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The Death and Life of Superman Presentation

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Mathew Schumer

on 8 February 2012

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The Death and Life of Superman By: Roger Stern Protagonist: Superman Antagonists: Doomsday and Cyborg Superman Conflict Part 1: Doomsday breaks out of his underground prison to destroy everything that he can find. Conflict Part 2: After Superman is resurrected, Cyborg Superman turns out to be Hank Henshaw, a man that Superman saved. Henshaw blames Superman for the death of his wife, so he plans to make Superman pay by taking over his adopted homeworld, Earth. The theme is person vs. person Prolouge and Chapters 1 and 2: In a small room, miles underground, a creature wakes up from a long slumber to find himself in a green body suit, thick red goggles, and wrapped up in gigantic bonds squeezing his body so he can't move. This creature is Doomsday. Chapers 3,4,and 5: Project Cadmus, a top secret government research team, houses teenage clones of the founders of Cadmus. When the real founders of Cadmus were that age, they were known as the Newsboy Legion. They were orphans that went around stealing what they could to survive until Officer Jim Harper (a.k.a. the Gaurdian) took them in. The clones, like thier "fathers" when they were teenagers, don't like to be cooped up. Since the clones are being held against their will in Cadmus, they escape, but The Gaurdian catches them and brings them back. Chapters 6, 7, and 8: Doomsday finally breaks out of his underground prison and goes on a killing spree, only to be challenged by the justice league, who are easily defeated by the green suited monster. Once Superman hears about this, he goes to help the justice league, or what’s left of it. Chapters 9, 10, and 11: Superman and Doomsday’s battle took them halfway across the country. As if things weren’t bad enough, Doomsday saw a commercial about the Metropolis Arena and was drawn to the city. When they reached Metropolis, Superman was injured badly, but still held his ground until he finally delivered a deathly blow that seemingly killed Doomsday. Then, when Lois Lane, Superman’s fiancee, came up to tell him how relieved she was that he was alive, he collapsed, dead, in her arms. Chapters 12, 13, and 14: The news of Superman’s death spread rapidly around the world. People all over the world were saddened while remembering times when they had been saved by Superman. Multibillionaire Lex Luthor ll is actually Lex Luthor l. The reason why he is Lex Luthor l is because he had his body changed to look younger. He is infuriated, though very few people know of this. He wanted to be the one to kill Superman. Since he couldn't do that, he wants to hold his funeral. Chapters 15, 16, and 17: Metropolis holds the funeral of Superman. People from all over the world go to it. Many of those people have been saved by him before, many of them are superheroes. A few days later, Martha and Jon Kent (Superman’s adopted parents) come to see Lois Lane, also, Lana Lang, Superman’s old girlfriend, comes too, they hope that they might feel better if they were all together. Chapters 18, 19, and 20: After Superman died, an enraged John Henry Irons stands in his little room. His room is in an apartment building located in Suicide Slum, the most crime populated section of Metropolis. He promised to repay Superman with his life after Superman saved it. Now that Superman is dead, John decided to finish Superman’s quest: to rid the world of evil. He set off to his lab in his basement to make himself a metal suit that would help him do so. Across the city in the labs of Cadmus, the Newsboys free the project’s latest creation, a teenage clone of Superman. In the outskirts of Metropolis, Lois Lane turns around to find herself face to face with Superman, or at least part of him was Superman. The rest of him was a robotic skeleton. In the Antarctic Fortress of Solitude a being made of living energy is born. At once, it flies to Metropolis to a kryptonian body that may have once been its own. Copyright: ©1994 Setting: Modern Day Earth Chapter 21: When the Eradicator (the energy man) goes with Cyborg Superman to Coast City to check out a "disturbance", the Cyborg takes his arm, turns it into a lazer, and shoots the Eradicator in the stomach. When the Eradicator goes to the fortress of solitude to regain his power, he finds out that the energy battery has drained itself for the rebirth of Superman. When the Eradicator hears of what happened, he orders the robots in the fortress to drain all of the fortress' power. In doing this, it makes him even more powerful so he can help Superman, Steel (A.K.A John Henry Irons), Superboy, and Supergirl defeat Cyborg Superman and Mongul, who has just destroyed Coast City. Climax: Superman defeats Cyborg Superman. Denouement: Superman, with the help of the shape shifting Supergirl, make up a cover story for how Clark Kent and Superman return. Epilogue:On a meteor deep out in space, Doomsday wakes up from a coma-like sleep. Surprisingly with no air, his chest heaves up and down. He closes his eyes and waits until he reaches another planet. Doomsday thinks, "More things to destroy, I just have to wait…" The End By: Mathew Schumer Pictures provided by: http://www.bing.com/images?FORM=Z9LH&adlt_set=strict
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