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  1. Cover by Ed Hannigan and Al Williamson.
  2. "The Day the Earth Died!" written by Paul Kupperberg from a plot by Ed Hannigan, penciled by Curt Swan, inked by Al Williamson, colored by Gene D'Angelo and lettered by Ed King.
  3. "Warship!" written by E. Nelson Bridwell, penciled by Curt Swan, inked by Josef Rubinstein, colored by Gene D'Angelo and lettered by Albert De Guzman.

Superman is haunted by nightmares of a nuclear war. But is he duty bound to prevent one... or to allow one?

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A lot of people forget how hot the Cold War really was even in its later years. While the Cuban Missile Crisis is often remembered as the near tipping point to nuclear war, there were incidents as late as the mid 1980s, including the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, and U.S. President Ronald Reagan's "evil empire" speech and "bombing starts in five minutes" joke - the latter of which was made only the year previous to this issue of Superman.The fact is that if a Superman really existed, sooner or...

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