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SUPERMAN: MAN OF TOMORROW (1998)

cover: George Perez
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    SUPERMAN: MAN OF TOMORROW (1998)
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    SUPERMAN: MAN OF TOMORROW
    1998
    DC Comics

    "Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow?" (48 pages)

    writer:
    pencils:
    inks:
    colors:
    Alan Moore
    Curt Swan
    George Perez (24 pages), Kurt Schaffenberger
    Tom McCraw


    Originally printed in SUPERMAN #423 Related
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  •  July 15, 2004 12:24 am | Superman: Man of Tomorrow (1998)
    From Ebay
    Item number 2256648580: Superman - Man of Tomorrow - Trade Paperback Alan Moore
    Seller: stellaartois

    SUPERMAN
    BY ALAN MOORE

    This is a 1998 collection of some of Alan Moore's finest work, illustrated by some of the greatest DC comics artists, including the classic masters Kurt Schaffenberger and Curt Swan, and modern master George Perez.

    It contains a collection of the Superman and Swamp thing stories, together with the amazing "For the Man Who Has Everything" when DC let Alan Moore loose on an imaginary story that finished off the Silver Age of DC comics. It has Moore's trademark humour, sadness and wonder, and is beautifully illustrated.


    (Vu: From the cover, the artists in this collection is by Dave Gibbons, Rich Veitch, Curt Swan, Kurt Schaffenberger, and George Pérez. Foreworld by Brian Aldiss.)


    08/12/2006 17:40:26

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