JOHN BYRNE’s SUPERMAN: THE MAN OF STEEL OMNIBUS Coming in 2020

Including works by Wolfman, Ordway and MORE!

Long have I been on record that John Byrne’s Superman is the greatest version of the Man of Steel ever to see print. (Click here for much more on that.)

So dig this: His acclaimed run will be collected in an omnibus in July 2020 — along with concurrent stories by Marv Wolfman, Paul Levitz, Jerry Ordway and more.

Dig the newly released official solicitation info, including placeholder art:

SUPERMAN: THE MAN OF STEEL OMNIBUS BY JOHN BYRNE VOL. 1 HC


Written by JOHN BYRNE, MARV WOLFMAN, PAUL LEVITZ, and JIM STARLIN
Art by JOHN BYRNE, JERRY ORDWAY, ARTHUR ADAMS, DAN JURGENS, and others
Cover by JOHN BYRNE
Following the events of Crisis on Infinite Earths, writer/artist John Byrne reimagined Superman for a new era in the bold tales collected here in omnibus format! Byrne retold Superman’s origin story and propelled him into encounters with Lex Luthor, Metallo, Darkseid—and The Joker! Collects Action Comics #584-593, Action Comics Annual #1, Adventures of Superman #424-435, Adventures of Superman Annual #1, Legion of Super-Heroes #37-38, Superman #1-11, Superman Annual #1, and The Man of Steel #1-6.
ON SALE 07.22.20
$125.00 US | 7.0625” x 10.875” | 1,152 PAGES
FC | ISBN: 978-1-77950-274-2

Again, we’re talking some of the greatest Superman stories ever told, so start booking your metaphorical trip to Metropolis now.

MORE

— THE SPECTRE’s Silver and Bronze Age Classics to Get Omnibus Release. Click here.

— EXCLUSIVE: BATGIRL’s Debut to Be Re-Released as Facsimile Edition. Click here.

Author: Dan Greenfield

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    • The Man of Steel Reboot Issues began around 1986 after Crisis on Infinite Earths has eliminated the DC Universe.

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  1. Could not find on Amazon. I’m in if it gets a release.

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    • ^ Buck, only just got announced today so it may take some time before it’s listed. In any case, looking forward to it! I have my custom-bound run of this but for this kind of deluxe presentation I’ll happily double-dip.

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  2. Very cool. I’ve always wondered why Byrne’s Man of Steel mini has never received a Deluxe Hardcover Edition? Here’s hoping his New Gods/Fourth World run receives an Omnibus!

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