Geoff Johns Leaving Superman
Superman #38 just saw Geoff Johns give Superman a new costume and a new power, and now it's learned the DC Comics Chief Creative Officer is leaving the series.
Johns posted on DCComics.com that Superman #39 will be his last, with the new creative team to be announced.
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Superman #38 came out yesterday and JR and I wanted to say thank you, because the issue sold out!
I have to admit, it's a little bittersweet, because not only is it our final chapter of the Ulysses storyline, it's also the penultimate issue to my short run on the title with the great and amazing John Romita Jr., as issue #39 will be my last.
I’m incredibly honored to have been the lucky writer working alongside JR on his first-ever monthly book for DC Comics and I'm extremely proud of the work we've done, especially the final issue of the run which dives deeper into the fallout from Superman’s new power.
You'll find out the next team on Superman very soon. As for what’s next for me in the comic world besides JUSTICE LEAGUE with the amazing and talented Jason Fabok, you'll have to ask my longtime friend and collaborator, the great Gary Frank...
Until then, I also wanted to say thank you to everyone for watching #DCTV every week!