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5 Comics You Absolutely Must Read This Month

Once upon a time, January was a slow month in comic book stores. That’s no longer the case, with two big events happening this month (DC’s Justice League vs. Suicide Squad, in its second month, and Marvel’s Monsters Unleashed, which launches January 18) and a raft of new launches coming from multiple publishers. With all this variety on offer, who’s to know what’s worth picking up? Well, we are. Here’s what you should really be checking out when you hit the comics shop this month.

From: https://www.wired.com/2017/01/5-comics-to-read-january/

Superman Rebirth Annual #1 (Comic) Review

Swamp Thing is one of the best lesser known characters in the DC Universe.His origins stem back to 1971 and a little known comic titled House of Secrets. In issue #92, the seeds of Swamp Thing were born. Later that year, he was given his own ongoing series. But it wasn’t until famed comic writer Alan Moore took over in the mid 1980s that the fledgling character was lifted to cult status. Other exceptional writers have picked up the mantle over the years, including Grant Morrison, Mark Millar, Brian K. Vaughn, and Scott Snyder—all offering their own take on Swamp Thing while continuing his mythos. In Superman Rebirth Annual #1, the Man of Steel has a jumbo-sized comic adventure with Swamp Thing.

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Superman Rebirth Annual #1 (Comic) Review 2The story begins with Superman investigating an apparent drought in Hamilton County, 300 miles north of Metropolis. Although there has been plenty of rain, the soil is barren. With some further prodding, he comes face to face with Swamp Thing, who brings ominous tidings. This new Superman has disrupted the green by drawing solar energy from the Sun in a different manner than the last Superman. To learn more, the Man of Tomorrow reaches out and touches Swamp Thing, causing a reaction of biblical proportions. Swamp Thing has changed—enormous, powerful, angry, speaking fluent Kryptonia—and he must be stopped. This is a job for Superman.

Superman Rebirth Annual #1 is a terrific single issue. Writers Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason weave a story that is action-packed, momentous with every turn of the page, yet it still feels like an intimate struggle between these two titans. What also helps is the choice of Superman’s adversary. As mentioned above, Swamp Thing is one of DC Comics best kept secrets. Pitting him against one of the company’s most bankable commodities is not only a terrific showcase for Swamp Thing, but also places these two differing heroes against one another in a surprising and entertaining struggle.

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Superman Rebirth Annual #1 (Comic) Review 3Artist Jorge Jimenez takes Superman Rebirth Annual #1 to stratospheric heights with his illustrations, especially the combat scenes. As the comic moves onwards in the action, every splash page (of which there are plenty) and every panel (especially the creative alterations) is a mesmerizing piece of art sprinkled through Superman Rebirth Annual #1.

While the comic’s pace is blistering and the action red-hot, it’s the underlying message that moves this issue from good to great. Compelled by the green, Swamp Thing needs to find the truth inside this new Superman (new to the post New 52 world that is) and force the Man of Steel to choose which direction he’s going to keep his attention on—the past or the future. A good question for all of us to wrestle with.

Superman Rebirth Annual #1 is definitely worth reading. In fact, it is one of the most enjoyable single issues I’ve read in a long time. There could be slight bias here because I have an adoration for both Superman and Swamp Thing, but after reading, one can’t deny it’s not only spellbinding to read, it’s also memorable both in its story and visuals. In short, Superman Rebirth Annual #1 is a triumph.

From: http://www.cgmagonline.com/reviews/superman-rebirth-annual-1-comic-review/

See exclusive sketches from volume 1 of ‘DC Rebirth’ Superman comic

DC’s Rebirth initiative was one of the most fun surprises in 2016 comics. After years of lackluster stories in the “New 52” line, the company went through a soft reboot last year, bringing its beloved characters back to their roots without resorting to a continuity-erasing mega event like Flashpoint. Fortunately for those fans who find themselves unable to keep up with monthly comics (much less the double-shipping of many Rebirth titles), the first wave of Rebirth trade collections is about to hit stores. EW can exclusively reveal behind-the-scenes sketches and bonus material included in the first volume featuring DC’s most famous hero, Superman: Son of Superman.

