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Posted by: Matt McGloin
/ 3 years 25 weeks ago

DC Comics New 52: First Look At Superman's Father, Jor-El, and Krypton

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Check out some character designs and concept art for the father of Superman, Jor-El, and Krypton from tomorrow's Action Comics #2.

These are done by artist Gene Ha, who was also responsible for the sensational Flashpoint: Project Superman series. Mr. Ha comes onboard to draw pages for Action Comics #3.

Looks great!

And DC if you are listenting - we want Subject Zero in the New DCU!

Related: Images of Russel Crowe as Jor-El from the Man Of Steel have hit the net.

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ACTION COMICS #2

Written by GRANT MORRISON;
Art by RAGS MORALES and RICK BRYANT;
Cover by RAGS MORALES;
Variant cover by ETHAN VAN SCIVER;
1:200 B&W variant cover by RAGS MORALES
 
In his weakest moment, Superman is taken down – but by whom? And if the world wasn't ready for a man with super powers, they're utterly unprepared for the rage of a Superman cornered! The cornerstone character of the new DCU continues his debut adventure!
DC Universe 40pg. Color $3.99 US
On Sale October 5, 2011
 
ACTION COMICS #3
Written by GRANT MORRISON;
Art by RAGS MORALES, BRENT ANDERSON and RICK BRYANT;
Cover by RAGS MORALES;
1:25 Variant cover by MIKE CHOI;
1:200 B&W Variant cover by RAGS MORALES
 
"Superman, Go Home!" In a startling tale only Grant Morrison could bring you, the people of Metropolis turn on their new champion! But why? Plus, shocking secrets from Krypton revealed!
DC Universe 40pg. Color $3.99 US
On Sale November 2, 2011

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