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My Adventures with Superman #2

77
Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 7 critic ratings.

After the mysterious android is captured by a covert military group, Superman realizes he can’t just bust through a government facility and take what he wants.

No, this looks like a job for mild-mannered journalist Clark Kent!

Publication Date
Publisher
Format
Kindle Edition
Print Length
24 pages
Language
English
Amazon ASIN
B0D6JBGTF4

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7 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    ComicBook.com

    My Adventures With Superman #2 is honestly not just an excellent tie-in comic, but an absolutely fantastic Superman comic as well. The second issue sees Clark, Lois, and Jimmy infiltrate a military installation and, in doing so, sees Clark have to deal with human limitations, though those won’t stop him from doing what’s right. It gets right at the core of who Superman is beyond his powers and is absolutely charming and adorable while sacrificing nothing in terms of action. The issue, cover to cover, is an absolute gem.

  • 90

    Geek Dad

    This issue does an amazing job of getting to the core of Superman’s character – including that he’ll never turn his back on someone who needs him, even if that someone is a rogue AI. We get some surprising cameos from other villains this issue, proving that Campbell is really well-versed in 90s Superman comics in particular. As things deteriorate between Slade and Dubois, a war emerges and the famous robot winds up being drafted back into the conflict. That leads Superman to make an extremely risky choice – one that winds up having serious consequences for Clark Kent. The voices of the characters are top-notch, and Pablo Collar does an even better job this issue of capturing the faces of the characters from the cartoon. It all comes together into another example of how the Superman line of comics is having some of its best luck in decades – just about every corner of the line is fantastic.

  • 85

    AIPT

    My Adventures With Superman #2 not only has moments that are pure Superman, but it also puts its unique spin on yet another DC supervillain. My one hope is that we get another miniseries in-between Seasons 2 and 3…and that Bloodsport appears on the show in some form.

  • 81

    Comic Watch

    Overall, My Adventures with Superman #2 is a delightful continuation of the series that will appeal to both longtime Superman fans and new readers alike. It successfully blends superhero spectacle with heartfelt character moments, promising an exciting journey ahead for Clark Kent and friends.

  • 80

    The Aspiring Kryptonian

    My Adventures With Superman #2 is a cool issue because it feels exactly what the show was pitched as – a Clark Kent, Lois Lane, and Jimmy Olsen adventure without much Superman intervention. As it would happen, the battle for Amazo’s sentience isn’t the only one that is just beginning.

  • 80

    Caped Joel

  • 73

    Superman Homepage

    After overlooking some plot holes and story conveniences, I found this to be a fun story. As the series counts down to Christmas, the story is focused on the military and its control of Ivo’s technology. Superman, Lois, and Jimmy should be able to help the robot in time to enjoy Clark’s first Christmas in Metropolis.

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