Action Comics (1938 series) #699 (A Multi-Title Crossover) [SET] — The Battle for Metropolis

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The war between LexCorp and the Cadmus Project takes to the streets...

But will Superman recover from his ordeal in time to save Metropolis?

The "Lex-men" take on the "Dubbilex-men" of Project Cadmus as the clone war of Metropolis rages on.

And when the Guardian falls victim to the clone disease, does his body hold the key to the cure?

 

 

Collecting the Complete "The Battle for Metropolis" Story-Arc in issue #699 Plus the Crossover issues Superman; The Man of Steel #34 and Superman #90 and The Adventures of Superman #513. 

 

 

Action Comics (1938 series) #699
By Roger Stern & Norman Felchle / James Pascoe. 
"Eye of the Hurricane"  The Battle for Metropolis pt 1 (of 4)
The war between LexCorp and the Cadmus Project takes to the streets...but will Superman recover from his ordeal in time to save Metropolis?
Superman; The Man of Steel (1991 series) #34
By Louise Simonson & Jon Bogdanove / Dennis Janke. 
“War"  The Battle for Metropolis pt 2 (of 4)   
The "Lex-men" take on the "Dubbilex-men" of Project Cadmus as the clone war of Metropolis rages on. Now the city is being evacuated and Guardian falls trying to protect innocent people.
Superman (1986 series) #90
By Dan Jurgens & Brent Anderson / Josef Rubenstein. 
"Battle Ground Metropolis!"  The Battle for Metropolis pt 3 (of 4)   
The Guardian has fallen victim to the clone disease, but does his body hold the key to the cure? Plus, a villain dies in this issue and the war heats up even more.
The Adventures of Superman (1987 series) #513
By Barry Kitson / Karl Kesel & Barry Kitson / Ray McCarthy. 
"Target: Cadmus"   The Battle for Metropolis! Part 4 (of 4)   
After destroying one of Paul Westfield's missiles, an enraged Superman races towards Project Cadmus to get some answers. When he arrives however, he discovers that Westfield has been murdered.  Dubbilex and the other project heads continue to look for a cure to the clone plague. They determine that the plague hasn't really affected some of the older clones such as Guardian and Dubbilex himself.