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Date: 28 Sep 2011
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Written by GEORGE PEREZ; Breakdowns and cover by GEORGE PEREZ; Art by JESUS MERINO
The new adventures of Superman begin here! What is The Man of Steel's startling new status quo? How does it affect Lois Lane and The Daily Planet? There's no time for answers now, because Superman must stop a monstrous threat to Metropolis – one that he somehow is the cause of!

DC Universe |  32pg. | Color | $2.99 US
On Sale September 28, 2011

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    DC COMICS corporate confusion made legend GEORGE PEREZ “not care” anymore.

    posted Jun 30, 2019, 9:24 AM 

    From Vu

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    From Check out artist Ethan Van Sciver's comment on George Perez's Superman Super-Apathy on

    George Perez's New 52 Superman brief run

    posted Jan 21, 2019, 12:59 PM by Vu Nguyen

    From Vu

    SUPERMAN CELEBRATION (07-10 June 2012)
    Metropolis, Illinois
    A fan recently asked why George Perez's New 52 Superman run was so short.

    I thought everyone knew that George Perez quit/left that title... that's why it was only six issues.

    The editors were constantly changing George Perez's story (even though the scripts were approved months prior). It sounded like the book was being written by multiple people and these changes forced George to re-write storyline based on the previous changes, etc.

    Here is an excerpt about 2012's appearance at the Superman Celebration in Metropolis, Illinois, via

    "Unfortunately when you are writing major characters, you sometimes have to make a lot of compromises and I was made certain promises, and unfortunately not through any fault of Dan DiDio, he was no longer the last word, lot of people making decisions, going against each other, contradicting, again in mid story. The people who love my Superman arc, I thank you. What you read, I don’t know. After I wrote it… I told them here’s my script, if you change it, that’s your prerogative, don’t tell me. Don’t ask me to edit it, don’t ask me to correct it, I don’t want to change something that you’re going to change again if you disagree. No no, Superman is a big character, I was flattered by the responsibility, but I thought this was getting a little tough.

    I didn’t mind the changes in Superman, I just wish it was the same decision issue 1 or issue 2, and I had to kept rewriting things because another person changed their mind, and that was a lot tougher, it wasn't the same as doing Wonder Woman, I was given a full year to get Wonder Woman established before enfolded into the DC Universe properly, I had a wonderful editor Karen Berger who ran shotgun for me. They wanted me to recreate what I did through Wonder Woman, but it’s not the same age, not the same atmosphere, I couldn’t do it any more, and the writer who replaced me, Keith Giffen, was very nice. I’ve known Keith since we both started in the industry, he called me up when they asked him to do Superman to make sure I wasn’t being fired off Superman. And regrettable I did have to tell him I can’t wait to get off Superman. It was not the experience I wanted it to be."

    Superman #52 variant cover by Mikel Janin

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    • Aquaman #52 variant cover by Brett Booth and Norm Rapmund
    • Batgirl #52 variant cover by Babs Tarr
    • Batman #52 variant cover by Rafael Albuquerque
    • Catwoman #52 variant cover by Inaki Miranda
    • Detective Comics #52 variant cover by Francis Manapul
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    Superman #1, pg. 4 breakdowns
    posted Dec 20, 2015, 4:26 PM by Vu Nguyen

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    Jesus Merino writes:
    January 15, 2012

    Proceso de trabajo en Superman, #1, pagina 4. Del layout de George Perez al color de Brian Buccellato.

    Work process in Superman #1, page 4. From George Perez' layout to Brian Buccellato's colors.

    Jesús Merino shows two layouts Superman pages
    posted Feb 24, 2014, 12:47 PM by Vu Nguyen

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    25.02.13 1900 hrs . Universidad de derecho de Algeciras . Algo se empezó a mover en Algeciras  en relación al mundo del Cómic. Algo que llevaba dormido demasiado tiempo.

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    ByLine (Universal) app features George Perez's Superman cover

    posted Feb 6, 2014, 12:30 PM by Vu Nguyen

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    I was looking for some news application and randomly saw this ByLine (Universal) app on the iTunes store. 

