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“PATH TO DOOM” Chapter Two Luthor and Superman must put aside their differences and face the common threat of Doomsday, as Jimmy Olsen and the Planet staff try to uncover the truth: who is the man claiming to be Clark Kent? THEY SAID IT: “Superman is synonymous with the word ‘superhero’,” says artist Patrick Zircher. “He’s the greatest. Drawing ACTION COMICS fills me with a “PATH TO DOOM” Chapter Two Luthor and Superman must put aside their differences and face the common threat of Doomsday, as Jimmy Olsen and the Planet staff try to uncover the truth: who is the man claiming to be Clark Kent? THEY SAID IT: “Superman is synonymous with the word ‘superhero’,” says artist Patrick Zircher. “He’s the greatest. Drawing ACTION COMICS fills me with a passion to make great comics.”


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“PATH TO DOOM” Chapter Two Luthor and Superman must put aside their differences and face the common threat of Doomsday, as Jimmy Olsen and the Planet staff try to uncover the truth: who is the man claiming to be Clark Kent? THEY SAID IT: “Superman is synonymous with the word ‘superhero’,” says artist Patrick Zircher. “He’s the greatest. Drawing ACTION COMICS fills me with a “PATH TO DOOM” Chapter Two Luthor and Superman must put aside their differences and face the common threat of Doomsday, as Jimmy Olsen and the Planet staff try to uncover the truth: who is the man claiming to be Clark Kent? THEY SAID IT: “Superman is synonymous with the word ‘superhero’,” says artist Patrick Zircher. “He’s the greatest. Drawing ACTION COMICS fills me with a passion to make great comics.”

30 review for Action Comics #958

  1. 4 out of 5

    Paul

    This is really intense with a ton of action. DOOMSDAAAAYYYYY This is fantastic and I like this run so far. Good stuff with a lot of interesting and mysterious stuff going down.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jerry

    Mostly fun, and the artwork was great; however, an excess of advertising--and not the good kind--messed this up a bit.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Siona St Mark

    The best of Rebirth that I've read on an action level. Character developement was a little lacking where Superman was concerned, but Lois and Jon made up for it. I wonder how the Clark Kent character will progress... The best of Rebirth that I've read on an action level. Character developement was a little lacking where Superman was concerned, but Lois and Jon made up for it. I wonder how the Clark Kent character will progress...

  4. 5 out of 5

    John

    Lex Luthor and Superman battle Doomsday.This one is filled with action.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jay

    As Superman and Lex Luthor argue over the legacy of the New 52 Superman, Doomsday drops into the middle of Metropolis! This Doomsday seems just as raging and relentless as before, but there seems to be a dark intelligence that Superman hasn’t seen. And the mystery of “Clark Kent” deepens! I’m kind of breathless after reading this one! It’s very much an action issue from start to finish, but Jurgens manages to share scenes of Lois and Jonathan, as well as continue the mysterious appearance of yet As Superman and Lex Luthor argue over the legacy of the New 52 Superman, Doomsday drops into the middle of Metropolis! This Doomsday seems just as raging and relentless as before, but there seems to be a dark intelligence that Superman hasn’t seen. And the mystery of “Clark Kent” deepens! I’m kind of breathless after reading this one! It’s very much an action issue from start to finish, but Jurgens manages to share scenes of Lois and Jonathan, as well as continue the mysterious appearance of yet another Clark Kent! As a parent, you completely understand and feel for what Lois is going through watching the TV coverage of her husband facing a creature who killed him before, but this time she has to do it with her son! The anguish she feels is apparent and it pulls at your heartstrings as she tries to console Jon. Great character moments here! Similarly, Jurgens keeps the mystery going with Jimmy Olsen challenging the new Clark while they run between the raging battle with Doomsday. Here Jurgens cleverly weaves in some exposition explaining some of the plot points from the New 52 books, while moving the mystery forward by having this new character not understand or remember what Jimmy is relating. I admit to being pretty intrigued by this plotline. So far this series is a freight train just barrelling forward at 100 miles per hour! I had lost a lot of interest in Superman during the New 52 run, but Jurgens’s approach is kind of reinvigorating me on the character and these series, and Patrick Zircher’s artwork only adds to the enjoyment!

