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Written by Grant Morrison; Art by Frank Quitely and Jamie Grant; Cover by Quitely

Nothing can stand against the Man of Steel! The 2007 Eisner Award Winner for "Best Continuing Series" keeps getting better when the new issue of ALL STAR SUPERMAN explodes!

Kal-El prepares to dictate his last will and testament, but his approaching death demands answers to many pressing problems. Lois Lane knows his secret, and will throw herself in harm's way to confront him on it. The bottled city of Kandor struggles between the choices of xenophobia and freedom, while Superman wonders if humanity will survive with his passing. And the hero receives a haunting message from the 24th century, warning him of a danger that could destroy the entire Earth!


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As if unleashing a mighty river, changing a centuries-old course and washing away a dry and deadened era, Siegel & Shuster’s Superman led the giddy onrush of American pop culture’s real-life – and humanity’s imagined – next evolutionary step. These were characters whose costumes were more colorful than the Depression and whose physics-defying strength and flight was intrinsically liberated from the shadow of totalitarianism. Superman got boring when he came to be synonymous with an establish...

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