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Comic books in 'Superman 1999 Weekly Reading Order'

  • Issue #750
    Action Comics (1938 DC) 750

    Cover art by Stuart Immonen and Jose Marzan, Jr. Confidence Job starring Superman, script by Stuart Immonen, pencils by Stuart Immonen and Randy DuBurke, inks by José Marzan, Jr.; to bring peace to Metropolis, Superman must stop Crazytop. 36 pgs. $1.99. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #85
    Superman The Man of Steel (1991) 85

    Creative Differences - Written by Jon Bogdanove. Art and Cover by Jon Bogdanove & Dennis Janke. It's a maniacal monster party when Simyan and Mokkari -- two of Darkseid's most diabolical minions -- are hired by Morgan Edge! His plan: To have the duo create a creature factory in the WGBS sub-basement...a factory that Edge hopes will create a rival for Superman! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #12
    Superman The Man of Tomorrow (1995) 12

    Cover pencils by Paul Ryan, inks by Dennis Janke. "Need to Know," script by Louise Simonson, pencils by Paul Ryan, inks by Joe Rubinstein; A being of living lightning plunges all of Metropolis into a world of darkness!; With the power out, how can Lois—and the Daily Planet's replacement, Lexcom—stay in business?; And how will Superman and the Metropolis Special Crimes Unit,led by Maggie Sawyer—keep the city from falling apart in the darkness? 39 pgs., full color. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #141
    Superman (1987 2nd Series) 141

    1st appearance of Outburst. "Introducing Outburst!" Part 1 of 2. Story by Dan Jurgens. Art by Scot Eaton and Joe Rubinstein. Meet the new hero in Metropolis - Outburst. And his identity is a pleasant surprise (here's a hint: Superman saved his family from Doomsday back in Superman (1987- ) #74). Story continues in Adventures of Superman (1939-2006) #564. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #564
    Adventures of Superman (1987) 564

    Cover pencils by Tom Grummett, inks by Denis Rodier. Visions of Death, script by Karl Kesel (plot) and Jerry Ordway (dialogue), pencils by Tom Grummett (layouts) and Denis Rodier (finishes), inks by Denis Rodier; Clark Kent has had a dream of a nuclear nightmare: a massive meltdown in Markovia; Now, the disaster he imagined has come to pass! Story continues in Action Comics #751. 40 pgs. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #751
    Action Comics (1938 DC) 751

    Cover art by Stuart Immonen and Jose Marzan, Jr. Sixes and Sevens starring Superman, Geo-Force, Lois Lane, Lucy Lane, Jimmy Olsen, Simone DeNiege, Dirk Armstrong, Ashbury Armstrong, Ron Troupe, Franklin Stern, Kelex, Lex Luthor, Agent Dutton, Agent Peck, Kaleb, Ernie Shadbolt, and Inspector Maggie Sawyer, script and pencils by Stuart Immonen, inks by José Marzan, Jr. 36 pgs. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #86
    Superman The Man of Steel (1991) 86

    On the Job! - Written by Louise Simonson. Art and Cover by Scot Eaton & Dennis Janke. Superman's dreams of disasters keep coming true! As the Man of Steel stretches his powers to the limit to save lives around the globe, he begins to fear that there's no time for the private life he so deeply treasures. Can he keep up the pace as he fights terrorists, mudslides and more? And what is the source of his prophetic dreams? 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #142
    Superman (1987 2nd Series) 142

    "Clark Kent No More!" Humorous cameos by Blue Beetle, Booster Gold, Elongated Man, and Captain Atom. Story by Dan Jurgens. Art by Georges Jeanty and Joe Rubinstein. Superman makes a big decision that could change his life forever. When an entire world needs saving, there's no room in his life for Clark Kent. Plus, Outburst makes the scene. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #565
    Adventures of Superman (1987) 565

    Cover pencils by Tom Grummett, inks by Denis Rodier. The World Is My Backyard, script by Karl Kesel (plot) and Jerry Ordway (dialogue), pencils by Tom Grummett, inks by Denis Rodier; Superman's JLA colleagues guest in an action-packed issue! Now on-call full-time, the Man of Steel liberates an entire country (and that's just on page one!), faces Captains Cold and Boomerang, evades Lexcom and the D.E.O., has a chat with the Metropolis Special Crimes Unit, and that's just the beginning! From receiving some crisis intervention from the JLA to inspiring a group that will someday be known as the Supermen of America, the big red "S" has never been busier! 36 pgs. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #1A
    Supermen of America (1999) 1A

