Superman: The Man of Steel was the treatment that John Byrne gave to the iconic character when he left Marvel to join DC. In this remarkable saga, Byrne explores the relationship between Superman and Lois, Superman and Luthor, Superman and Batman, with a modern and adult touch, while fighting and confronting menaces like Brainiac, Bizarro and Magpie.
Everything Damien Locke wanted was to become a supervillain like his mother, but when he found out that his father was a superhero, he started to question everything. After staying a few days with his father and his family, he started developing feelings to them, which were intensified when he discovered that his mother was planning to turn every superhero into mindless slaves.
The book that starts the H.E.R.O. saga starts telling the story of three heroes, Rael, Lance and Stephanie, that after a meteor unleashes its radiation above where they live, they obtain superpowers. Under these new circumstances, they will have to live their lives as if nothing had happened, and when they aren't at school, they will have to fight villains.
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