Superman Comics: DC Rebirth’s Biggest Beneficiary? (Action …

Rebirth did many things for the publishers characters and universe. It completely revamped almost all of DC’s line of comic books. Of all the changes, none have been more significant and warranted than the course correction for the “Man Of Steel.” Have Superman comics been the biggest beneficiary of DC Rebirth?

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***SPOILERS LIE AHEAD***

With Action Comics #979 this week, the Kents find themselves moving back to Metropolis. This is the latest change for Superman comics, bringing them closer to home and farther from the misguided days of The New 52.

In both Dan Jurgens’ Action Comics and Peter J. Tomasi’s Superman, the wholesome hero is restored to his former glory. No longer just a boyscout, Clark is now firmly cemented as the husband and father that he always should have been. The transition has been a smooth one.

Superman desert

Superman Reborn was a major step in addressing the past and future, condensing the continuity of old and new into what it is now simply the future. Sure, there are some gray areas and holes at the moment, but they should be addressed by the time Mr. Oz is discovered and sorted out.

The main point is that being a Superman fan is fun again. Superman comic books are full of mystery and sci-fi action, now complete with a whole lot of heart in the center.

Cyborg Superman

Family appeal isn’t the only return to glory for Clark and company, the Superman rogues gallery has also been getting the treatment. Action Comics #979 this week sees a “Greatest Hits” team-up in Part One of “REVENGE.” Metallo, Cyborg Superman, Mongul, The Eradicator, and Blanque have combined forces to exact their revenge on Superman. That’s not the final roster of their team either.

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Dan Jurgens is opening up an explosive new chapter in Superman’s Rebirth era. The evolution by devolution for Clark Kent will continue to be put to the test as the two major titles enter uncharted territory. Both books are also accompanied by some extremely powerful artwork as well, another major factor in restoring Superman fans’ faith in the character.

What do you think about Superman comics thus far? With title do you enjoy more? Are there any elements you miss about New 52 Clark?

From: http://www.monkeysfightingrobots.com/superman-biggest-beneficiary-dc-rebirth/

‘Watchmen’ to Collide With Superman in ‘Doomsday Clock’ Comic

What happens after legendary comic book series Watchmen? And who is behind the reality-altering events of 2016’s best-selling comic book, DC Universe: Rebirth? DC Entertainment president CCO Geoff Johns will answer both questions in a new miniseries launching later this year called Doomsday Clock.

“It is Watchmen colliding with the DC Universe,” Johns told SyfyWire about the series that will see him re-team with artist Gary Frank. “It is the most personal and most epic, utterly mind-bending project I have ever worked on in my career. With [DC Universe: Rebirth], I opened the door to [Watchmen‘s Doctor] Manhattan. Part of that was I loved the real-world influence Watchmen has. I put Manhattan out there and always thought there was a Manhattan/Superman story to be told, but then … it grew. And grew. It took my heart and soul over. Still, at the core of it, there’s a being who has lost his humanity, and distanced himself from it, and an alien who embodies humanity more than most humans. I love the idea that Watchmen influenced DC, but what would that look like in reverse? And it goes well beyond that.”

But not too far beyond; Johns explained that Doomsday Clock is intended first and foremost as a story, and not the spine of a tentpole publishing event.

“There are no crossovers. No watered down one-shots or mini-series on top of this one,” he explained. “This is a stand-alone story. There is only Doomsday Clock. We had no interest in doing a crossover with this. We didn’t want to see Doctor Manhattan facing off against Superman in Action Comics, with all due respect. That is not what this is about.”

Fascinatingly, despite the story having its roots in last May’s DC Universe: Rebirth special issue, Johns said that Doomsday Clock as it stands came about after last November’s election. The story, he said, is “about the world, and the attitude of people. I feel like there are extremes now everywhere, extremes on all sides. There is no more olive branch. It doesn’t exist. I feel like people, more and more, are separated. They are choosing sides, instead of figuring out how to make life better together. There is a real sense of anger, and frustration, and there is not a lot of compassion, or willingness to understand in the world. Telling a story of two extremes, and exploring what our collective zeitgeist states through these characters is what we are doing.”

Doomsday Clock launches in November.

