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James Harvey

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The entire controversial saga!

SUPERMAN: THE DEATH AND RETURN OF SUPERMAN OMNIBUS




Written by: Dan Jurgens, Louise Simonson, Roger Stern, Jerry Ordway and Karl Kesel
Art by: Jurgens, Jon Bogdanove, Tom Grummett, Brett Breeding, Rick Burchett and others
Cover by: Jurgens and Ordway

For the first time, the historic story of the death and return of Superman is collected in one massive, 784-page hardcover volume featuring an all-new cover by pivotal creator Dan Jurgens, timed to coincide with the 15th anniversary of the event! THE DEATH AND RETURN OF SUPERMAN OMNIBUS includes the best-selling trade paperbacks THE DEATH OF SUPERMAN and THE RETURN OF SUPERMAN, as well as portions of WORLD WITHOUT A SUPERMAN, plus 40 pages of bonus extras including promotional material and product spotlights.

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"Portions" of World Without A Superman? Shouldn't it contain all three? All the same, it'll be great to have the entire thing collected in on place.
 

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With the arrival of Superman Doomsday (Feature Talkback, DVD Talkback), what better time to revisit this storyline?

SUPERMAN: THE DEATH AND RETURN OF SUPERMAN OMNIBUS




Written by: Dan Jurgens, Louise Simonson, Roger Stern, Jerry Ordway and Karl Kesel
Art by: Jurgens, Jon Bogdanove, Tom Grummett, Brett Breeding, Rick Burchett and others
Cover by: Jurgens and Ordway

For the first time, the historic story of the death and return of Superman is collected in one massive, 784-page hardcover volume featuring an all-new cover by pivotal creator Dan Jurgens, timed to coincide with the 15th anniversary of the event! THE DEATH AND RETURN OF SUPERMAN OMNIBUS includes the best-selling trade paperbacks THE DEATH OF SUPERMAN and THE RETURN OF SUPERMAN, as well as portions of WORLD WITHOUT A SUPERMAN, plus 40 pages of bonus extras including promotional material and product spotlights.

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