Written by Peter J. Tomasi and illustrated by Patrick Gleason, the main post-Rebirth Superman series has followed the adventures of the older, experienced, pre-New 52 Superman as he returned to the mainstream DC universe — this time, with a superpowered son in tow. Named after his human grandfather, Jonathan Kent needs all the help he can get as his Kryptonian powers start to manifest. Luckily, he’s got the greatest hero in the world for a dad, and a whip-smart mom in Lois Lane. Unlike some Superman comics, this one doesn’t focus so much on punching big monsters like Doomsday or wrestling with Lex Luthor’s nefarious schemes; it’s more about the dynamics of this displaced Kent family.

In the sketches below, fans can see some of Tomasi’s script pages, along with Gleason’s character designs for Jonathan and Lois.

Superman Vol. 1: Son of Superman hits stores this week, alongside Green Arrow Vol. 1: The Death and Life of Oliver Queen. Other main Rebirth titles will follow in coming weeks, with Batman Vol. 1: I Am Gotham out next week, and The Flash Vol. 1: Lightning Strikes Twice and Justice League Vol. 1: The Extinction Machine landing on Jan. 18. Green Lanterns Vol. 1: Rage Planet follows on Jan. 25, then Detective Comics Vol. 1: Rise of the Batmen on Feb. 1 and Wonder Woman Vol. 1: The Lies rounds out the first wave on Feb. 28.

From: https://www.yahoo.com/celebrity/see-exclusive-sketches-volume-1-150807070.html

DC Rebirth Superman comic volume 1: See sketches

DC’s Rebirth initiative was one of the most fun surprises in 2016 comics. After years of lackluster stories in the “New 52” line, the company went through a soft reboot last year, bringing its beloved characters back to their roots without resorting to a continuity-erasing mega event like Flashpoint. Fortunately for those fans who find themselves unable to keep up with monthly comics (much less the double-shipping of many Rebirth titles), the first wave of Rebirth trade collections is about to hit stores. EW can exclusively reveal behind-the-scenes sketches and bonus material included in the first volume featuring DC’s most famous hero, Superman: Son of Superman.

Written by Peter J. Tomasi and illustrated by Patrick Gleason, the main post-Rebirth Superman series has followed the adventures of the older, experienced, pre-New 52 Superman as he returned to the mainstream DC universe — this time, with a superpowered son in tow. Named after his human grandfather, Jonathan Kent needs all the help he can get as his Kryptonian powers start to manifest. Luckily, he’s got the greatest hero in the world for a dad, and a whip-smart mom in Lois Lane. Unlike some Superman comics, this one doesn’t focus so much on punching big monsters like Doomsday or wrestling with Lex Luthor’s nefarious schemes; it’s more about the dynamics of this displaced Kent family.

In the sketches below, fans can see some of Tomasi’s script pages, along with Gleason’s character designs for Jonathan and Lois.

Superman Vol. 1: Son of Superman hits stores this week, alongside Green Arrow Vol. 1: The Death and Life of Oliver Queen. Other main Rebirth titles will follow in coming weeks, with Batman Vol. 1: I Am Gotham out next week, and The Flash Vol. 1: Lightning Strikes Twice and Justice League Vol. 1: The Extinction Machine landing on Jan. 18. Green Lanterns Vol. 1: Rage Planet follows on Jan. 25, then Detective Comics Vol. 1: Rise of the Batmen on Feb. 1 and Wonder Woman Vol. 1: The Lies rounds out the first wave on Feb. 28.

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From: http://ew.com/books/2017/01/03/dc-rebirth-superman-comic-volume-1-sketches/

EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW: The Multiversity makes its return in SUPERMAN #14

Can we talk about how utterly enjoyable Peter Tomasi and Patrick Gleason’s Superman run has been? I know I mention it fairly often in Alex’s and my weekly reviews, but it remains so heartening to have a Superman comic that is bright, optimistic, and actually feels like the character I grew up loving for the first time in years. The rest of the line that surrounds it is great fun too (Action Comics, Supergirl, Superwoman), and I think it might be DC’s best set of books currently, which is something I’ve been waiting a long time to say about this franchise.

