Mr. Tye's account of the history of Superman as introductory material. I would enjoy a book he had written if I needed a cursory introduction. As long as you are starting with little knowledge of his subject, I would recommend Tye.
Scott Brick is great at not getting in the way. His read is not boring or monotone, neither is it affected or overwrought.
If you like superhero comics but struggle to find interesting reading, Wild Cards is perfect. The sophistication and quality is remarkable.
Like Doctor Who, this is something my general taste points toward as a good bet, but I just don't love it.
I struggle with this series as a male reader. The series feels like a mix between Indiana Jones and Harry Potter...wonderful! The Twilighty romance is tolerable, but at times it just makes me wonder if I'm reading a book I like.
This installment of the series was as enjoyable as the first, but the action and scholar as hero themes were displaced too much for my taste. Itfelt like it tookforever for any real danger to show up. An emotionally charged moment in the narrative felt entirely glossed over to me (no spoilers from this guy!), and it took me out of the story.
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