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"Afterburn": Superman continues to render aid to any who need in the wake of the "Fall of Metropolis". He meets with Myra Allen who is keeping a watch over her orphan charges. Suddenly, a giant cybernetic robot rise up from out of the ground and begins targeting sp


Quote1 So much of Metropolis is rubble now! It's like Luthor was determined not to leave a stone on top of stone! But the real toll was in people's lives! Quote2
-- Superman



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  • SCU van

Synopsis for "Afterburn"

Superman continues to render aid to any who need in the wake of the "Fall of Metropolis". He meets with Myra Allen who is keeping a watch over her orphan charges. Suddenly, a giant cybernetic robot rise up from out of the ground and begins targeting specific individuals with a death ray emanating from its visor.

Meanwhile, Professor Emil Hamilton finds postal worker Fred Bentson at one of the triage tents. Bentson reveals that he has been suffering from a sleep disorder and Hamilton refers him to a special clinic near the Hobsneck Bridge.

Later, the killer robot comes to Hob's Bay and begins going after Myra and the kids. It blasts Myra with an energizer ray, burning her to death. It then begins targeting Keith and the others. Superman arrives and begins fighting the robot. He lifts into the sky and hurls it into outer space.

At the Hob's Bay sleep center, Fred Benston is hooked up to a machine to study his dreams. He suddenly finds himself whisked away to a parallel dimension populated by a unique assortment of super-heroes; one of whom is the electrokinetic known as Static.



Notes

  • The triangle navigation number on the cover to this issue reads 1994/28 when it should actually read 1994/25.
  • The reason why the Newstime Building wasn't destroyed was explained in Action Comics #700.

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Action Comics #700: 1994/24
Superman
1994 Navigation
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Superman (volume 2) #91: 1994/26


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Worlds Collide Crossover
This issue is related to the Worlds Collide crossover event, bringing together the mainstream DC Universe characters with those of Milestone Media.

Action Comics 700
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Fall of Metropolis Crossover

This issue is related to the Battle for Metropolis and Fall of Metropolis storylines, spanning through the Superman Titles in 1994, and involving the battle for, and then fall of Metropolis.


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Action Comics #700: 1994/24
Superman
1994 Navigation
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Superman (volume 2) #91: 1994/26


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