  6. 5 out of 5

    HatBett23

    Favorite comment I read regarding this issue: Doomsday would be an awesome reveal...if he wasn't already on the cover. Agree, anonymous internet poster. Favorite comment I read regarding this issue: Doomsday would be an awesome reveal...if he wasn't already on the cover. Agree, anonymous internet poster.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Arturo

    There's not much here that can't be summarized in one page, the plot hardly moved forward. But I was surprised, once again we don't have drawn out dialogue, or cheesy dialogue that I'm used to from the writer. Oh no wait.. "This is a job for Superman!" Well, I'll forgive it this time, especially with who's he's saying it to. Obviously history isn't going to repeat itself with Superman's meeting with Doomsday, especially after this Rebirth shannanigans we're dealing with, but every punch Doomsday There's not much here that can't be summarized in one page, the plot hardly moved forward. But I was surprised, once again we don't have drawn out dialogue, or cheesy dialogue that I'm used to from the writer. Oh no wait.. "This is a job for Superman!" Well, I'll forgive it this time, especially with who's he's saying it to. Obviously history isn't going to repeat itself with Superman's meeting with Doomsday, especially after this Rebirth shannanigans we're dealing with, but every punch Doomsday throws makes me wince and cringe. (Internally, not really). But I'm slightly worried, how is he gonna get out of this one? And who the hell is that guy with the glasses? What is Lois gonna do?? She can't fly, to get to the scene! Overall what DC seems be doing is giving us, the Pre-New 52 fans what we want and they're succeeding with me. I think it's interesting.. Excuse me, I think it's fucking awesome that Superman now has to take on this reality's Doomsday. Aside from that, Lex Luthor is also not the same Lex he knows, and .. Am I right?? Not one line of exposition?! A fun read.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Ram RS

    Actual rating: 3.5 stars. The suspense from the previous issue lasts through this issue, and that's the best part about it. I also like the intrigue around (view spoiler)[Lex's character (hide spoiler)] plus the fact that while (view spoiler)[Jimmy knows Clark's secret, "Clark" himself is unaware of it (hide spoiler)] , and that lends some comedic relief. The only (really minor) gripe I have is with (view spoiler)[Doomsday's HAZMAT suit. (hide spoiler)] Is that a throwback to this (view spoiler)[c Actual rating: 3.5 stars. The suspense from the previous issue lasts through this issue, and that's the best part about it. I also like the intrigue around (view spoiler)[Lex's character (hide spoiler)] plus the fact that while (view spoiler)[Jimmy knows Clark's secret, "Clark" himself is unaware of it (hide spoiler)] , and that lends some comedic relief. The only (really minor) gripe I have is with (view spoiler)[Doomsday's HAZMAT suit. (hide spoiler)] Is that a throwback to this (view spoiler)[cross-universe Superman's version of Doomsday (hide spoiler)] , or is it a (view spoiler)[standard canon costume (hide spoiler)] that I have never seen before? Either way, minor point. The story progresses slowly, and that is a good thing. When stories run too fast in comics, chances are the ending is either really really good or super disappointing, and often it's the latter. I'm curious to see how the plot develops here.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Eugene Tan

