Read Superman, Volume 3: Multiplicity Online Free - All around the Multiverse, Supermen are going missing— someone is collecting them! Joining forces, the collective of Men of Steel must find a way to escape their cells and defeat their captor. Plus, Superman meets Swamp Thing!
Collects SUPERMAN #14-17 and ANNUAL #1.
|Title||:||Superman, Volume 3: Multiplicity|
|Number of Pages||:||144 pages|
September 06, 2017
Tomasi and Gleason revisit Grant Morrison's Multiversity concept. Superman analogues are disappearing across the multiverse. Some guy named Prophecy is stealing all their power to defeat this ultimate bad guy who is coming. Presumably, the same dark figure behind the creation of the new 52. The M...
September 10, 2017
Peter continues providing the strongest run on Superman probably ever. I mean sure, there's been better Superman STORIES, but they usually consist of 6 to 9 issues. This run has been amazing and only continues to carry that on.
This time we focus our attention to the title character only. The fir...
August 01, 2017
So very hopeful and good!
World: The art is fantastic throughout this arc, a lot of motion, wonderful Supermen designs and the Jon book just was gorgeous. The world building here is great, Swamp Thing, Multiversity and a little slice of Hamilton, it's all good in many different ways. This Supes us...
September 01, 2017
The art is still nice, but no Lois or Jon means this is an exclusively superhero plot-driven volume, and the plot is really, really dumb. I like the idea of getting to know all the cool alternate versions of Superman, but you don't actually get to know anyone because the script doesn't want to bo...
July 28, 2017
[Read as single issues]
Superman crosses dimensions, and does some super-gardening in this third volume of the new Rebirth series.
The Multiplicity story that the volume is named for follows up on Grant Morrison's Multiversity concept with varying degrees of success as the Supermen of the multivers...
May 15, 2017
Wow, when The Multiverse is not explained by Grant Morrison it can actually be interesting and attractive, and not hopelessly weird and confusing. Tomasi put it simple and it was entertaining for me. Plus, he got to explain in a couple of pages everything that the Multiversity just pu...
November 14, 2017
When a mysterious entity starts kidnapping Superman counterparts across the multiverse, the primary Man of Steel rallies the others to fight back. Enjoyable, not standout — I think the art is a big stumbling block for me. And the Swamp Thing story was just filler.
September 08, 2017
Ok, this was a hot mess. There is this really convoluted tale where Superman meets up with the other Supermen/women of the multiverse to fight off multiverse annihilation, that was too long and had too many artists to make it enjoyable. Superman meets the Chinese Super-Man, Kenan Kong, but there...
October 16, 2017
Well, this was frustrating. The central story was convoluted multi-verse nonsense (it reminded me of the Saturday Night Live sketch where a cable news show has a dozen talking-head guests on satellite feeds simultaneously vying for the attention of an overwhelmed host) and I actually nodded off i...
April 25, 2017
Basic Plot: The Supermen and women of the multiverse are being hunted, and our Superman has an idea of how to save them.
Oy, the multiverse. And a Justice League made up of heroes from various different Earths that polices those trying to affect the multiverse. Double oy. I do have to confess that...