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Superman

Kryptonite Nevermore (GN)

Dennis O'Neil

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DC Comics
30 March 2021
Series: Superman
It's a turning point in Superman history, as his longtime weakness--Kryptonite--is destroyed! So why is he now losing his powers?

Find out in this classic story!

Everyone knows Superman's major weakness- Kryptonite. But what happens when that's taken off the board, as a scientific experiment turns all the kryptonite on Earth to iron? Originally published in 1971, this story turned the Man of Steel's status quo on its head. When all Kryptonite has been destroyed,the Man of Steel is anything but invulnerable as his powers slowly begin to fade and a doppelganger Superman arrives on the scene with strange powers of its own--and any contact between the two might result in the destruction of the planet!

Collects Superman #233-238 and #240-242.
By:   Dennis O'Neil
Imprint:   DC Comics
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 259mm,  Width: 168mm, 
ISBN:   9781779507525
ISBN 10:   1779507526
Series:   Superman
Pages:   192
Publication Date:   30 March 2021
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Dennis O'Neil began his career as a comic book writer in 1965 at Charlton, where then-editor Dick Giordano assigned him to several features. When Giordano moved to DC, O'Neil soon followed. At DC, O'Neil scripted several series for Giordano and Julius Schwartz, quickly becoming one of the most respected writers in comics. O'Neil earned a reputation for being able to revamp such characters as Superman, Green Lantern, Captain Marvel--and Batman, whom O'Neil (with the help of Neal Adams and Giordano) brought back to his roots as a dark, mysterious, gothic avenger. Besides being the most important Batman writer of the 1970s, O'Neil served as an editor at both Marvel and DC. After a long tenure as group editor of the Batman line of titles, he retired to write full-time.

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