    Action Comics #958 picked off where the last issue left us, with Containment Doomsday wrecking havoc on Metropolis. Here, we see that Superman is forced to work with SuperLex as they try to save the citizens of Metropolis and beat Doomsday. But are these two enough to beat Doomsday, who seems to have more intelligence in addition to his brute strength? Who is Clark Kent? What is Jon going to do? What is Lois going to do? Who IS the mystery man behind it all? Find out in the next issue of Action Action Comics #958 picked off where the last issue left us, with Containment Doomsday wrecking havoc on Metropolis. Here, we see that Superman is forced to work with SuperLex as they try to save the citizens of Metropolis and beat Doomsday. But are these two enough to beat Doomsday, who seems to have more intelligence in addition to his brute strength? Who is Clark Kent? What is Jon going to do? What is Lois going to do? Who IS the mystery man behind it all? Find out in the next issue of Action Comics!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Dr Rashmit Mishra

    i will give it a 3.5/5 really , it was action packed and they made Doomsday more powerful* and this mystery of Superman and Clark kent being two separate people is killing me ,that said i am still not convinced with the art and i remember them saying they will bring the old DC back , this here seemed to me like they were pursuing with their stupid "lex is a good guy" act . Lex Luthor is a bad guy and he is really really good at it ,or atleast was . So please listen to the fans DC Make Lex Bad a i will give it a 3.5/5 really , it was action packed and they made Doomsday more powerful* and this mystery of Superman and Clark kent being two separate people is killing me ,that said i am still not convinced with the art and i remember them saying they will bring the old DC back , this here seemed to me like they were pursuing with their stupid "lex is a good guy" act . Lex Luthor is a bad guy and he is really really good at it ,or atleast was . So please listen to the fans DC Make Lex Bad again! * yeah i know right

  11. 4 out of 5

    Brendan

    action packed issue that finally drives the dark knight into action. Not everything is worthy of this issue, Doomsday being used yet again. I'm a littled odded out with Luthor as the hero but I've obviously in catchup mode with 52 series. I liked the issue but I didn't think it was the mind blowing event superman needs in this rebirth series. Great art and some fast paced action. action packed issue that finally drives the dark knight into action. Not everything is worthy of this issue, Doomsday being used yet again. I'm a littled odded out with Luthor as the hero but I've obviously in catchup mode with 52 series. I liked the issue but I didn't think it was the mind blowing event superman needs in this rebirth series. Great art and some fast paced action.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Marlene

    3 stars Pre-flashpoint Superman is battling doomsday with the help of Lex Luthor. Also, Jimmy Olsen, Lex Luthor, Lois & Jonathan are trying to wrap their heads around who is this Clark Kent? Jonathan wants to help his dad defeat Doomsday. Who is the guy in the hood? What is he waiting for to fall into place? What is he waiting for Kal-El to do?

  13. 5 out of 5

    mike andrews

    Superman has returned, but so has Clark Kent and they are together at the same time

  14. 4 out of 5

    Nẹdu

    Doomsday is back and clark & lex have to work together. Also jon continues to be cute

  15. 5 out of 5

    Owen Williams

    Review: 9/10 The battle felt urgent. It felt like the world was reacting in realistic ways. It has a good mystery.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Marisa Carpico

    All action, almost no forward movement. Not worth the paper it's printed on. http://pop-break.com/2016/06/24/revie... All action, almost no forward movement. Not worth the paper it's printed on. http://pop-break.com/2016/06/24/revie...

  17. 5 out of 5

    Mayank Mrug

    Ok the suspense is building up a little. Will Jonathan come to the rescue? Who's Clark? Ok the suspense is building up a little. Will Jonathan come to the rescue? Who's Clark?

  18. 4 out of 5

    Darren Compton

  19. 5 out of 5

    Rene

  20. 5 out of 5

    James Sykes

  21. 5 out of 5

    tommyhommel

  22. 5 out of 5

    Kevin Fauche

  23. 5 out of 5

    David

  24. 4 out of 5

    Unai

  25. 5 out of 5

    Francorum Martinezku

  26. 5 out of 5

    Chandresh Rao

  27. 4 out of 5

    শুভঙ্কর শুভ

  28. 4 out of 5

    Tony Stark

  29. 4 out of 5

    Aldo Haegemans

  30. 4 out of 5

    Andrea

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