Cover to The Man of Steel #1. Art by John Byrne. Publication information Schedule Twice monthly Format Publication date July–September No. Of issues 6 Main character(s) Superman Creative team Created by John Byrne, Dick Giordano Written by John Byrne Tom Ziuko Editor(s) Superman: The Man of Steel Vol.
1 (softcover) The Man of Steel is a 1986 featuring the character. Written and drawn by, the series was presented in six issues which were. The series told the story of, which had been following the 1986 series. DC editors wanted to make changes to the character of Superman, including making him the sole survivor of his home planet, and Byrne's story was written to show these changes and to present Superman's origin. The series includes the embryonic Kal-El rocketing away from the destruction of Krypton and his birth upon landing in Kansas when he emerged from the artificial womb, as a teenager in learning that he was found in a crashed space ship, his being hired at the in, the creation of his of Superman, his first meeting with fellow hero, and how he finally learned of his birth parents and from where he came.
In preparation for Man of Steel, this list offers some of Superman’s finest hours in the comic book medium. Although Lex Luthor may stand as the most.
The series also included the reintroduction of a number of, including fellow reporter and love interest and, who was re-branded from a mad scientist to a powerful businessman and white-collar criminal. The series's legacy persisted, as it set the new status quo for all of the ongoing Superman comic series for many years after it was published.
The story stayed in DC Comics as the origin of Superman until it was expanded upon in the 2003 limited series, which stayed canon until 2009. The title is a reference to one of Superman's nicknames which touted his invulnerability making him the 'Man of Steel.'
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The three titles would be called by the 'line name' of METROPOLIS, with each character being defined by one word/phrase AMAZON (written by Gerber); DARK KNIGHT (written by Miller); and Something for Superman – I believe either MAN OF STEEL or THE MAN OF STEEL, but I’m not sure about that (written by both men). • Manning, Matthew K.; Dolan, Hannah, ed. DC Comics Year By Year A Visual Chronicle.. In the six-issue miniseries entitled [The] Man of Steel, the mammoth task of remaking Superman fell to popular writer/artist John Byrne.The result was an overwhelming success, popular with fans both old and new. CS1 maint: Extra text: authors list () • Kistler, Alan (11 October 2005).. Retrieved 21 February 2013.
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