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I think it's finally safe to say that his writing is just not my cup of tea.
There is so much filler in this title and so little to advance the story of this volume, a basic summary of this title should be sufficient enough to skip it.
Artist Rags Morales still does decent work on art duties, and sometimes it comes out really well, but his art on Action Comics just doesn't work.
This book was an improvement to the first one. That's for sure. But is it any good in general? Yes. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Phillip Rodrigues
Bad story, hard to follow, ok artwork, bad villains etc etc etc. If you're just now getting into Superman New 52, skip this one.Published 5 months ago by Eric B. Babinski
There is not any focus in Volume 2. No plotline lasts for longer than a few pages and none of them are particularly interesting because you aren't given time to get into them.Published 6 months ago by by Dustin
Let me begin my review with what I find to be a specific example of what's wrong with this story, something symptomatic of the larger mess that is the whole. Read morePublished 7 months ago by RobertM525
First of all I want to say about a third or more of this title is not written by Grant Morrison. It is written by Sholly Fisch, who should get a writing credit with Grant Morrison,... Read morePublished 7 months ago by eleepc
Grant Morrison continues to revitalize Superman in his second Action Comics Collection. After setting up Superman's origin and purpose, he continues to world-build and get things... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jon Webster
Keep in mind that I actually give this title a 3 1/2 stars out of 5, but I round it up to 4 stars because this volume needs a little bit more love. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Christopher Hetzel
I don't care for the alternate worlds and story lines but there are a few stories within that are a worthy read.Published 10 months ago by ALAN PLANT