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The Man of Steel: Superman vs. the Doomsday Army
The Man of Steel: Superman vs. the Doomsday Army
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DC Super Heroes

The Man of Steel: Superman vs. the Doomsday Army

Thousands of aliens have targeted Earth. The MAN OF STEEL battles them in back into orbit, and opens the armor of one of the soldiers. Inside is DOOMSDAY! Superman breaks open more armor. All the soldiers are DOOMSDAY clones — thousands and thousands of clones! One Doomsday is bad enough, but now there are infinite Doomsdays!

PublisherStone Arch Books
BrandDC Super Heroes
Age Level8-12 Years
Reading LevelGrades 2-3
Trim Size5 1/4 x 7 1/2
Page Count88



Fiction State of Mind blog - Kai

"I always enjoy the Capstone chapter books and this one was no exception." - Fiction State of Mind blog

July 15, 2013

Book Girl blog

"This story should have no problem holding a kids attention because it's non-stop action and adventure. This is a fast paced five chapter book that's full of excitement and shows Superman at his heroic best." - Book Girl blog

September 17, 2013

Emma Kerry's Notebook blog - Emma

" paced and action packed, ideal for younger kids. . . .Finding a book that is equally entertaining for both me and the kid is a tall order, but this easily fulfils it." - Emma Kerry's Notebook blog

July 26, 2010


Ramblings of a Coffee Addicted Writer blog - Billy Burgess

"...a fast-paced and action-packed chapter book that kids will enjoy reading." - Ramblings of a Coffee Addicted Writer blog

June 19, 2013

NetGalley Review - Terri Broz

"I will consider purchasing this title for my elementary school library." - NetGalley Review

June 8, 2013

Second Bookshelf on the Right blog - Mai

"It's hard to find good books for young boys, but a book featuring a comic book hero sounds like a recipe for success. . . .kids don't need to have read the comic books to understand the story. The book gives the necessary details they need to understand who is who and their relationship with each other. I'd say this is a pretty good introductory book for kids who are curious about Superman or who prefer chapter books to comic books." - Second Bookshelf on the Right blog

June 15, 2013

Laurie S. Sutton

Laurie S. Sutton

Laurie Sutton has read comics since she was a kid. She grew up to become an editor for Marvel, DC Comics, Starblaze, and Tekno Comics. She has written Adam Strange for DC, Star Trek: Voyager for Marvel, plus Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Witch Hunter for Malibu Comics. There are long boxes of comics in her closet where there should be clothing and shoes. Laurie has lived all over the world, and currently resides in Florida.

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