Superman #114-130 (1996-1997)

Written by: Tom Peyer , Mark Waid Pencils by: Steven Butler , Chris Marrinan , Chris Renaud , Curt Swan Inks by: Pam Eklund , Dick Giordano Cover by: Kieron Dwyer , Patrick Martin

Brainiac continue to roam the planet while in the Man of Steel’s body. Meanwhile, Superman is powerless to stop his arch foe while trapped in the body of a normal teenage boy.

Superman, 1996-06-00 (#114) (digital) (Glorith-Novus-HD)
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Written by: Dan Jurgens Pencils by: Ron Frenz Inks by: Joe Rubinstein Cover by: Ron Frenz , Patrick Martin , Joe Rubinstein

So soon after regaining control of his body from Brainiac, Superman’s control is usurped once more by a mysterious golden-haired woman. Plus, Lois Lane leaves Metropolis behind.

Superman, 1996-07-00 (#115) (digital) (Glorith-Novus-HD)
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Written by: Dan Jurgens Pencils by: Ron Frenz Inks by: Joe Rubinstein Cover by: Ron Frenz , Patrick Martin , Joe Rubinstein

In the conclusion of the bottle city saga, Superman must kill the Daxamite sent to destroy him or become the city’s newest permanent resident!

Superman, 1996-08-00 (#116) (digital) (Glorith-Novus-HD)
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Written by: Dan Jurgens Pencils by: Ron Frenz Inks by: Joe Rubinstein Cover by: Ron Frenz , Patrick Martin , Joe Rubinstein

As the cold, dark night descends, Superman is forced to battle his own Antarctic refuge as the robots within the Fortress of Solitude fail to recognize him as a Kryptonian, perceiving him instead to be an interloper!

Superman, 1996-09-00 (#117) (digital) (Glorith-Novus-HD)
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Written by: Dan Jurgens Pencils by: Ron Frenz Inks by: Joe Rubinstein Cover by: Ron Frenz , Patrick Martin , Joe Rubinstein

In the aftermath of the Sun-Eaters’ attack (see FINAL NIGHT (1996) #1-4), Superman remains powerless. As S.T.A.R. Labs tries to find a way to return his powers, Clark gets some much-needed relationship advice from his close friend, Wonder Woman. Meanwhile, the woman in question, Lois Lane, continues her adventures abroad.

Superman, 1996-10-00 (#118) (digital) (Glorith-Novus-HD)
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Written by: Dan Jurgens Pencils by: Ron Frenz Inks by: Joe Rubinstein Cover by: Ron Frenz , Patrick Martin , Joe Rubinstein

Are Superman’s powers gone forever? Maybe he can recover them with a little help from some young heroes from the future, namely the Legion of Super-Heroes.

Superman, 1996-11-00 (#119) (digital) (Glorith-Novus-HD)
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Written by: Dan Jurgens Pencils by: Ron Frenz Inks by: Joe Rubinstein Cover by: Ron Frenz , Patrick Martin , Joe Rubinstein

Find out what the Last Son of Krypton’s closest friends and enemies would do if they possessed the power of Superman.

Superman, 1996-11-00 (#120) (digital) (Glorith-Novus-HD)
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Written by: Dan Jurgens Pencils by: Dan Jurgens Inks by: Joe Rubinstein Cover by: Dan Jurgens , Patrick Martin , Joe Rubinstein

When Superman gets involved in the life of a mother and her child, marked for death by a gang that controls their neighborhood, he faces the toughest challenge of his career! What can this gang do that can frustrate the best efforts of the Man of Steel?

Superman, 1997-01-00 (#121) (digital) (Glorith-HD)
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Written by: Dan Jurgens Pencils by: Ron Frenz Inks by: Joe Rubinstein Cover by: Ron Frenz , Patrick Martin , Joe Rubinstein

What caused the rebellious young prince of Kandor to phase out of the bottle city? What kind of trouble can befall an entire city whose population is comprised of oddly gifted aliens? Plus, Lois visits the Fortress of Solitude for the first time!

