Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman

John Byrne Ron Frenz Jerry Ordway Dan Jurgens Roger Stern Bob McLeod Kurt Schaffenberger

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Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman

Lois and Clark The New Adventures of Superman The comic stories that inspired the series along with a forward by John Byrne

  • Title: Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman
  • Author: John Byrne Ron Frenz Jerry Ordway Dan Jurgens Roger Stern Bob McLeod Kurt Schaffenberger
  • ISBN: 9781563891281
  • Page: 350
  • Format: Paperback
  • The comic stories that inspired the series, along with a forward by John Byrne

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    One thought on “Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman

    1. Jim on said:

      This is a great collection of Superman stories. Think of it as a time capsule from the eighties and nineties. It is a best of collection that was the inspiration for the TV show.

    2. Elliot Huxtable on said:

      A collection of seemingly random Superman stories, the main reason this gets four stars is the inclusion of the Titano story, which is sublime storytelling.

    3. Nicolas on said:

      I haven't read too much Superman from this era, so this was an interesting collection. I liked the evolution of the characters. It seems like this was the time when they started making the the supporting charcters interesting and fresh. That being said, the connection to the TV show "Lois & Clark" was tenuous at best. I could see it in some of the character interactions, and especially in the character of Cat Grant, but the stories themselves were a little more fantastic than the TV show eve [...]

    4. Steve on said:

      This was an decent collection of Superman stories, some of which are already in the Man of Steel series of trade paperbacks. The stories span a long period of time - which makes the book annoyingly hard to fit into chronology - but some of them are pretty adult in theme.Although the front cover features Messrs Cain and Hatcher, the book has nothing to do with the TV series.

    5. Hanna on said:

      Since so many people know the history of Superman this a great way to introduce people to the older comics.

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