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Issue #21 - The Last Daughter of Argo
Cover Date - July 1998.
Written by Evan Dorkin and Sarah Dyer; art by Bret Blevins, Terry Austin; cover by Bruce Timm


As Supergirl fears the upcoming winter season, Mala, Jax-Ur, and General Zod attack Metropolis.


Issue #22 - War Games Part 1
Cover Date - August 1998.
Written by Mark Millar; art by Aluir Almancio, Terry Austin; cover by Rick Burchett and Terry Austin


Electronics are going down all over Metropolis, and no one can figure out why. Superman figures it may be one of his enemies, but who?

Issue #23 - War Games Part 2
Cover Date - September 1998.
Written by Mark Millar; art by Aluir Almancio, Terry Austin; cover by Rick Burchett and Terry Austin


With the world on the brink of destruction, and Superman trapped in the Phantom Zone, who's gonna do what to save Earth?

Issue #24 - Power Corrupts, Superpower Corrupts Absolutely
Cover Date - October 1998.
Written by Mark Millar; art by Aluir Almancio, Terry Austin; cover by Rick Burchett and Terry Austin


Parasite is able to once again steal Superman's powers, but what is his motivation for it this time?


Issue #25 - (Almost) The World's Finest Team
Cover Date - November 1998.
Written by Mark Millar; art by Mike Manley, Terry Austin; cover by Rick Burchett and Terry Austin


Batgirl and Superman work reluctantly together to find out where the Mad Hatter is holding Bruce Wayne hostage.

Issue #26 - Yesterday's Man of Tomorrow
Cover Date - December 1998.
Written by Mark Millar; art by Aluir Almancio, Terry Austin; cover by Rick Burchett and Terry Austin


Mxy the trouble imp travels back in time to convince a young Clark Kent to reconsider his possible future superhero ways.

Issue #27 - How Much Can One Man Hate?
Cover Date - January 1999.
Written by Mark Millar; art by Aluir Almancio, Terry Austin; cover by Rick Burchett and Terry Austin


Lex Luthor finds a new way to defeat Superman, by creating a new hero to replace him.


Issue #28 - Jimmy Olsen VS. Darkseid
Cover Date - February 1999.
Written by Mark Millar; art by Aluir Almancio, Terry Austin; cover by Rick Burchett and Terry Austin


Superman is taken to Apokolips moments after he accidentally switches bodies with Jimmy Olsen.


Issue #29 - Bride of Bizarro
Cover Date - March 1999.
Written by Mark Millar; art by Aluir Almancio, Terry Beatty; cover by Rick Burchett and Terry Austin


Lobo tricks Bizarro intro returning to earth by promising him a bride.


Issue #30 - Family Reunion - Part 1
Cover Date - April 1999.
Written by Mark Millar; art by Aluir Almancio, Terry Beatty; cover by Mike Manley and Terry Austin


After being caught in an explosion, Superman discovers that a year has msteriously past, and his entire life has fallen apart.

Issue #31 - Family Reunion Part 2
Cover Date - May 1999.
Written by Mark Millar; art by Aluir Almancio, Terry Beatty; cover by Mike Manley and Terry Austin


With Superman imprisoned on New Krypton, he and his father must watch in horror as his mother sends out Kal-El and Kara to destroy Earth, starting with Metropolis.

Issue #32 - Sullivan's Girlfriend, Lois Lane
Cover Date - June 1999.
Written by Mark Millar; art by Neil Vokes, Terry Austin; cover by Mike Manley and Terry Austin


A Daily Planet janitor takes advantage of a hypnotized Lois Lane and makes her his girlfriend.


Issue #33 - Clark Kent Is Superman And I Can Prove It
Cover Date - July 1999.
Written by Mark Millar; art by Neil Vokes, Terry Austin; cover by Mike Manley and Terry Austin


Someone from Clark Kent's past has supposedly stumbled onto the truth of his secret identity.


Issue #34 - Sanctuary
Cover Date - August 1999.
Written by Mark Millar; art by Mike Manley, Terry Austin; cover by Mike Manley and Terry Austin


Dr. Fate must stop an alien entity from finding Superman's body and taking it over.


Issue #35 - Never Play With The Toyman's Toys!
Cover Date - September 1999.
Written by Mark Millar; art by Aluir Almancio, Terry Austin; cover by Mike Manley and Terry Austin


Someone is using the Toyman's toys to rob Metropolis blind, but who's using his toys, and how? Toyman's still in jail...

Issue #36 - This Is A Job For Superman
Cover Date - October 1999.
Written by Mark Millar; art by Aluir Almancio, Terry Austin; cover by Mike Manley and Terry Austin


While Superman stops various crimes in Metropolis, a little boy hopes Superman can find his missing dog.


Issue #37 - Clark Kent: Public Enemy
Cover Date - November 1999.
Written by Mark Millar; art by Aluir Almancio, Terry Austin; cover by Mike Manley and Terry Austin


Clark Kent goes on a rampage and...Superman must take him down? What the...? Will Superman be able to find out who's behind this before his alter-ego pays the price?

Issue #38 - If I Ruled The World
Cover Date - December 1999.
Written by Mark Millar; art by Aluir Almancio, Terry Austin; cover by Mike Manley and Terry Austin


The Parasite sucks Mxy's powers and wreaks havoc throughout Metropolis!


Issue #39 - Reunion
Cover Date - January 2000.
Written by Evan Dorkin and Sarah Dyer; art by Brett Blevins, Terry Austin; cover by Mike Manley and Terry Austin


After laying her family to rest on her home planet, Supergirl and Superman unknowingly bring back something with them from Supergirl's past.
Issue #40 - Old Wounds
Cover Date - February 2000.
Written by Ty Templeton and Dan Slott; art by Neil Vokes, Terry Austin; cover by Mike Manley and Terry Austin


Mxy decides to become Superman's pal by bringing back his dog Krypto. Big mistake.

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