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The Superman and the Luthor of Earth 23 feel closer to the spirit of the original. The story of Nimrod that in the previous volume would augur a hunt like the one of Kraven against Spider-Man ends just in an anecdote. The drawing by Rags Morales is good although all the characters have exhausted eyes like they hardly sleep.
Despite what I wrote I actually had fun reading the part written by Morrison in the beginning. The following stories by a different team of writer and artists transmit the feeling that actually they are not sure to where is heading the character, as filler chapters until Morrison come back.
Also the stories doesn't seem to have a chronological order, some are after Superman gets his Kryptonite armature and others when he still has the cool t-shirt. How does an idea and an icon become a destructive force that even harms its creators? The story, as simple and implausible it might be, is loaded with tension and metaphorical possibilities to be interpreted in many possible ways.
It is perhaps the best of this collection. If readers haven't read anything about Earth 23, they should know that Clavin Ellis and other heroes are black, and Ellis is the President of the United States.
Why is this volume titled Bulletproof? It beats me! It has one of the weakest villains, Nimrod the hunter. He wants to kill Superman with regular weapons and poses no threat at all. I literally saw question marks popping out of my head with this story. Some tension is added when Superman kills off Clark Kent and becomes a firefighter called Johnny Clark.
There are other Supermen living on Earth and awaiting destruction, and Lois's niece is among these interplanetary people. Superman fights against Adam, one of these people, and defeats him temporarily, at least. In the process, Lois almost gets killed. And this part is perhaps the gem in the story, Superman studies to become a doctor at super speed to save Lois Lane.
There is a special guest appearances of the Justice League and Batman that are written with a good sense of humor rarely seen in comics. And Mrs. Nixly reveals herself to be there to protect Superman from something that' going to happen the Harry Potter thing.
I found the back-up stories more interesting than the main stories. I didn't like very much the Absent Friends was there a real story there? In general, I didn't find this volume as exciting as the first one. First of all I want to say about a third or more of this title is not written by Grant Morrison.SPEEDCORE WORLDWIDE by V.A., released 09 February 1. E - Still Alive 2. Darkside vs. DJ Tron - Still Killing 3. HCM feat. DJ Kobe - True Hardcore 4. Xasverion - Drug Youth 5. HCM - We Are Going To Hell 6. Rude Repeen & Neanderthal Von Core - Astenika 7. TerrorMasta - Die Droge Musik 8. Ove Tyron - There Is No Law 9.