Superman Books: Death and Life of Superman, Camelot Falls, Superman/Batman: Enemies Among Us, Superman Official Annual 1984


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This is a set of 6 hardcover books and are all in Very Fine condition:

1993 The Death And Life of Superman – A Novel by Roger Stern – The Death and Life of Superman takes the saga of “The Death of Superman,”  “Funeral for a Friend,” “Reign of the Supermen,” and “The Return of Superman,” which appeared in comic book form in the mid 80′s, and turns it into light reading. A monster named Doomsday has been discovered buried deep in the earth. Doomsday is programmed for destruction, a killing machine whose gone out of control. As his rampage goes on, Doomsday destroys the Justice League, and it is clear that only one superhero is strong enough to stop him: Superman.

Superman: Camelot Falls Vol.1 – The Man of Steel has returned to Metropolis and must battle to rout Intergang out of Metropolis! He also faces trouble with Lois, looming problems involving Lana Lang, and a dangerous new discovery in Kazakhstan. Get ready for an action-packed saga that tears a swath across Eastern Europe!

Superman / Batman Vol.5: The Enemies Among Us – Never before will you have seen something so completely out of continuity, and yet so thoroughly enjoyable, as Superman/Batman: The Enemies Among Us. I approached this fifth volume of Superman/Batman with much trepidation, as it’s the first volume not to be penned by Jeph Loeb. Though writer Mark Verheiden’s Superman seemed slow and overemotional (perhaps due to mandatory tie-ins to Infinite Crisis), his Superman/Batman story is a delightful (and intentional) throwback to the Silver Age, full of dozens of DC’s most wacky and wild alien concepts. If you can throw your continuity censors out the door, Enemies Among Us is a worthwhile ride.

Infinite Crisis – The 7-issue miniseries event that rocked the entire DC Universe in 2005-2006 — a sequel to the epic CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS — is now collected in an amazing hardcover collection! Written by Geoff Johns (GREEN LANTERN, TEEN TITANS) with art by a who’s who of comics’ greatest talents — including Phil Jimenez, George Pérez, Jerry Ordway and more, this hardcover is a must-have for any DC collector. OMAC robots are rampaging, magic is dying, villains are uniting, and a war is raging in space. And in the middle of it all, a critical moment has divided Earth’s three greatest heroes: Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman. It’s the DCU’s darkest day, and long-lost heroes from the past have returned to make things right in the universe…at any cost. Heroes will live, heroes will die, and the DCU will never be the same again!This exhaustive volume also contains every cover and variant produced for the project, annotations, character designs, excerpts from scripts, unused scenes, and much more.

Justice League of America Vol.1: The Tornado’s Path: Justice League of America: The Tornado’s Path written by Brad Meltzer with art by Ed Benes. I’d like to start out by saying I haven’t found a Brad Meltzer story that I haven’t liked, from the novels to the comics, I’ve enjoyed them all. Now with The Tornado’s Path there are a few stories taking place during this first arc. Taking place after the events of 52 where Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman were gone for a year essentially ending that iteration of the J.L.A.

The first story that is introduced contains Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman having a secret meeting to rebuild the JLA. As a reader these actions don’t quite make sense for Superman and Wonder Woman, to meet in secret to choose a team.  Since during the previous JLA run they were both very angry with Batman for his spying on them and creating plans to defeat them. In my opinion Batman being secretive makes sense, Superman and Wonder Woman not so much.

Superman – Official Annual 1984

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Weight 10 lbs
Dimensions 12 × 9 × 10 in
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