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Creator Brian Michael Bendis (New Avengers, Ultimate Spider-Man, Jessica Jones) and Ivan Reis (Justice League, Aquaman) begin an incredible new era for the Man of Steel in Superman Vol. 1: The Unity Saga: Phantom Earth.
It's hard enough for Superman to fight the endless fight when the two people he loves the most in the world--his wife, Lois, and their son, Jonathan--are traveling the universe, unable to communicate with him. But it's Superman's job to keep the Earth safe, no matter what.
It's a huge job under the best of circumstances, but when the entire planet is mysteriously transplanted into the Phantom Zone, the prison dimension built to hold Krypton's most dangerous criminals, it may be more than Superman and even the Justice League can handle.
Not only is the Phantom Zone itself threatening to tear the Earth apart, but it's also home to the worst killers in history--all of whom have a personal vendetta against Superman. The newest prisoner, Rogol Zaar, the man who killed Krypton, is ready to unite these scattered foes into an army...an army ready to strike at Earth at its most vulnerable!
Collects Superman #1-6. Make this your jumping-on point for the next great Superman epic!
About the Author
Brian Michael Bendis is an award-winning comics creator, New York Times bestseller and one of the most successful writers working in mainstream comics. In his 20 years at Marvel Comics, he produced some of the greatest graphic novels the publisher has ever seen, including Daredevil, Ultimate Spider-Man, New Avengers, House of M, Secret Invasion, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Alias, All-New X-Men, Uncanny X-Men, Iron Man, Guardians of the Galaxy and many more. Bendis is also known for his creator-owned works, including Powers, Scarlet, Brilliant, Goldfish, Fire, Jinx and Torso. He lives in Portland, OR with his family.
“Bendis gets Superman, and that goes for both the costumed hero and the bespectacled reporter.” —Paste Magazine
“Genuinely great character work.” —Polygon
“A compelling, character-focused start to the series.” —IGN