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Upon his revelation, he acknowledged himself as the real Superman the fifth person at this point to claim that title. When asked by Lois Lane what made him any different from the other Supermen, he responded with " How about To Kill A Mockingbird?

Though she remained hesitant, Lois mentally acknowledged that this was something only the real Clark Kent would know. During the battle of Coast City, the Cyborg launched a devastating missile at Metropolis, with the intent of destroying it and putting a second Engine City in its place.

Superboy managed to grab onto the missile as it launched, riding it all the way to Metropolis, which he narrowly saved from destruction.

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Green Lantern Hal Jordan had returned from space to find his hometown destroyed. He immediately attacked Engine City and fought Mongul, shattering the Man of Steel's hammer across his face. The gas interacted with the Eradicator as it passed through and into Superman, returning his powers rather than killing him. The Eradicator's body degenerated into a lifeless husk, and the Cyborg looked for Superman's body in the debris and Kryptonite mist. Superman blindsided him with an attack using his super-strength, and he punched a hole right through the Cyborg.

He destroyed his body, but his consciousness survived. Supergirl used the remnants of the black Kryptonian suit to re-create Superman's traditional costume, and the group returned to Metropolis. Again, like the previous two storylines, the collected edition of Reign of the Supermen! During the time Superman spent in stasis recovering in the Fortress of Solitude, his hair grew to shoulder length. Even after reclaiming his title as the one true Superman, he kept his hair long and this was how he was depicted for much of his appearances in the s comics.

Before his wedding with Lois, he cut his hair. Up until the Death of Superman event, DC Comics writers lived on a fixed set of rules when it came to how the post-Crisis Superman's powers were portrayed.

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This was changed upon his return. The change could be traced to when the Eradicator transformed the Kryptonite radiation into something that would re-empower the revived Superman. In a battle with Lobo , he discovered he could survive the vacuum of space indefinitely, something the post-Crisis Superman could not do.

He also noticed his strength has increased. Although this was part of a subplot involving Superman's powers growing out of control as he absorbed too much solar energy, the depiction of his power was not as consistent as before.

Superboy who turned out to be only a partial "clone" of Superman and The Man of Steel whose name became simply "Steel" went on to become recurring characters in the DC Universe, each eventually getting his own monthly title.

Steel appeared in some episodes of the animated series, as well as his own film, and became a member of the Justice League of America; he also briefly became a true superhuman, no longer relying on outside sources i.

The Eradicator became leader of a new team of Outsiders and his status is currently unknown after the events of Infinite Crisis. Superman's death-like manner set into motion a series of resurrections in the DC Universe.

These events have been attributed to the door between life and death being kept open since Superman died. As a Kryptonian, Superman's alien genetic material enables him to absorb sunlight and perform superhuman feats. Superman survived his death by entering into a hibernation-like state, and the Eradicator's use of him as a 'conduit' by which he could absorb solar energy 'restarted' Superman's body.

A later encounter with a villainous sentient sun from the future known as "Solaris" would reveal a future where Superman is still alive approximately 83, years in the future, leading him to speculate that death may never come for him.

The consequences of the destruction of Coast City in Reign of the Supermen! After an issue that established the fact that several key members of Hal Jordan's supporting cast had survived the destruction of Coast City due to them being out of town helping Carol Ferris save her estranged mother , DC moved directly into the controversial storyline Emerald Twilight. Emerald Twilight saw Hal Jordan have a complete mental breakdown after his attempt to rebuild Coast City with his power ring resulted in him being ordered to return to Oa for punishment for breaking the rule of using his power ring for personal gain.

A Crisis in Time , which featured Jordan as the main villain. Even after Superman had returned to life, plans for Lois and Clark's wedding took some time to develop. The relationship between the two became rocky, and for a time, they separated.

The two set into motion their plans for a wedding and are married in Superman: The Wedding Album. Assisted by Waverider , he confronts Darkseid and Hank Henshaw , and finds that his killer is still alive and discovers the details of Doomsday's origin. In Superman: The Doomsday War , Doomsday's mind is under the influence of Brainiac and Superman fights two of his most powerful enemies, in order to rescue Lana Lang 's newborn child.

Day of Doom , exploring how the event affects those who knew the fallen hero, and introducing a new villain, Remnant. This dark tale is reprinted in trade paperback. In the days before the anniversary of Superman's death, Ty Duffy, The Daily Planet 's staff reporter, retraces Superman's cross-country battle with Doomsday; Duffy resents the assignment. During the investigation, a mysterious figure also follows Doomsday's cross-country path, and commits a series of murders along the way. Duffy discovers that many of Superman's rogues have claimed to have created Doomsday, and many survivors of Doomsday's rampage and Coast City 's destruction he interviewed with expresses hatred to The Last Son of Krypton.

