be a complete mess at times when it came to the execution of action sequences. Honesty, on more than one occasi [...]

    15. This is a big-fat-mega-bad 1 star for me. It would be a did-not-finish as well, except it came highly recommended from a friend whose book and comic tastes I greatly respect, so I was determined to stick it out and see if the ending would change my mind.It didn't.The whole thing is really bad.Pretty much all around.Superwoman, Volume 1: Who Killed Superwoman? is DC's reintroduction to Superwoman for their Rebirth event. There are two Superwomans, but one is quickly killed and the rest of the [...]

    16. This series wasn't even on my radar until I read the first couple of volumes from Action Comics. This review is going to be filled with spoilers for Action Comics and Superman. So, if you haven't read the first 2 volumes of those yet, you might not want to read the rest of this. In the volumes of Action Comics and Superman, pre-New 52 Superman and Lois Lane, along with their son Jonathan, have stepped out into the light after having remained in the shadows for almost the whole run of New 52 comi [...]

    17. Netgalley kindly provided me a copy of this volume, which I read as soon as I'd finished Superman: Action Comics, Volume 2: Welcome to the Planet. This story is closely linked to the Superman one, so it helps to read them concurrently.There is no way to write this review without spoilers, so tread carefully.The story starts with an introduction to our two Superwomen. Lois Lane and Lana Lang were hit by New Earth's Superman's solar energy when he was killed. Subsequently they absorbed parts of hi [...]

    18. I’m a long time super hero fan. Super man. Super girl. Super boy. Super dog. I’ve read them all. Naturally, when I say this one, I had to request it to read and review. First, the illustrations are okay and in full color. I prefer the old comics drawn by hand. This graphic novel is full of strong women: Lana Lang aka Superwoman and Lois Lane. That being said, the comic book is a bit confusing, as if you missed reading the first comic book, but this is the first comic book. What gives? It’s [...]

    19. Well, this was sadly mediocre. I had no real expectations going in, but I was certainly hoping for more than this. I don't appreciate the bait and switch, or how heavily the story relies on readers having previous knowledge of I don't even know how many pre-Rebirth Superman stories. Neither Lois nor Lana are characters that I want to spend much time with. And this version of Ultrawoman just does not work for me on any level. I won't say that this is the worst Rebirth book so far, but it really i [...]

    20. Interesting and fresh take on superwoman idea. I do like the nods to the past, pre New-52.Dense, Dense, Denseke written by George Perez.

    21. This book collects Issues 1-7 of Superwoman and begins with the New 52 Lois Lane and Lana Lang each being Superwoman but that doesn't long as Lois apparently explodes leaving Lana to carry on alone.The book has some interesting features. Chief among them is Lex Luthor who has claimed the mantle of Superman and even though he's imprisoned for most of the book, this book gives some insight to his character and Lana points out a bunch of his stuff that's utter abusive nonsense. I can't help but fee [...]

    22. I feel a bit bad for giving this 1 star because it's not that bad, but when I end up skimming because I don't really care too much what's happening, 1 star is what you get.This volume is very wordy. But it's not wordy in any kind of a good way. There's entirely too much telling instead of showing.The basic plot isn't bad, it just fails in execution. I didn't connect with any of the characters. The dialogue had a lot of people talking at each other and just felt very unnatural. Practically every [...]

    23. This is one of the lesser-known Rebirth era titles. It borrows from the recent Thor storyline where Thor's former girlfriend Jane Foster became Thor but the power was also killing her. When New 52 Superman dies, some of his power is absorbed by Lois Lane and Lana Lang. Lois gets Superman's strength while Lana is like the "Electric Blue" era Superman, more specifically when he was split into a blue and a red since she has all his electrical powers but is red. They form a team, each being called S [...]

    24. During the death of New 52 Superman, a wave of power launched out of him and into the bodies of Lois Lane (new 52 version) and Lana Lang. From this fall out, both ladies began to manifest powers and both took up the mantle of "Superwoman". When a "Bizarro Superwoman" (kind of, but made from the DNA of Earth-3's Crime Syndicate Superwoman) shows up, Super-Lois dies in battle and Lana is left alone but not quite. Joining Lana in the fight is her boyfriend, John Henry Irons (Steel), his daughter Na [...]

    25. I finished this ARC this morning, just one day before the file expires. Oops.So the protagonist of this novel is Lana Lang - probably a lesser-known character from the DC Universe. She, along with the infamous Lois Lane, doubles as a Superwoman - protecting the city now that Superman is gone. Of course, they still have Lex Luthor playing Superman, but he seems to be bringing more trouble than good.I won't ruin it for any potential readers, but I will tell you this: Lex's past is really coming ba [...]

    26. This book had a great premise in the first issue. Lois and Lana get Superman's powers and become Superwomen. Lois has the better costume. Lana is more like Electric Woman, but whatever. And who knew she was so spicy and abrasive?But there is way too much going on here. For a Rebirth book that should be accessible to new readers, there are way too many characters, too much backstory that isn't explained, too many over-your-head sci-fi ideas and too little Lois Lane. I could care less about Natash [...]

    27. It was a little clumsy at times, but I really loved it. One of the best things to come out of the New 52 era of Superman stories and characters was their take on Lana Lang. I'm really glad to get to continue on with her story here. She's a complex character that's written with a lot of depth and I'm enjoying her relationship with Steel, Lois Lane, Natasha, and her exploration of her new powers. Some of the transitions from one issue to the next are a bit hard to follow in the collection. There's [...]

    28. You know, this was surprisingly one of the most well put together Rebirth books I've read it. Also pretty diverse, with most of the supporting characters being characters of colour and/or queer.This book was honestly one of the bigger downers though. Lana has a hard time here and is clearly struggling on a personal level. Her best friend dies, then Lois who she was becoming close to dies and she now is living with the fear that the same thing will happen to her.Downsides? Well, it ends on a clif [...]

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