DC to publish long-lost Siegel and Shuster story in honor of Motion Comics milestone

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DC Comics will publish the 1,000th concern of Motion Comics this yr, and to mark that event it’s additionally releasing a particular hardcover assortment referred to as Motion Comics #1000: 80 Years Of Superman. The e-book shall be a celebration of the Man Of Metal’s legacy, and it’ll have a complete bunch of recent and traditional tales and essays about not solely Superman, but additionally different big-name heroes who appeared in Motion Comics—together with Supergirl, Zatara, The Vigilante, Human Goal, and President John F. Kennedy.

After all, as a lot as individuals love The Vigilante, the true hook is the Superman stuff. As introduced in a press launch at the moment, Motion Comics #1000 will really function a long-lost story written by authentic Superman creators Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster referred to as “Too Many Heroes” that was apparently discovered a few years in the past by a younger Marv Wolfman—who has since develop into a well-known comedian e-book author himself, with one in all his personal Motion Comics tales being reprinted on this e-book.

The press launch doesn’t say if Siegel and Shuster’s households are getting paid for this long-lost story, however since that is alleged to be a celebration we most likely shouldn’t make references to how poorly DC Comics used to deal with the 2 guys who put it on the map. Anyway, the precise 1,000th concern of Motion Comics (the comedian e-book, not this e-book e-book) can even embody the first-ever DC story from longtime Marvel author Brian Michael Bendis and the reveal that Superman is getting the crimson underwear again on his costume—a factor that’s evidently vital to lots of people—so there are a number of particular issues taking place at DC in April.

Motion Comics #1000: 80 Years Of Superman shall be obtainable on April 19, and you may learn extra about it right here.

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