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Issue #01 - Men of Steel
Release Date: Sep. 11, 1996 (First Issue)
Written by Paul Dini; art by Rick Burchett, Terry Austin; cover by Bruce Timm.


Upset over the defeat of his LEX SKEL 5000 Battle Suit, Lex unleashes a robotic Man Of Steel after Superman to destroy his name and the man of steel himself.

 
Issue #02 - Be Careful What You Wish For...
Release Date: Oct. 2, 1996
Written by Scott McCloud; art by Rick Burchett, Terry Austin; cover by Rick Burchett, Terry Austin


A woman claiming to be Superman's girlfriend gets more than she bargained for when Metallo comes calling.

 
Issue #03 - Distant Thunder
Release Date: Nov. 6, 1996
Written by Scott McCloud; art by Rick Burchett, Terry Austin; cover by Rick Burchett, Terry Austin


Brainiac returns to wreak havoc on Metropolis and get even with Superman and take back his Kryptonian Orb.

 
Issue #04 - Eye To Eye
Release Date: Dec. 4, 1996.
Written by Scott McCloud; art by Rick Burchett, Terry Austin; cover by Rick Burchett, Terry Austin


Superman is hit with a gravity amplifier and Jimmy tries to catch all the action, with dangerous results!


 
Issue #05 - Balance of Power
Release Date: Jan. 3, 1997.
Written by Scott McCloud; art by Bret Blevins, Terry Austin; cover by Rick Burchett, Terry Austin


Livewire takes over the airwaves in order to give females reporters more exposure. (No lie!)


 
Issue #06 - Seonimod <Dominoes>
Release Date: Feb. 5, 1997.
Written by Scott McCloud; art by Rick Burchett, Terry Austin; cover by Rick Burchett, Terry Austin


Superman must relive the complete destruction of Metropolis in order to prevent it.


 
Issue #07 - All Creatures Great And Small - Part 1
Release Date: Mar. 5, 1997.
Written by Scott McCloud; art by Rick Burchett, Terry Austin; cover by Rick Burchett, Terry Austin


General Jax-Ur wants to get his revenge on Superman and Metropolis, and goes to pretty big lengths to get it done!

 
Issue #08 - All Creatures Great And Small Part 2
Release Date: Apr. 16, 1997.
Written by Scott McCloud; art by Rick Burchett, Terry Austin; cover by Rick Burchett, Terry Austin


People are running for cover as a giant-size Jax-Ur begins a rampage through Metropolis.
Issue #09 - Return of the Hero
Release Date: May 7, 1997.
Written by Scott McCloud; art by Mike Manley, Terry Austin; cover by Rick Burchett, Terry Austin


As fires rage through Metropolis, another side of Lex Luthor is revealed.


 
Issue #10 - Don't Try This At Home
Release Date: Jun. 4, 1997.
Written by Scott McCloud; art by Rick Burchett, Terry Austin; cover by Rick Burchett, Terry Austin


Toyman is back and he unleashes some new, even deadlier, toys upon Metropolis and Superman must stop him, naturally.

 
Issue #11 - The War Within - Part 1
Release Date: Jul. 2, 1997.
Written by Scott McCloud; art by Rick Burchett, Terry Austin; cover by Rick Burchett, Terry Austin


Lois Lane investigates into the not-so-heroics recent acts of Superman and discovers a startling secret.


 
Issue #12 - The War Within - Part 2
Release Date: Aug. 6, 1997.
Written by Scott McCloud; art by Rick Burchett, Terry Austin; cover by Rick Burchett, Terry Austin


Lois Lane searches the globe to find a cure for Superman while the Man of Steel inches closer to death.


 
Issue #13 - Grand Slam
Release Date: Sep. 3, 1997.
Written by Scott McCloud; art by Rick Burchett, Terry Austin; cover by Rick Burchett, Terry Austin


Superman must play an intergalactic game of Baseball to determine Earth's fate.


 
Issue #14 - Stop The Presses!
Release Date: Oct. 8, 1997.
Written by Mike Evanier; art by Neil Vokes, Terry Austin; cover by Rick Burchett, Terry Austin


Reporters from all over Metropolis quiz citizens as to whether or not they feel safer with the Man of Steel as the city's protector.

 
Issue #15 - Maximum Effect
Release Date: Nov. 5, 1997.
Written by Mike Evanier; art by Rick Burchett, Terry Austin; cover by Rick Burchett, Terry Austin


Bibbo attempts to help Superman on a case so he can prove that he and Big Blue are "pals."


 
Issue #16 - Clark Kent, You're A Nobody
Release Date: Dec. 3, 1997.
Written by Mark Millar; art by Aluir Almancio, Terry Austin; cover by Rick Burchett, Terry Austin


Clark Kent discovers that he has no more powers, and someone else is flying around as Superman. Who could be behind this?

 
Issue #17 - Superman's Pal's Pal
Release Date: Jan. 7, 1998.
Written by Chris Duffy; art by Neil Vokes, Terry Austin; cover by Rick Burchett, Terry Austin


Jimmy shows the new Daily Planet intern around Metropolis and stumbles into trouble - repeatedly.


 
Issue #18 - It's A Super Life!
Release Date: Feb. 11, 1998.
Written by Devin K. Grayson; art by Aluir Almancio, Terry Austin; cover by Rick Burchett, Terry Austin


Clark Kent begins to realize that his other life as Superman is interfering with his work.

 
Issue #19 - The Bodyguard of Steel
Release Date: Mar. 11, 1998.
Written by Mark Millar; art by Aluir Almancio, Terry Austin; cover by Rick Burchett, Terry Austin


After receiving numerous threats, Superman offers his services as a bodyguard to the President.


 
Issue #20 - Hide N' Seek
Release Date: Apr. 8, 1998.
Written by Jordan B. Gorfinkel; art by Neil Vokes, Terry Austin; cover by Rick Burchett, Terry Austin


Superman encounters a group of thieves who can instantly teleport, without leaving a trace.

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