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Superman! Superboy! Supergirl! Krypto the Superdog! The entire Superman family is re-imagined here in this energetic all-ages graphic novel. Read on as the heroes of Metropolis fight foes such as Bizarro, Metallo, Lex Luthor and...giant monkeys? The critically acclaimed team behind TINY TITANS tackle the Superman family in this all-ages graphic novel! Collects Superman Famil Superman! Superboy! Supergirl! Krypto the Superdog! The entire Superman family is re-imagined here in this energetic all-ages graphic novel. Read on as the heroes of Metropolis fight foes such as Bizarro, Metallo, Lex Luthor and...giant monkeys? The critically acclaimed team behind TINY TITANS tackle the Superman family in this all-ages graphic novel! Collects Superman Family Adventures #1-6.


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Superman! Superboy! Supergirl! Krypto the Superdog! The entire Superman family is re-imagined here in this energetic all-ages graphic novel. Read on as the heroes of Metropolis fight foes such as Bizarro, Metallo, Lex Luthor and...giant monkeys? The critically acclaimed team behind TINY TITANS tackle the Superman family in this all-ages graphic novel! Collects Superman Famil Superman! Superboy! Supergirl! Krypto the Superdog! The entire Superman family is re-imagined here in this energetic all-ages graphic novel. Read on as the heroes of Metropolis fight foes such as Bizarro, Metallo, Lex Luthor and...giant monkeys? The critically acclaimed team behind TINY TITANS tackle the Superman family in this all-ages graphic novel! Collects Superman Family Adventures #1-6.

30 review for Superman Family Adventures, Vol. 1

  1. 5 out of 5

    Mehsi

    Actually read this one in Dutch. Just had too many other library books to add already, and didn't feel like doing this one. This was a really good comic, I was quite delighted to see it at the library. I have read more comics with the art of Franco, I just love his art and how well it fits with the superhero theme. The book is mostly consisting of the Superman family saving the day from various baddies that everyone knows, from Luthor to Bizarro. I definitely liked those parts, but there were ot Actually read this one in Dutch. Just had too many other library books to add already, and didn't feel like doing this one. This was a really good comic, I was quite delighted to see it at the library. I have read more comics with the art of Franco, I just love his art and how well it fits with the superhero theme. The book is mostly consisting of the Superman family saving the day from various baddies that everyone knows, from Luthor to Bizarro. I definitely liked those parts, but there were other parts that I liked. Lois who is slowly finding out who Superman is (duh, it isn't that hard), Kent having to switch from his normal form to Superman without anyone knowing (which was just hilarious in this one as his boss getting angry at him and thus didn't notice how dishevelled Kent looked), and much more. The Teen Titans also make an appearance and I was definitely happy to see them popping up. There was some continuity stuff that didn't really fit (like in one comic Lois wasn't sure who Superman was, and in the next she knew). Of course we also see other members of the Super family, and I was happy to see them, and also the superpets. :P Yes, superpets. From dogs to mice. All in all, I laughed so hard at many of the parts in this book, and thus I would recommend it highly. Hoping I can find the other books in this series too, I would love to read this one further. Highly recommended if you are into superheroes, Superman, or need a laugh. Review first posted at https://twirlingbookprincess.com

  2. 5 out of 5

    Ellie Ryken

    An adorable book. Definitely something to give to your kids if they are interested in Dc superhero’s .

  3. 5 out of 5

    Holly Letson

    Series Review: These stories are fun. So is the art. They are wonderful "time killer" quick reads - but, nothing all that memorable. Series Review: These stories are fun. So is the art. They are wonderful "time killer" quick reads - but, nothing all that memorable.