    One of the screen shot they used featured George Perez's cover for SUPERMAN #1 (28 Sep 2011).

    DC's New 52 relaunch a last-minute change?
    posted Jan 19, 2012 5:35 PM by Vu Sleeper


    SUPERMAN #1 (28 Sep 2011)
    DC Comics’ new logo numbering mystery
    January 19, 2012 @ 03:00 PM by Steve Sunu

    DC Comics’ new logo was officially unveiled this morning, followed by the release of mockups showing how the “peel” design would appear on digital devices, collected editions and single issues. However, a closer look at the latter reveals a comics conundrum: a New 52 cover for Batman, with the current creative team of Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo, is labeled as Issue 708, while George Perez’s Superman #1 cover is numbered somewhere between #700 and #709 (it’s partially obscured, making it difficult to tell). Here’s the thing — despite the New 52 covers, both of those issues were published before the New 52 was announced in July 2011.

    Gene Ha to draw new Justice League
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    SUPERMAN #1 (28 Sep 2011)
    Johns & Ha Build The Modern "Justice League"
    by Kiel Phegley, News Editor | Posted: Thu, 05 Jan 2012 13:58:01 -0800

    With sales of its first issue totaling over 360,000 print copies since its September debut, DC Comics' "Justice League" remains the biggest draw in superhero comics. And with March's issue #7, the series steps into the current era of the DC Universe with a new story written by DC CCO Geoff Johns and illustrated by fan favorite artist Gene Ha, both of whom spoke with CBR News about the story, the team and the ramifications coming after an opening battle with Darkseid in the current Jim Lee-drawn arc.


    Asked whether the team would expand to a bigger lineup in issue #7 as has been hinted by early Jim Lee promotional art, the artist said, "I'm not introducing any new costumed JL members in the one issue I'm doing. There are some new characters showing up, but none of them are members of the team in costume."

    However, Ha was relishing the chance to play with the new versions of DCU favorites, including the Kryptonian Battle Armor version of Superman. "I know that a lot of people did not like how George Perez did the cover to 'Superman' #1 where the armor looked like separate plates, but frankly -- I kind of liked it! I'm just a huge fan of George Perez. I mostly stayed towards the Jim Lee version but threw a little Perez in there. I saw a few comments online that some people didn't like it, but most people seemed to like how it turned out. It was a bit of a compromise between the two."


    Superman #1 and Green Arrow #1 top charts for September comics

    posted Oct 11, 2011 6:51 PM by Vu Sleeper


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    Superman #1 preview at CBR

    posted Sep 24, 2011 12:42 PM by vu sleeper


    SUPERMAN #1 (Sep 2011)
    Superman #1
    Story by George Perez
    Art by George Perez, Jesus Merino
    Cover by George Perez
    Publisher DC Comics
    Cover Price:$2.99
    Release Date: Wed, September 28th, 2011

    The new adventures of Superman begin here! What is The Man of Steel's startling new status quo? How does it affect Lois Lane and The Daily Planet? There's no time for answers now, because Superman must stop a monstrous threat to Metropolis – one that he somehow is the cause of!

    Alternate cover for Superman #1
    posted Sep 5, 2011 12:34 AM by vu sleeper


    SUPERMAN #1 (Cover B) (28 Sep 2011)
    DC Comics rebooting... again...
    Posted 13 June 2011 - 11:50 AM

    Alternate cover for Superman #1.

    Superman: Man of Steel movie wearing modern Superman costume?

    posted Aug 24, 2011 11:54 AM by vu sleeper

    From Vu

    SUPERMAN #1 (Sep 2011)
    Photos from fans from the new Superman: Man of Steel (2013) movie showing actor Henry Cavill wearing blue pants:


    Superman #1 pre-order sales over 100k

    posted Aug 23, 2011 6:41 PM by vu sleeper [ updated Aug 23, 2011 7:05 PM ]


    SUPERMAN #1 (Sep 2011)
    DC Comics hopes revamped heroes and digital will save the day
    Aug. 22, 2011 | 6:45 p.m. by Ben Fritz and Geoff Boucher

    DC Comics co-publisher Dan DiDio was at a comic-book store in New Jersey when he noticed something alarming. Over the course of an hour, only two customers came in. And, this was a Saturday — the busiest day of the week for most retailers.