From: http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/heat-vision/watchmen-collide-superman-doomsday-clock-comic-1003766

DC Comics Wishes Fans A Happy Martha’s Day

DC Comics wants to wish you and your family a happy Mother’s Day, and they’re doing so with a hilarious image that pokes fun at one of the most talked about moments in their cinematic history.

The picture was tweeted out this morning and looks like it consists of some nice Gary Clark artwork, though it is uncredited.

?The text on the photo references both Superman’s and Batman’s mothers, Martha Kent and Martha Wayne.

That coincidence was used for dramatic humorous effect in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’s climactic confrontation between the title characters. As Batman is about to deliver the killing blow to Superman, Clark begins calling out for his mother.

Batman of course does not realize that’s Superman’s mom’s name until Lois arrives to explain, which causes him to pause his assault.

Countless memes have been inspired by that exchange, which effectively ends the conflict between the two and causes them to team up. Batman then goes to rescue Martha from a group of armed soldiers led by the KGBeast in one of the most memorable fight scenes the character has been a part of.

His Batplane also unleashes a barrage of gunfire at some poor sap using a gun mounted to the back of a vehicle, which is slightly overkill, but nobody accused Ben Affleck’s Batman of being subtle. Batman rescues Superman’s mom by causing a malfunction in the KGBeast’s flamethrower, causing him to explode. Martha responds gratefully by telling one of the only jokes in the movie.

It’s nice to see DC Comics embracing the memes and having some fun of their own.

Be sure to give your own Martha a call this morning and wish her a happy Mother’s Day. 

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Fearing the actions of a god-like Super Hero left unchecked, Gotham City’s own formidable, forceful vigilante takes on Metropolis’s most revered, modern-day savior, while the world wrestles with what sort of hero it really needs. And with Batman and Superman at war with one another, a new threat quickly arises, putting mankind in greater danger than it’s ever known before.

From: http://comicbook.com/dc/2017/05/14/dc-comics-wishes-fans-happy-marthas-day-mothers-day/

DC Comics Rebirth & Superman Reborn Aftermath Spoilers: New Super-Man #11 Has Yet Another New Superman …

DC Comics Rebirth Spoilers for New Super-Man #11 follow in the Superman Reborn Aftermath era!

New Super-Man #11 includes a classic Superman vs Flash analogues race… Chinese style…

…while later a monster threatens the mainland!

dr. Omen is pressured to unleash Project Zero to help…

..yet there are may be more villainous motives behind…

…Super-man Zero?

Interesting.

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From: http://insidepulse.com/2017/05/12/dc-comics-rebirth-superman-reborn-aftermath-spoilers-new-super-man-11-has-yet-another-new-superman-debut/

DC Comics Rebirth &…

DC Comics Rebirth Spoilers for New Super-Man #11 follow in the Superman Reborn Aftermath era!

New Super-Man #11 includes a classic Superman vs Flash analogues race… Chinese style…

…while later a monster threatens the mainland!

dr. Omen is pressured to unleash Project Zero to help…

..yet there are may be more villainous motives behind…

…Super-man Zero?

Interesting.

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From: http://insidepulse.com/2017/05/12/dc-comics-rebirth-superman-reborn-aftermath-spoilers-new-super-man-11-has-yet-another-new-superman-debut/

[SPOILER]’s Rebirth in Action Comics #979 will Rain Hell on Superman

SPOILER WARNING: The following article contains major spoilers for Action Comics #978, by Dan Jurgens and Patrick Zircher, on sale now.


Superman’s life is a little complicated right now. His and Lois Lane’s pre-Flashpoint and New 52 versions merged after a confrontation with Mr. Mxyzptlk during the Reborn storyline, and his past is currently a composite of both of these versions. Action Comics #978 showed us what some of this past resembled. In this week’s Action #979 things get a little more complicated as a group of super villains hailing from both continuities has emerged to challenge the Man of Steel. A riff on an organization that made its debut in 1962’s Superman #92, this newly-formed Superman Revenge Squad includes a revived Eradicator, Blanque, Metallo, and Mongul with General Zod soon to join their ranks. The wild card here is Cyborg Superman — while we knew Hank Henshaw was involved in the Squad’s formation from previous issues, it was a safe assumption that Cyborg Superman’s role was going to be filled by Zor-El, the current version of the villain. However, Henshaw instead returns to his pre-Flashpoint role in the issue, a change that introduces new wrinkles to the still-forming Rebirth tapestry.

