The Death of Superman

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Dan Jurgens
DC Comics, 1993 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 168 pages
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Written by various; Art by various The story that drew national media attention when DC Comics killed their greatest hero is collected here. When a hulking monster emerges from an underground resting place and begins a mindless rampage, the Justice League is quickly called in to stop the colossal force of nature. But it soon becomes apparent that only Superman can stand against the monstrosity that has been nicknamed Doomsday. Battling their way throughout America, the two fight to a standstill as they reach the heart of Metropolis. Going punch for punch, Superman finally ends the threat of Doomsday as he throws one last punch and collapses forever.

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User Review  - regularguy5mb - LibraryThing

This was such a defining moment in comics, the Death of Superman. The character that could supposedly live forever due to his alien metabolism was going to die. It was a huge deal. We all wondered how ... Read full review

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User Review  - lithicbee - LibraryThing

Doomsday. The villain that exists with no past and no future, apparently arriving on the scene for one purpose, to create a believable way for Superman to die. Okay, two purposes: to sell a collector ... Read full review


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