  4. 4 out of 5

    John

    Just a quick review to say that everyone in my family loves these. My son is four and these are the perfect introduction to comic books in general and Superman in particular. Nothing objectionable at all, super silly and funny, all the important super characters and villains are there. My wife and I both enjoy doing all the appropriate voices. I'm not sure volume one is my absolute favorite, though it is pretty good. My son's favorite is the Bizarro one, the Brainiac one is great, and there at l Just a quick review to say that everyone in my family loves these. My son is four and these are the perfect introduction to comic books in general and Superman in particular. Nothing objectionable at all, super silly and funny, all the important super characters and villains are there. My wife and I both enjoy doing all the appropriate voices. I'm not sure volume one is my absolute favorite, though it is pretty good. My son's favorite is the Bizarro one, the Brainiac one is great, and there at least five or six we haven't done yet.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Hope

    Book Challenge Category: An All-Ages Comic This book further confirms that graphic novels are definitely not my jam. I can see why my 8 year old son loved this series-- it is very silly. This is definitely a children's book-- but it doesn't offer much for adults. Book Challenge Category: An All-Ages Comic This book further confirms that graphic novels are definitely not my jam. I can see why my 8 year old son loved this series-- it is very silly. This is definitely a children's book-- but it doesn't offer much for adults.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Lauren

    Perfect for a new reader to enjoy on their own. Lots of POWS and BOINGS. I have no desire to read this aloud.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Patrick

    My 4 year old loved it and so did I.

  8. 4 out of 5

    John

    excellent Superman comic for young fans. It's a shame only 12 issues were released. excellent Superman comic for young fans. It's a shame only 12 issues were released.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Lizz

    Honestly, all I wanted from this all-ages Superfam comic was a smile and it gave me loads. It's ridiculously cute. I had fun reading it. Honestly, all I wanted from this all-ages Superfam comic was a smile and it gave me loads. It's ridiculously cute. I had fun reading it.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Jacob

    Superman Family Adventures will appeal to all ages. To readers familiar with the creator's work on Tiny Titans, this book will do you one better. The love and affection for Superman and especially the Richard Donner films in particular drip right off the page. If my memory serves me every issue lifted dialogue from the Christopher Reeve movies. The paper stock was glossy this time around as opposed to cheap newsprint so Tiny Titans readers will note the difference of the brighter, sharper color Superman Family Adventures will appeal to all ages. To readers familiar with the creator's work on Tiny Titans, this book will do you one better. The love and affection for Superman and especially the Richard Donner films in particular drip right off the page. If my memory serves me every issue lifted dialogue from the Christopher Reeve movies. The paper stock was glossy this time around as opposed to cheap newsprint so Tiny Titans readers will note the difference of the brighter, sharper color palette. Likewise readers will note the difference in book width between the Superman Family book and any of the Tiny Titans. The Superman in Superman Family Adventures has been donned in his New 52 attire so that means Superman won't be wearing his red underwear on the outside of his costume along with a yellow belt. Instead New 52 Superman has a red belt, neck collar, and red sleeves. Had the artwork been less cartoony, so to speak, there would likely be more useless and ridiculous stitching lines that reflect more than just sewing seams. Tiny Titans offered less word balloons and had many puzzles and mazes throughout whereas the Superman Family Adventures book has more comic book storytelling and sequential art content. That is, there's a bit more "oomph" content and the book can be appreciated on more levels depending on age of the reader and the exposure he/she has with the DCU comics and movie history.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Diz

    A great introduction to Superman for young children. When reading this with young children, it can lead to lots of interesting discussions about characters, their relationships, their powers, and their motivations. This is commonly requested as a bedtime story in my family. The art is charming and is really appealing to kids. Major comic book publishers should publish more superhero titles that are equally accessible to young children to help us comic book fans share our interests with our child A great introduction to Superman for young children. When reading this with young children, it can lead to lots of interesting discussions about characters, their relationships, their powers, and their motivations. This is commonly requested as a bedtime story in my family. The art is charming and is really appealing to kids. Major comic book publishers should publish more superhero titles that are equally accessible to young children to help us comic book fans share our interests with our children. Having said that, adults without children will probably not get much enjoyment out of the stories, which are very simple. Also, there are a lot of super pet stories in which the super pets are talking, so if that's not something you would enjoy, you should avoid this.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Carol

    Some people might not realize that Superman isn't the only Krptonian around. He is sometimes joined by his cousins, Supergirl and Superboy. They also get help from Krypto the Super Dog, Streaky the Super Cat, Fuzzy the Super Mouse, Beppo the Super Monkey and even Comet the Super Horse. The first six issues of the Superman Family Adventures comics series is collected in this book. The illustration style is not my favorite, but it works well for this silly but entertaining adventures. I definitely Some people might not realize that Superman isn't the only Krptonian around. He is sometimes joined by his cousins, Supergirl and Superboy. They also get help from Krypto the Super Dog, Streaky the Super Cat, Fuzzy the Super Mouse, Beppo the Super Monkey and even Comet the Super Horse. The first six issues of the Superman Family Adventures comics series is collected in this book. The illustration style is not my favorite, but it works well for this silly but entertaining adventures. I definitely enjoyed these more than I thought I would. I even laughed out loud a few times.