RELATED: How Superman’s Rebirth Redifines the Story of Clark Kent Lois Lane

But before we get to our questions, some important background on Hank Henshaw, a familiar face in the DC Universe, with a long history. During the New 52, he was a fully human doctor working for the Advanced Prosthetic Research Centre, but pre-Flashpoint, he was the original Cyborg Superman. So, who exactly is he, and how could that spell trouble for the Man of Steel?

The New 52 Cyborg Superman, aka Supergirl’s father, Zor-El

Let’s start with who he isn’t; Hank Henshaw is not Zor-El. The New 52 version of the Cyborg Superman. who carried over into the post-Rebirth continuity, is Supergirl’s genocidal father. A scientist like his younger brother Jor-el, aka Superman’s biological father, Zor-El built a dome around Krypton’s Argo City to protect it from the planet’s destruction, sending his teenage daughter Kara Zor-El to Earth in a rocket in case his plan failed… which it did. Barely alive following Krypton’s death, Zor-El was captured, turned into a cyborg and reprogrammed by Braniac. He eventually overcame his programming, whereupon he attempted to save Argo City and cybernetic versions of its citizens by crashing the floating city into the Earth’s oceans while and sucking the life force out of the citizens of National City.

The original Cyborg Superman was created by current Action Comics scribe Dan Jurgens. Hank Henshaw made his first appearance in Superman #46, a member of the crew of a doomed Lexcorp shuttle that was downed by a solar flare in a sequence that was an homage to the Fantastic Four’s origin story. Following the crash, which killed two of the crew, but left their minds intact and able to craft new bodies composed of earth and the shuttle’s wreckage, Henshaw’s body started to decay, while his wife started phasing into another dimension. Superman helped save her using LexCorp technology, but Hank’s body was too far gone, so he uploaded his consciousness into the LexCorp mainframe. Using his new access to information and powers, he was able to build himself a cyborg body and appeared to his wife in his new form. She who was so shocked by his transformation that she committed suicide, leaving Henshaw distraught.

RELATED: Superman #25 Cover Reveals Villain Behind Black Dawn Storyline

Henshaw then bonded with the birthing matrix that brought Superman to Earth, and used it to build his own spacecraft, the sentient computer consciousness known as the Eradicator. During Henshaw’s travels, he learned that Superman fought the Eradicator at roughly the same time as the solar flare that downed his Lexcorp shuttle, and falsely connected the two events. Believing the Man of Steel responsible for his misfortune, he swore revenge against the Kryptonian, and proved to be one of Superman’s most dangerous and deadly enemies.

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The original Cyborg Superman has arrived in DC Comics’ Rebirth continuity.

Like Lois and Clark, the post-Rebirth Henshaw is an amalgam of this pre-Flashpoint and New 52 incarnations. His Superman Revenge Squad includes pre-Flashpoint allies Eradicator and Mongul. He goes so far as to reference his previous relationship with Mongul, proving that thanks to Mr. Mxyzptlk’s recent Rebirth re-jiggering of the Superman mythos, he remembers the destruction of Coast City, which resulted in Hal Jordan/Green Lantern’s descent into madness. The alliance with Blanque and his possession of the Oblivion Stone hail are a holdover from Zor-El’s New 52 incarnation. Although Metallo and Cyborg-Superman have worked together in the Supergirl television series, the pair has not traditionally partnered in the comics.

As Lois and Clark prepare to move back to Metropolis from Hamilton County, Henshaw and his crew prepare to take revenge, but not before bringing a final member into the team. Action Comics #979 concludes with the Superman Revenge Squad setting out to liberate the Kryptonian arch-criminal, General Zod.

The return of Henshaw as Cyborg Superman sets up an intriguing parallel that echoes Superman’s own post-Rebirth journey. Just as pre-Flashpoint and New 52 Clark Kent seemingly co-existed for a time in the Rebirth universe, we are now dealing with two different versions of Cyborg Superman in the present continuity. Will this set up a redemption arc for Zor-El, or will he team with his namesake and Zod to take on Kal-El? Or, like the Man of Steel recently experienced, will the disparate versions of Cyborg Superman find themselves experiencing their own Rebirth moment that will result in their two continuities being merged into a single story? We’ll know more when the next chapter of “Revenge” arrives May 14 in Action Comics #980.