    Comes with membership kit. $4.95 cover priced edition. Superman's non-stop battle against injustice has an unexpected effect in this extra-sized special! Who ARE the Supermen of America? A group of some of the most cynical, jaded youths to ever slack off in Metropolis, who have become so inspired by the Man of Steel's efforts that they have united to follow his example, fighting crime, organizing other Metropolis youths into roving patrols and protecting the city from the ravages of crime. But there's another factor in their decision to take to the streets, a shocking crime that strikes at the very hearts of these otherwise disaffected and disenfranchised young people. Written by Stuart Immonen. Art by Norm Breyfogle, Sean Phillips, Humberto Ramos, Chuck Wojtkiewicz, Ron Lim, Ethan Van Sciver and various. Cover by Dave Gibbons. FC, 64 pg. Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #1B
    Supermen of America (1999) 1B

    Newsstand edition. Does not come with membership kit. $3.95 cover price. Superman's non-stop battle against injustice has an unexpected effect in this extra-sized special! Who ARE the Supermen of America? A group of some of the most cynical, jaded youths to ever slack off in Metropolis, who have become so inspired by the Man of Steel's efforts that they have united to follow his example, fighting crime, organizing other Metropolis youths into roving patrols and protecting the city from the ravages of crime. But there's another factor in their decision to take to the streets, a shocking crime that strikes at the very hearts of these otherwise disaffected and disenfranchised young people. Written by Stuart Immonen. Art by Norm Breyfogle, Sean Phillips, Humberto Ramos, Chuck Wojtkiewicz, Ron Lim, Ethan Van Sciver and various. Cover by Dave Gibbons. FC, 64 pg. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #752
    Action Comics (1938 DC) 752

    Cover art by Stuart Immonen and Jose Marzan. Script and pencils by Stuart Immonen. Inks by José Marzan, Jr. Superman: Have You Forsaken Metropolis? Lois Lane investigates the trouble-making Supermen of America. Bob Kane: 1915-1998 obituary. 36 pgs. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #87
    Superman The Man of Steel (1991) 87

    The Iron Hand of Kindness - Written by Mark Schultz. Art and Cover by Doug Mahnke & Dennis Janke. Superman says a last goodbye to his life as Clark Kent. Superman joins Lois and Ma and Pa Kent on the family farm in Smallville for a final family dinner before he closes the book on his Clark Kent identity. Abandoning a personal life he feels is simply too selfish to maintain, the Man of Steel attempts to get the rest of "Team Superman" -- guest stars Steel, Superboy and Supergirl -- to join him in his 24/7 vigil. 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #143
    Superman (1987 2nd Series) 143

    "Shattered Illusions!" Story by Dan Jurgens. Art by Steve Epting and Joe Rubinstein. Superman enters the arena of world politics and brings a malevolent dictator to his knees. Superman is taking a more active role in the world than ever before. And Lois is not happy about it. Story continues in Adventures of Superman (1939-2006) #566. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #566
    Adventures of Superman (1987) 566

    Cover pencils by Tom Grummett, inks by Denis Rodier. "...And Lose His Soul (Table of Contents), script by Karl Kesel (plot) and Jerry Ordway (dialogue), pencils by Tom Grummett, inks by Denis Rodier; Superman launches an unprecedented attack on Lex Luthor!; With Superman robots hovering over every corner of the globe, the Man of Steel is master of all he surveys...except for Lexcorp; Now Superman faces Luthor head-on in midtown Metropolis. Story continues in Action Comics #753. Bob Kane: 1915-1998 obituary by Jenette Kahn. 36 pgs. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #753
    Action Comics (1938 DC) 753

    Cover pencils by Stuart Immonen, inks by José Marzan, Jr. "A Law Unto Himself," script by Stuart Immonen (Plot) and Mark Millar, pencils by Stuart Immonen, inks by José Marzan, Jr.; The JLA and the military declare war on Superman; starring Batman, Wonder Woman, The Flash (Wally West), Orion, Green Lantern (Kyle Rayner), Martian Manhunter, Big Barda, Superboy (Kon-El), Supergirl (Matrix), and Steel (John Henry Irons). 36 pgs., full color. $1.99. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #13
    Superman The Man of Tomorrow (1995) 13

