DC Comics plans to team-up superstar creators for its “Superman Superstars” initiative in 2024, starting with Jason Aaron and John Timms’ Action Comics storyline “I, Bizarro” in January.
My Adventures with Superman finds a young Clark Kent making his way in the big city, while trying to balance the responsibilities of his secret identity and his job at the Daily Planet.
Many characters created during the ’90s have been long-forgotten, but Superman’s ally John Henry Irons is about to celebrate his 30th Anniversary in the Steel: A Celebration of 30 Years hardcover collection.
Power Girl and Fire & Ice: Welcome to Smallville spin directly out of the pages of the Power Girl Special #1 (available on May 30) by Leah Williams and Marguerite Sauvage.
Mark Waid fans will be happy in July with two more DC projects on the way.
The format change (which hasn’t been attempted since 1988 to 1989’s year long Action Comics Weekly experiment) will feature three stories per issue centered on Superman and the Superman Family, Lois Lane, and Power Girl.