    “The walk-in, casual fans have gotten away from us,” DiDio observed. “We are down to just the die-hard buyers.”


    In the short run, it seems everyone in the comic-book industry will benefit. DC’s flagship title, “Justice League No. 1,” has pre-orders for more than 200,000 print copies, which would make it the bestselling title of 2011. Six other new DC No. 1’s already have more than 100,000 pre-orders.

    “Fan interest is huge — much of it positive, some negative, and some very cautious,” Gladston said.

    But much-hyped events and reboots have boosted comic-book sales before without much long-term effect. Wolfman wrote one of the earliest in 1985 with “Crisis on Infinite Earths,” which was originally intended to result in every comic book restarting at No. 1, before editors decided against it. Since then, events, crossovers and reboots have become a near annual occurrence for DC and Marvel.

    “The stunts have run their course,” Liefeld said. “This is the biggest one in the past 25 years, and nothing else can come close.” 

    [ Read more at ]

    DC Comics new 52 video

    posted Aug 1, 2011 1:28 AM by vu sleeper [ Aug 6, 2011 3:31 AM ]

    From Vu

    SUPERMAN #1 (Sep 2011)
    This video at DC Comics The New 52 shows off George Perez's Superman #1 cover on the background of Dan Dido and Grant Morrison.

    On Wednesday, August 31st, DC Comics will launch a historic renumbering of the entire DC Universe line of comic books with 52 first issues. Here’s your central starting point for all 52 of those issues.

    Bleeding Cool: Two New Pages From Superman #1

    posted Jul 30, 2011 12:32 PM by vu sleeper


    SUPERMAN #1 (Sep 2011)
    Two New Pages From Superman #1
    Submitted by Rich Johnston on July 30, 2011 – 10:00 am

    From George Perez, two pages from the upcoming Superman #1.

    GeekMom: SDCC Fallout: Lois Lane, Female Creators and DC Comics

    posted Jul 28, 2011 6:49 PM by vu sleeper


    SUPERMAN #1 (Sep 2011)
    SDCC Fallout: Lois Lane, Female Creators and DC Comics
    July 28, 2011 Posted by : Corrina Lawson

    Since I didn’t attend San Diego Comic Con last week, I did the next best thing and tried to enjoy it vicariously via Tweets, blogs and articles at GeekMom and elsewhere.


    The panel above shows the new status quo of her relationship with Clark. The setup is that they’ve been working together five years and never apparently connected, nor has Lois not figured out there’s something her fellow employee might be hiding, like a secret identity. Apparently, she’s too busy running things or hanging out with men who like pointing fingers when they meet someone. But worse than that, her appearance is merely a prop to make the reader feel bad for poor Clark because the girl he wants is having sex with someone else. This is not an accident, this is intended to be read that way.

    Yes, Lois is a supporting character. But she’s also DC’s most recognizable female character next to Wonder Woman or, arguably, Batgirl. To see her reduced to a prop to make the reader feel bad for Clark is frustrating, especially since one of the things I asked for in my Open Letter to DC was three-dimensional characterization, even if the women were not the stars of the book. Add to that the report that DC Superman Group Editor Matt Idelson said Superman doesn’t need a “trophy wife” at the SDCC panel and I’m very pessimistic about getting a three-dimensional Lois.

    Jesus Merino's Superman and Lois Lane sketches

    posted Jul 25, 2011 2:06 PM by vu sleeper


    SUPERMAN #1 (Sep 2011)
    Today’s Designing the New DCU 52 panel at SDCC
    Sunday, July 24th, 2011 By David Hyde

    During today’s Designing the New DCU 52 panel at SDCC, attendees were invited to see how characters are designed to how they end up looking in the final pages of a comic book. Below, take a look at the art we showed during this presentation for such titles as ALL-STAR WESTERN, ANIMAL MAN, BATGIRL, BIRDS OF PREY, THE FLASH, GREEN ARROW, THE SAVAGE HAWKMAN, I, VAMPIRE, LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES, RED HOOD AND THE OUTLAWS, SUICIDE SQUAD, SUPERBOY, SUPERGIRL, SUPERMAN and TEEN TITANS.

