... for reading order, but all the mess in the new 52 story lines! Superman engages in battle with a seemingly unstoppable killing machine named Doomsday in the streets of Metropolis. Becky Anderson; Claire Anderson; Mitch Anderson; Bibbo Bibbowski; Dubbilex; Cat Grant; Emil Hamilton; Walter Johnson I; Keith; Jonathan Kent; Martha Kent; Lois Lane; Lex Luthor; Mildred; Jimmy Olsen; Anthony Rodriguez I; Maggie Sawyer; Team Luthor; Dan Turpin; Paul Westfield Superman swoops in and rescues Claire and Becky from the blazing rubble that was the Anderson home. I have an urge to pick up all the issues in The Death Of Superman. Supergirl #33. I made this list from ComicBookReadingOrders.com's Flashpoint, New 52, and DC You reading orders. The creature lands on a police cruiser with Superman pile driving the creature into the ground right afterward. So with Clark Kent out of action, a massive hole was left in the DC Universe... or so we thought. Whoa, whoa, get out the way with that good inotfmarion. Superman / Wonder Woman #4 DOOMED So for those left confused by the "Rebirth" swap, allow us to bring you up to speed. Collects: Action Comics #1 to #8. Publication Year When Superman once again arrives, slamming hard into the creature from behind and launching him miles into the air. The Death of Superman is a great slugfest story. [Warning: This article contains SPOILERS for "Superman" #52, "DC Universe: Rebirth" #1 and "Superman: Rebirth" #1.]. After your list comes Forever Evil. There are many changes to the status quo of the DC Universe with the beginning of the New 52. After all, he's the one that wrote it in the first place. The reading order for the New 52 is broken up into three parts on the website, and has links to the events' reading orders. The alien creature Doomsday served as primary opponent, and it guest-starred the Justice League America. When they look outside they see the creature destroying their family car. BEGINNINGS Action Comics #0 Action Comics #1 Action Comics #2 Action … Although death in comic books is usually never permanent - and Superman himself has returned from the grave once before - the decision to not just kill Superman, but reduce him to dust seemed to have an air of intention about it. The creature then punches Booster, with Booster raising his force field just in time to prevent a killing blow. Guy Gardner attacks the creature but is decimated by its overwhelming power, prompting Fire to save him from possible death. The reading order begins in the distant past and gradually catches up to present day. Superman #32, Maybe I’m wrong somewhere, so If someone see some mistakes, just tell me. The creature then punches Bloodwynd through a steel silo containing oil at a LexCorps Refinery in Ohio, which explodes with flames as he passes through it. He drops them off with emergency services, who also has much of the League also in their emergency vehicles. Mitch gets into an argument with his mother over his infant sister Becky getting all of the attention and that he blames his mother for his father deserting them. Click on the "Story Arc" link to the left, under "Search Library." I’ve only kept in the issues that directly impact the storyline thus far. Batman/Superman #11 DOOMED I’m not fully understanding it. However, production of the TV Series. Below you will find a first draft of a chronological reading order for the Superman family of books in the New 52 Universe. Batman/Superman #3.1 DOOMED Below you will find a first draft of a chronological reading order for the Superman family of books in the New 52 Universe. All New, All Different Marvel and Legacy Reading Order, New 52 Trinity (Superman – Batman – Wonder Woman). Others But I just love singles. http://www.ebay.ca/sch/tehlonginator/m.html?_nkw=&_armrs=1&_ipg=&_from=, http://www.dcuguide.com/chronology.php?name=superman. Superman ‘Final Days’ Reading Order Ansuz on April 16, 2016 / 2 comments So as we begin to wind down the current state of the DC Universe before we see the DC Rebirth begin, they are putting an end to the current New 52 run of Superman with a storyline called Final Days. Wait, why is Action Comics 23.2, 25, and 0, the beginning of the list? The Death of Superman is an iconic Superman storyline centered around the (perceived), well, Death of Superman. New Earth The Death of Superman is a great slugfest story. The crash causes yet another gas line to rupture causing an explosion near an orphanage which Superman takes on the brunt of the explosion to prevent injury to others. This provides the best flow I feel. As the battle continues the creature grabs Superman and tosses him into the nearby Daily Planet helicopter with Lois and Jimmy aboard. Year Published: 1992 Featured Characters: Superman, Doomsday Previous Event: … I didn’t place anywhere those comics: In the first issue, Lois Lane reveals that her husband was present - in costume - ready to step in to fight Darkseid during the initial "Justice League" storyline, meaning Supes was keeping tabs on this alternate, younger version of himself.