Superman: Doomsday & Beyond

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Superman: Doomsday & Beyond
Superman Doomsday Beyond.jpg
Cover of Superman: Doomsday & Beyond  (1993).
Author Louise Simonson
Illustrator Dan Jurgens; José Luis García-López
Cover artist Alex Ross
Country United States
Language English
Genre Superhero fiction
Publisher Bantam Books
Publication date
1993
Media type Paperback
Pages 190
ISBN 0-553-48168-1

Superman: Doomsday & Beyond, also known as Superman Lives!, is a licensed novel, published in 1993, set in the DC Comics universe, written by Louise Simonson, and with illustrations from Dan Jurgens and José Luis García-López. It is a young-adult version of The Death of Superman comics storyline from 1992. An audio adaptation of the storyline, using the same title, aired on BBC Radio 1 also in 1993, which was released on audio cassette in 1993 and CD in 2005.[1]

Source material[edit]

The book draws upon events from the following:

Man of Steel #1-6 (limited series, 1986)
Superman #73-82 (1992–93)
Action Comics #683-692 (1992-93)
Superman: The Man of Steel #17-26 (1992-93)
Adventures of Superman #496-505 (1992-93)

Editions[edit]

Superman: Doomsday & Beyond (paperback), Bantam Books ISBN 0-553-48168-1

Voice Cast[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "An interview with Dirk Maggs". SciFiOnline. November 15, 2005.