    More Superman pages

    posted Jul 24, 2011 4:39 PM by vu sleeper

    From, thanks to Ilke

    SUPERMAN #1 (Sep 2011)
    DC Comics showed even more preview images from upcoming DCnU titles Friday afternoon at Comic-Con International: San Diego, this time featuring the Superman family of titles.

    Tulsa World: DC Entertainment relaunches 52 of its storylines
    posted Jul 24, 2011 11:46 AM by vu sleeper


    SUPERMAN #1 (Sep 2011)
    DC Entertainment relaunches 52 of its storylines
    By BRANDI BALL World Scene Writer
    Published: 7/24/2011 2:31 AM

    The new look of Superman as shown in a DC Comics preview magazine at Comic Empire. DC Comics is starting all of its DCU comics over next month at No. 1. George Perez's Superman will now be without red briefs. JAMES GIBBARD/Tulsa World
    Superman is back on the market - in a revamped comic series and as a bachelor.

    He has truly become "The Man of Tomorrow."

    In hopes of reaching a younger audience, DC Comics is relaunching all of its DC Universe comics for "The New 52" line - which includes Batman, Green Lantern and Wonder Woman. Each will start over at No. 1 with fresh storylines, beginning in September.

    "Some of the old school people are a little skeptical," said Mike McCormick, owner of Comic Empire of Tulsa for 28 years. "DC is taking a bit of a chance. If you stop it and start it over again, will it lose momentum? No one knows for sure, it is a gamble. But it's exciting."

    There will be two Superman-centric titles:

    Action Comics No. 1, written by Grant Morrison and illustrated by Rags Morales, will be set five years in the past. Wearing jeans, a T-shirt and a cape, the younger, brooding Superman is still finding his way as an alien from the planet Krypton.

    And there will be George Perez's Superman, which takes place in the present. It features Superman's new costume, a villain who's more powerful than Superman, Clark Kent as a bachelor, and Lois Lane dating a co-worker - who is not Clark Kent - at the Daily Planet.

    [ Read more at ]


    The Daily briefly mentions Superman
    posted Jul 22, 2011 11:05 AM by vu sleeper

    From Vu

    THE DAILY - July 22, 2011: Acting Cool (22 Jul 2011)
    Today's issue of The Daily features a brief mention of George Perez's Superman #1.


    Two page preview of Superman #1

    posted Jul 22, 2011 10:42 AM by vu sleeper

    From, thanks to Ilke

    SUPERMAN #1 (Sep 2011)

    DC Comics has revealed Jonathan Carroll, Lois Lane's new boyfriend and Daily Planet co-worker in the rebooted Superman title.

    "Superman is one of the world's greatest super heroes, but he can't have it all," DC co-publisher Jim Lee said. "Many of us know what it's like to be the odd man out and we think readers will have a soft spot for Clark when they see his reaction to Lois' new boyfriend."

    "In resetting Superman's story and origin, it gave us a chance to revisit the challenges of that relationship in a contemporary setting," said DC co-ublisher Dan DiDio.

    Superman #1, by George Perez and Jesus Merino, arrives in stores on Sept. 28. Click on the thumbnails for larger images.

    Details of the new Superman

    posted Jul 18, 2011 2:26 PM by vu sleeper


    SUPERMAN #1 (Sep 2011)
    The New Man of Tomorrow
    Monday, July 18th, 2011 by David Hyde

    He has been called the Man of Steel, the Last Son of Krypton and a strange visitor from a distant planet.

    He is Superman, the Man of Tomorrow. As part of DC COMICS – THE NEW 52, this September will usher in a new Superman for the new century.


    And in the SUPERMAN ongoing comic book series, by writer George Perez and artist Jesus Merino, will be set in present day continuity and will unleash a series of new challenges for Superman and his alter ego Clark Kent.

