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Issue #41 - Twenty-Two Stories In A Single Bound
Release Date: Jan. 12, 2000.
Written by Mark Millar; art by Ty Templeton, Rick Burchett, Min S. Ku, Aluir Almancio, and various, TerrY Beatty; cover by Mike Manley and Terry Austin

Twenty-two stories are told about the various members of Superman and his supporting cast.

Issue #42 - Living (Scott) Free
Release Date: Feb. 9, 2000.
Written by Mike Evanier; art by Neil Vokes, Terry Beatty; cover by Mike Manley and Terry Austin


When Mr. Miracle escapes to Earth, Granny Goodness and some flunkies from Apokolips attempt to recapture him.

Issue #43 - Are You My Mother Box?
Release Date: Mar. 8, 2000.
Written by Jordan B. Gorfinkel; art by Min S. Ku, Terry Austin; cover by Mike Manley and Terry Austin


A regular thug rises to power after picking up a Mother Box, dropped by a Parademon.

Issue #44 - Law and Orders
Release Date: Apr. 12, 2000.
Written by David Michelinie; art by Aluir Almancio, Terry Austin; cover by Mike Manley and Terry Austin


The Commander escapes prison, and wants revenge on Superman.

Issue #45 - Mateless In Metropolis
Release Date: May 10, 2000.
Written by Jeff Grubb; art by Aluir Almancio, Terry Austin; cover by Mike Manley and Terry Austin


Three girls head to Metropolis to find their mom a husband. Their pics? Superman, Luthor, or Clark Kent.


Issue #46 - The Fallen
Release Date: Jun. 14, 2000.
Written by S.C Bury; art by Neil Vokes, Terry Austin; cover by Mike Manley and Terry Austin


After a devastating battle, Superman crashes into Smallville with no memory of who he is.


Issue #47 - Bigger Than Big, Smaller Than Small
Release Date: Jul. 12, 2000.
Written by Kelley Puckett; art by Aluir Almancio, Terry Austin; cover by Mike Manley and Terry Austin


When Superman begins to shrink down after an alien attack, will S.T.A.R. Labs be able to save him before he shrinks into infinity?
Issue #48 - The Believer
Release Date: Aug. 9, 2000.
Written by Jay Faeber; art by Neil Vokes, Terry Austin; cover by Mike Manley and Terry Austin


When a child is abducted by aliens, the only witness is an old man whom no one believes.


Issue #49 - The Challenge
Release Date: Sep. 6, 2000.
Written by Michael Reeves; art by Aluir Almancio, Terry Austin; cover by Mike Manley and Terry Austin


Superman must wage hand-to-hand combat for the future of Earth...without his super-powers. An alien warrior has taken away Superman's powers by turning the sun red. How will the Man of Steel beat him in unarmed combat?
Issue #50 - Murderer!
Release Date: Oct. 4, 2000.

Superman is accused of killing a member of an underground society.



Issue #51 - How Many Miles To Nowhere Atoll?
Release Date: Nov. 8, 2000.
Written by Dean Motter; art by Neil Vokes, Terry Austin; cover by Mike Manley and Terry Austin


Both Lois and Lana have assignments on a cruise ship which runs afoul of bad weather. Shipwrecked, they come across a marooned scientist who has one chance of restoring his late wife to life -- but it involves sacrificing two women to an elder island god. Where is Superman?
Issue #52 - A Death In The Family
Release Date: Dec. 6, 2000.
Written by Mark Millar; art by Aluir Almancio, Terry Beatty; cover by Mike Manley and Terry Austin


When Supergirl contracts a lethal disease, Superman turns to Luthor for help, but will Luthor help save her?


Issue #53 - The Greatest Escape
Release Date: Jan. 17, 2001.
Written by Mark Evanier; art by Neil Vokes, Terry Austin; cover by Mike Manley and Terry Austin


There's only one man who's never needed Superman's help to rescue him from a desperate situation, and that's Scott Free -, the world's greatest escape artist known as Mister Miracle. But when Darkseid gifts Granny Goodness with a weapon that can kill even Superman, will Mister Miracle need to rescue the Man of Steel?
Issue #54 - Kryptonite No More - Part 1
Release Date: Feb. 21, 2001.
Written by Dean Motter; art by Neil Vokes, Terry Austin; cover by Mike Manley and Terry Austin


Lex Luthor's experiment with an outer space mineral has rendered all of Earth's Kryptonite utterly harmless to Superman. But why would Luthor make things better for the Man of Steel? Or is there something more sinister behind all of this?
Issue #55 - Kryptonite No More - Part 2
Release Date: Mar. 21, 2001.
Written by Dean Motter; art by Neil Vokes, Terry Austin; cover by Mike Manley and Terry Austin


The world is free of Kryptonite, thanks to Lex Luthor's bid to turn its radiation into a safe energy source and render it harmless to Superman...but it comes with a price.

