Superman in the Seventies

Elliot S. Maggin Jack Kirby Cary Bates Robert Kanigher Dennis O'Neil Paul Levitz Len Wein Curt Swan

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Superman in the Seventies

Superman in the Seventies A sequel to the hit collection Superman in the Sixties The early s were a time of change for the Man of Steel As Clark Kent shifted from being a newspaper reporter to a TV newscaster his alter eg

  • Title: Superman in the Seventies
  • Author: Elliot S. Maggin Jack Kirby Cary Bates Robert Kanigher Dennis O'Neil Paul Levitz Len Wein Curt Swan
  • ISBN: 9781563896385
  • Page: 279
  • Format: Paperback
  • A sequel to the hit collection Superman in the Sixties The early 1970s were a time of change for the Man of Steel As Clark Kent shifted from being a newspaper reporter to a TV newscaster, his alter ego saw the destruction of all remaining Kryptonite on Earth This period also featured many new villains, including Terra Man, and the dramatic reintroductions of such foes aA sequel to the hit collection Superman in the Sixties The early 1970s were a time of change for the Man of Steel As Clark Kent shifted from being a newspaper reporter to a TV newscaster, his alter ego saw the destruction of all remaining Kryptonite on Earth This period also featured many new villains, including Terra Man, and the dramatic reintroductions of such foes as Lex Luthor in green and purple armor

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    One thought on “Superman in the Seventies

    1. Zack! Empire on said:

      If you've read any of my other review's of Superman books, or books that feature Superman, you know that I'm not a huge fan of the character. But the thing about that is, I really want to be. I just haven't found a lot of Superman stories that I really like. As I dive more and more into the bronze age of DC I'm finding that it's a period of the company I really enjoy. I actually prefer it to the modern era, much the way I like the silver age of Marvel more then the present day. Maybe I'm just an [...]

    2. Stewart Tame on said:

      Ah, Superman For a character who pretty much created the entire superhero genre, he really doesn't seem to garner the same respect from the fan community as, say, Batman or Wolverine. I’ve heard some complain that he's too powerful, that stories featuring him are boring because he can easily power his way out of any trouble. And he stands for truth, justice, and the American way. How corny can you get? As with so many characters, the secret is getting a writer that knows how to handle him, and [...]

    3. M on said:

      This is a somewhat less good collection than the previous two that I've read, and I think it suffers from the same issue as the Superman and Lois Lane 75th anniversary books suffer from. Namely the length limitations mean that only single issues from multi-part storylines can be presented. So you end up with stuff like Superman becoming immune to Kryptonite but there's some sort of Superman-shaped creature made of sand that might be doing something or the Jack Kirby story, which is just one earl [...]

    4. Chris Dean on said:

      Quick page turner and a fun read. For someone who grew up in this time, this will hold some fond memories.

    5. Bob on said:

      Nothing like taking a trip down nostalgia lane where Lois Lane was Superman's Love, Pet Rocks were the hottest thing out there and kids could ask their parents for one quarter to buy a comic book and get change back. Times have changed and comics with them and that's a part of life. Every once in a while though it doesn't hurt to take a trip to the past and enjoy some of the old comic book classics.

    6. Carl Walker on said:

      Weaker than the volumes representing previous decades (perhaps it didn't help that I'd already read the Kirby and O'Neil/Adams bits) although with some exceptions. I don't know if this means the selections were poorer, perhaps because they couldn't include enter story-arcs, or because this decade simply was a weak one for Supes.

    7. Tyler on said:

      A collection of adventures about the Man of Steel from the 1970s, with an introduction by Christopher Reeve. I heartily enjoyed these classic stories and recommend them highly for anyone who enjoys a swashbuckling good time!6/10

    8. David on said:

      Oh, Curt Swan! How I love you. You and Murphy Anderson. Best Superman team ever. Have yet to be beat. A sublime collection. Must-have for every Superman fan. Required reading for all comic book fans.

    9. Mark Luongo on said:

      It has been amazing to see the changes across the years, some good and some bad. Some artists better. Some not so hot.

    10. John on said:

      I'm reminded of why I didn't read Superman in the 1970s. About as exciting as watching paint dry.

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