Review: Superman #16

Kyle King Kyle King
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February 4th, 2017

T. Kyle King is a lawyer, a former sports blogger, a panelist on the "Twin Peaks"-centric "Wrapped in Podcast", and a Superman guy.

Review: Superman #16
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Review of: Superman #16

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5
On February 4, 2017
Last modified:February 4, 2017

Summary:

The final chapter in the Multiplicity arc gets to the heart of the matter by presenting Grant Morrison's grand themes in a manner more direct than dense.

Review of: Superman #16

Reviewed by:
Rating:

5
On February 4, 2017
Last modified:February 4, 2017

Summary:

The final chapter in the Multiplicity arc gets to the heart of the matter by presenting Grant Morrison's grand themes in a manner more direct than dense.

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Superman #16 wrapped up the Multiplicity arc in an issue combining a variety of talents: Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason crafted the story, Tony S. Daniel and Clay Mann shared the pencilling duties, and Sandu Florea and Seth Mann teamed up to do the inking. Are these dualities, are are they only symmetries? ComiConverse contributor T. Kyle King brings you his review.

(Warning: Major spoilers follow!)

Superman #16 Review:

Prophecy has the pre-Flashpoint Superman in his grasp. With his powers gone and the Ultima Thule grounded, can the Rebirth Metropolis Marvel save his fellow Men of Steel? Who in the House of Heroes will sacrifice himself to save the day . . . and what looming threat may grow greater yet when Prophecy is defeated?

Superman #16 Synopsis:

After purposely placing himself in harm

Source: DC Comics

Superman #16

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The final chapter in the Multiplicity arc gets to the heart of the matter by presenting Grant Morrison's grand themes in a manner more direct than dense.

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