Superman
Birthright: The Origin Of The Man Of Steel

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  • Over the years since his 1938 debut, legends of his origins have been told and retold - but now, for the first time, the biggest questions are finally answered: Why does Superman do what he does? Is it simply a good heart that compels him to wage a never-ending battle for truth and justice, or is there another reason? What is it really like to be a hero in today’s world? And why would a man who can fly and lift tanks choose to hide behind a pair of glasses? Collects the 12-issue miniseries that features the entire modern-day retelling of Superman along with an introduction by Smallville television producers Al Gough and Miles Millar and a sketchbook section!

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Product Description

  • Artists
    Leinel Francis Yu  
    Gerry Alanguilan  
    Author
    Mark Waid  
    Binding
    trade paperback  
    Cat No.
    1142778  
    EAN
    978140120252151999  
    Genre
    Superheroes  
    ISBN
    9781401202521  
    Publisher
    DC Comics  
    Series
    Superman  
    DC  
    Type
    Graphic Novels  
  • Over the years since his 1938 debut, legends of his origins have been told and retold - but now, for the first time, the biggest questions are finally answered: Why does Superman do what he does? Is it simply a good heart that compels him to wage a never-ending battle for truth and justice, or is there another reason? What is it really like to be a hero in today’s world? And why would a man who can fly and lift tanks choose to hide behind a pair of glasses? Collects the 12-issue miniseries that features the entire modern-day retelling of Superman along with an introduction by Smallville television producers Al Gough and Miles Millar and a sketchbook section!

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