He ultimately comes face-to-face with the Man of Steel himself and reveals to Superman that his father committed suicide because of losses suffered connected with the battle with Doomsday. Duffy reproaches Superman, telling him that thousands have died due to his battle with Doomsday. Although Superman disagrees, he carries considerable guilt over the deaths. On his way home, Duffy is kidnapped by Remnant, who wishes to show the world that Superman is evil.

He intends to stage terrorist acts at the locations where Doomsday rampaged, including The Daily Planet, by planting a bomb within a van parked on the exact spot where the battle ended. Superman rescues Duffy, along with Perry White , who was also captured by the villain, and the building.

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Despite the victory, flyers announce that Superman is not a messiah, but rather the devil incarnate; the villain disappears. Superman approaches Duffy, and challenges him to not back off from the tough questions.

The Man of Steel tells Duffy he will be waiting for the conclusion of his article, and also asks him another one; if Superman wasn't around, would there be fewer Doomsdays monsters seeking to confront Superman or more Coast Citys a disaster that only happened because Superman wasn't there?

Within the shadows, Remnant stalks The Man of Steel. Without any aid from his allies, Superman defeats the monster on the anniversary of his original defeat of the creature at Washington D. Batman , with the aid of Superman, devised a measure made after The Man of Steel recovered from his first battle with Doomsday, that, when the Justice League or any other superhero group encounters a Doomsday Level Threat, a group of heroes, authority, and military forces would contain it within a proximity after clearing all civilians within it.

If Superman and the rest falls, the Doomsday Protocol, which is a dimensional projecting bomb, will commence by sending the threat to the Phantom Zone after detonating it. The Death and Return of Superman storyline brought in millions of readers to DC Comics, despite the entirety of the story being intertwined through numerous different comic series, including Action Comics , Superman , Superman: The Man of Steel , and Adventures of Superman , among others.

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Action Comics Superman Supergirl. The Man of Steel Superman: Man of Steel Lex Luthor: First Thunder Superman Unchained Superman vs. Muhammad Ali Superman: Last Stand of New Krypton Superman: Secret Origin Superman: World of New Krypton Superman: The Wedding Album Superman: War of the Supermen. At Earth's End Superman: Earth One Superman: The Last Family of Krypton Superman: The Feral Man of Steel Superman: Last Son of Earth Superman: Red Son Superman: Secret Identity Superman: Speeding Bullets Superman: It is revealed that the Last Son is the Eradicator, an ancient Kryptonian weapon, and the Cyborg is the deranged consciousness of Hank Henshaw , which used Superman's birthing matrix to create a physical duplicate of his body.

The regeneration matrix broke open, and the original Superman emerged, greatly depowered, but alive. Meanwhile, the Cyborg helped Mongul destroy Coast City , believing he killed the Last Son in the explosion, and captured Superboy, holding him in Engine City, a towering construct erected where Coast City once stood.

Superboy escaped and flew back to Metropolis to get the Man of Steel to help him fight the Cyborg. Before he could tell the whole story, however, an overbearing Kryptonian Battlesuit rose out of the harbor, and the two heroes attacked it.

Eradicator as seen in the Reign of the Supermen! After suffering heavy damage, the suit opened, revealing a still-weak Superman, who had used it to walk all the way back from the Fortress of Solitude.

Despite his weakened state, he quickly joined the other Supermen in defending Coast City. Upon his revelation, he acknowledged himself as the real Superman the fifth person at this point to claim that title.

When asked by Lois Lane what made him any different from the other Supermen, he responded with "How about To Kill A Mockingbird? Though she remained hesitant, Lois mentally acknowledged that this was something only the real Clark Kent would know.

During the battle of Coast City, the Cyborg launched a devastating missile at Metropolis, with the intent of destroying it and putting a second Engine City in its place. Superboy managed to grab onto the missile as it launched, riding it all the way to Metropolis, which he narrowly saved from destruction. Green Lantern Hal Jordan had returned from space to find his hometown destroyed. He immediately attacked Engine City and fought Mongul, shattering the Man of Steel's hammer across his face.

The gas interacted with the Eradicator as it passed through and into Superman, returning his powers rather than killing him. The Eradicator's body degenerated into a lifeless husk, and the Cyborg looked for Superman's body in the debris and Kryptonite mist.

Superman blindsided him with an attack using his super-strength, and he punched a hole right through the Cyborg. He destroyed his body, but his consciousness survived. Supergirl used the remnants of the black Kryptonian suit to re-create Superman's traditional costume, and the group returned to Metropolis.

