The Death and Life of Superman
Barnes & Noble, 2004 - Extraterrestrial anthropology - 421 pages
On November 18, 1992, news of Superman's death shocked the world as the legendary Man of Steel was killed defending Metropolis from the monster called Doomsday. Here at last is the dramatic stroy behind the best-selling comic book of all time: the fates of Clark Kent, Lois Lane, Ma and Pa Kent, the Justice League, and the reign of the four superbeings who mysteriously appeared after Superman's funeral, each claiming to be the real Last Son of Krypton. And finally, here is the complete, incredible story of Superman's triumphant return! In this thrilling novel, Roger Stern (a veteran writer of Superman in Action Comics) chronicles the most amazing comeback in comic book history - told with more gripping detail and background than ever before.
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