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Legendary writer Alan Moore's seminal Superman issues are collected in this Deluxe Edition hardcover featuring beautiful art from Dave Gibbons (WATCHMEN), Curt Swan (ACTION COMICS) and Rick Veitch (SWAMP THING)! Collects the two-part "Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow?" from SUPERMAN #423 and ACTION COMICS #583 as Superman faces his greatest foes and his final battle! Also featuring the classic story "For the Man who has Everything" from ACTION COMICS ANNUAL #11 where Batman, Robin and Wonder Woman fight the evil warlord Mongul for the fate of The Man of Steel. And in DC COMICS PRESENTS #85, Superman meets Swamp Thing, a character fans have identified with Moore for over 20 years!

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‘Superman: Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow’ is possibly one of the most influential and prominent Superman tales written of the character, arguably setting the stage for later 90s comics. The particular volume I’m reviewing contains three individual stories written by Alan Moore, which will be reviewed separately below and followed by a general conclusion about the volume in itself with a final classification.Superman: Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow?‘Su...

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What really happened to Superman? 0

Introduction: There were many comics during the 1980s that really helped redefine the comic book industry, such as Frank Miller’s classic “Batman” story, “Batman: The Dark Knight Returns,” which helped redefine Batman into a darker and edgier character. Another comic that really stood out for DC comics during the 1980s was none other than “Superman: Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow?” which was actually the final “Superman” story to be written in the style of the silver age comics. Aft...

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