What would happened if Superman landed in Cold War Russia?
Superman: Red Son is a three-issue prestige format comic book mini-series published by DC Comics that was released under their Elseworlds imprint in April, 2003. Author Mark Millar created the comic with the premise "what if Superman … see full wiki
I got this book last Christmas and while I'll admit that my Superman collection is rather slim (I hope to change this in the near future), this is one of the most remarkable comics I've read. It shows what would have happened if Superman landed in a Ukrainian collective farm in the Soviet Union instead of the heartland of America. In this book, Superman's fixation on making a world utopia (a global Soviet Union, if you will) soon infriges upon civil liberties, … more
Well, here I am, to review another great comic book. This review will again be sort of an analysis, so beware of spoilers. off we go! We all believe Superman as the man of steel, invincible, super-human, and a great milestone of the US culture. His power has been a great symbol of the power of the US. He is one of the big three of comics (Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman) Cold … more
Superman Red Son is a exceptional twist to the story of the man of Steel. In this alternate reality, Superman lands in Soviet Russia and instead of becoming a symbol of the American dream, he is not fighting for the common worker of the Soviet Union. A must read for superman fans, and comic book lovers!