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COMIC SHOP NEWS #1276 (30 Nov 2011)

cover:  George Perez
COMIC SHOP NEWS #1276
30 Nov 2011
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Cover is taken from SUPERMAN #5 (Jan 2012)

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    Comic Shop News #1276 features Superman #5 on its cover

    posted Dec 2, 2011 6:02 PM by Vu Sleeper

    From Vu


    COMIC SHOP NEWS #1276 (30 Nov 2011)
    This month's Comic Shop News features SUPERMAN #5 (Jan 2012) on its cover.  The two-page article discuss why George Perez is leaving the title and Dan Jurgens and Keith Giffen will be taking over with issue #7.

    Quote from George Perez: "I miss drawing. I can't see myself staying on as a writer, because I want to draw. That's why I really wasn't enjoying the writing as much as I would have hoped. I was asked to do Superman based on stuff that I had done before; however, since it was a total relaunch, I didn't recognize the character and feel as close to him as I had hoped I would, because it didn't seem like my Superman."

    The free newspaper can be found free at most decent comic book shop, so check around if your store doesn't carry this.

     


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