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The entire modern day retelling of Superman — from his early days in Smallville with Lana Lang and Lex Luthor to his first meeting with Lois Lane Jimmy Olsen and Perry White in Metropolis — is recounted in this lavish hardcover collection by writer Mark Waid and artists Leinil Francis Yu and Gerry Alanguilan SUPERMAN BIRTHRIGHT collects the best selling critically acclaimed 12 issue maxiseries of the same name and features an introduction by Smallville television producers Al Gough and Miles Millar plus a sketchbook section showcasing Yu's development work in addition to notes by Waid Witness the making of a legend as Clark Kent learns the tough lessons needed to become the World's Greatest Hero Also watch as Lex Luthor comes to Smallville befriending Clark But it's a relationship that may ultimately spell disaster for Metropolis and the Man of Steel


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    I think it’s safe to say that Mark Waid loves Superman like I love my children And I REALLY love my children So there’s thatLook I’m a Marvel zombie As a general rule I’ll take a mediocre Spider Man book over a good Green Lantern book any day To trot out a hoary old chestnut that’s not necessarily true any Marvel heroes are human fallible and relatable whereas their DC counterparts are godlike perfect and aloof They’re just interesting But here comes Waid his writing cape flapping in the breeze it’s actually pretty dangerous to wear a cape whilst writing as they tend to snag on one’s chair and you often trip over them when getting up to get some coffeenot that I know anything about wearing a cape whilst writingahem giving us a Superman with heart humor and gasp hipness well square hipness Sure he’s just as indestructible as ever physically speaking notwithstanding that kryptonite is to Superman as daycare germs are to my kiddos but this is an emotionally vulnerable Clark Kent a man trying to find his place in the world navigate a complicated relationship with Pa Kent and reconcile the fact that for all of his powers he just couldn’t save Lex Luthor from going down a very bad path A few months ago I attended a comic con at which Waid was the Guest of Honor not sure if we capitalize that sort of accolade but it feels right so let’s go with it and during a panel celebrating Waid’s career he was asked a question about Superman And just like I do on occasion when talking about my kids because I’m tough Waid literally broke down into tears talking about how Superman was always there for him through a rough childhood even going so far as to cite a ridiculous story from the early 60s in which the IRS tries to nail Superman for unpaid taxes for all of the miraculous treasures he has recovered coal he has turned into diamonds etc side note I’d like to be reincarnated as a comic writer in the era where one could basically do the gluteal equivalent of kegels while sitting on a typewriter and produce a story someone would publish The upshot of that ridiculous yet ridiculously touching anecdote was that at story’s end the moronic IRS guy’s boss pointed out that Superman doesn’t owe anything because he could make massive deductions by claiming everyone in the US as a dependent because well we ALL depend on Supermanjust like Waid did as a childI’m never going to feel THAT strongly about the Man of Steel he’s not going to supplant Spidey in my heart anytime soon but after reading Birthright I get it I get why Superman was a life raft for Waid to cling to as a kid I get how the combination of square jawed heroism and almost pathological need to engage in do goodery is appealing to a kid in search of something to believe in I get how one can get chills just from seeing Big Blue streaking through the sky and how one might take comfort in knowing that he’s out there always out there watching over us all ready to leap into the fray at the first sign of trouble And now I want to read Superman stories—a compulsion I’ve never really experienced before Suggestions welcome and appreciated incidentally Supes fans So well played WaidYou know it occurs to me that I’ve never seen Mark Waid and Superman in the room at the same time Just sayin’45 Stars At that same con I also discovered The Perhapanauts which has proven to be a highly entertaining series Worth checking out if you’re in the mood for something different