Thursday, November 17, 2022


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This is it folks, the moment we all knew was coming, and the event that drives every Superman tale for the next ten months and beyond.

Doomsday and Superman face each other for the big battle that will cost the world their most beloved hero, the heroes of the DC Universe commiserate over their loss, and Booster Gold feels like a failure.

All that and more today as we collapse into Week Six of the Death of Superman crossover event as we look at two issues: 

Superman #75 by Dan Jurgens, Brett Breeding, Glenn Whitmore, and John Costanza.

Justice League America #70 by Dan Jurgens, Rick Burchett, Gene D'Angelo, and Willie Schubert.

Both issues were published by DC Comics on November 17, 1992.

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