Issue #56 - Poker Face
Release Date: Apr. 18, 2001.
Written by Dan Jolley; art by Neil Vokes, Terry Austin; cover by Mike Manley and Terry Austin


Lobo loses in a poker game, but his bet was the planet Earth!  Now the alien winner has taken claim and control of the world, leaving it up to Superman to save the day once again.  But the alien isn't about to give up his prize that easily...
Issue #57 - Four-Point Perspective
Release Date: May 16, 2001.
Written by Dan Scott; art by Cameron Stewart, Terry Austin; cover by Mike Manley and Terry Austin


Four eyewitnesses recount a battle between Superman and Kalibak of Apokolips, and how their lives have been affected by what they've seen.

Issue #58 - What Lurks Below
Release Date: Jun. 20, 2001.
Written by Michael Reaves; art by Aluir Almancio, Terry Austin; cover by Alex Ross


A mall opening in Metropolis uncovers an arcane entity that has existed in the city for a thousand years! But when this entity becomes a threat to the city, will the Man of Steel Be able to stop it in time?

Issue #59 - Ghost Flowers
Release Date: Jul. 18, 2001.
Written by Dan Jolley; art by Neil Vokes, Terry Austin; cover by Mike Manley and Terry Austin


A mysterious presence stalks a woman through the streets of Metropolis. But when the Man of Steel tries to protect the woman, he can't!  The presence is mystical in nature... and Superman is powerless against magic!
Issue #60 - Roughnecks
Release Date: Aug. 15, 2001.
Written by Jordan B. Gorfinkel; art by Min S. Ku, Terry Austin; cover by Mike Manley and Terry Austin


Wouldn't it be great to be Superman's Pal?  Jimmy Olsen used to think so, but now he's convinced that's the only reason people ever talk to him.  Desperate to get noticed without Superman's influence, Jimmy inadvertently joins a band of "Roughnecks!"
Issue #61 - Nothing Up My Sleeve
Release Date: Sept. 12, 2001.
Written by Andy Merrill; art by Aluir Amancio and Terry Austin; cover by Mike Manley and Austin


Superman battles the Parasite! But although the fight is as serious as it gets, the real story is about two street corner magicians who are sure they are as powerful as the Man of Steel!

Issue #62 -Heart of Stone
Release Date: Oct. 3, 2001.
Written by Michael Reaves; art by Neil Vokes and Terry Austin; cover by Mike Manley and Austin


Superman faces Metallo and#8249; one of his arch-enemies who has the potential to be the deadliest, due to his Kryptonite heart! Will Metallo's team-up with Lex Luthor lead to the Man of Steel's demise...or a dramatic double-cross?
Issue #63 - Magic Wand
Release Date: Nov. 7, 2001.
Written by Dan Jolley; art by Neil Vokes and Terry Austin; cover by Mike Manley and Austin


A young woman whose life has been tragically changed by a stalker gains a super-power that finally will free her of the unwanted attention. But can she use her powers as responsibly as Superman uses his?

Issue #64 - Brainiac Beyond
Release Date: Dec. 5, 2001.
Written by Jordan B. Gorfinkel; art by Aluir Amancio and Terry Austin; cover by Mike Manley


How is it possible that the Man of Steel is teaming up with Terry McGinnis, the Batman of the future? A time-travelling Brainiac holds the answer.

Issue #65 - Power Play - Part 1
Release Date: Jan. 2, 2002.
Written by Evan Dorkin and Sarah Dyer; art by Aluir Amancio and Terry Austin; cover by Mike Manley and Austin


The long-comatose Livewire has sprung back to life at last, just in time to become a pawn of Lex Luthor in a deadly game between the millionaire and an enemy that can engulf even him!
Issue #66 - Power Play - Part 2
Release Date: Feb. 6, 2002. (Final Issue)
Written by Evan Dorkin and Sarah Dyer; art by Aluir Amancio, Wayne Faucher and Terry Austin; cover by Mike Manley and Austin


Livewire has been a pawn in a game that's brought Lex Luthor into a pact with Darkseid, who has transported them (along with the Man of Steel) to Apokolips!



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