This isn't your father's Superman, but it might be your great-grandfather's.
The biggest release of this week is easily Grant Morrison’s Action Comics #1. Along with artist Rags Morales, Morrison sets out to chronicle the latter half of the first year of Superman’s career. This is a very different Superman, channeling the earliest era of Superman stories to turn Kal-El in to a sort of populist vigilante.
Maybe I am the only one, but it sure seems like the story that could quickly turn Superman in to a villain.
Read the full review of the title over at the Examiner.
Pulp Empire has announced our next project and it is all about taking readers to the world of Barsoom!
Heroes of Mars will focus its attention on Edgar Rice Burroughs’ Mars setting, as new writers will take the world in to the 21st century!
We are now accepting submissions! Head over to Pulp Empire for more details!
Readers were surprised to learn the new big bad of the DCU was none other than the Eye of Sauron.
Over at the Examiner, my coverage of the new DCU kicks in to high gear! After last week’s Justice League #1 review, this will begin four weeks of in-depth looks at many of the New 52.
Capsule profile on this one: Justice League International underwhelms on everything but Aaron Lopresti’s art. Stormwatch shows potential, but may not work long term in the greater DCU.
Be sure to check out the full reviews for more details!