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It's Superman! by Tom de Haven
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This work features the world's most enduring superhero in an extraordinary and thrilling novel that reinvents the early years of the Man of Steel - essential reading for fans of July 2006's blockbuster movie "Superman Returns". "It's Superman!" is a fun and fast-paced tale of exciting misadventures, ill-fitting costumes and heroic escapades. Beginning in Smallville, a shooting incident at the theatre reveals to Clark Kent that he's bulletproof, and sets him on a path of discovery to his true identity. Meanwhile, in Metropolis, Lois Lane's latest ex, Willi Berg, has stumbled upon a horrific murder scene and the involvement of Lex Luthor, a prominent citizen on the rise to power. Willi is framed for the murder, but flees to Smallville, where he meets Clark. Travelling to Hollywood, Clark becomes a stuntman and, given a costume befitting his abilities, discovers he can fly - and Superman makes an unexpected debut in a daring rescue. Coming to New York, Willi and Clark meet with Lois, who doesn't believe Willi's tale of a 'Superman'. Clark attempts to get hired at the Daily Planet, and stumbles upon evidence that will clear Willi. Lex Luthor, now a notable politician, has begun the construction of the sinister LexBots, marketed as the must-buy item of the year. But a LexBot has gone rogue, and Superman must reveal himself and meet his greatest nemesis for the first time...

Author Biography

Tom De Haven is the author of eight novels, including Funny Papers and Derby Dugan's Depression Funnies, which have won him acclaim and recognition in the USA. A frequent contributor to Entertainment Weekly and the New York Times, he lives in Virginia.
Release date Australia
June 19th, 2006
Author
Audience
  • General (US: Trade)
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
HarperCollins Entertainment
Pages
432
Dimensions
139x201x27
ISBN-13
9780007236305
Product ID
1631647

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