FUTURE STATE : SUPERMAN - WORLDS OF WAR #1-2 (Phillip Kennedy Johnson / Mikel Janin)

J’avais beaucoup aimé l’arc d’Ennis sur la série solo du personnage que Panini avait sorti à l’époque, mais sinon je ne suis pas non plus un fondu de Midnighter.

“Superman: Worlds of War” written by PHILLIP KENNEDY JOHNSON

“Superman: Worlds of War” art by MIKEL JANíN

“Midnighter” written by MICHAEL W. CONRAD and BECKY CLOONAN

“Midnighter” art by GLEB MELNIKOV

“Black Racer” written by JEREMY ADAMS

“Black Racer” art by SIYA OUM

“Mister Miracle” written by BRANDON EASTON

“Mister Miracle” art by VALENTINE DE LANDRO

cover by MIKEL JANÍN

card stock variant cover by RICCARDO FEDERICI

Meet the rising champion of the gladiatorial pits of Warworld: Superman! The Man of Steel is still down in the pits duking it out with Mongul’s hordes and working his way up to the big boss himself. But since it’s Superman, there has to be more to this than a simple determination to win the title belt, right? Yes, because he’s also got Midnighter out there on a mission to chase down a dangerous new power source… but the man standing in his way is all too familiar.

Plus, the Black Racer smashes her way to freedom, and Mister Miracle, now trapped on Warworld himself, has to find his way back to the bottle city of Metropolis—and his only mode of transportation is a busted Boom Tube!

Future State: Superman: Worlds of War #2 ON SALE 2/16/21

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Phillip Kennedy Johnson m’impressionne dans son portrait de Superman, puissant et inspirant. Je suis curieux de lire ses prochaines séries, et Mikel Janin assure pour ces prologues de luxe.
Le segment Mister Miracle est un paradoxe temporel rigolo, le chapitre Midnighter se perd dans la maladresse, alors que Black Racer n’a aucun intérêt.

Il me fait regretter que je ne prenne pas sa série. Limite, j’attendais ce côte inspirant chez Ridley et son Next Batman.

Vraiment bien. Surement la meilleure série que j’ai lue sur Future State.

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