Superman: The Final Days of Superman

Written by Peter J. Tomasi and drawn by a firm of top talented artists including Mikel Janin, Paul Pelletier, Doug Mahnke and Ed Benes, it is a great, emotional storyline that closes the book on one time of Superman previous to Rebirth.

Written by Peter J. Tomasi and drawn by a firm of top talented artists including Mikel Janin, Paul Pelletier, Doug Mahnke and Ed Benes, it is a great, emotional storyline that closes the book on one time of Superman previous to Rebirth.

The awesome, sold-out story line is contained together in hardcover as the Man of Steel faces the vision of his own mortality! His never ending combat have lastly taken their fee on Kal-El, and with few time, he reaches out to join his truth friends and cherished ones for what comes after that. In the intervening time, a new evil force will see to it that the Man of Steel will not go silently into the night, but in its place enter into a life-and-death fight with another being fake from the very energies of the solar flare power of Kryptonian, now demand to be the true Superman!

Death waits for no one, not even for Superman.

The overwhelming effects of the fire of Apokolips pits in Justice League: Darkseid War, the A.R.G.U.S. Kryptonite meeting room from “Savage Dawn” in Superman, and his combat with the would-be god Rao in Justice League of America all merge in a just right storm of death for the Man of Steel. Strong-minded to defend humanity, in spite of his imminent death, Superman embarks on an expedition to seek heroes and friends from corner to corner the DC Universe to go on with his role as protector of the humanity.

In ‘Superman: The Final Days of Superman‘, the Man of Steel find out that he is becoming extinct and sets out to make sure that his beloved friends, fellow heroes and the Earth as a whole are ready for a world without Superman.
This emotional and no equal story is a great one. The death of Superman it is an unthinkable fact or not?

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