From: http://www.cbr.com/action-comics-rebirth-cyborg-superman/

Superman Comics: DC Rebirth’s Biggest Beneficiary? (Action Comics #979)

Rebirth did many things for the publishers characters and universe. It completely revamped almost all of DC’s line of comic books. Of all the changes, none have been more significant and warranted than the course correction for the “Man Of Steel.” Have Superman comics been the biggest beneficiary of DC Rebirth?

Superman Rebirth wedding band

***SPOILERS LIE AHEAD***

With Action Comics #979 this week, the Kents find themselves moving back to Metropolis. This is the latest change for Superman comics, bringing them closer to home and farther from the misguided days of The New 52.

In both Dan Jurgens’ Action Comics and Peter J. Tomasi’s Superman, the wholesome hero is restored to his former glory. No longer just a boyscout, Clark is now firmly cemented as the husband and father that he always should have been. The transition has been a smooth one.

Superman desert

Superman Reborn was a major step in addressing the past and future, condensing the continuity of old and new into what it is now simply the future. Sure, there are some gray areas and holes at the moment, but they should be addressed by the time Mr. Oz is discovered and sorted out.

The main point is that being a Superman fan is fun again. Superman comic books are full of mystery and sci-fi action, now complete with a whole lot of heart in the center.

Cyborg Superman

Family appeal isn’t the only return to glory for Clark and company, the Superman rogues gallery has also been getting the treatment. Action Comics #979 this week sees a “Greatest Hits” team-up in Part One of “REVENGE.” Metallo, Cyborg Superman, Mongul, The Eradicator, and Blanque have combined forces to exact their revenge on Superman. That’s not the final roster of their team either.

Action Comics 979 cvr

Dan Jurgens is opening up an explosive new chapter in Superman’s Rebirth era. The evolution by devolution for Clark Kent will continue to be put to the test as the two major titles enter uncharted territory. Both books are also accompanied by some extremely powerful artwork as well, another major factor in restoring Superman fans’ faith in the character.

What do you think about Superman comics thus far? With title do you enjoy more? Are there any elements you miss about New 52 Clark?

From: http://www.monkeysfightingrobots.com/superman-biggest-beneficiary-dc-rebirth/

10 Essential Superman Comics You Need To Read

Created by two high school students in 1933, Superman has shaped the world of comic books forever. Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster’s creation has become the world’s most iconic superhero. While everyone might not be a fan of the New 52 Superman (he dropped his undies, changed his attitude and dumped Lois for Wonder Woman) or the Rebirth Superman (an older bearded Superman who is married to Lois and has a son named Jon), there are many other comic books written over the last 75 years worth catching up on. Here are 10 essential Superman comics you need to read.

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10. Superman: Earth One – 2010

“You’ve been hiding your whole life, Clark. But if you do anything other than what I think you were meant to do, you’ll still be hiding, because you’ll never be able to show people who you really are, and what you can do. Life was meant to be lived full measure, flat out, pedal to the metal, don’t live the rest of your life like a Porsche that never leaves the garage because somebody’s afraid to scratch it. Live, Clark. Follow your passion. Show the whole world what you can do. Fly, Clark…” — Jonathan Kent

Written by J. Michael Straczynski with artwork by Shane Davis, Superman: Earth One is one of the most recent iterations of Superman’s origin story. Going into a lot more detail, we get to see Superman’s early life, his arrival in Metropolis and the last moments of Krypton before its destruction.

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9. Superman: Secret Origin – 2009

Lois: “Are you a man or an alien?”
Superman: “I’m Superman, Lois”

If you’re looking for a more traditional Superman origin story (similar to the early 70s/80s movies), Secret Origin seems like the perfect place to start. The series begins with one of Clark’s “earliest memories” and then continues with a story of Clark’s self-discovery to become Superman (who looks a lot like Christopher Reeve here).

