|Superman – The Final Days of Superman|
Clark handles the responsibly of his legacy and then Wonder Woman reaches there to confront him about the news and then share a moment together. Meanwhile, ex-con Denny Swan was trying to get away from a cop and then hit by a mysterious light that turns him into a being of solar power and he declares himself to be Superman. He causes trouble in Daily Planet before taken to A.R.G.U.S. but got free out of there too, setting Ulysses free to give Superman a beat-down. Diana and Clark are accompanied by Bruce to China, where Doctor Omen is busted and released the Energy Superman, who takes Lois out of her apartment only to face the three Super Friends for a final confrontation. While, they all were fighting the imposter, Clark gets help from an unexpected source.
The Great Pretender
01. Superman V3 51
02. Batman/Superman 31
03. Action Comics V2 51
04. Superman/Wonder Woman 28
05. Batman/Superman 32
06. Action Comics V2 52
07. Superman/Wonder Woman 29
08. Superman V3 52
Here is your links for the "Superman – The Final Days of Superman" crossover event from DC Comics.
Superman – The Final Days of Superman (Softcover)
Superman – The Final Days of Superman (Hardcover)
|Supermen of Two Earths|
Tying in with the issue from the monthly ongoing series Action Comics, Batman/Superman, Superman and Superman/Wonder Woman, The Final Days of Superman marks the end of Prime Earth’s Man of Steel run and also dawns a brand-new era that is build on the aftermath of “Before Truth” and “Savage Dawn”. Writer Peter J. Tomasi (Black Adam – The Dark Age, Brightest Day) took the grand responsibility of narrating this event and he was assisted by an array of artists including Dale Eaglesham (Green Lantern, Justice Society of America), Doug Mahnke (Final Crisis, Justice League Elite), Ed Benes (Birds of Prey, Justice League of America), Jorge Jiménez (Earth 2 – Society – Planetfall, Superboy – New 52), Mikel Janín (Justice League Dark, Grayson), Paul Pelletier (Aquaman – New 52, The Flash) and Scot Eaton (Swamp Thing, Black Panther). A few variant covers for the issues involved to the main plot were also delivered by the legendary John Romita, Jr. (Avengers Vs. X-Men, World War Hulk) as well. The Man of Steel from New Earth timeline, who was living in the Prime Earth following the events of Convergence, has finally made his presence known in a surprising way. This story also serves as a prelude to the upcoming “DC Rebirth” event to usher a new future.
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