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DC Universe: Last Sons

by Alan Grant
Mar 1, 2010
7 Hours
Ages 13+
Metahumans, aliens, magical entities, or mortals driven by iron wills. Super heroes, renegades, or villains-out for justice, vengeance, or cash. Whether legendary, infamous, or little known, these extraordinary beings are the true champions of the...


Interplanetary bounty hunter Lobo is a notorious maverick. Happily wreaking havoc as he brings in his prey, he cares little who his clients or targets are-even when his latest quarry is J'onn J'onzz, Martian Manhunter of the Justice League. Suddenly Lobo finds himself confronting...Superman.

Cogs in the machinations of a powerful artificial life-form, these three aliens, the sole survivors of the planets Krypton, Mars and Czarnia, have only one thing in common-they are the last of their kind...LAST SONS

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Director & Cast

Director Richard Rohan
Starring Richard Rohan, David Coyne, James Konicek, Thomas Penny, Tim Carlin, Danny Gavigan, Christopher Scheeren, Bruce Alan Rauscher, Margie Tompros, Michael Replogle, Laura Quinn Anderson, Ken Jackson andy Clemence, Scott McCormick, Dylan Lynch, Mort Shelby, Nanette Savard, Joe Brack, Casie Platt, Michael Glenn, Christopher Graybill, Jonathan Watkins, Terence Aselford, Chris Rohan, Yasmin Tuazo and Drew Kopas
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Richard Rohan
Dialogue Editors Nathanial Perry and Chris Rohan
Sound Designers Nathanial Perry and Chris Rohan
Additional Original Music Dan Sondak and David Coyne. "On A Good Day" was written and performed by DCLugi and used with permission.
Cover Illustrator James Jean
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


A little much by William (Posted on 1/7/2019)
This was honestly the first time i listened to one of lobo's stories. I honestly didn't enjoy the character that much. A little over the top and tacky to point of just stupid. A rare miss for graphic audio.
Lobo by Derrick (Posted on 8/31/2018)
This is my first experience with the 'Main Man' and the fact that the person who plays Wolverine voices him is perfect. Great production just like I've come to expect. I'm thankful that Graphic Audio is the one who is introducing me to the DC Universe as the movies have left me wanting, but Graphic Audio has not. Great job!
A must listen for all Lobo fans by William (Posted on 8/21/2018)
While Superman and Martin Manhunter are important characters in this story, this is primarily focused on Lobo. As my first DC Graphic Audio listen after getting the incredible Humble Bundle, I knew I was going to enjoy this. I’ve always enjoyed Lobo. But he’s even better with an excellent mix heavy metal and heroic orchestral cinematic soundtrack to accompany him on this grand adventure. Out of all of the Productions I’ve listened to, this has my favorite soundtrack so far. If you want to have a fun listen, then a ride with the Main Man is where it’s at!
Mostly a Lobo story by ZJ (Posted on 8/20/2018)
This is maybe my least favorite of the DC Comics titles GA has on offer. I don't consider that a dig, because all of them are enjoyable, but more a matter of personal preference. Lobo isn't one of my favorite DC characters and so a story that was mostly about him didn't do as much for me as all the other DC titles have. The story is fun and there are some pretty funny parts, but I was hoping for more of a presence from Superman and Martian Manhunter. The potential interactions between the three different characters could have made this story really good, but it's pretty much a Lobo story that Superman and Martian Manhunter happen to show up in. The story could have made much more use of Martian Manhunter's background as a detective but didn't.

All that said, David Coyn is spot-on as Lobo. James Konicek is perfect as Superman as always and Thomas Penny is very good as Martian Manhunter. Sound design and music are top-notch as always. GA does a good job with the background noise of outer space environments and that is on show here.

