Trolling the Man of Steel: Superman #41

Trolling the Man of Steel: Superman #41

By Jack Fisher

Superman #41 feels less like a blockbuster movie and more like a teaser trailer. 30 Jun 2015 // 10:01 AM

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Fave Five: Alpine

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"Australian sextet Alpine's newest album is a fantastic expansion of their joyous pop sound, but two members give us five records apiece that helped define their unique musical identities.

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