Can the Man of Steel Save His Family in "Superman Reborn?"

"Superman Reborn" was a refreshing vacation away from Gotham City for me. I don't read many Man of Steel tales, but found this one to be a touching tale of family dynamics and loyalty. Mr. Mxyzptlk hasn't shown up in the pages of a book I've read in a while and it was entertaining to get acquainted with the little imp once again. A dramatic storyline and fantastic artwork made my trip to Metropolis a memorable one this time around.

Jon Kent is kidnapped and Clark and Lois start to lose their memories of him in "Superman Reborn." The Man of Steel must find out who’s behind their memory loss!This hardcover graphic novel collects Action Comics issues #973 through 976 and Superman issues #18 through 19.

"Superman Reborn" is rated T for Teen. It contains violence, profanity, and frightening and intense scenes. The standard comic book violence is all there is here. Things get emotionally intense when the Man of Steel's family comes under attack.

Dan Jurgens, Patrick Gleason, and Peter J. Tomasi wrote "Superman Reborn." Artwork was provided by Patrick Gleason, Jaime Mendoza, Mick Gray, Doug Mahnke, Stephen Segovia, Art Thibert, and Patrick Zircher. It was released on September 13th through DC Comics.

"Superman Reborn" is available now in print and digital editions.

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