Though this isn't my favorite of the DC titles, it's clear that a lot of others really liked it, and I suppose if you're a fan of Lobo, you'll like it a lot too.
Awesome story by Michael (Posted on 12/11/2017)
I love Lobo and this is a great one to listen to. I hope they release more books of Lobo.
Intergalactic Adventure! by Paul (Posted on 8/25/2017)
Enjoyed this audio book! Felt like a space opera and comedic sci-fi adventure rolled into one. Don't be scared off---- the humor is used in appropriate situations and is not what I would call over the top. The marvelous excitement comes from how the three main characters of the story, Superman, J'onn and Lobo, play off each other and their individual ways of dealing with the conflict at hand. .
Unconventional Justice League by Tom (Posted on 4/4/2017)
I love the departure from the conventional Justice League story. Lobo is the bounty hunter you love to hate (or hate to love), and pairing this hard-hitting, no prisoners character with Martian Manhunter and Superman makes for a great story.
LOBO by Rocky (Posted on 11/13/2016)
This one is mostly about Lobo. Nothing wrong with that, but would've been nicer to hear more Superman and Martian Manhunter. Lobo's voice actor did a tremendous performance but Lobo can get annoying at times. Speaking of which, GA needs a Martian Manhunter title!
Review by Bos (Posted on 11/8/2016)
GA is awesome as always however the story was kinda dull.
Bored by Amy (Posted on 9/28/2016)
While I liked Lobo's voice, I was honestly bored.
DC Universe: Last Sons by Dion (Posted on 9/10/2016)
This was an excellent story. The Main Man Lobo stole the story.This is without a doubt one of DC Comics best presentation. The story was really pretty great and with some excellent vocals by the entire crew and great sci fi ambience. Great story 5/5.
LOBO by Kelly (Posted on 11/6/2015)
Lobo makes for a great story and funny through the whole thing.
The lasts sons by garfield (Posted on 10/26/2015)
This was done wonderful and of course the acting was excited to listen to! I'm still waiting for more of lobo! One of my favorite character in the DC comic universe!!!!! And yes the story was done on point and it did take a little time to get there! But once it was put together the story fell right in place! And of course we know that with lobo there never a happy ending!!!
DC UNIVERSE: LAST SONS by MR. MISTRY (Posted on 9/23/2015)
Out of all the Superman staring dramatizations this is the one which stands out in my perception. Believe me when I say that Graphic Audio have actually got into the mind of Lobo and presented his voice, style, charisma and genocidal attitude to life exactly how Lobo would have wanted.

Follow Lobo as he travels the DC Universe in search of beer, babes and bounty as he encounters a collector of Last Sons who has not only Superman & Martian Manhunter on its list but our beloved Lobo as well.

If you are a fan of Lobo I challenge you to buy this dramatization and allow Graphic Audio to literally put Lobo in Your Mind!
for a good laugh by Aaron (Posted on 4/3/2015)
The story is pretty good with some excellent voice work and great sci fi ambience. The one liners and fight scenes with lobo are the showstealer in this story and will leave you laughing audibly. The only problem I have with this story is the main villain seemed like a wasted opportunity as his defeat made him out to be a punk in my mind. That one qualm aside I look forward to listening to this drama again.
Its All About the Main Man! by john w (Posted on 2/24/2015)
I loved it! Now, I admit I am a fan of Lobo - and this is a Lobo story first and foremost. Lobo supporting characters throughout the story. Now- I am a huge Lobo fan, but keep in mind that Superman and Martian Manhunter are more like guest stars- and Lobo - an over the top character of pure violence. I've listened to is at least 3 times all the way through.
dc universe: last sons by Dean (Posted on 2/21/2015)
I like the separate voices and the distinctions within the book to the animations.
Awesome! by john (Posted on 2/17/2015)
Lobo has always ben my second favorite DC Character next to batman and this story nailed it!!!
Funny by Wayne (Posted on 9/22/2014)
This one gets kinda edgy. Lobo is funny and all the stuff about the martian manhunter and superman and him working together is pretty cool. Just once again I don't understand all the other worlds and stuff and it's hard to keep up with it all on an audio story and you don't see the comic.
I love Lobo!! by Jarod (Posted on 7/3/2014)
One of my more listened too audios. The style is great, funny, and we'll timed. Lobo's voice actor really captured the Main Man's essence. Each character was distinct no matter how obscure or minor. I demand more Lobo stories.
Like Justice League all over again! by Rhys (Posted on 6/1/2014)
This is just great. Lobo makes a stunning debut when the "Main Man" leads the show and steals it. Without telling too much of the story, it is very much reminiscent of a story on the cancelled Justice League cartoon series-- very much more realised and consistent. Great job here.
More of a Lobo Story - Tongue in Cheek but Fun Galactic Mayhem! by James (Posted on 1/10/2014)
It was interesting listening to this at about the same time as Wayne of Gotham because those two stories are so totally different from each other in style! I think the important thing to say about this story is that it's a Lobo piece above all - Superman and Martian Manhunter is really only along for the ride. I had to admit going into this story not knowing all that much about Lobo but he's actually a really fun character, and the book firmly keeps his anti-heroic flagging main man side there, so if you love Lobo you will love this story. There's a range of intergalactic criminal types who are in his way and... well, you can guess the rest.

