All Star Superman

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Titan Books Limited, Mar 26, 2010 - Science fiction comic books, strips, etc - 160 pages
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The world's most famous superhero, Superman's adventures protecting Metropolis have thrilled readers worldwide for over sixty years! Now, with his body supercharged to the point of self-destruction, the Man of Steel makes his preparations for the end - including a trip to Kandor, a reunion with lost Kryptonians, an enforced journey to Bizarro World, and a showdown with one of the future Superman's greatest nemeses: Solaris, the Tyrant Sun! But is there hope for the Man of Steel? Only mysterious super-scientist Leo Quintum knows for sure!

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Loved the Frank Quietly artwork!!!!! - Goodreads
I loved the ending, too. - Goodreads
Artwork is good, very colorful. - Goodreads
Which means Grant Morrison is a damn good writer. - Goodreads
Artwork is unobtrusive and beautiful. - Goodreads
I did enjoy the art work. - Goodreads

Review: All-Star Superman, Vol. 1 (All-Star Superman #1)

User Review  - Steven Matview - Goodreads

If I was asked to choose the best superhero book of all time, it would obviously be "Youngblood." youngblood Kidding! No, if I had to pick one comic as the definitive superhero story, “All Star ... Read full review

Review: All-Star Superman, Vol. 2 (All-Star Superman #2)

User Review  - Andrew Couzens - Goodreads

This is probably a more enjoyable read for those intricately familiar with Superman. Usually, with Grant Morrison, I can get into the story and basically just begin to lose track of things towards the ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Grant Morrison has authored too many bestselling graphic novels to count. Batman: Arkham Asylum, Doom Patrol, Animal Farm, Flex Mentallo and the Invisibles are just a few of the books with which Morrison has established himself as one of the modern masters of the medium.

Written by John Wagner, Robbie Morriso

Joe Shuster is co-founder of Minnesota Valley Engineering (MVE), which, under his guidance, became the world's leading manufacturer of high-technology, low-temperature (cryogenic) equipment used in industry, medicine, agriculture, and transportation. MVE designed and manufactured hydrogen equipment, enhanced oil recovery systems, and hydrogen and LNG transportation fuel systems. He is also the founder of Teltech, a National science and engineering consulting firm that produced hundreds of technical dossiers on many technical subjects including gas turbines, photovoltaic manufacturing processes, natural gas purification, fuels cells and many other energy related topics. He has founded or co-founded seven other technology based companies and has served on the Board of Directors of over twenty businesses, organizations, and international firms. He has received numerous professional and civic awards.

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