    Cover pencils by Paul Ryan, inks by Dennis Janke. "Madness!", script by Louise Simonson, pencils by Paul Ryan, inks by Dennis Janke; It's the JLA versus the Man of Tomorrow!; With an army of Superman robots at their master's side, the odds look pretty bad for the JLA; But don't tell that to Orion, who goes one-on-one with the Last Son of Krypton in a truly remarkable slugfest. 39 pgs., full color. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #88
    Superman The Man of Steel (1991) 88

    A Kiss Before Dying - Written by Mark Schultz. Art and Cover by Doug Mahnke & Dennis Janke. Superman at last gets some insight into why he's gone overboard, as his obsession with establishing global order attracts the attention of entities with power even greater than his own! But can they pierce the fog that the Man of Steel has surrounded himself with? And what will Superman do when he realizes what he has become? 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #144
    Superman (1987 2nd Series) 144

    "Up in Smoke!" Story by Dan Jurgens. Art by Steve Epting and Joe Rubinstein. Superman had decided to take a more active role in saving the world from itself (see Superman (1987 - ) #142), and even went to the point to unleash an army of robotic dopplegangers to be places where he could not. Has the Man of Steel gone too far? Or is there something far more sinister at work here? Story continues in Adventures of Superman (1939-2006) #567. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #567
    Adventures of Superman (1987) 567

    Cover pencils by Tom Grummett, inks by Denis Rodier. The Pathway to Oblivion, script by Karl Kesel (plot) and Jerry Ordway (dialogue), pencils by Paul Ryan (layouts) and Denis Rodier (finishes), inks by Denis Rodier; In the rubble of Superman's Arctic fortress, the fate of the world hangs in the balance!; Superman must make a fateful choice, but the rubble that surrounds him is comprised primarily of kryptonite!; What can help Superman now?; And who is the villain who rises to take control of Earth in Superman's absence? Story continued from Superman #144 and continues in Action Comics #754. 36 pgs. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #754
    Action Comics (1938 DC) 754

    Cover pencils by Stuart Immonen, inks by Jose Marzan, Jr. "The Aimless Blade of Science," script by Stuart Immonen (plot) and Mark Millar (script), pencils by Stuart Immonen, inks by Jose Marzan, Jr.; Superman is trapped in the Phantom Zone with other members of Dominus' race. Story continues in Superman: The Man of Steel #89. 36 pgs., full color. $1.99. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #89
    Superman The Man of Steel (1991) 89

    Prelude to a Coronation - Written by Mark Schultz. Art and Cover by Doug Mahnke & Tom Nguyen. Superman has journeyed back through the dimensions, returning to Earth from the Phantom Zone. Now he faces Dominus for what he hopes will be the last time. But the battle raises as many questions as it answers, setting the stage for the following week's Superman King of the World (1999) #1. 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #1
    Superman King of the World (1999) 1

    This is the direct edition with gold foil on the cover and a $4.95 cover price. Cover art by Walt Simonson. Untitled story, script by Karl Kesel, pencils by Doug Braithwaite, inks by Joe Rubinstein; After Superman battles Dominus, he seemingly emerges victorious; However, he claims that Dominus has gotten away, and requests the cooperation of all world nations to help track him down; Soon, he is patrolling the world with the help of other superheroes and Superman Robots, and little by little starts taking over the world; His friends start to grow suspicious of him, to the point where Lois Lane teams up with Lex Luthor to infiltrate his new tower to find out what's going on. Continued from Superman: The Man of Steel #89. One shot, 64 pgs., full color. Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #1N
    Superman King of the World (1999) 1N

    This is the newsstand edition with a $3.95 cover price and does not have gold foil on the cover. Cover art by Walt Simonson. Untitled story, script by Karl Kesel, pencils by Doug Braithwaite, inks by Joe Rubinstein; After Superman battles Dominus, he seemingly emerges victorious; However, he claims that Dominus has gotten away, and requests the cooperation of all world nations to help track him down; Soon, he is patrolling the world with the help of other superheroes and Superman Robots, and little by little starts taking over the world; His friends start to grow suspicious of him, to the point where Lois Lane teams up with Lex Luthor to infiltrate his new tower to find out what's going on. Continued from Superman: The Man of Steel #89. One shot, 64 pgs., full color. Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #145
    Superman (1987 2nd Series) 145