This week, Tomasi and Gleason are teaming up with Ivan Reis; who, beyond a recent Batman fill-in, was last seen penciling the bookend issues of Grant Morrison’s (so excellent there’s little need to go on about it) The Multiversity. Tomasi, Gleason, and Reis return to the concepts and characters found in that series for the three-part “Multiplicity” and The Beat has exclusive pages for Wednesday’s exciting new release:

“MULTIPLICITY” part one! The New Super-Man of China has been taken! The Red Son Superman of Earth-30 has been beaten! And who knows what’s happened to Sunshine Superman! Someone is collecting Supermen across the Multiverse—this looks like a job for our Kal-El as he is joined by Justice Incarnate in this multi-Earth epic!

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From: http://www.comicsbeat.com/exclusive-preview-the-multiversity-makes-its-return-in-superman-14/

2017 Movies: DC Comics Extended Universe Full Schedule

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Justice League director Zack Snyder, Superman actor Henry Cavill, Batman actor Ben Affleck and Wonder Woman actor Gal Gadot. (Getty)

After a rough 2016, DC Comics and Warner Bros. are hoping to get back on the right track with their DC Extended Universe. Both Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad were among the biggest hits of the year, but neither did well with critics and box office plummeted after their first weekends. In 2017, things could be different. The first ever Wonder Woman movie in the 76-year history of the character will finally reach the big screen and Justice League hits theaters later in the year.

Here’s a look at the two movies DC Comics and Warner Bros. have scheduled for release in 2017.


Wonder Woman – June 2, 2017

Wonder Woman was created by William Moulton Marston in 1941 and has been a popular character ever since. But it took 75 years for the character to finally make her debut on the big screen in Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice and was one of the best parts of that film. Gal Gadot plays Princess Diana of Themyscira, where the Amazons live. She arrives in Man’s World after Steve Trevor (Chris Pine in the film) crash-lands on Themyscira. Although the original stories took place during World War II, the movie places the story during World War I.

Wonder Woman is being directed by Patty Jenkins and is her first theatrical movie since she directed Charlize Theron to an Oscar in 2003 with Monster. Since then, Jenkins directed a segment of Lifetime’s 2011 movie Five, and directed the pilot of The Killing.

Other key members of the cast include Connie Nielsen as Queen Hippolyta, Robin Wright as General Antiope, Lucy Davis as Etta Candy and Lisa Loven Kongsli as Menalippe. David Thewlis, Danny Huston, Ewen Bremmer, Elena Anaya and Said Taghmaoui also star.

“My approach was to focus on telling the story of mechanized war and how that would look to a god visiting our world for the first time,” Jenkins told Empire Magazine in December. “I wanted the audience to understand the horrors that a war on this scale makes possible and how shocking that would be to someone who comes with a strong sense of honor and justice. She doesn’t realize yet just how senselessly dark the world can be.”


Justice League – November 17, 2017

After Marvel had success releasing movies in the fall, Warner Bros. is deciding to follow suit by releasing Justice League in November 2017. That gives it a month before Star Wars: Episode VIII opens and it could steal some thunder from Thor: Ragnarok, which comes out on November 3, 2017.

When Justice League was first announced, it was going to be the first part of a two-part movie, but Warner Bros. began walking away from that idea after the mixed response from Batman v Superman. Director Zack Snyder told reporters in June 2016 that the first Justice League movie is a “complete movie.”

The second Justice League movie has been put on the back-burner altogether. On December 9, The Hollywood Reporter confirmed that Snyder wants to direct an Afghanistan War film called The Last Photograph before making Justice League 2. In place of that film, Warner Bros. will release Ben Affleck’s The Batman.

The action in the Justice League movie we will see in November picks up right after Batman v. Superman. Bruce Wayne (Affleck) is now inspired by Superman’s (Henry Cavill) decision to sacrifice himself and starts building the Justice League with Wonder Woman’s help. The Flash (Ezra Miller), Aquaman (Jason Momoa) and Cyborg (Ray Fisher) will join the team.


