Superman vs. Mongul by Len WeinSuperman battles the intergalactic conqueror known as Mongul in these tales from the late 1970s and early 1980s. Introduced as a physical challenge to the Man of Steel, Mongul appeared in stories that guest-starred Wonder Woman, Batman, Supergirl and others. This collection includes the classic tale For the Man Who Has Everything, by the WATCHMEN team of writer Alan Moore and artist Dave Gibbons.
This volume collects DC COMICS PRESENTS #27-28, 36 and 43 and SUPERMAN ANNUAL #11.
Mongul vs Batman
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Someone once said the Henshaw beats any version of Mongul. Okay so with prep Mongul would stomp but with out it he loses? Is the rings standard for Henshaw now? King Saturn said:. Is Henshaw much faster then PC Superman? The Cyborg's only advantage is that he cannot be put down for good but he will lose any confrontation with someone as physically tough as PC Mongul even with the ring's unless of course they where PC ring's, I see no way he could actually beat him without plot device tech. But doesn't the fact that he's dominated most of his fights with Superman suggest he has an extremely fast reaction time and reflexes?
This collection of comics exists for reasons I can only guess at. As I said, I can only guess at why this collection actually exists. Was Mongul a thing in ? Reading it this time around, the fight kinda reminded me of the no-holds-barred Supes-vs. The pre-Crisis DC Universe was kind of like an old high school yearbook, one which creators and readers would sit down and flip through from time to time. The nostalgia was part of the machinery at this point.