    "Public Hearing!" Story by Dan Jurgens. Art by Steve Epting and Joe Rubinstein. We've seen the Man of Steel read and often answer letters before (see Superman (1987- ) #64 and 109) but how does he handle hate mail? Find out in this decidedly different adventure of Superman. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #568
    Adventures of Superman (1987) 568

    Cover pencils by Tom Grummett, inks by Denis Rodier. Lookin' Good, script by Louise Simonson, pencils by Tom Morga, inks by Denis Rodier; Superman continues to work overtime trying to make up for his wrong doings because of Dominus; Lex Luthor breaks Metallo's head out of Stryker's and sets up an interview with Superman to happen while Metallo is set loose at the airport; Lois figures out Lex's plan and Superman skips the interview to stop Metallo. Story continued from Superman #145 and in Action Comics #755. 36 pgs. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #755
    Action Comics (1938 DC) 755

    Necropolis - Written by Stuart Immonen and Mark Millar. Art by Shawn Martinbrough and José Marzán, Jr. Cover by Stuart Immonen and José Marzán, Jr. The dream that haunted Superman all along comes to pass, turning Metropolis into Necropolis, City of the Dead! Characters in this issue: Superman [Clark Kent]; Lois Lane; Lucy Lane; Ron Troupe; Lex Luthor; Agent Dutton; Agent Peck; Mr. Damon; Olivia. 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #90
    Superman The Man of Steel (1991) 90

    A Girl and Her Robot - Written by Mark Schultz. Art by Mike Collins & Tom Nguyen. Cover by Doug Mahnke & Tom Nguyen. Superman assigned one of his robots to the sole purpose of protecting Lois Lane. Its prime directive: To take care of her and never leave her side. But when Superman decides to deactivate the robot, he discovers that he built this particular robot a little too well, and it's not going to give up its responsibilities without a fight! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #146
    Superman (1987 2nd Series) 146

    "Rough Day at the Office!" Story by Dan Jurgens. Art by Dan Jurgens and Joe Rubinstein. The Toyman, an oft silly opponent, had suddenly turned darker and became far more dangerous to others an himself (see Superman (1987- ) #84-85 where he murdered Cat Grant's son). The Last Son of Krypton attempts one of his most difficult challenges. Can the Toyman be rehabilitated? Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #569
    Adventures of Superman (1987) 569

    Power - Written by Louise Simonson. Art by Tom Morgan & Denis Rodier. Cover by Tom Grummett & Denis Rodier. The Metropolis Special Crimes Unit wants you! Maggie Sawyer and Dan "Terrible" Turpin are looking for some super-powered recruits for the S.C.U. Unfortunately, the metahuman candidates are arrogant, incompetent or both! Are any of them any good? And if Superman ever loses control again, how will the S.C.U. protect Metropolis without super-powered members? 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #14
    Superman The Man of Tomorrow (1995) 14

    WRITTEN BY LOUISE SIMONSON. ART AND COVER BY PAUL RYAN AND DENNIS JANKE. It's the return of Riot, the super-villain who can multiply himself over and over again (he's his own fan club)! In this special issue, Superman puts an end to the villain's career...permanently! FC, 32 PG. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #756
    Action Comics (1938 DC) 756

    WRITTEN BY JOHN ROZUM; ART BY VINCE GIARRANO; COVER BY STUART IMMONEN AND JOSÉ MARZAN, JR. A villain from the past stages a "Comeback" for one big score in Metropolis...and discovers that five even worse malefactors are already hard at work carving up the town! Will he make it an even half-dozen and finally get a shot at the Man of Steel? Full Color, 32 pages. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #91
    Superman The Man of Steel (1991) 91

    WRITTEN BY JOHN ROZUM AND MARK SCHULTZ. ART BY CHARLIE ADLARD, DOUG MAHNKE AND TOM NGUYEN. COVER BY MAHNKE AND NGUYEN. A sequence written by Mark Schultz ? with art by Doug Mahnke and Tom Nguyen ? frames the oddest Superman story of the year! Over the course of his career, Superman has managed to trail, trace and track down countless fearsome foes and bring them to justice. But this story is about a guy who thinks the Man of Steel is after him and is sure that Superman is ruining his life at every turn! Is the hapless con imagining things? Or is our hero truly his "Nemesis"? FC, 32 PG. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #147
    Superman (1987 2nd Series) 147

