Read Superman, Volume 2: Trial of the Super Sons Online Free - Superman and his super-son Jon are back in the second volume by best-selling author Peter J. Tomasi!
With Jon becoming more and more powerful by the day, Superman's greatest foes are starting to take notice of the new super-kid on the block. When one of the most evil and ruthless of Superman's rogues' gallery comes for the Man of Steel's son, Clark must decide just how far he's willing to go to protect the ones he loves.
Superman and Jon Kent are transported to Dinosaur Island to find the last of the Losers! Then, after a quick trip to the county fair, Jon meets his match in Damian Wayne—and the Super Sons’ fathers soon put the two young heroes through their paces as a new crime-fighting team is forged!
Collecting: Superman 7-13
|Title||:||Superman, Volume 2: Trial of the Super Sons|
|Number of Pages||:||168 pages|
June 18, 2017
What happens when you pair up a smaller, slightly stabbier version of Batman with a smaller, slightly more naive version of Superman?
The main story focused on Damian and Jon getting forced by their fathers to work out their issues with each other.
Why would the boys have issues, you ask?
April 10, 2017
A extremely good volume once more. Rebirth for Superman has been wonderful.
We have a bunch of individual stories. The weakest being about the "losers" but even that was fun and exciting. Seeing Jon and Clark together just works so well. Their relationship is near perfect feeling of father and so...
April 08, 2017
This is probably about as good as Superman and Son can get. The first issue, a sort of slice-of-life family piece, is the best of the lot, and one of the best single issues I've seen from the Rebirth books so far. That's followed by a Darwyn Cooke homage, good pulpy fun with dinosaurs and a lost...
February 05, 2017
Very good! Superman is probably one of the best rebirth titles at the moment; and that's just partially due to Peter J. Tomasi's writing which remains solid through out! So this volume is a series of short stories, first issue being Clark having family time with Lois and John, which made for a ve...
April 05, 2017
Having read plenty of DC’s Rebirth titles, it did seem like a light was shining on the publisher following The New 52, which many readers considered a disappointment. Although my Bat-fandom is still going strong from the likes of Tom King and James Tynion IV, the first volume of Peter Tomasi and...
December 12, 2017
Whoa, wait a sec! This was actually... not bad?!
So yeah, I absolutely hated Tomasi's first volume of Superman. It was abysmal. Of course I was never intending to pick up the second one, but somebody convinced me that this one was still worth giving a read. I'm glad I did!
This book consists of sev...
May 25, 2017
This title continues to be the shining star of Rebirth. The Kents' family dynamic is perfection and Clark and Jon's relationship is the heart of this series. Plus, we get alternating top tier art from Patrick Gleason and Doug Mahnke.
This volume contains a bunch of shorter stories. First up, Super...
October 11, 2017
Well, I think Wonder Woman Vol. 2: Year One just met its rival for my favorite Rebirth series book so far. I thought Superman, Vol. 1: Son of Superman was really good, but Vol. 2 was even better.
I tell ya, there was not a single bound in the wrong direction. The artwork, the stories, the heartlan...
June 23, 2017
This title is so much fun.
April 01, 2017
[Read as single issues]
We get a little bit of light-hearted action in this second volume of Superman, which is a good palette cleanser after the doom and gloom of the first book.
Opening with a little one-shot that lets the Kents enjoy their family time, we then progress into some father-son actio...