On April 18, DC Comics' second longest running series, Action Comics, will hit a major milestone and become the first American comic to ever reach 1000 issues. The 80-page issue includes art and stories from huge names like Brian Michael Bendis, John Cassaday, Olivier Coipel, Paul Dini, José Luis García-López, Geoff Johns, Dan Jurgens, Tom King, Louise Simonson, Scott Snyder, and Marv Wolfman! It will also feature an unpublished story by the classic Silver Age Superman artist Curt Swan. To celebrate this huge moment, DC has released a free five-page story called "Of Tomorrow" and you can read it right now, right here!
The current fan fave Batman creative team of Tom King, Clay Mann, Jordie Bellaire, and John Workman have put together a heart-wrenching story about love, family, and the end of the world as we know it. It's an exciting taste of the sequential smorgasbord that Action Comics #1000 will have to offer us, and it's a fun free comic for you to read this new comic book day! As you can see from our sneak preview process page, the comic is full of classic Supes action, and this five-page story is the perfect way to get excited about the Man of Tomorrow's 80th Anniversary.
Will you be flying faster than a speeding bullet to get Action Comics #1000? Who's your favorite Superman artist? Is there one creator you're especially exciting to see tackle the Son of Krypton? Pull on your red underpants and let us know below!
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