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by Jeph Loeb,Mike McKone,Mark Millar,Joe Kelly

eBook Superman: No Limits (Superman) download ISBN: 1840232455
Author: Jeph Loeb,Mike McKone,Mark Millar,Joe Kelly
Publisher: Titan Books Ltd (December 15, 2000)
Language: English
Pages: 208
ePub: 1952 kb
Fb2: 1449 kb
Rating: 4.4
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Category: Pseudoscience
Subcategory: Science Fiction

Product Information:TITLE: Superman: No Limits (Superman . Additional Product Features. Joe Kelly, Jeph Loeb, Mark Millar, Mike Mckone. Place of Publication.

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Browse issues from the comic book series, Superman: No Limits!, from DC Comics. No Limits! collects the critically acclaimed reboot of the Man of Steel mythos. With an all-star lineup of writers and artists - including Jeph Loeb, Mark Schultz, Joe Kelly, Mike McKone, German Garcia, Doug Mahnke, and a host of other top talents - No Limits! returns comicdom's greatest cast of characters to their roots - then explodes into uncharted territory!

Joe Kelly (Author), Jeph Loeb (Author), Mark Millar (Author), Butch Guice (Author), German Garcia (Author) & 2 more. Book 2 of 5 in the 21st Century Superman Series.

Joe Kelly (Author), Jeph Loeb (Author), Mark Millar (Author), Butch Guice (Author), German Garcia (Author) & 2 more. Superman: No Limits! (Superman (DC Comics)).

SUPERMAN NO LIMITS! collects the critically acclaimed reboot of the Man of Steel mythos. With an all-star lineup of writers and artists – including Jeph Loeb, Mark Schultz, Joe Kelly, Mike McKone, German Garcia, Doug Mahnke and a host of other top talents – NO LIMITS! returns comicdom's greatest cast of characters to their roots – then explodes into uncharted territory! These are the new classics!

Stuart Immonen (plotter); Mark Millar (dialogue).

Glenn Whitmore; Tanya Horie (separations); Richard Horie (separations). Richard Starkings; Comicraft. Tanya Horie; Richard Horie. Stuart Immonen (plotter); Mark Millar (dialogue). Glenn Whitmore; Wildstorm FX (separator).

Jeph Loeb, Joe Kelly. Mike McKone (Illustrator).

21st Century Superman by. Jeph Loeb, Joe Kelly. German Garcia (Illustrator). Doug Mahnke (Illustrator). This collection of Superman tales marks the beginning of a Superman era as new creative teams take over the reins of the Superman titles. Jeph Loeb is very talented, as I find the general Superman story line to be very boring, but he makes an overly powerful character still be amusing.

Mark Millar, Joe Kelly, Jeph Loeb. Metropolis dies today! For Batman it was No Man's Land, the epic event that reshaped an entire city and completely redefined the character for the new millennium

Mark Millar, Joe Kelly, Jeph Loeb. Metropolis dies today! For Batman it was No Man's Land, the epic event that reshaped an entire city and completely redefined the character for the new millennium. For Superman, it's Y2K! The Earth goes black at the stroke of midnight, New Year's Eve 1999, and when the lights come back up, Metropolis is changed forever. At the heart of it is Lex Luthor, whose whose role throughout Metropolis's history is revealed in shocking detail for the first time

Written by. Mark Millar.

Written by. Manufacturer: Titan Books Ltd Release date: 15 December 2000 ISBN-10 : 1840232455 ISBN-13: 9781840232455.

Superman was an ongoing comic book series featuring the DC Comics superhero of the same name. The second volume of the previous ongoing Superman title, the series was published from cover dates January 1987 to April 2006, and ran for 228 issues (226 monthly issues and two issues published outside the concurrent numbering)

Comments: (4)
Camper
This is a great little collection of all different Superman stories. The art is great, everyone gets their moment to shine, and it's really fun to read.
Flamekiller
I found "Superman:No Limits" to be a pretty good Superman graphic novel, but as one reviewer commented, it leaves a lot more to be desired because Superman just seems to jump from one varied mission to the next, as the graphic novel seems to jump from one story to the next, leaving a lot of loose ends untied by the end of the novel. Still, there were some good battle sequences in it, such as the one where Superman and WonderWoman are transported to Valhalla to fight off a demon invasion force. But one thing that irked me about that was, as usual, Superman didn't kill a single demon, he left that to WonderWoman while he just beat the demons up. I also enjoyed the Eradicator crisis. Over all, this was a pretty good Superman graphic novel, but it wasn't one of the best, though.
Skrimpak
Superman: No Limits is a collection of Superman's adventures from the several comic books featuring the character. The result is a wide-ranging book encompassing many artistic styles and conceptions of the Superman character. This diversity is book's greatest strength; it is, however, its greatest flaw as well.
On the one hand, there's a Superman for every taste to be found here. Whether you prefer him as a cartoonishly huge figure who towers over "mortal men" or a more "realistic" Man of Steel, wild super-powered action or quiet character-driven moments (Lois Lane's reaction to the agelessly beautiful Wonder Woman is priceless), it's in No Limits. It's all but impossible for the book to entirely disappoint.
On the other hand, the counterpoint to this is that the book cannot fully appeal. Whatever Superman or story type you like, a fair portion of the book will not be in accord with your tastes. Moreover, since No Limits collects issues of comic books which do not always relate to each other, plot lines diverge within the book, and many threads are left dangling. Perhaps most frustrating is the final story, which ends in a cliffhanger clearly intended to encourage the reader to purchase the next paperback collection.
Superman: No Limits offers a great many entertaining stories, written by several different authors and interpreted by a variety of artists. Since it makes no attempt to tie the many plots present together, and indeed leaves several unresolved, the book is perhaps best suited to those looking for a taste of an old favorite or a casual introduction to the World's Greatest Super-Hero. Involved fans looking for a more complete Superman experience would probably be better served by picking up the latest issues at a local comic shop.
Carrot
This graphic novel is a collection of Superman comics around the year 2000. Because it is a collection it is not one continuous story but a collection of saome smaller ones that loosely fit together with no real beginning or end. The billing is that this is a "reboot" or chance for the Superman frachise to restart itself. The art is excellent and I found the stories to be very enjoyable although I was a little lost from time to time since I am not a regular reader of comics. Overall I enjoyed this much more than most graphic novels I have read.