Beyond 2017

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Ben Affleck in October 2016. (Getty)

After 2017, things get a little difficult for Warner Bros. The Flash is supposed to be out on March 16, 2018, but that seems impossible after the film lost its second director. The studio also has plans for a movie to be released on July 27, 2018, but nothing is known about what that’s supposed to be. (Perhaps The Batman?) James Wan’s Aquaman opens on October 5, 2018.

For 2019, the studio has Shazam for April 5, 2019 and an untitled film for November 1, 2019. Cyborg and Green Lantern Corps are being prepared for 2020.


The Full DC Extended Universe Schedule

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Director Zack Snyder and his wife, producer Deborah Snyder. (Getty)

Here’s the complete list of films in the DC Extended Universe, including those that have already been released:

2013
Man of Steel – June 14, 2013

2016
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice – March 25, 2016
Suicide Squad – August 5, 2016

2017
Wonder Woman – June 2, 2017
Justice League – November 17, 2017

2018
The Flash – March 16, 2018
Untitled Movie (The Batman?) – July 27, 2018
Aquaman – October 5, 2018

2019
Shazam – April 5, 2019
Untitled Movie – November 1, 2019

2020
Cyborg – April 3, 2020
Green Lantern Corps – July 24, 2020



Daniel S. Levine
is entertainment and news contributor to Heavy, and former editor at TheCelebrityCafe.com. Graduate of Hofstra University, plus classic movie and Star Wars geek. Follow him on Twitter at @dsl89 and contact him at daniel.levine@heavy.com.

January 1, 2017 12:44 pm

From: http://heavy.com/entertainment/2017/01/2017-movies-dc-comics-extended-universe-full-schedule-justice-league-wonder-woman-release-date-cast/

Rogues’ Gallery: Who Is Superman’s Ultimate Enemy?

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A hero is defined by their villains, and the world of comic books is filled with some of the scariest and silliest bad guys around. Rogues’ Gallery aims to settle the score and determine who is the true arch-nemesis for some of our favorite heroes, and we need your help to do it!

Superman is not only one of the greatest superheroes of all time, but he set the standard for everything that followed, and as such many of his villains are just as iconic and archetypal. With a roster of baddies stretching back to the late ’30s, it’s going to be tough to narrow it down, but we need to know who The Man of Tomorrow’s ultimate enemies are!

Lex Luthor pretty much has this in a wrap, but he follows a trend recently that also features the likes of Magneto, Doctor Doom, and Megatron, where the hero’s ultimate enemy becomes an ally and a hero of their own. Does that knock Lex down to the point that someone like Doomsday, Darkseid or Brainiac could slip in? Probably not, but this is our last poll of 2016, and the year might throw us a curveball on its way out!

As a big Superman fan, I’m also a big fan of the sillier villains. Mister Mxyzptlk is a personal favorite, but there’s also the likes of the Titano, The Toyman and The Prankster to consider. Plus, there’s plenty of evil doppelgangers aside from Bizarro, including Composite Superman, Cyborg Superman and Superboy Prime.

Let us know who you think gets the top spot for the best Superman enemies below, and we’ll be back in a few weeks with a countdown of his top ten best and baddest villains. You can vote for up to for selections in the poll this week, because we know you’re all gonna vote for Lex anyway.

 

 

Check Out Some Of The Best Villains Of Superman’s Allies

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From: http://comicsalliance.com/rogues-gallery-superman-poll/

‘Love Is Love’ brings Superman and Harry Potter together to benefit Pulse nightclub shooting victims

Comic book writer Marc Andreyko was hit hard by the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando, Fla., so he decided to do something about it, reaching out to mastermind what became the new 144-page all-star comic book anthology “Love Is Love.”

“As a gay man, I lived through the AIDS crisis, and when something this horrible happened, it brought back a lot of those feelings,” Andreyko told KPCC. “I’m a child of the ’80s; I’m a child of ‘We Are The World’ and ‘Do They Know It’s Christmas;’ and my reflex was, the comics community needs to do something. We as artists need to do something about this. And by 7 o’clock that night, the Sunday, the day after the massacre, I had 75 different people — big name artists and writers and publishers and publicists and printers all saying, ‘We’re on board.'”

