In March's 2016 DC solicits, both New 52 Hal Jordan & Superman are going to meet their pre-new 52 versions.

Details )

Source: ComicBook.com; ComicBookResources

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DC Comics talks with Dan Jurgens and Lee Weeks on the DC's Convergence spin-off Superman: Lois and Clark and what we may see in this book

Read more... )

Source: DC Comics


Newsarama interviewed with artist Dragotta to learn more on the art of Superman: American Alien, what it was like working with Landis, and how he approached this young, innocent version of Clark Kent.

Detailed Interview )

Source: Newsarama


SUPERMAN: AMERICAN ALIEN #1
Preview images at ComicVine; ComicBook.com; Newsarama; ComicBookResources

STORY BY: Max Landis
ART BY: Nick Dragotta
COLORS BY: Alex Guimaraes
LETTERS BY: John Workman
COVER BY: Ryan Sook, Nick Dragotta, Alex Guimaraes
PUBLISHER: DC

* Summary:
- Hollywood screenwriter and Eisner Award nominee Max Landis (Chronicle, American Ultra, ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN) joins forces with top comics artists including Jock, Francis Manapul and Jae Lee to bring you SUPERMAN: AMERICAN ALIEN, a 7-issue miniseries chronicling the life of Clark Kent and his development into the archetypal hero he will eventually become. But these are not the stories of the iconic “Superman” as you know him, but of the soft-spoken, charming, often-funny Kansas farm-boy behind the Man of Steel. With the tone of each issue ranging from heartwarming and simple, to frighteningly gritty and violent, to sexy, sun-kissed and funny, SUPERMAN: AMERICAN ALIEN is unlike anything you’ve seen before.

In this first issue, superstar artist Nick Dragotta (East of West, Fantastic Four) illustrates the story of Jonathan and Martha Kent as they struggle to deal with their 12-year-old son’s latest quirk—he’s been floating up into the air, sometimes hundreds of feet!

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Dan Jurgens did an interview with ComicBook.com on Supeman: Lois and Clark #1. Details under the cut.

Warning: spoilers

Interview )

Source: ComicBook.com



SUPERMAN: LOIS AND CLARK #1
Preview images at Comicvine; Newsarama; ComicBookResources

Written by Dan Gurgens
Art by Lee Weeks
Cover by Lee Weeks
Published by DC Comics
Release date: 10/14/2015


* Summary:
-Following the epic events of CONVERGENCE, here are the adventures of the last sons and daughter of the Krypton and Earth as they try to survive in a world not their own. But can they keep this world from suffering the same fate as their own? Can this Superman stop the villains he once fought before they are created on this world? What is Intergang, and why does Lois's discovery of it place everyone she loves in jeopardy? What will happen when their nine-year-old son learns the true identity of his parents? Make way for the original power couple, for better, for worse, in sickness and in health, until death do them part!

Discussion here; here; here; here
According to BleedingCool, artist for Justice League 3001,
Howard Porter, will be drawing the ongoing Superman comic for DC Comics.

Source :BleedingCool


The Man of Steel has been facing challenges both human and inhuman since his secret identity was revealed in the on-going TRUTH storyline. Find out what writer Gene Yang has in store for Clark Kent in Issue #42 - on sale now.
He’s the world’s first super-hero, and there’s few things that have never been done with him. Superman has lost his parents, kept his parents, lost them again. He’s dated a mermaid, watched his high school sweetheart battle it out with his girlfriend, marry the woman of his dreams, and have that all change as well. But this spring, Superman finally faced an enemy that he couldn’t vanquish.

The Truth.

Joining legendary artist John Romita, Jr. to tell the tale of how Clark Kent’s secret identity got revealed to the world — and Lois Lane’s part to play in it — is Eisner award-winning writer Gene Luen Yang. Both gentlemen sat down with Comicosity in advance of this week’s issue #42 to discuss their take on the Man of Steel, the role Lois Lane plays in his life today, and what it’s like to deliver something new to Superman after 77 years.

Detailed Interview )

Source: Comicosity


Writer Gene Luen Yang may be throwing plenty of physical challenges at Superman — as well as the threat that Lois Lane will discover and expose his secret identity — but the Eisner-winning creator said the current "Truth" storyline in Superman is actually all about information.

And the writer said readers will learn soon about the "multiple motivations" that prompted Lois Lane to reveal Clark's secret publicly.

Detailed Interview )

Source: Newsarama


Superman: Lois and Clark, written by Dan Jurgens and illustrated by Lee Weeks, picking up nine years after the miniseries Convergence: Superman. On-sale October 14.

SUPERMAN: LOIS AND CLARK
Written by Dan Jurgens
Art by Lee Weeks

Following the epic events of CONVERGENCE, here are the adventures of the last son and daughter of Krypton and Earth as they try to survive in a world not their own. But can they keep this world from suffering the same fate as their own? Can this Superman stop the villains he once fought before they are created on this world? What is Intergang, and why does Lois’s discovery of it place everyone she loves in jeopardy? And what will happen when their nine-year-old son learns the true identity of his parents?

Source: ComicBookMovie; ComicBookResources; IGN

Discussion here


he Daily Planet article, written by Lois Lane, that outs Clark Kent as Superman. The article was mentioned in Action Comics #41, the first post-Convergence Superman comic.

Source: ComicBook.com; BleedingCool; ComicBookResources
Discussion here; here
Superman's seen his share of changes lately. We saw he got a new power in SUPERMAN #38 and he also revealed his identity to Jimmy Olsen. Because of that new power, things will never be the same. THERE WILL BE SPOILERS BELOW, obviously. We strongly urge you read SUPERMAN #40 and the DIVERGENCE Free Comic Book Day issue first.

Superman gained the ability to unleash a "solar flare." It's powerful but also leaves him drained for 24 hours after. Because of this, in issue #40, Superman still wasn't at 100%. Having no choice but to stop some evil-doers, things didn't go too smoothly for him. Superman got a little beat up. He also couldn't fly away so was left leaping off. This gave a bystander the chance to record his departure. When it made the news, a certain someone saw it and was able to put two and two together

Source: Comicvine
Discussion here


CONVERGENCE: SUPERBOY AND THE LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES #1
Preview images at ComicBookResources; AV Club

Story by: Stuart Moore
Art by: Gus Storms, Mark Farmer
Colors by: John Rauch
Letters by: Pat Brosseau
Cover by: Pia Guerra, Chip Kidd
Publisher: DC Comics

* Summary:
- STARRING HEROES FROM CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS!! While Brainiac 5 struggles to break through the dome, Superboy tries to keep the Legion of Super-Heroes’ spirits up – until the Atomic Knights ride into town to cause mass destruction!

Discussion here

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