I take a much needed comfort sidebar into 90s Superman as the League stands defiant against the rogue angels of the “Bull Host of Heaven in JLA no.6-7.”
In this episode, Clark and Lex continue to battle the Godslayers in “Action Comics” no.968, and Swamp Thing helps Clark better acclimate to the Post-Flashpoint universe in “Superman Annual” no.1.
In this episode, Clark and Bruce put their Super Sons through Super Boot Camp in “Superman no.11,” and Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman continue their journeys through the dream worlds of the Black Mercy in “Trinity” no.3 and 4.
In this episode, Superman and Lex face the consequences of Lex’s possible future in “Action Comics no.967,” and Lana continues to struggle with her anxiety and the ramification of her powers in “Superwoman no.4.”
Jon Kent and Damian Wayne have their first explosive meeting in “Superman no.10,” and Kara learns the terrible secret of her father’s plan for Argo City in “Supergirl no.3.”
Lois learns the truth about her Post-Flashpoint counterpart in “Action Comics no.966,” and both Kong Kenan and his father make some hard choices in “New Super-Man no.5.”
Clark and Jon make a daring escape from Dinosaur Island with the help of the lost warrior Captain Storm in “Superman no.9,” and Clark seemingly has a moment to connect with his father in the past in “Trinity no.2.”
The two most powerful teams of both universes take the fight directly to Krona in JLA/Avengers #4, the finale of my tribute to the late great George Perez.
Lois comes close to unlocking a secret about her New 52 counterpart in “Action Comics no.965,” and Kong Kenan learns a startling truth about his newest nemesis in “New Super-Man no.4.” Plus I offer my Thoughts on the recent Supreme Court decision in the Fortress of Solitude segment.
Clark and Jon take an unexpected trip to Dinosaur Island in “Superman no.8,” and Lana struggles with her anxiety as Lena Luthor’s threat increases in “Superwoman no.3.”