Again, like the previous two storylines, the collected edition of Reign of the Supermen! Aftermath Superman During the time Superman spent in stasis recovering in the Fortress of Solitude, his hair grew to shoulder length.

Even after reclaiming his title as the one true Superman, he kept his hair long and this was how he was depicted for much of his appearances in the s comics.

Before his wedding with Lois, he cut his hair. Up until the Death of Superman event, DC Comics writers lived on a fixed set of rules when it came to how the post-Crisis Superman's powers were portrayed. This was changed upon his return. The change could be traced to when the Eradicator transformed the Kryptonite radiation into something that would re-empower the revived Superman.

In a battle with Lobo , he discovered he could survive the vacuum of space indefinitely, something the post-Crisis Superman could not do. He also noticed his strength has increased.

Although this was part of a subplot involving Superman's powers growing out of control as he absorbed too much solar energy, the depiction of his power was not as consistent as before. The Surviving Supermen Superboy who turned out to be only a partial "clone" of Superman and The Man of Steel whose name became simply "Steel" went on to become recurring characters in the DC Universe, each eventually getting his own monthly title.

Steel appeared in some episodes of the animated series, as well as his own film, and became a member of the Justice League of America; he also briefly became a true superhuman, no longer relying on outside sources i. The Eradicator became leader of a new team of Outsiders and his status is currently unknown after the events of Infinite Crisis.

Superman – The Death of Superman (2016 Edition)

Death in Comics Superman's death-like manner set into motion a series of resurrections in the DC Universe. These events have been attributed to the door between life and death being kept open since Superman died. As a Kryptonian, Superman's alien genetic material enables him to absorb sunlight and perform superhuman feats. Superman survived his death by entering into a hibernation-like state, and the Eradicator's use of him as a 'conduit' by which he could absorb solar energy 'restarted' Superman's body.

A later encounter with a villainous sentient sun from the future known as "Solaris" would reveal a future where Superman is still alive approximately 83, years in the future, leading him to speculate that death may never come for him. After an issue that established the fact that several key members of Hal Jordan's supporting cast had survived the destruction of Coast City due to them being out of town helping Carol Ferris save her estranged mother , DC moved directly into the controversial storyline Emerald Twilight.

Emerald Twilight saw Hal Jordan have a complete mental breakdown after his attempt to rebuild Coast City with his power ring resulted in him being ordered to return to Oa for punishment for breaking the rule of using his power ring for personal gain.

The Wedding Even after Superman had returned to life, plans for Lois and Clark's wedding took some time to develop.

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The relationship between the two became rocky, and for a time, they separated. The two set into motion their plans for a wedding and are married in Superman: The Wedding Album.

Assisted by Waverider , he confronts Darkseid and Hank Henshaw , and finds that his killer is still alive and discovers the details of Doomsday's origin. In Superman: The Doomsday War , Doomsday's mind is under the influence of Brainiac and Superman fights two of his most powerful enemies, in order to rescue Lana Lang 's newborn child.

This dark tale is reprinted in trade paperback. In the days before the anniversary of Superman's death, Ty Duffy, The Daily Planet 's staff reporter, retraces Superman's cross-country battle with Doomsday; Duffy resents the assignment.

During the investigation, a mysterious figure also follows Doomsday's cross-country path, and commits a series of murders along the way. Duffy discovers that many of Superman's rogues have claimed to have created Doomsday, and many survivors of Doomsday's rampage and Coast City 's destruction he interviewed with expresses hatred to The Last Son of Krypton.

He ultimately comes face-to-face with the Man of Steel himself and reveals to Superman that his father committed suicide because of losses suffered connected with the battle with Doomsday. Duffy reproaches Superman, telling him that thousands have died due to his battle with Doomsday. Although Superman disagrees, he carries considerable guilt over the deaths. On his way home, Duffy is kidnapped by Remnant, who wishes to show the world that Superman is evil.

He intends to stage terrorist acts at the locations where Doomsday rampaged, including The Daily Planet, by planting a bomb within a van parked on the exact spot where the battle ended.

Superman rescues Duffy, along with Perry White , who was also captured by the villain, and the building.

Despite the victory, flyers announce that Superman is not a messiah, but rather the devil incarnate; the villain disappears.The third sees the emergence of four Superman imposters before the original returns. Doomsday is Near!

Retrieved November 24, Again, like the previous two storylines, the collected edition of Reign of the Supermen! This was changed upon his return. Some years later, Chuck Rozanksi, owner of retailer Mile High Comics, would pen a controversial essay in the Comics downloader's Guide which blamed the Death of Superman promotion for playing a significant role in the collapse of the comic book industry in the late s.

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