FRANK MILLER And JOHN ROMITA JR. To Give Superman New Origins In YEAR ONE.

FRANK MILLER  And JOHN ROMITA JR. To Give Superman New Origins In YEAR ONE.

It was revealed at the DC Master Class' Comic-Con International: San Diego panel that Frank Miller and artist John Romita Jr., Will be giving Superman a new origin in the new 100-page graphic novel title Superman: Year One.




"It has to do with revisiting the origins of a certain DC Comics character," said Miller, introducing the book. "It has to do with revisiting a certain DC Comics character who wears glasses in his normal life."








Superman: Year One will allegedly explore Clark Kent coming into his own as a superhero.

"You know through, Dark Knight I got to touch just about the ones in the DC pantheon but I never had my real meaningful crack at Superman. In the case of DC Comics, which has by far and away the strongest and richest mythology, there are those three fundamental pillars they have of Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman. All of the other characters, they kind of string along underneath them, which is wonderful." Miller told Vulturen a recent interview.

DC comics hasn't yet shared any plot details about Superman: Year One, but we will update as the story unfolds.

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