The Man of Steel #4

    The Man of Steel » The Man of Steel #4 - Enemy Mine... released by DC Comics on November 1986.

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    1. Cover by John Byrne.
    2. "Enemy Mine..." written and penciled by John Byrne, inked by Dick Giordano, colored by Tom Ziuko, lettered by John Costanza and a special thanks to Marv Wolfman.

    Lois and Clark are guests at a party to be held on Luthor's luxury liner. Upon arriving, they are entertained by Luthor in his private chamber on the ship. When Luthor insinuates his desire of Lois, the latter is offended having some knowledge of Luthor’s past. Lois refuses to be one of Luthor’s trophy wives and decides to leave the ship.

    She and Clark are then confronted by South American terrorists.



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    How Luthor Came to Hate Superman 0

    Probably the most important milestone in Superman's career was his first 'reboot' by John Byrne in 1986. This series is the best Superman origin/early adventures story ever written and drawn. John Byrne was at the top of his game both as a writer and as an artist after producing a decade's worth of quality material for Marvel.In the fourth issue Clark and Lois have a work/date attending a party aboard Lex Luthor's luxury ocean liner 'Sea Queen'. First Lois gets into a tiff with Luthor, then arme...

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