Superman, 1997-02-00 (#122) (digital) (Glorith-HD)
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Written by: Dan Jurgens Pencils by: Ron Frenz Inks by: Joe Rubinstein Cover by: Dan Jurgens , Patrick Martin , Joe Rubinstein

Superman receives a new costume with a new symbol on his chest to go along with his strange new powers. But the costume comes from more than one source. Who has contributed to the suit that helps Superman adjust to his new powers? The answers will surprise and astound you in this event that deeply affects the lives of Superman and those around him.

Superman, 1997-03-00 (#123) (two covers) (digital) (Glorith-HD)
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Written by: Dan Jurgens Pencils by: Ron Frenz Inks by: Joe Rubinstein Cover by: Ron Frenz , Patrick Martin , Joe Rubinstein

The adventures of the Man Beyond Tomorrow continue! Life in Kandor becomes chaotic. A riot is about to ensue, causing their leaders to lose control. Meanwhile, their prince is the newest hero of Metropolis-Scorn! All this and Booster Gold, too. Plus, Jimmy starts to pay for making life worse for Superman.

Superman, 1997-04-00 (#124) (digital) (Glorith-HD)
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Written by: Dan Jurgens Pencils by: Ron Frenz Inks by: Joe Rubinstein Cover by: Ron Frenz , Patrick Martin , Joe Rubinstein

A tale of two cities: Kandor and Metropolis! Scorn, Prince of Kandor, continues his adventures in everybody’s favorite hometown, while the Man Beyond Tomorrow works to bring two warring factions of the bottle city to an understanding. Guest-starring the Atom.

Superman, 1997-05-00 (#125) (digital) (Glorith-HD)
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Written by: Dan Jurgens Pencils by: Ron Frenz Inks by: Joe Rubinstein Cover by: Ron Frenz , Patrick Martin , Joe Rubinstein

Guest-starring Batman! Pressure is mounting for Superman to obtain evidence that would exonerate Luthor at his trial. What evidence might that be? It’s Luthor’s Kryptonite ring, currently located in the Batcave.

Superman, 1997-06-00 (#126) (digital) (Glorith-HD)
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Written by: Dan Jurgens Pencils by: Ron Frenz Inks by: Joe Rubinstein Cover by: Ron Frenz , Patrick Martin , Joe Rubinstein

Jimmy Olsen needs to save face after his televised humiliation at Bibbo’s hands. So he bounces back with the world’s greatest news story-he’ll reveal who Superman really is! Plus, speaking of Bibbo, Yango of the Wild Area drops in on the Ace o’ Clubs. Looks like they’ll hafta replace that front window again!

Superman, 1997-07-00 (#127) (digital) (Glorith-HD)
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Written by: Dan Jurgens Pencils by: Ron Frenz Inks by: Joe Rubinstein Cover by: Ron Frenz , Joe Rubinstein

GENESIS tie-in! Deep within the recesses of the strange, galactic structure known only as the Wall, the Cyborg lives! His consciousness has lain dormant, but now…he’s back! What threat will he pose to Superman, who is on an outer-space mission near New Genesis and struggling to cope with the effect of Genesis on his new powers?

Superman, 1997-08-00 (#128) (digital) (Glorith-HD)
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Written by: Dan Jurgens Pencils by: Paul Ryan Inks by: Joe Rubinstein Cover by: Dan Jurgens , Joe Rubinstein

Scorn and Ashbury Armstrong get a chance to relax, surreptitiously sheltered by Superman, but even the Man Beyond Tomorrow might not be enough to save them from a surprise villain! This issue’s got everything!

Superman, 1997-09-00 (#129) (digital) (Glorith-HD)
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Written by: Dan Jurgens Pencils by: Norm Breyfogle Inks by: Joe Rubinstein Cover by: Ron Frenz , Joe Rubinstein

It’s a costume party and everyone who is anyone is there: Lois, Clark, the Mayor of Metropolis and Scorn and Ashbury! Plus, we get a look at the mysterious dragon’s tooth and a triad of deadly new villains makes its first appearance.

Superman, 1997-10-00 (#130) (digital) (Glorith-HD)
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