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Comic books in 'Superman Brainiac 13'

  • Issue #1
    Superman Y2K (2000) 1

    WRITTEN BY JOE KELLY; ART BY BUTCH GUICE AND KEVIN CONRAD In stores December 29. While a new Gotham City rises from the ashes of "No Man's Land," the city Superman calls home also is reinvented just in time for the year 2000 in SUPERMAN Y2K, an 80-page one- shot that changes the look and feel of Metropolis with dramatic repercussions for the future of all the Superman monthly titles. Written by Joe Kelly (ACTION COMICS, Deadpool) with pencils by Butch Guice (RESURRECTION MAN, LEGENDS OF THE DC UNIVERSE) and inks by Guice on present-day scenes and Kevin Conrad (Kiss: Psycho Circus) on flashback sequences, SUPERMAN Y2K begins simply enough with Ma and Pa Kent wanting to spend New Year's Eve with Clark and Lois. By the end, the Earth goes black at the stroke of midnight, and it's up to Superman, Green Lantern, the Martian Manhunter, and other members of the JLA racing to save the world from destruction. And when the lights come up, Metropolis is not the same city it was just minutes earlier. At the heart of it is Lex Luthor ? whose role throughout Metropolis's history is revealed in shocking detail ? and Brainiac 2.5, who have ushered a futuristic evil into the modern world, an evil neither villain can control. Now the mechanized lifeforms of the DCU are also under this strange menace's control, and to re-enter Metropolis, Superman will have to go through THE TITANS' Cyborg, YOUNG JUSTICE's Red Tornado, the JSA's Hourman, the Metal Men, and more!

  • Issue #154
    Superman (1987 2nd Series) 154

    WRITTEN BY JEPH LOEB; ART BY ED MCGUINNESS AND CAM SMITH; COVER BY MCGUINNESS AND JOHN DELL Ed McGuinness comes onboard as new penciler as the Brainiac 13 saga (which began in SUPERMAN Y2K) continues! As Metropolis morphs into a futuristic city capable of containing the new Brainiac (represented in an extraordinary CGI creation), Superman must cope with all the threats that come with his revamped stomping grounds, including a brand-new Metallo that towers over the city. Even with the help of the Metal Men, the Last Son of Krypton is outgunned. Meanwhile, Luthor finds salvation in the form of his daughter. Plus, the most unexpected return of all! FC, 32 PG." Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #576
    Adventures of Superman (1987) 576

    WRITTEN BY STUART IMMONEN AND MARK MILLAR; ART AND COVER BY IMMONEN AND JOSÉ MARZAN, JR. Continuing the Brainiac 13 storyline. New Metropolis has risen, but has a new Superman as well? Or is it one we've seen before? The battle heats up as Luthor, Mercy and Hope fight alongside the old Brainiac in hopes of finding Brainiac 13's weakness while the world teeters on the brink of doom! FC, 32 PG." Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #98
    Superman The Man of Steel (1991) 98

    WRITTEN BY MARK SCHULTZ. ART AND COVER BY DOUG MAHNKE AND TOM NGUYEN. The Brainiac 13 contamination is spreading throughout the world, but meets with resistance from what's left of Superman's Fortress of Solitude in the Arctic. The surviving Kryptonian technology wants to take control of the Brainiac 13 virus in its own bid to conquer the Earth, and Superman and the human Eradicator are caught in the middle of the apocalyptic showdown. It will take the ultimate sacrifice to stop the war of the machines! FC, 32 PG." Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #763
    Action Comics (1938 DC) 763

    WRITTEN BY JOE KELLY; ART BY GERMAN GARCIA AND JOE RUBINSTEIN; COVER BY GARCIA AND JAIME MENDOZA. The grande finale to the Brainiac 13 storyline! There is no way that Superman can stop Brainiac 13 on his own. The only one with a weapon capable of stopping the cyber villain is...Lex Luthor! Can the Man of Steel trust his greatest enemy? And what shocking personal price must Luthor pay to win the battle? Full Color, 32 pages. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #762
    Action Comics (1938 DC) 762

    WRITTEN BY JOE KELLY; ART BY GERMAN GARCIA AND JOE RUBINSTEIN; COVER BY HUMBERTO RAMOS AND WAYNE FAUCHER Superman has survived many threats, but will last-minute holiday shopping be his undoing? When the Demon Etrigan (last seen in DAY OF JUDGMENT) poses as Santa Claus, he unleashes everyone's true Christmas spirit, including Lois Lane's, which includes a surprising secret that gains form as a mini-Lex! Full Color, 32 pages. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #97
    Superman The Man of Steel (1991) 97

    WRITTEN BY MARK SCHULTZ. ART BY DOUG MAHNKE AND TOM NGUYEN. COVER BY BRYAN HITCH AND PAUL NEARY. Leading into the New Year's Eve countdown to midnight, the JLA's Steel recalls an attack on Stryker's Island by the Eradicator. With inmates running for their lives can even Steel and Superman hope to stop them all, and can anything bring Eradicator to his senses before next month's crucial Y2K/transformed Metropolis storyline? Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #575
    Adventures of Superman (1987) 575

    WRITTEN BY STUART IMMONEN AND MARK MILLAR; ART BY YANICK PAQUETTE; COVER BY LEE BERMEJO AND JIM ROYAL. Will Luthor die before the fat lady sings? It's a night at the opera for Mr. and Mrs. Clark Kent, but our hero's superheroic duties may ruin the evening for the couple. That is if an assasination attempt on Lex Luthor's life doesn't first! FC, 32 PG." Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #153
    Superman (1987 2nd Series) 153

    First appearance of Imperex. WRITTEN BY JEPH LOEB; ART BY MIKE MCKONE AND MARLO ALQUIZA; COVER BY IAN CHURCHILL AND NORM RAPMUND Done with his lethal training at the side of young Mongul, Superman and the junior villain head into the depths of space to confront Imperiex. This enigmatic being is powerful enough to live in a black hole and all too ready to turn the Earth into one! Will Superman's new battle skills be enough to stop Imperiex? And can the Man of Steel trust his new ally? FC, 32 PG." Cover price $1.99.