The Story of Superman's Statue as Dan Jurgens Says Goodbye [Action Comics Special Spoilers]

The Story of Superman’s Statue as Dan Jurgens Says Goodbye [Action Comics Special Spoilers]

Posted by May 2, 2018 Comment

It was only the other day in Action Comics #1000 that we noticed that someone had chiselled the trunks back onto the statue of Superman in Centennial Park, Metropolis.

As opposed to his New 52 version. Given him a bigger chin, different belt, and a thicker torso as well.

All that fuss, but as Dan Jurgens writes his final Superman story, how does he say goodbye?

By smashing it to pieces. Oh, and also destroying an All-Star Superman theory in the process. Double whammy on his way out.

(W) Dan Jurgens, Max Landis, Mark Russell (A) Francis Manapul, Jill Thompson (A/CA) Will Conrad
“The Last Will and Testament of Lex Luthor”! When Superman’s world was reborn, his greatest enemy became his most unexpected ally. But does that truly reflect Lex Luthor-or was it all a sham? Now, as Lex Luthor’s path toward righteousness reaches its apex, he finds himself involved in an adventure in which Superman stands to be destroyed. What choice will Luthor make? Will he save Superman or watch him die at the hands of a foe he could not possibly imagine? This oversized special also features stories from the acclaimed teams of Max Landis and Francis Manapul (in a story previously slated to appear in the DC UNIVERSE HOLIDAY SPECIAL 2017 #1) and Mark Russell and Jill Thompson!In Shops: May 02, 2018
SRP: $4.99

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(Last Updated May 2, 2018 11:34 am )

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