    The One Man JLA! Part 1 of 4. "Secret Origins: The Knight!" Story by Ron Marz. Art by Tom Grindberg and Bill Anderson. Ever wonder what the DC Universe would be like if Krypton hadn't exploded? Maybe Kal-el would have become the greatest Green Lantern of all time? Find out in this Elseworlds-style epic where a super-villain attempts to find out what makes the Man of Steel a Superman. Story continues in Adventures of Superman (1939-2006) #570. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #570
    Adventures of Superman (1987) 570

    WRITTEN BY RON MARZ AND TOM PEYER. ART BY TOM GRINDBERG AND TOM PALMER. COVER BY WALTER SIMONSON. The JLA guest-stars in "Superman's Strangest Adventure" Part 2 of an unreal 4-part story! The League continues to search for Superman, unaware that the Man of Steel believes himself to be on the planet Rann, where he believes himself to be the omniscient, omnipresent Overseer of the entire world! But what does Rann's greatest hero, Adam Strange, think about this newcomer to the neighborhood? FC, 32 PG. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #757
    Action Comics (1938 DC) 757

    WRITTEN BY TOM PEYER; ART BY TOM GRINDBERG AND BILL ANDERSON; COVER BY WALTER SIMONSON In "Superman's Strangest Adventure" part 4 of 4, the planet Krypton faces its catastrophic end, but scientist Jor-El doesn't send his infant son to Earth! Instead, it's the Hawkworld known as Thanagar that becomes home to the Last Son of Krypton, who earns his wings in a swashbuckling space saga. But what's going on here? Full Color, 32 pages. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #92
    Superman The Man of Steel (1991) 92

    WRITTEN BY TOM PEYER. ART BY TOM GRINDBERG AND TOM PALMER. COVER BY WALTER SIMONSON. "Superman's Strangest Adventure" the strange saga of Superman's "secret origins" concludes with part 4! Why has Superman been convinced that he is a super-hero on Oa, Rann, Thanagar, and now Mars? What strange being holds Superman in his thrall...and is ready to confront the JLA as well? The secrets behind the origins are revealed here! FC, 32 PG. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #148
    Superman (1987 2nd Series) 148

    "Champions!" Story by Dan Jurgens. Art by Steve Epting and Joe Rubinstein. Superman has his hands full on a far off world with tree super-powered aliens. Plus, when Lois finds out the name of Lana Lang's baby, Clark may have some explaining to do. NOTE: 1st Post-Crisis appearance of Vartox. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #571
    Adventures of Superman (1987) 571

    Written by Louise Simonson; art by Mike Collins and Denis Rodier; cover by Paul Ryan and Rodier In stores August 4. What happens when the villainous Atomic Skull learns that there's a movie taking liberties with his life ? and it's being filmed on the streets of Metropolis? Will on-set sabotage be just the beginning? Can Superman get the explosive situation under control before all Metropolis pays the price? FC, 32 pg. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #758
    Action Comics (1938 DC) 758

    Written by Stuart Immonen and Mark Millar; art and cover by Immonen and Jose Marzan, Jr. A genius weapons designer comes to the aid of Boss Moxie, creating an unbelieveable menace for the Man of Steel! Moxie's suffering from a severe lack of firepower, so he calls on Frank Sixty, a criminal scientist who's fallen on hard times. What do they come up with for Metropolis's champion? Would you believe a 50-foot robot lobster? Full Color, 32 pages. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #93
    Superman The Man of Steel (1991) 93

    The Sea Beast of Metropolis! - Written by Mark Schultz. Art and Cover by Doug Mahnke & Tom Nguyen. Terror and treasure await...below! Think this month's Action Comics (1938 DC) #758 has a cool monster? You ain't seen nothing yet! This issue's bizarre amphibian goes up against Superman in a big, big way, holding two young hostages to keep our hero at bay. 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #149
    Superman (1987 2nd Series) 149

    "Strange Visitor!" Part 1 of 4. Story by Rand and Ron Frenz. Art by Ron Frenz and Sal Buscema. Who is this strange woman who possess powers like Superman's - powers like when he was electric-blue Superman that is? And what is her connection to someone very close to the Man of Steel? Story continues in Adventures of Superman (1939-2006) #572. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #572
    Adventures of Superman (1987) 572

