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Superman: Under a Yellow Sun A Novel by Clark Kent (Superman) by J.F. Moore

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Published by DC Comics .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Science fiction,
  • Graphic Novels - Science Fiction,
  • Fiction - Fantasy,
  • Fiction,
  • Fantasy - General,
  • Fiction / Graphic Novels

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages61
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8645014M
ISBN 101563891093
ISBN 109781563891090
OCLC/WorldCa32550570

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  The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written. Superman: Under a Yellow Sun is a one-shot with a cover date of March, 1 Appearing in the 1st Story 2 Synopsis for the 1st Story 3 Notes 4 Trivia 5 See Also 6 Recommended Reading 7 Links and :_Under_a_Yellow_Sun. Superman: Under a Yellow Sun ([March] ) DC, Series Published in English (United States) Price USD; CAD Pages 68 On-sale Date Indicia / Colophon Publisher DC Comics Brand DC [bullet] ISBN Barcode Editing Mike Carlin (executive editor); Frank Pittarese (associate editor); Chris Duffy Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Superman: Under a Yellow Sun: A Novel by Clark Kent at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our :// Superman Prestige story, instead of it being an Elseworlds, writer John Francis Moore writes a story where Clark Kent is writing a ://

"Under the Red Sun" is about the aliens who came to destroy Superman at any costs. There was a net cast over the sun, giving it the red glow, causing Superman to lose his powers and become really weak. This story is excellent for it should many that you can do anything if you put your mind too it. Never let anyone keep you  › Books › Children's Books › Comics & Graphic Novels. Comic Book Questions Answered – where I answer whatever questions you folks might have about comic books (feel free to e-mail questions to me at [email protected]).. Reader John wrote in in reference to my recent column about when we first learned that Superman gained his powers from Earth's yellow sun, "Hey I just read your article today about First Time we learn Sup's powers came from the In One Year Later arc after the events of Infinite Crisis, where Superman battled Prime under a red-sun, he seem to get his powers back after a few days. If you can class them as days. 11 years ago   Superman, a Kryptonian, flies toward the Earth's yellow sun to recharge his powers.. The Photonucleic Effect is the effect by which Kryptonians and creatures from the planet Krypton and, presumably, Daxam as well, are given incredible superpowers by exposure to Earth's Yellow sun.. The Photonucleic Effect was first explained in Elliot S!Maggin's novella, Starwinds ://

  Superman, a Kryptonian, at close proximity to Earth's yellow sun; how the star effects his eyes.. Yellow Stars, known scientifically as G-Type Stars, are a type of main sequence star that appears 's star, known as Sol is yellow. The energy produced by yellow stars can be processed by Kryptonians and Daxamites, via the Photonucleic Effect. Red Stars, such as Krypton's star of Rao   A thread for your controversial and unpopular views on Superman where other posters are free to debate those views. Some of mine off the top of my head: Superman's portrayal in The Dark Knight Returns is actually better and more in character than his portrayal in Kingdom Come. In DKR, Superman is forced into a difficult position but still tries to save lives, whilst in Kingdom Come he quits ? Superman: Under The Red Sun Book Information. Title: Superman: Under The Red Sun. Author: Hoena, Blake A. Isbn: When an alien ship sets up a giant filter to turn the Sun's rays red, a scheming alien plans on taking advantage of Superman's weakened state in the absence of yellow sunlight by leading an invasion of the Somehow, all of these things lasted not only into the s, but past the introduction of Supergirl, even! It would not be until the very end of the s, in December 's Action Comics #, in a back-up story by Otto Binder and Jim Mooney, that we learned that the Earth's yellow sun played a part in Superman and Supergirl's super powers, as Superman explains to Supergirl here to explain