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Superman: The Man of Steel was a planned sequel to Superman Returns . The project was cancelled and evolved into the 2013 action-oritented "reboot" called Man of Steel .

The sequel would have centered around Brainiac who would have originally been from Krypton. He would have followed Superman back to Earth from the remnants of Krypton during his five year trip. Also, the bank robber who shot Superman in the eye around the middle of the first film would turn out to be John Corben, a.k.a. Metallo for the sequel.

Superman: The Man of Steel was a planned sequel to Superman Returns . The project was cancelled and evolved into the 2013 action-oritented "reboot" called Man of Steel .

The sequel would have centered around Brainiac who would have originally been from Krypton. He would have followed Superman back to Earth from the remnants of Krypton during his five year trip. Also, the bank robber who shot Superman in the eye around the middle of the first film would turn out to be John Corben, a.k.a. Metallo for the sequel.

Superman and the Men of Steel is a retelling of Superman 's origin story , establishing the character's history in Prime Earth continuity following timeline changes caused by Flashpoint . It is Grant Morrison 's debut arc in his [[Action

Superman and the Men of Steel is a retelling of Superman 's origin story , establishing the character's history in Prime Earth continuity following timeline changes caused by Flashpoint . It is Grant Morrison 's debut arc in his Action Comics volume published as part of The New 52 , with illustration by Rags Morales , Gene Ha and Andy Kubert . This succeeds the previous established origin story presented in Geoff Johns ' Superman: Secret Origin .

This series drastically changes Superman's origin story. His early years as Superboy are eliminated from continuity. It's said that he recently developed powers, and they greatly increased over time. Clark Kent begins his career as Superman as an adult wearing a t-shirt and jeans with his cape. His career as a reporter begins at the Daily Star working for George Taylor . [1] His cape is shown to be made of indestructible Kryptonian fibers. [2] Krypton is redesigned to more closely resemble modern society. [3]

Superman was, in effect, born on Earth when the starcraft landed there. Jonathan and Martha Kent found the infant inside the vessel and brought him to their farm in Smallville, Kansas. Since he appeared entirely human, the Kents assumed that the baby was a victim of a cruel experiment. At this time the baby had no super powers. The Kents named the infant Clark and raised him as their own son.

As Clark grew older his Kryptonian body began developing superhuman abilities. When Clark was eighteen, Jonathan took him to the field where his starcraft still lay hidden and explained how he and Martha had found him. Clark resolved to use his powers only for the good of mankind. After revealing his secret to his childhood friend, Lana Lang, Clark left Smallville to study at Metropolis University.

Clark initially used his powers covertly to help people and prevent or thwart disasters. Ultimately, he was forced to use his powers in public to prevent the crash of a NASA space-plane. Thereafter he and his foster parents devised a new costumed secret identity he would adopt when using his abilities in public. They called his new persona “Superman,” the name given him by Lois Lane, a reporter for the Metropolis Daily Planet who had been aboard the space-plane.

Superman: The Man of Steel was a planned sequel to Superman Returns . The project was cancelled and evolved into the 2013 action-oritented "reboot" called Man of Steel .

The sequel would have centered around Brainiac who would have originally been from Krypton. He would have followed Superman back to Earth from the remnants of Krypton during his five year trip. Also, the bank robber who shot Superman in the eye around the middle of the first film would turn out to be John Corben, a.k.a. Metallo for the sequel.

Superman and the Men of Steel is a retelling of Superman 's origin story , establishing the character's history in Prime Earth continuity following timeline changes caused by Flashpoint . It is Grant Morrison 's debut arc in his [[Action

Superman and the Men of Steel is a retelling of Superman 's origin story , establishing the character's history in Prime Earth continuity following timeline changes caused by Flashpoint . It is Grant Morrison 's debut arc in his Action Comics volume published as part of The New 52 , with illustration by Rags Morales , Gene Ha and Andy Kubert . This succeeds the previous established origin story presented in Geoff Johns ' Superman: Secret Origin .