The proceeds from the project go to Equality Florida to help the families of those who were killed and survivors of the Pulse massacre. The materials and work put into the book were all donated.

“Everybody wanted to be a part of this book, and it wasn’t a matter of pulling teeth at all,” Andreyko said. “It was a matter of making sure I returned as many phone calls as possible

The project features one- to two-page stories about love from a who’s who of comic book creators, along with non-comics names like comedian Patton Oswalt and former “Saturday Night Live” star Taran Killam.

A page from the comic book anthology Love Is Love featuring characters from the Harry Potter series.

A page from the comic book anthology “Love Is Love” featuring characters from the “Harry Potter” series. DC Comics/IDW

One of the biggest names: J.K. Rowling, who gave her blessing to allow a quote from her work to be used with a new image of her characters, drawn by comic book great Jim Lee.

“We reached out to J.K. Rowling because of one of the kids who was killed in Orlando worked at the theme park ride at Universal,” Andreyko said.

Andreyko got choked up talking about the project and the impact it could have on readers. He hopes readers find it both distressing and hopeful.

“I’m hoping that it upsets them, because horrible things like this shouldn’t be compartmentalized and forgotten,” Andreyko said. “Things like this are supposed to hurt for a long time, because they should never happen again. I hope people realize, like the title says, love is love.”

Andreyko wrote an homage to the 1950s romance comic “Falling In Love,” with a happy couple walking through a park and seeing straight, gay and transgender couples of all ages, illustrated by legendary comics artist George Perez.

Andreyko said he was inspired and overwhelmed by how everyone came together on the book, with companies even granting permission to use characters from Superman to Archie.

“If it’s the last thing I’m known for, or the only thing I’m known for in my obituary, I’m good with that,” Andreyko said. “The fact that this book might make a teenager in Oklahoma’s life a little bit easier and give them hope — I mean, what’s not to like about that?”

“Love Is Love” is in stores now.

From: http://www.scpr.org/news/2016/12/28/67620/love-is-love-brings-superman-and-harry-potter-toge/

Harley Quinn Knocks Out Superman With One Punch

In an issue drawn by Superman vs. Muhammad Ali artist Neal Adams, Superman once again gets laid out by a non-powered person…but this time, it only takes Harley Quinn one (sucker) punch.

Harley’s Little Black Book plays like a spiritual successor to last year’s Bat-Mite or All-Star Section Eight, wherein the zany title character interacts with a new, seemingly random DC superhero every issue, and hijinks ensue (usually annoying or embarrassing the heroes involved).

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The whole issue is a tribute to Superman vs. Muhammad Ali, albeit without ever saying the name out loud. Here’s the solicitation text:

(Mumble-mumble) years ago, the alien race known as the Scrubb forced Superman into a boxing match for the ages, against Earth’s greatest heavyweight champion, (mumble-mumble)! Now, (mumble-mumble) years later, the Scrubb have returned…but with said champion unavailable, the Scrubb have chosen the next-best thing: Harley Quinn! This can’t end well for anyone involved. Featuring unbelievable art by the legendary Neal Adams, it’s a tribute to one of the greatest Superman stories of the 1970s, in Harley Quinn’s own particular, ah, idiom!

Within the text of the issue (which is dedicated to Ali and features an apology/special thanks to Superman vs. Muhammad Ali writer Denny O’Neil), Superman doesn’t explicitly acknowledge the previous adventure, although he does imply that he’s been through all of this before. Still, it doesn’t stop essentially the same setup from happening: Superman has to fight Harley Quinn — but without his powers — to “win” the right to battle the Scrubb champion.

Before they’re taken up on the ship, they’re given a 24-hour period to prepare…during which time Superman takes Harley to the Fortress of Solitude, where he has an artifact that can rob him of his powers. As soon as he uses it, she cold-cocks him and sends him sprawling to the Fortress floor.

As with all of the Harley’s Little Black Book stories, it’s hard to tell just how canonical the tale would ever be: Superman wears his Rebirth costume (check) and goes to the Fotress of Solitude introduced in Superman: Lois and Clark (check), but uses the Silver Age “giant key” to enter (and apparently has a giant-sized welcome mat to hide it under, to boot).