  13. 5 out of 5

    L

    A great book for young reluctant readers! This comic collection is vibrant in color with large easy to read text. Also, the issues in this volume are formatted as multiple smaller stories (#1-6). As an adult reader, the quick uncomplicated endings to the stories were not ideal but I loved the humor.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Brian McLachlan

    Baltazar and Franco's comics are the perfect introduction for kids to the awesomeness of Superman. All the best characters are there, but introduced in a way that doesn't feel like a staged introduction. It's wonderfully silly. The art is gorgeous, fun, full of energy and sheer joy. We read this over and over in our house. Baltazar and Franco's comics are the perfect introduction for kids to the awesomeness of Superman. All the best characters are there, but introduced in a way that doesn't feel like a staged introduction. It's wonderfully silly. The art is gorgeous, fun, full of energy and sheer joy. We read this over and over in our house.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Charles Mitchell

    I'm not ashamed to admit I loved this book clearly aimed at grade schoolers. The simple art is reminiscent of Peanuts and adds an extra layer of nostalgia to this legendary character. The stories are short simple fun filled with cartoon violence and sweet lessons about family and friendship. Would be a great book for kids learning to read. I highly recommend this fun series for kids of all ages. I'm not ashamed to admit I loved this book clearly aimed at grade schoolers. The simple art is reminiscent of Peanuts and adds an extra layer of nostalgia to this legendary character. The stories are short simple fun filled with cartoon violence and sweet lessons about family and friendship. Would be a great book for kids learning to read. I highly recommend this fun series for kids of all ages.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Steph Myers

    Loud! Great for the young reluctant reader. Super Diaper Baby and Daniel Boom would be good to graduate to, then Big Nate or Diary of a Wimpy Kid or any of the newer hybrids of graphic and prose juvenile novels

  17. 4 out of 5

    Michael

    Very few of the jokes landed for me, and the whimsical nature trended toward shallow cliches. It's not my thing. I'll stash it somewhere until my kids are a little older and maybe they'll dig it more than I did. Very few of the jokes landed for me, and the whimsical nature trended toward shallow cliches. It's not my thing. I'll stash it somewhere until my kids are a little older and maybe they'll dig it more than I did.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Magdalena Wilson

    I read this directly after finishing American Psycho to get my off of it so I could sleep. It was a good decision. This book is absolutely adorable and worth every penny. I found myself smiling at many different points.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Connie Murphy

    A light, cute read...totally enjoyable...

  20. 5 out of 5

    Jasmin Chua

    Aw yeah, Superman Family!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Nicolas

    This was a pleasant enough take on Superman, though not particularly clever. Great for kids. For more on this, might I suggest Comic Book Coffee Break: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=umujo... This was a pleasant enough take on Superman, though not particularly clever. Great for kids. For more on this, might I suggest Comic Book Coffee Break: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=umujo...

  22. 4 out of 5

    Brian

    awesome fun for the whole family!!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Emmett Spain

    A wonderful, fun, very knowing collection of tales that offers plenty of smiles for kids of all ages.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Hassanchop

    I would recommend this book to anyone that wants to get younger kids to read. A great fun read. It reminds me in spirit of Barks.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Gillian Dawson

    3.5 Very cute and good for old and young fans alike.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Ian

    An exhilarating way to think about Superman: what if he were just simple, honest, silly fun? I especially love the notion that Lois knows Clark's really Superman, but just plays along with him. An exhilarating way to think about Superman: what if he were just simple, honest, silly fun? I especially love the notion that Lois knows Clark's really Superman, but just plays along with him.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Robin

    Superman, his cousins, and their pets in kid-friendly adventures for a new generation of fans.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Bob

    Silver-agey fun for the whole family!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Jdetrick

    While not as much fun as Tiny Titans, their are more complete stories in this volume, and Baltazar/Franco comics are always worth reading.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Tammy

    Aw yeah.

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