Super Sons, Volume 1: When I Grow Up by Peter J. Tomasi

Super Sons, Volume 1: When I Grow Up

A part of DC Universe Rebirth!Superboy (aka Jonathan Kent) and Robin (aka Damian Wayne) make their super hero duo debut in this all-new series SUPER SONS, part of DC Rebirth.This debut series looks at the lives of Robin and Superboy and their destiny to follow in their fathers’ footsteps, while we meet a new villain whose ascension parallels the boys’ own understanding of...

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Super Sons, Volume 1: When I Grow Up Reviews

  • Chelsea
    Re-reading as a volume and this series is as wonderful as I remember! Ahhhh, everything about it is just spot on! I adore the contrast between Damian & Bruce and Jon & Clark. I love Damian's headstrong, self-assured nature and Jon's stubborn, protective nature. It's just so wonderful and everything ...
  • Wing Kee
    This is what DC needs. More please! World: Jimenez's art is sublime and perfect for this title. It's kinetic, full of big bold emotions and over the top just like the book needs to be. It's gorgeous. The world building is also fantastic, living in the little nook that these two have in the DCU. Ever...
  • James DeSantis
    Damn this is so goddamn fun! I love these kids. I want my future kids to be these kids. So most people know Damien, the son of batman. Think a young, ignorant, little piece of shit, with the sickest burns around town. Then got Jon who is Clark's son who follows his footsteps. This volume is mostly o...
  • Maksym Karpovets
    One of the best Rebirth series so far. Tomasi knows how to write a story about family relationships, but this time we meet a duet from two opposing families: Superboy of a typical American family and Robin with from not an ideal, but still family. They are opposites in everything, but that's why the...
  • Anne
    3.5 starsOk, it's not the best plot-wise, but the art is adorable and I just love the concept of Damien and Jon doing this frenemyish team-up.Look at these two! The cuteness level is just off the charts!But. I'm hoping volume 2 will delve a tad deeper into their budding friendship because I think th...
  • Chad
    This is just FUN. All of the charm and adventure of Superman (It's the same writer.) with the added bonus of two exceptional children learning to accept one another (while bickering nonstop). This one's a winner. Jorge Jimenez's art was made for this title. His frenetic style works wonderfully with ...
  • Chris
    Super Sons is one of those series that's quickly become popular with comic fans, generating considerable hype for the first trade before it even hit the shelves. Fortunately then, When I Grow Up... is a delight from the very first issue and the talented creative team don't miss a beat.Peter Tomasi s...
  • Diz
    I loved this! Batman and Superman's relationship has always been an interesting one, but since they are adults, the clash of their ideologies has been mostly restrained. However, in Super Sons we have child versions of these heroes in Jonathan Kent and Damian Wayne, and as anyone who has spent time ...
  • Artemy
    Consistently entertaining interactions between Damian and Jon mostly make up for an uninspired plot involving a generic villain who does some crazy illogical things. Overall, it's a solid comic from Tomasi that's centered around two characters that he writes best, and I am definitely coming back for...

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