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As With 'Superman/Wonder Woman Annual #2', Every Relationship Faces Challenges

Emotional depth mixed with forced insecurities create a shallow narrative.

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A Stiff Drink of Humility in 'Superman #40'

A drunk Superman is both entertaining and insightful.

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Exposing Strengths and Weaknesses in 'Batman/Superman Annual #2'

Superman's strengths are once again explored, but his weaknesses tell the story.

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Revealing Strengths and Vulnerabilities

Superman reveals his identity and spends a day without his powers, but he still finds a way to be a heroic ideal.

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Inspiration of an Ideal: "Superman Unchained #9"

Superman demonstrates his power to inspire in an appropriately effective ending to the series.

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Lofty Legacies: "Superman: Futures End #1"

An issue about carrying on a legacy, but for only some of the right reasons.

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Superman/Wonder Woman Annual #1

An epic struggle that has all the right ingredients, but not enough of the most important one.

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Doomed Concept: "Superman Doomed #1"

Superman faces one of his most daunting foes in a way that has limited potential.

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Super Anger Management: "Action Comics #30"

Undermining someone's principles is everyone's kryptonite.

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Deconstructing Superman's Philosophy: "Superman Unchained #6"

Superman confronts his greatest vulnerability and it isn't kryptonite.

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Satirical Muscle: "Batman/Superman #6"

Take a typical clash between two iconic heroes, add in some satire, and this is what you get.

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Superman / Wonder Woman #3

How does DC's power couple mature in their relationship in a way that's relatable?

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It's All About Putting on Appearances for 'Superman #1'

It’s ironic that in Superman #1 a main character who, for decades, has struggled with ways to stay relevant and fresh to younger audiences, is the one who resents it the most.

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