Superman: Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow

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Diamond Comics, 2010 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 127 pages
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An unforgettable hardcover collection of WATCHMEN writer Alan Moore's definitive Superman tales that is sure to appeal of readers of his BATMAN: THE KILLING JOKE graphic novel. Moore teams with Curt Swan, the definitive Superman artist from the 1950's through the 1970's, to tell the final adventure of the Man of Steel featuring his last stand against Lex Luthor, Brainiac and his other foes in "WHATEVER HAPPENED TO THE MAN OF TOMORROW?". This volume also includes Moore's classic early collaboration with WATCHMEN illustrator Dave Gibbons, "FOR THE MAN WHO HAS EVERYTHING", in which Batman, Robin and Wonder Woman find Superman held captive by the villain Mongul in the Fortress of Solitude and dreaming of an idyllic life on Krypton courtesy of a wish-fulfilling parasitic plant known as the Black Mercy. Both tales are considered two of the top five all-time best Superman stories among fans.

The rare first team-up adventure between the Man of Tomorrow and Swamp Thing, the character that first brought Moore to notoriety in the United States, is included as an additional bonus.

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A perfect ending to the mythos of the man of steel - Goodreads
This is nigh perfect comic storytelling. - Goodreads
Very clever writing by Alan Moore. - Goodreads

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There is this problem with superhero comics, ever since, the advent of this modern day version of superheroes which is dark and menacing and what not, it has almost become a horse everyone wants to ... Read full review

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User Review  - David Terruso - Goodreads

I loved this book. Alan Moore's treatment of Superman was amazing. His story was funny and complex and very suspenseful, and he really gave Superman a human touch that made everything very effective ... Read full review

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