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Preview: Superman #50

Superman returns in all his glory in this very special issue that sees the Man of Steel back to full power as he faces his greatest enemy and also comes face to face with the pre-Flashpoint Kal-El!

At last, it’s the meeting of the Supermen you’ve been waiting for!

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