This series drastically changes Superman's origin story. His early years as Superboy are eliminated from continuity. It's said that he recently developed powers, and they greatly increased over time. Clark Kent begins his career as Superman as an adult wearing a t-shirt and jeans with his cape. His career as a reporter begins at the Daily Star working for George Taylor . [1] His cape is shown to be made of indestructible Kryptonian fibers. [2] Krypton is redesigned to more closely resemble modern society. [3]

Superman: The Man of Steel was a planned sequel to Superman Returns . The project was cancelled and evolved into the 2013 action-oritented "reboot" called Man of Steel .

The sequel would have centered around Brainiac who would have originally been from Krypton. He would have followed Superman back to Earth from the remnants of Krypton during his five year trip. Also, the bank robber who shot Superman in the eye around the middle of the first film would turn out to be John Corben, a.k.a. Metallo for the sequel.

Superman and the Men of Steel is a retelling of Superman 's origin story , establishing the character's history in Prime Earth continuity following timeline changes caused by Flashpoint . It is Grant Morrison 's debut arc in his [[Action

Superman and the Men of Steel is a retelling of Superman 's origin story , establishing the character's history in Prime Earth continuity following timeline changes caused by Flashpoint . It is Grant Morrison 's debut arc in his Action Comics volume published as part of The New 52 , with illustration by Rags Morales , Gene Ha and Andy Kubert . This succeeds the previous established origin story presented in Geoff Johns ' Superman: Secret Origin .

This series drastically changes Superman's origin story. His early years as Superboy are eliminated from continuity. It's said that he recently developed powers, and they greatly increased over time. Clark Kent begins his career as Superman as an adult wearing a t-shirt and jeans with his cape. His career as a reporter begins at the Daily Star working for George Taylor . [1] His cape is shown to be made of indestructible Kryptonian fibers. [2] Krypton is redesigned to more closely resemble modern society. [3]

Superman was, in effect, born on Earth when the starcraft landed there. Jonathan and Martha Kent found the infant inside the vessel and brought him to their farm in Smallville, Kansas. Since he appeared entirely human, the Kents assumed that the baby was a victim of a cruel experiment. At this time the baby had no super powers. The Kents named the infant Clark and raised him as their own son.

As Clark grew older his Kryptonian body began developing superhuman abilities. When Clark was eighteen, Jonathan took him to the field where his starcraft still lay hidden and explained how he and Martha had found him. Clark resolved to use his powers only for the good of mankind. After revealing his secret to his childhood friend, Lana Lang, Clark left Smallville to study at Metropolis University.

Clark initially used his powers covertly to help people and prevent or thwart disasters. Ultimately, he was forced to use his powers in public to prevent the crash of a NASA space-plane. Thereafter he and his foster parents devised a new costumed secret identity he would adopt when using his abilities in public. They called his new persona “Superman,” the name given him by Lois Lane, a reporter for the Metropolis Daily Planet who had been aboard the space-plane.

Welcome to CBR’s live coverage of the Superman: The Man of Tomorrow panel, DC Comics’ first presentation of Comic-Con International 2008. Check back here every few minutes for more updates directly from the discussion in San Diego with panelists including Senior Editor Matt Idelson, “Action Comics” writer Geoff Johns, “Superman” writer James Robinson, “Supergirl” artist Jamal Igle, “Supergirl” writer Sterling Gates, “Superman” artist Renato Guedes and “Action Comics” fill-in artist Joe Prado.

Johns: “I’m really excited because we’re all starting to work on Superman together. Right now we’re all working in tandem to get the Superman books and universe lined up like we did with Green Lantern; to get every character on the same page so we can tell really big stories.”

“New Krypton” is coming up, and features the citizens of Kandor assuming Earth is their new homeworld. “Chaos ensues,” Johns said.


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