    * Clark Kent is single and living on his own. He has never been married.

    * Lois Lane is dating a colleague at the DAILY PLANET (and his name isn’t Clark Kent) and she has a new position with the paper.

    Timeless and modern, classic and contemporary, but younger, brasher and more brooding, this is Superman. The New Man of Tomorrow.

    ACTION COMICS issue 1 goes on sale on September 7 and SUPERMAN issue 1 goes on sale September 28.

    TMZ: Superman & Lois Lane are not together

    posted 1Jul 18, 2011 2:21 PM by vu sleeper


    SUPERMAN #1 (Sep 2011)
    Superman & Lois Lane -- DUNZO!!!!
    7/18/2011 12:55 AM PDT by TMZ Staff

    Maria and Arnold ... J.Lo and Marc Anthony ... and now Superman and Lois Lane are officially KAPUT ... TMZ has learned. Seriously.

    Sources at DC Comics tell us ... the company is rebooting the Superman comic book series in September -- with a brand new Superman #1 -- in the hopes of creating a new starting point for fans with more modern, relevant story lines.

    And there are some HUGE developments ... including the fact that Lois and Clark are NOT together. In fact, we're told Lois has a new boyfriend.

    [ Read more at ]


    Source: New DCU - Superman

    posted Jun 30, 2011 2:24 AM by vu sleeper


    SUPERMAN #1 (Sep 2011)
    New DCU - Superman
    Monday, June 27th, 2011 by voce

    The new adventures of Superman begin here! What is The Man of Steel’s startling new status quo? How does it affect Lois Lane and The Daily Planet? There’s no time for answers now, because Superman must stop a monstrous threat to Metropolis – one that he somehow is the cause of!

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    Cover by GEORGE PEREZ

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    George Perez clarifies new Superman involvement

    posted Jun 12, 2011 2:06 AM by vu sleeper

    From George Pérez Fan Page

    SUPERMAN #1 (Sep 2011)
    Since I'm not going to be doing any interviews regarding the SUPERMAN reboot (not wishing to inadvertently spill any plot beans) I just want to give you all the skinny on what exactly I'm doing on the book. As was recently revealed is that ...I will be writing the new series SUPERMAN: THE MAN OF TOMORROW. What wasn't explained is that I'm also doing the thumbnail layouts for the book, something I did for artist Kerry Gammill years ago when I worked on ACTION COMICS. This way, I'd be providing my storytelling style, body language and suggestions for facial expression, but the final look of the book and characters will be handled by Jesus Merino, and from what I've seen of his work so far, we're going to work quite well together. I was asked to draw the covers, so I will get some experience drawing this new Son of Krypton. I hope you like what you see and read when it debuts in September. And that's all I have to say about that. Ask me no questions and I'll tell you no lies. ;-)

    History Happens Now: Superman #1: The Man of Tomorrow, Today

    posted Jun 10, 2011 8:00 PM by vu sleeper [ updated Jun 10, 2011 8:06 PM ]


    SUPERMAN #1 (Sep 2011)
    History Happens Now
    Friday, June 10th, 2011 by David Hyde


    Superman #1: The Man of Tomorrow, Today

    What is Superman’s startling new status quo? How does it affect his friends, loved ones and his job at The Daily Planet? Find out in SUPERMAN #1, written by legendary comics creator George Perez (CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS, NEW TEEN TITANS and WONDER WOMAN) and illustrated by Jesus Merino.

    George Perez involved in new Superman #1?
    posted Jun 3, 2011 11:32 PM by vu sleeper


    SUPERMAN #1 (Sep 2011)
    Flashpost: The New Superman #1
    Submitted by Rich Johnston on May 31, 2011 – 4:30 pm

    In Superman #1, launching in September, we will see what appears to be a new uniform for Superman. Based on the usual style, but more segmented with scores, seams or raised lines running across and around his arms, legs and torso. Kneepads as part of a segmented bulky boot. And a belt that reflects the Superman shield shape. And involvement in some form by George Perez. I’m also told Rags Morales may be involved with Action Comics #1.