There’s much more to the story, of course, including a clever bastardization of the original comic that goes well beyond just aping the premise. It’s certainly worth a look, especially as 2016 winds down and everyone starts reflecting on those we lost — including Ali.

More: Superman vs. Muhammad Ali Action Figures Coming From NECA | Remembering When Muhammad Ali Took on Superman | Superman’s Best Alien Invasion Stories | Harley’s Little Black Book Pencil Variants

Harley’s Little Black Book #6 is available in stores today. You can get a copy from your local comic shop or pre-order a digital copy on ComiXology.

From: http://comicbook.com/dc/2016/12/28/harley-quinn-knocks-out-superman-with-one-punch

Twenty Years After It Started, It Looks Like Electric Superman Is Back in March

March 2017 will be the twentieth anniversary of the newsstand release of Superman #123 by Dan Jurgens and Ron Frenz — and it looks like elements of that story will be playing out in Superman and Action Comics that month.

Superman #123 featured a story titled “Superman…Reborn!” It was released on March 12, 1997 and introduced Superman’s (in)famous “electric blue” costume.

After the Final Night crisis, in which Superman worked tirelessly to save people while operating without the rejuvenating benefit of yellow sunlight, the Man of Steel was briefly powerless. In his quest to restore his abilities, he tried a number of things, and the combination of experiments resulted in a change to his body and power set that lasted for about a year. His skin turned blue, he was forced to wear a “containment suit” that kept his energy-based form from dissipating, and his abilities shifted to more electricity-based ones with similar application to his traditional powers. Toward the end of the storyline, an attempt to destroy him resulted in the “electric blue” Superman being split in two — one red, one blue, in a riff on the Silver Age story “Superman Red/Superman Blue” by Leo Dorfman and Curt Swan.

The “electric red” Superman costume and power set has shown up recently — as the inspiration for Lana Lang’s costume in Superwoman. Around that same time, the New 52 Superman had died, passing some of his powers along to Lois Lane and some to Lana. Meanwhile, the pre-Flashpoint Superman, Lois, and Jon Kent arrived, with Superman stepping in to replace his recently-deceased counterpart and then Lois eventually doing the same when Superman’s powers killed New 52 Lois. This pair, of course, were just married when the whole “electric powers” thing happened and lived through it…albeit on another Earth.

Now, Comics Beat has the first look at the first major crossover between Superman and Action Comics since the start of the Rebirth era: a four-part story called…”Superman Reborn.”

And, yes, the final chapter in Action Comics #976 (at a twice-monthly publishing schedule, that’s one year away from Action Comics #1,000, by the way!) features what appears to be New 52 Superman as “Superman Red” and the pre-Flashpoint Superman as “Superman Blue,” complete with electric halos.

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What does it mean? We couldn’t possibly begin to guess at this point, although the eventual disposition of the “electric Superman” storyline was a bit thrown together and reeked of “let’s get this over with.” So if there’s somehow a way they can tie all of it together that would help readers from 20 years ago understand the end of both stories, they’d probably get a medal for that.

Action Comics writer Dan Jurgens, of course, was the writer on Superman at the time and a key driving force for the Superman family of titles from 1991 until 2000.

You can check out the full cover in the attached image gallery, along with several other covers from DC’s March 2017 solicitations.

You can check out the solicitation text for the final chapter below, which takes place after Superman #19 forces Superman to “face the truth about his life,” with his son’s well-being hanging in the balance.

ACTION COMICS #976

Written by DAN JURGENS—Art by DOUG MAHNKE and JAIME MENDOZA—Cover by PATRICK GLEASON and MICK GRAY—Variant cover by GARY FRANK

“SUPERMAN REBORN” finale! As this epic tale wraps up, Superman’s life is drastically changed…and that’s all we are saying for now—except that you won’t want to miss it!

* The covers by Patrick Gleason and Mick Gray and the variant covers by Gary Frank for SUPERMAN #18-19 and ACTION COMICS #975-976 will connect to form a single vertical image.

On sale MARCH 22 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T

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From: http://comicbook.com/dc/2016/12/16/twenty-years-after-it-started-it-looks-like-electric-superman-is/

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