History ComicBook / TheManOfSteel

15th Jul '17 1:34:58 AM PaulA
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* ItsPersonal: After being arrested by Superman, Lex swore he'll make him back and show Metropolis who's the most powerful man in the city is.

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* ItsPersonal: After being arrested by Superman, Lex swore he'll make pay him back and show Metropolis who's who the most powerful man in the city is.
14th Jul '17 11:23:25 AM Brick3621
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* GroinAttack: In Issue #4, Lois and Clark encounter a couple of South American terrorists onboard Lex's luxury liner during a party and even though the terrorists themselves are armed, Lois isn't afraid of them as she kicks one of them in the groin so that she can then get his gun and start to fight back against the terrorists until Superman arrives.

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* GroinAttack: In Issue #4, Lois and Clark encounter a couple of South American terrorists onboard on board Lex's luxury liner during a party and even though the terrorists themselves are armed, Lois isn't afraid of them as she kicks one of them in the groin so that she can then get his gun and start to fight back against the terrorists until Superman arrives.



* ItsPersonal: After being arrested by Superman, Lex swore he'll make him back and show Metrpolis who's the most powerful man in the city is.

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* ItsPersonal: After being arrested by Superman, Lex swore he'll make him back and show Metrpolis Metropolis who's the most powerful man in the city is.
14th May '17 5:55:10 AM VicGeorge2011
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* MidnightSnack: In issue 6, Clark Kent gets up in the middle of the night while staying with his adopted family the Kents to get a snack from the refrigerator when he encounters a holographic vision of his real father Jor-El, who touches his son and begins to reveal his true origin as the last son of Krypton.
23rd Jan '17 8:00:45 PM PaulA
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* OurNudityIsDifferent: Kryptonians are shown dressing in outfits that cover their entire bodies except their faces. When Lara views Jor-El's images of Earth, she is horrified at the sight of a field worker with his shirt off, which qualifies as obscene exposure by Kryptonian standards.
23rd Jan '17 7:57:28 PM PaulA
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* NakedFreakOut: Lara freaks out when she sees a human farmer on Earth with his torso exposed. Apparently Kryptonian society is so repressed when it comes to nudity that any appearance of it to a Kryptonian has become scandalous.
23rd Jan '17 11:57:09 AM VicGeorge2011
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* NakedFreakOut: Lara freaks out when she sees a human farmer on Earth with his torso exposed. Apparently Kryptonian society is so repressed when it comes to nudity that any appearance of it to a Kryptonian has become scandalous.
31st Jul '16 2:36:49 PM nombretomado
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'''''The Man of Steel''''' is a six-issue mini-series, by Creator/JohnByrne, published in 1986 by DCComics.

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'''''The Man of Steel''''' is a six-issue mini-series, by Creator/JohnByrne, published in 1986 by DCComics.
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9th May '16 4:48:35 AM AnotherGuy
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* MysteriousProtector: Clark was doing this til the space plane forced him to rescue it in public. His worst fears were confirmed shortly afterward, when he told his parents about how he was mobbed by people, "They all wanted a ''piece'' of me." This led to his creation of a SecretIdentity so he could have a private life.
3rd May '16 12:23:48 PM AnotherGuy
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* ObstructiveVigilantism: Addressed. In #4, the Mayor deputizes Superman, allowing him to do more than just a citizen's arrest of Luthor. Since Superman obeys the laws, he remains a deputy for Metropolis for the rest of the run, averting this trope.
3rd Apr '16 4:38:12 PM JudasZala
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''The Man of Steel'' was followed up by three four-issue limited series (also written by Byrne) that explored the Post-Crisis world of Superman: ''The World of Krypton'', ''The World of Smallville'', and ''The World of Metropolis''.

Not to be confused with the later published ''Superman: The Man of Steel,'' which was published from July 1991 to March 2003.
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