Checklist‎ > ‎DC Comics‎ > ‎Superman‎ > ‎Action Comics (1938)‎ > ‎

ACTION COMICS #645 (Digital) (23 Jun 2020) DC Comics

cover:  George Perez
ACTION COMICS #645 (Digital)
Date: 23 Jun 2020
Cover Price: $1.99

Originally printed in:
First appearance of Maxima

  • DC Comics‎ > ‎Superman‎ > ‎Action Comics (1938)‎ > ‎

  • Recent Announcements

    • Marvel Legends: Ultron coming August 2021 From MARVEL LEGENDS: ULTRON (Aug 2021) Hasbro Hasbro Marvel Legends Series 6-inch Ultron Action Figure Toy, Premium Design and Articulation, Includes 5 Accessories and Build-A-Figure ...
      Posted by Vu Nguyen
    Showing posts 1 - 1 of 5434. View more »
    "My Lady Maxima" (pages) 
    writer:  Roger Stern
    George Pérez
    art:  George Pérez
    Brett Breeding
    colors:  Glenn Whitmore
    letters:  Bill Oakley
    editor:  Jon Peterson
    Mike Carlin
    ACTION COMICS #645 (Sep 1989) DC Comics
    ACTION COMICS #645 (Digital) (23 Jun 2020)
    DC Comics

    Action Comics #645 available on digital today, June 23, 2020

    posted Jun 23, 2020, 5:33 PM  


    ACTION COMICS #645 (Digital) (23 Jun 2020)
    DC Comics
    Maxima (in her first appearance) tries to flush out Superman in “My Lady Maxima!”

    News: Super Writer: Roger Stern

    July 05, 2006 06:23 pm
    Super Writer
    By: Steven J. Ferrari

    ACTION COMICS #645 (Sep 1989) DC Comics

    Just days before the opening of Superman Returns, former Superman writer Roger Stern sits at a table in the lobby of Regal Cinemas at the Pyramid Mall. The table is covered with issues of Superman that he wrote, and he is talking superheroes with passers-by. As Ithaca's link to the world's first superhero, Stern is acting as the celebrity guest at the theater's Superman Carnival, to promote the opening of Superman Returns.


    "I tallied it up at the end of the year and I think it was close to 10,000 miles I traveled that year," he said.

    Despite the hectic schedules, he said he enjoyed being a part of the Superman writing team and working with creators like Jerry Ordway, George Perez, Mike Carlin and Curt Swan, who is recognized as one of the definitive Superman artists.

    "Curt's drawn Superman in every pose imaginable," Stern said. "He's an incredible resource. It was great working with him. He was in his 70s and still just as good as ever." The world without

    When the word got out that DC was planning on killing Superman, a media frenzy ensued. Stern credited the huge amount of press the story got on a slow news week.