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Superman: Doomed #1 review

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Superman: Doomed #1

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Superman: Doomed came out on May 14, 2014. The comic was published by DC Comics and written by Charles Soule, Greg Pak, and Scott Lobdell. The art and cover art for this comic is by Ken Lashley. This comic starts off full of action and horrible things going on. Doomsday has returned bigger and badder than ever. The Doomsday Superman fought before was just a baby compared to the full grown Doomsday he has to fight now.

The action barely slows down as Doomsday kills thousands of people and animals everywhere he goes. This Doomsday is so bad ass that he is killing people by having them burst into flames by just coming near them. Superman has his hands full and doesn't know what to do, so he turns to the Justice League for help. But it's Lex Luther who gives Superman his plan of action.

Not only does Superman have Doomsday to worry about, but he has Smallville to worry about also. Lois Lane and Lana Lang are in Smallville to find out whats going on. In Smallville everyone they know has just dropped into a coma. This comic is fulled for action and mystery. This was a amazing 1st issue that will have you begging to know what's going to happen. I'm looking forward to reading more and following this adventure.

Have you picked up this issue yet? You should it's awesome. If you have, what are your thoughts? What do you think will happen to Superman now and the people in Smalleville?

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