Superman #248

    Superman » Superman #248 - The Man who Murdered the Earth!; All in the Mind! released by DC Comics on February 1972.

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    The Man who Murdered the Earth!; All in the Mind! last edited by pikahyper on 06/07/18 08:43PM View full history

    “THE MAN WHO MURDERED THE EARTH!” Lex Luthor creates a galactic golem to destroy Superman once and for all…but at what cost?

    1. "The Man who Murdered the Earth!" written by Len Wein, penciled by Curt Swan and inked by Murphy Anderson. Luthor prepares a recorded memoir about the events that lead to the destruction of the Earth - a destruction he caused in his final triumph over his old foe Superman! Reprinted in The Best of DC #32 & Superman in the Seventies.
    2. "All in the Mind!" "The Fabulous World of Krypton" story written by Marv Wolfman, penciled and inked by Dave Cockrum. Reprinted in The Best of DC #40 & Superman: World of Krypton TPB.
    3. "Muto Versus the Man of Tomorrow!" "A Superman Special" Reprinted from Action Comics #339.


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    Luthor Beats Superman... Destroys Earth in Process 0

    What a cool concept.Earth lies in ruins - every man, woman, and child gone. Deep in his lair, Lex Luthor leaves a farewell recording as he prepares to leave this dead world behind for good. A he himself destroyed in his final battle with long time foe Superman.The thing is, Lex pulls out another one of those annoying pseudoscience ways of defeating the Man of Steel at the beginning... well that might have been forgivable - if Superman himself hadn't pulled a total groan-inducing deus ex-machina ...

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