I think the main issue with this story might be the balance of character. You have Superman and Martian Manhunter, the latter of which I initially picked this up for as he's always been one of my favourite overlooked Justice Leaguers. Indeed of him and Kal, John Jonzz actually comes out the best as they make good usage of his powers and backstory, together with a nice if sadly brief glance at his detective background. Superman suffers here simply from not having all that much to do outside flying about Space and punching stuff. The last sixth of the story also practically removes both of these two from the table, so by the last part it's pretty much a solo Lobo piece again.

There's the villains as well, and Last Sons has a range of them. The Alpha is the main threat for a fair part of the story, and the trouble lies in the fact he's a touch generic for a villain - kill everybody and start over - and it seems his appearance is the only factor which suits bringing Kal and John into the story. The bounty hunters are far more interesting villains and rivals for Lobo, especially Snake Eyes' crew, and there's also an suitably amusing love interest for Lobo in Darlene the beautiful if ditsy alien bargirl.

But yes, it's Lobo who makes this story fun, so if you wanna pick it up it's definitely for him.
Ofelia by ofelia (Posted on 11/13/2013)
I'm a big DC Comics fan and love listening to audio books. When I first discovered GraphicAudio and noticed that there was a DC section I was so excited I immediately purchased Last Sons and was blown away from the beginning to the end. The actors, the music, and just the story itself is awesome. The sound quality is amazing, especially through the mobile app. I will be adding the Infinite Crisis novels to my library.
Nicely done by frank (Posted on 10/16/2013)
Good story kept me in entertained from start to finish
this book was wonderful by rick (Posted on 8/29/2013)
this book was wonderful the person that played lobo did very well i mean i could actually see the guy sounding like that and the sound effects were above and beyond my expectations good work graphic audio
Great movie in your mind by Brian (Posted on 8/29/2013)
Three unlikely hero's team up. great book
just the best by john (Posted on 8/27/2013)
This is without a doubt the best dc comics presentation. Lobo is just fantastic, the story is full of comedy and action, you get caught up in the story and just cant shut it off.
Review by brenton mcgehee (Posted on 5/23/2013)
these are just fantastic!!!! I'm a comic geek and I approve these performances! :)

They voices and special effects are the best out there. I have yet to be disappointed by any of the DC titles!
Review by Jeffery Noesser (Posted on 5/23/2013)
Two Words: DAY AM! This was an Excellent audiobook, even by Graphic Audio standards, which are above all the rest already. Fast pace, excellent acting and overall production. Lobo was portrayed perfectly. I have listened to about 10 Graphic Audio books and this may be my favorite. It's definitely in the top three.
Review by darrell parker (Posted on 5/23/2013)
This was an excellent story. I've listened to it twice while at work.

Graphic Audio does a great job on these. The story really draws you in.

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