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8. Superman: Secret Identity – 2004

“Maybe I had a “secret identity”, but then when you think about it, don’t we all? A part of ourselves very few people ever get to see. The part we think of as “me”. The part that deals with the big stuff. Makes the real choices. The part everything else is a reflection of.” — Kurt Busiek, Superman: Secret Identity

Unlike most Superman stories, Secret Identity is set in the real world. It examines the life of a young Kansas writer with the unfortunate name of Clark Kent. In his world, Superman is a fictional character and, unfortunately, his daily life is filled with bullies comparing him to the comic book Clark Kent — the one with super-powers. As fate would have it, one day he awakens to discover that he can fly and that he has developed super-strength, like Superman. But where did these powers come from? This 208-page trade paperback, written by Kurt Busiek with art by Stuart Immonen, received critical acclaim for its original and relatable story.

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7. Lex Luthor: Man of Steel – 2005

“Those red eyes, I’m sure they look right through me, like I am nothing more than a nuisance. But when I see you? I see something no man can ever be. I see the end. The end of our potential. The end of our achievements. The end of our dreams. You are my nightmare.” — Lex Luthor

Lex Luthor: Man of Steel is a five-issue miniseries published in 2005, written by Brian Azzarello and drawn by Lee Bermejo. It focuses on Lex Luthor as an extremely human protagonist and tries to show him in a much better light than his traditional villain role. Although Superman only appears here and there, this comic is a great insight to how the world and Lex perceive him – as an alien like god patrolling the skies. Lex’s interactions with Bruce Wayne (Batman) are also quite interesting to read. He presents Batman with a gift — Kryptonite. This ultimately results in a fight between Superman and Batman. Also, Bermejo’s art is beautiful throughout.

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6. Action Comics: “Brainiac” – 2008

They call you Superman. Why would they call you that — when you are not a “man” at all? And “super”? There is nothing super about you. — Brainiac

This run of Action Comics retells Superman’s first run-in with Brainiac. Before he came to Earth, the people of Krypton battled Brainiac, a cold and callous alien obsessed with the control of knowledge. Now, Brainiac has set his sights on destroying Earth and finishing off the Last Son of Krypton once and for all. This epic battle will change Superman’s world forever. Written by Geoff Johns and drawn by Gary Frank, this comic has a fair amount of graphic violence and is a somewhat darker Superman than some audiences may be comfortable with.

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5. The Death of Superman – 1992

Yes, the unthinkable once happened — Superman died. Well, sort of. Can Superman stop the unstoppable creature called Doomsday? Superman finally meets his match here, which results in his death (after killing Doomsday, of course). The story is emotional, told superbly and the art is worth framing. The Death of Superman remains a seminal moment in the history of Superman comics. It is still one of the best-selling graphic novels of all time.

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4. Superman: Last Son of Krypton – 2006

Written by Geoff Johns and Superman: The Movie‘s Richard Donner, Last Son of Krypton harkens back to Christopher Reeve’s embodiment. When a rocket lands in Metropolis containing a boy, Superman is convinced he is from Krypton. Will Superman be able to protect him against both Lex Luthor and his new Superman Revenge Squad, as well as the Phantom Zone criminals General Zod, Ursa and Non? The results are charming and the comic reminds us about the true values of the Man of Steel.

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3. Superman: Red Son – 2003

What if the rocket that brought Superman to Earth had crashed in Soviet Russia instead of Kansas? What if insane genius Lex Luthor was employed by the US government to develop their own countermeasure against the Man of Steel? Acclaimed writer Mark Millar answers those questions in Superman: Red Son. Starring a host of familiar superheroes, including Batman and Wonder Woman, this superb graphic novel offers a Superman you’ve never seen before.

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2. All-Star Superman – 2006

Considered the pinnacle of Superman comics, All-Star Superman is an example of great writing and great art. Grant Morrison attempted to strip the character down to his very basics and tell a Superman story without needing to worry about continuity. And he succeeded. Superman goes toe-to-toe with Bizarro and faces the final revenge of Lex Luthor. If you love Superman, you’ll love All-Star Superman. It’s a must-have and a must-read.

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1. Superman: Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow? – 1986

Alan Moore writes Superman. Need we say more? Moore teams with Curt Swan, the definitive Superman artist from the 1950’s through the 1970’s, to tell the final adventure of the Man of Steel featuring his last stand against Lex Luthor, Brainiac and a few other foes.

