Superman: The Return of Superman - Jurgens, Dan
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As an alien warship approaches Earth, the world still doesn't know which-if any-of the four replacement Supermen is the real Man of Steel. Each has a claim to the title, but two show their true colors when they battle the others for supremacy. Meanwhile, the true Superman - restored by a Kryptonian regeneration matrix - is plotting his return.…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
As an alien warship approaches Earth, the world still doesn't know which-if any-of the four replacement Supermen is the real Man of Steel. Each has a claim to the title, but two show their true colors when they battle the others for supremacy. Meanwhile, the true Superman - restored by a Kryptonian regeneration matrix - is plotting his return.
  • Produktdetails
  • Superman
  • Verlag: DC Comics
  • Seitenzahl: 480
  • Erscheinungstermin: 5. April 2016
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 259mm x 167mm x 22mm
  • Gewicht: 808g
  • ISBN-13: 9781401266622
  • ISBN-10: 1401266622
  • Artikelnr.: 44800497
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 .
Rezensionen
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