Superman Returns

  • Title: Superman Returns
  • Author: Marv Wolfman
  • ISBN: 9780446606523
  • Page: 479
  • Format: Paperback
  • Superman Returns Following a mysterious absence of several years the Man of Steel comes back to Earth in a soaring highly anticipated new film set for release by Warner Bros on June photos Original
    Following a mysterious absence of several years, the Man of Steel comes back to Earth in a soaring, highly anticipated new film set for release by Warner Bros on June 30, 2006 photos Original.

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    1. Marvin A Marv Wolfman is an award winning American comic book writer He is best known for lengthy runs on The Tomb of Dracula, creating Blade for Marvel Comics, and The New Teen Titans for DC Comics.


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    1. When I started reading this book,I never watched Superman Returns,a film which this novel is based upon (novelization of the film). So,I can't compare between the two; which version is the best. However,I must say that reading the novel is entertaining experience for me. Plot and storyline of the novel is simple and not complex. Pretty straightforward,indeed. The English used is also quite simple and not perplexing,especially for international readers who mastered only intermediate level of Engl [...]

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    2. Superman is my favorite superhero so I waited with great anticipation for the movie to be released. Unfortunately, with a little baby in tow, I didn't have the time to make it to the theaters. As a compromise I picked up the book instead.There's really nothing to be said in terms of the quality of writing for these sort of books. They read like screenplays. And as for the story, Superman having a child? Ugh. That goes against the whole cannon of Superman.Skip the book if you saw the movie. And i [...]

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    3. Pretty good as far as graphic novel adaptations of movies go.

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    4. You'd think the greatest superhero of all time already has it all. Save for the rarer than rare kryptonite, the man of steel is invulnerable, independent, and self-assured. So what more can he ask for? This book candidly shows the human side of Superman, the longing for affection and understanding that can only be found effectively in someone who is like him. But, there's just no one else like him. At all. Never will be. A lifetime of being alone is a bleak prospect. For how can success and fail [...]

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    5. Wellwhat can I say. It's a book that was written after a movie. So it wasn't awesome.cially since the author changed some of the parts from the movie. I liked it, but I'm glad that I only paid $1 for it at the dollar store. :) The thing that made it readable for me was the thinking. I love to know what actors are thinking - books like this just add to the performance and help me to get to know the characters better. I do like the ending to the movie better than the book however. But whateverI'm [...]

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    6. As novelization of movies go, this one was fairly good. There were some revelations that weren't evident to me when watching the movie - mostly about the Krypton tie-in. Scott Brick is a popular narrator with Audible customers, bad he delivers in his reading of the novel. It was a fun read, and I recommend it to anyone who is looking for a good time with a book.

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    7. It was good and helped fill in some stuff

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    8. I enjoyed this book it was similar to the movie but the arthour took out a very important part in my opinion.SPOILERS (if you havnt seen the movie) This book cut out the fact that the kid was SuperMans Son. I guess I know why they did it but still I really enjoyed the movie for that fact and it was taken out in the book.

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    9. Apparently many people didn't like the movie that Wolfman's novel is based on. But I did. And I thoroughly enjoyed the novelisation, which fleshed out some scenes from the movie and gave us an idea of what the main characters were thinking. Fun read.

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    10. I saw this book at the library and thought, " I like Superman. Surely I will like a Superman book. Right?" Hm this book has Superman's name on it but maybe a total of 5% of it he is actually doing "Superman things".Things I liked :::- The few Superman moments that there were were good.Things I didn't like :::- The whole thing read as a melodrama. Lois Lane having a kid (a wimpy one at that), her being married to someone else. Blah blah blah.- Some of the characters were so flat and annoying I th [...]

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    11. I think this book was better than the movie. While many did not like the movie, I actually did. So I was pleased that book was even better. There were some parts of the movie I did not like though and I found that with the parts of the movie I did not like, the book got right. I don't know that I would recommend this book to a lot of people, but I do recommend it to Superman fans.The book goes into greater detail and features a lot that the movie does not. Specifically Superman's journey to Kryp [...]

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    12. I liked it. I saw the movie first. I was not too fond of the movie. The book gave some background to the movie that linked the movie to the original movies with Christopher Reeve. I also liked that it gave some side stories that explained some of the missed details from the movie.

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    13. It was a fun book, and I didn't even know what was going to happen as I had only watched parts of the movie. But still i recommend it. The ending was nice but I needed to see more (this always happens with every book I read lol)

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    14. Although I liked the movie, THIS is how it should have been released. Just the novel. Loved it! Having read it before seeing the movie is probably the reason I liked the movie in the first place. Took some of the wind out of the "WTF?" sails in the movie.

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    15. so far i like the book alot of good thigs r happening his finding out how he is

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    16. Nothing more than an expanded script of the movie. The movie bombed at the box office for a reason: terrible script and storyline. The novel is no different.

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    17. Not a bad novelization but only slightly better than the movie considering it wasn't as great. B.

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    18. Much better than the movie

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    19. Leave the super and focus on the man. That's superman returns for you. Humane in touch. Lex Luthor steals the show as usual.

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    20. Read this to see how he mentioned himself, Clark? Superman? or by his home planet name. Ok read.

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    21. Above average novelization of a mediocre movie. The author did the best he could with a story that sucks.

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