Moore wanted his plot to honour the long history of the character and to serve as a complete conclusion to his mythology. The story is a frame story set ten years after Superman was last seen, where Lois Lane recounts the tale of the end of Superman’s career to a reporter from the Daily Planet. Her story includes numerous violent attacks against Superman by his enemies, the public revelation of his secret identity of Clark Kent and a number of deaths of those closest to him.

Alan Moore is a master of this kind of superhero story. A public vote of the users on the website “Comic Book Resources” named it the 25th best storyline in comics of all time. It definitely deserves a place on this list as one of the best Superman comics ever.

Other notable reads:

Superman: Peace on Earth
Superman: Birthright
Superman for All Seasons
Kingdom Come
Superman: Speeding Bullets
For the Man Who Has Everything
Superman and the Men of Steel

From: http://www.fortressofsolitude.co.za/superman-comics-you-need-to-read/

10 Times Superman Was Forced To Kill

Superman doesn’t kill. It’s a truism almost as old and well known as the Man Of Steel himself, who by last count was something approaching 77 years old and in no danger of losing his popularity, with his last big screen outing netting a cool $872.7m at the box office. It’s one of the key aspects of his character, besides the red-and-blue uniform, the spit curl, and the secret identity that nobody really buys but ssshhh, we’ve all accepted it for this long, just go with it.

He may not be born of this Earth but Superman is supposed to represent the best of humanity, a standard we should all hold ourselves up to. Which means living virtuously, helping people, and firing lasers out of your eyes if you can. It also means not straight up murdering people, or killing at all, because that’s not cool. Even on Krypton, a place that was certifiably crazy-go-nuts. It’s why people kicked up such a fuss about the end of Zack Snyder’s Man Of Steel, why the character’s depiction in the Injustice: Gods Among Us video game is so weird, and why people are always wondering why Kal-El doesn’t use his superior powers to just enslave the whole human race.

Because he’s a good dude, that’s why! Jeez! Except, well, it’s one of those truisms that isn’t actually true. Clark Kent, against his better judgement, has killed before. And he’ll probably kill again, albeit reluctantly. Fun as it is to see The Punisher gun down loads of gangsters, there’s a lot more drama in a guy who expressly respects human life and holds it sacred having to snuff one out.

Which is why, today, we’re going to look at ten times Superman was forced to kill.

From: http://whatculture.com/comics/10-times-superman-was-forced-to-kill

Major Part of Superman’s Origin Retooled to Match the Donner Movies

Two weeks agoAction Comics #977 saw a none-too-subtle reference to Bryan Singer’s Superman Returns — and in a preview for this week’s issue, it looks like writer Dan Jurgens and artist Carlo Barberi will be headed back to the big screen again for a tweak to Superman’s origin that will sync the character up with Richard Donner’s Superman: The Movie.

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DC Comics put out a look at Action Comics #978, which features Superman’s first public appearance.

As in most modern incarnations, that appearance saw him rescue Lois Lane…but this time around, it’s not an experimental space plane or a plot by Lex Luthor, but a falling helicopter, not unlike in the character’s first big-screen outing.

The iconic moment is even captured on a variant cover by Gary Frank, who so often draws Superman resembling Christopher Reeve that most fans likely assumed it wasn’t meant to be representative of what’s inside the cover.

The dialogue (and wardrobe, for that matter) isn’t 100% the same, but it matches pretty well, right down to Lois’s brown jacket.

The issue, part two of “The New World,” will explore Superman’s history in the post-“Superman Reborn” era, giving fans a sense for what counts and what doesn’t, and what they will want to know going into the next year of Superman’s story…a year in which, it seems, Action Comics will hit #1,000 and the Man of Steel will face off against Doctor Manhattan and Ozymandias.

You can pre-order a digital copy here, or get a physical copy at your local comic shop on Wednesday.

Action Comics #978

(W) Dan Jurgens (A) Ian Churchill (CA) Andy Kubert
“Superman Reborn Aftermath” part two! Superman’s life has been changed, some good is back, but the bad is back as well-with a vengeance! As Superman’s allies gather to address the looming threat of Mr. Oz, another Squad seeks revenge against the Man of Steel-and you won’t believe who made the team!
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In Shops: Apr 26, 2017
SRP: $2.99

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From: http://comicbook.com/dc/2017/04/25/major-part-of-supermans-origin-retooled-to-match-the-donner-movi/

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