Superman: Doomsday - Jurgens, Dan
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Superman travels to the nightmare world of Apokolips for a confrontation with Doomsday, the creature who cost the Man of Steel his life. With the help of Waverider, Superman at last discovers the shocking truth of his greatest enemy's origin. And just when he thinks the terror is finally over, the murderous juggernaut returns to Earth...…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
Superman travels to the nightmare world of Apokolips for a confrontation with Doomsday, the creature who cost the Man of Steel his life. With the help of Waverider, Superman at last discovers the shocking truth of his greatest enemy's origin. And just when he thinks the terror is finally over, the murderous juggernaut returns to Earth...
  • Produktdetails
  • Superman
  • Verlag: DC Comics
  • Seitenzahl: 344
  • Erscheinungstermin: 5. April 2016
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 259mm x 167mm x 20mm
  • Gewicht: 586g
  • ISBN-13: 9781401266660
  • ISBN-10: 1401266665
  • Artikelnr.: 44799023
Autorenporträt
Dan Jurgens is a writer and artist most famous for creating Booster Gold, as well as for being one of the main forces behind "The Death of Superman." He has written and/or illustrated titles such as Justice League America, Captain America, The Sensational Spider-Man, Thor, Teen Titans, Aquaman, DC's Tangent imprint, and the company-wide DC crossover known as Zero Hour.
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Praise for THE DEATH OF SUPERMAN: "The tragedy proved to be a massive hit, receiving significant national news coverage and selling millions upon millions of copies. Spanning several different Superman titles, the arc was a blockbuster in every sense of the word... the final fight between Superman and Doomsday is a knock-out brawl for the ages."--PASTE MAGAZINE "An epic and carefully constructed narrative."--BLOODY DISGUSTING "Both in the universe and outside of it, DC toyed with the idea of a culture that had come to take the Man of Steel for granted. This was a time when heroes were getting darker and more extreme in their methods, and the style of the era didn't seem to allow for a character like Superman to keep his relevance. By removing Superman from the equation, we - and the characters in the DCU - learned how important Superman was as an icon, and his return was all the more impactful. This storyline brought the real and fictional universes together in a stirring realization of just how much Superman means to our culture."--IGN