What happens after Clark puts on the costume? Can he keep his Super-secret quiet? Pere Perez illustrates Bryan Q. Miller's story in the first chapter of this ongoing series.
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A great way to keep reading about "Smallville's" Superman and to hold on to a classic heroic interpretation of the character, something which is lost in most comic books of the character these days.
The comic is brief but a good introduction to this extended look at this TV version of Superman and company.
The art isn't fantastic but it is still pleasant and the artist tried to capture Me. Welling's likeness. The new costume is a bit ugly with it's grey striping but overall still better than what's in the New52. The lack of "S"shields all over skin tight body armour, and gold in his belt are a nice treat, and the lack of Nehru collar is great!
All in all this is a great start (and series) that stays true to the character and heroism of the Superman Family - something that no longer exists in the main Superman comics.