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  1. Superman V. Steel 

The story opens up with Superman and Steel testing the Entropy Aegis suit. Superman vetoes it, saying that the power is too much. Superman later flies off and finds Lois, who is traveling with her mother. He whisks her off into the night, thinking they had not been seen, but Ella Lane saw them flying off, and later confronts Lois about it.

Meanwhile, Metropolis is attacked by a creature called Earthquake, who wants the Entropy Aegis suit for himself. When Steel finds that he is no match for Earthquake, he sneaks back to his workshop and puts on the suit. However, it overpowers him. Can he make it out alive?

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As a Superman fan, I am somewhat familiar with the concept of the Entropy Aegis suit. However, I had never actually seen the story of it (until now). The art was above average. It was fairly original, but the shadowing reminded me a little bit of the classic George Perez art (don't be offended, this was just my opinion).The plot was an instant classic: intriguing, yet timeless. The story on a whole was excellent, and the ending did a very good job: it made me wish to purchase the next issue (not...

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