    WRITTEN BY RANDALL FRENZ AND RON FRENZ; ART AND COVER BY RON FRENZ AND SAL BUSCEMA Superman battles side-by-side a mysterious new super-heroine in Part 2 of the 4-part "Strange Visitor!" Wearing the Man of Steel's "electric blue" costume, Strange Visitor has won our hero's trust by saving a woman's life. Now the heroic duo faces a threat from that woman's husband, a super-powered gangster who imagines himself to be the new god of war! FC, 32 PG." Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #759
    Action Comics (1938 DC) 759

    WRITTEN BY RANDALL FRENZ AND RON FRENZ; ART AND COVER BY RON FRENZ AND SAL BUSCEMA DC's newest heroine loses control of her powers in Part 3 of "Strange Visitor!" With her electromagnetism gone haywire, even Superman can't save her, unless he finds the one man who can help her back to a normal life. But if Superman gets his help, the Man of Steel will immediately regret it! Full Color, 32 pages. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #94
    Superman The Man of Steel (1991) 94

    Who is Strange Visitor? Chapter 4: Why? - Written by Ron Frenz & Randall Frenz. Art and Cover by Ron Frenz & Sal Buscema. Continued from Action Comics (1938 DC) #759. STRANGE VISITOR concludes as DC's newest heroine faces a fateful choice: Will she return to the small-town life she left behind, or face an unknown future in Metropolis? And what option is Superman rooting for? 32 pages, full color. Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #150B
    Superman (1987 2nd Series) 150B

    Last issue for Jurgens - Special Extra-Sized 150th issue - Holographic-foil enhanced cover. "Earth's Final Hour!" Story by Dan Jurgens. Art by Steve Epting and Joe Rubinstein. With a title like "Earth's Final Hour" it can only mean one thing - Brainiac is back and he's deadlier than ever! And as if that weren't bad enough, Vartox, Vestion, and Paz (1st seen in Superman (1987- ) #148) arrive on Earth and they aren't on the side of angels. 48 pages Cover price $3.95.

  • Issue #150A
    Superman (1987 2nd Series) 150A

    Last issue for Jurgens - Special Extra-Sized 150th issue - White background cover. "Earth's Final Hour!" Story by Dan Jurgens. Art by Steve Epting and Joe Rubinstein. With a title like "Earth's Final Hour" it can only mean one thing - Brainiac is back and he's deadlier than ever! And as if that weren't bad enough, Vartox, Vestion, and Paz (1st seen in Superman (1987- ) #148) arrive on Earth and they aren't on the side of angels. 48 pages Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #15
    Superman The Man of Tomorrow (1995) 15

    Final issue. WRITTEN BY J.M. DEMATTEIS. ART BY PAUL RYAN SOOK AND JEFF GAN. COVER BY SOOK In an extra-sized final issue, Superman must save Lois's soul from the depths of hell in the face of DAY OF JUDGMENT! In "The Heart of Hell," Silver Banshee has taken Lois Lane's soul deep into the bowels of Hell, and the Man of Steel must confront all sorts of personal hells (courtesy of Neron) in order to save her. FC, 48 PG. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #151A
    Superman (1987 2nd Series) 151A

    Written by Jeph Loeb; art by Mike McKone and Marlo Alquiza; cover by Phil Jimenez In stores October 6. The Daily Planet returns as a new era for the Man of Steel begins! "Faster than a speeding bullet," SUPERMAN FOR ALL SEASONS writer Jeph Loeb joins artists Mike McKone and Marlo Alquiza for a back-to-basics issue that reveals the shocking reason Lex Luthor has given the Planet back to Perry White. Plus, what villain's son is heading to Earth for a collision with the Man of Steel? Cover price $1.99.

  • Issue #573
    Adventures of Superman (1987) 573

    Written by Stuart Immonen and Mark Millar; art by Steve Epting and Denis Rodier; cover by Phil Jimenez. The new era continues with a look at Superman through the eyes of ordinary people! Flashbacks to Smallville and young Clark Kent's first attempt to "leap tall buildings" contrast with a modern adventure where Clark, not Superman, must come to the aid of a lone man making a stand against Luthor. Plus, a brief appearance by Luthor's new bodyguards -- Mercy (based on the character from The New Batman/Superman Adventures) and her partner, Hope. For more information, see the feature article. Note: A signed version is offered in the Dynamic Forces section of Previews. FC, 32 pg." Cover price $1.99.