I’m pretty sure this isn’t the only time Superman’s found Clark Kent’s books getting remaindered. Way back in the 1980s (I think) there was a throwaway scene where Clark wanders into a bookshop and finds his novel on the remainder table. Unfortunately I can’t remember when or where that was (although it’s possible it was in some kind of special edition or graphic novel, perhaps about Luthor) but if anybody else can, please let me know.
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Appears in Jack Dann's Dreaming in the Dark and Best Australian Stories 2016
Appears in Jonathan Strahan's Fearsome Magics. Compare prices for the UK print edition and US print edition; also available for Kindle (US and UK) and most other ebook formats.
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Grant Morrison's SuperGods
Susan Casey's The Wave: In Pursuit of the Ocean's Greatest Furies
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