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Super Sunday: Superman in March 2019

Posted on Mar 31, 2019 by in Features |

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It’s a new year (and now, a new month), so it must be time for a new Super Sunday! Superman is off to a great start this year and his adventures look like they’re just going to get better and better as Bendis leads the charge. Here are my thoughts for March 2019’s Superman-related releases:

Superman in Comics in March 2019:

  • Action Comics #1,0009 – 5/5
  • Adventures of the Super Sons #8 (of 12) – 5/5
  • Doomsday Clock #9 (of 12) – 5/5
  • Female Furies #2 (of 6) – 3/5
  • Heroes in Crisis #7 (of 9) – 5/5
  • Justice League #19 & 20 – 4.5/5
  • Justice League: Odyssey #7 – 3.5/5
  • Supergirl #28 – 4/5
  • Superman #9 – 5/5
  • Superman Giant #9 – 3.5/5
  • Titans #35 – 3.5/5
  • Titans Giant #2 – 3.5/5
  • Young Justice #3 – 5/5

Superman Cameos in Other Comics in March 2019:

  • Batman Giant #9 – 4/5
  • Dial H for Hero #1 (of 6) – 3/5
  • The Flash Giant #2 – 3/5
  • Naomi #3 – 3.5/5
  • Wonder Woman Giant #2 – 3/5

Superman in Other Media in March 2019:

  • DC Daily on DC Universe – 3/5
  • The Flash on CW – 3.5/5
  • Krypton: Season 1 on DVD – 4/5
  • Supergirl on CW – 5/5

My Pick of the Month for March 2019:

  • YOUNG JUSTICE!!!

So there you have it. Brian Michael Bendis and Peter J. Tomasi brought back the first character I ever truly loved when they graced the world with Connor Kent yet again, and it has been a true joy to read him each and every month. But Bendis is also doing something truly spectacular in the pages of every issue of Action Comics and Superman. Peter J. Tomasi continues his adventures with the Super Sons, which is always delightful fun. And then there’s Jon Cryer’s performance as one of the best portrayals of Lex Luthor on the screen we’ve ever seen. If you’re not watching Supergirl, you’re missing out. But what are your thoughts? Anything I miss? Let’s hear from you in the comments or on social media. Also: If you haven’t heard, Baturday is going back to our weekly format. Should Super Sunday follow the Dark Knight and do the same?

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