Superman #75

    Superman » Superman #75 - Doomsday! released by DC Comics on January 1993.

    Short summary describing this issue.

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    Superman #75 is the famous issue where Superman is killed by Doomsday. Each page is a full page shot of the intense battle. Superman and Doomsday just exchange blows one after another. Superman eventually defeats Doomsday at the cost of his own life.

    Black Bag (Memorial Collector's Edition)

    It is a Direct Market Memorial Collector's Edition. The comic comes in a black polybag with a trading card, poster, stamps, Daily Planet Obituary & black mourning armband included inside the sealed bag.

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    Black Bag (Platinum Edition)

    Retailer exclusive. This version was not available to the same commercial outlets as anyone could sell normal comics, this certain comic was retailer protected.

    *Contents need to be confirmed if the same as the standard Memorial Collector's Edition.

    CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
    RegStandard First PrintingDan Jurgens & Brett Breeding1
    RegStandard Back CoverN/A2
    RegStandard Fourth PrintingDan Jurgens & Brett Breeding3
    DSBack of Sealed Direct Sales EditionN/A4
    DSFront of Sealed Direct Sales EditionN/A5
    DSDirect Sales CoverEric Kachelhofer6
    PEFront of Sealed Platinum EditionN/A7
    PEPlatinum Edition CoverEric Kachelhofer8
    RegStandard Second PrintingDan Jurgens & Brett BreedingMissing
    RegStandard Third PrintingDan Jurgens & Brett BreedingMissing


    • Newstand and direct sales editions priced at $1.25.
    • Bagged memorial edition priced at $2.50.
    • Newstand cover by Dan Jurgens and Brett Breeding.
    • Direct sales cover computer animated by Eric Kachelhofer.
    • Newstand first printing cover is identified by the lettering in yellow.
    • Newstand second printing cover is identified by the lettering in white.
    • Newstand third printing cover is identified by the lettering in blue.
    • Newstand fourth printing cover is identified by the lettering in green.
    • Each page consists of one panel.
    • The cover is homaged and parodied by future comic books.
    • Triangle 1993 #2.
    • The end of the Death of Superman story arc.
    • Continues in the Funeral for a Friend story arc in Adventures of Superman #498.

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    Slug Fest I didn't originally write a review for this book because I felt that it was all said in the review that was already on this page. I do not like to write reviews when someone else already wrote one unless I completely disagree. I think it looks kind of lame to have ten reviews saying the same thing for a new issue, especially when there are so many books that have no reviews. All this said I am writing this review because of the Trade Paper Back (TPB) I needed to write this par...

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