Superman: The Man of Steel is the title of a monthly American comic book series that ran 136 issues (ending with issue #134) from 1991 to 2003. published by DC Comics, featuring Superman. As a consequence of introducing this series alongside its already existing titles, DC Comics was able to publish a new Superman comic each week. Included in these 136 issues were two special issues: #0 (October 1994, published between issues #37 and #38) and #1,000,000 (November 1998), both of which related to other storylines crossing over the DC Universe, Zero Hour and DC One Million.

The first issue was written by Louise Simonson and featured art by Jon Bogdanove, Tom Grummett, Bob McLeod (comics), Dan Jurgens, Dennis Janke, Jerry Ordway, and Brett Breeding.

Issues 22 through 26 of the series were a part of the story The Reign of the Supermen storyline which received the Comics Buyer's Guide Fan Award for Favorite Comic-Book Story for 1993.

The title, Superman: The Man of Steel, would be used again for a series of trade paperbacks collecting the early adventures of the Post-Crisis Superman. The first volume collects and retitles The Man of Steel (comic book) limited series.






Superman comic book series
Comic Strips SupermanWednesday Comics
Regular comic book series Action ComicsThe Adventures of SupermanSupermanSuperman: The Man of SteelSuperman: The Man of TomorrowSuperman: World of New KryptonThe Superman FamilySuperman UnchainedSuperman Family Adventures
Spin-off series Superman's Girl Friend Lois LaneSuperman's Pal Jimmy OlsenSupergirlSuperboyLegion of Super-HeroesSteelAdventure ComicsEradicatorPower Girl
Team-up series with other heroes Justice League of AmericaWorld's FinestSuperman/BatmanBatman/SupermanTrinity
Based on other media Superboy: The Comic BookSuperman AdventuresLegion of Super-Heroes in the 31st CenturySmallvilleKrypto the SuperdogSmallville Season 11
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