Action Comics #1000: The Deluxe Edition is an anthology of Superman, the world’s greatest hero by various authors and artists, a celebration of Superman
As the Teen Titans are settling into their new tower in San Francisco, a prison breakout happens and some suspicious disappearances are happening with it.
Superman has been ruling humanity for four years with an iron fist. The gods of Olympus have been trying to overthrow Superman but their regime is not better
What would happen if Zeus demanded religions be abandoned ? How would Superman fair vs Greek gods? How will the world react to the Greek pantheon?
Even though it wasn’t meant for me, Wonder Woman is coming back with a vengeance as a symbol of female empowerment, as she was always meant to be.
The Victim Syndicate has turned Gotham against Batman in protest. They also threaten to release criminals from Arkham unless Batman unmasks himself on live TV
A solid book of the Detective Comics series. Batman (Bruce Wayne) teams up with Zatanna, the magician, and the reader gets to view a bit of their history
Kid Flash is lost in time and dimensions due to the Flashpoint caused by The Flash. He is drifting into nothingness, but can see the mysteries of the universe.
I enjoyed the mythology which the writer incorporated in the first story, actually is based very much on mythology.
About: Death of Superman is a collection of a one of the most famous storylines in recent comics history (1992). The comics were created by a myriad of artists including writers Dan Jurgens, Jerry Ordway, Louse Simonson and Roger Stern and artists Jon Bogdanove, Jackson Guice and Tom Grummett. 168 pages Publisher: DC Comics; First Edition edition Language: English ISBN-10: 1563890976 My rating for Death of Superman – 5 Buy this graphic novel from Amazon.com* Thoughts: Death of Superman is basically an epic fight between Superman and Doomsday leaving the reader wanting for more with an open ending. As for story, well… Superman dies… it’s in the title and that’s basically it. There is no background to who or what Doomsday is but the book stays true to the Superman ideals: he never gives up and he is selfless (see Glen Weldon‘s book Superman: The Unauthorized Biography). This book is part one of a long and interesting Superman saga. If you buy this book make sure to also get World Without a Superman, The Return of Superman for an exciting read. The art in the graphic novel ranges from good to very-good, since this is a collection of single issues, drawn and inked…