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World Without a Superman - Karl Kesel, Jerry Ordway, Dan Jurgens
World Without a Superman
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In the ultimate battle, Superman sacrificed his own life in order to defeat the rampaging alien, Doomsday. But now that the planet is saved, the world must deal with the loss of their greatest hero. Superman's closest allies, Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, the Flash, and Green Lantern gather as... show more
In the ultimate battle, Superman sacrificed his own life in order to defeat the rampaging alien, Doomsday. But now that the planet is saved, the world must deal with the loss of their greatest hero. Superman's closest allies, Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, the Flash, and Green Lantern gather as they try to come to terms with the death of their friend. And as Clark Kent's fiancee, Lois Lane, tries to cope with the loss of the man she loved, she discovers that Project Cadmus has stolen Superman's body and it is now up to her and Lex Luthor's girlfriend, Supergirl to stop them from cloning the Man of Steel.
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9781563891182 (1563891182)
Publisher: DC Comics
Pages no: 240
Edition language: English
Series: The Death and Return of Superman (#2)
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The Cranky Old Reader
The Cranky Old Reader rated it
1.0 World Without a Superman
Actively painful and embarrassing to read. This is why comics in the late 1970s and early 1980s sucked. What's scary is that this lame piece of garbage was written in 1993. Was I ever juvenile enough not to cringe at page after page of "plain, everyday Americans" proclaiming (in what I can only imag...
The Cranky Old Reader
The Cranky Old Reader rated it
1.0 World Without a Superman
Actively painful and embarrassing to read. This is why comics in the late 1970s and early 1980s sucked. What's scary is that this lame piece of garbage was written in 1993. Was I ever juvenile enough not to cringe at page after page of "plain, everyday Americans" proclaiming (in what I can only imag...
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