SUPERMAN/WONDER WOMAN #4
Written by CHARLES SOULE
Art by TONY S. DANIEL, BATT and SANDU FLOREA
Cover by TONY S. DANIEL
1:25 SCRIBBLENAUTS UNMASKED variant cover
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The secret of Superman and Wonder Woman’s relationship is out and the world’s reaction is mixed, but that’s the least of the power couple’s worries as Zod seeks to release Faora from the Phantom Zone!
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NYCC: DC Comics’ Superman Panel - At New York Comic Con, comic book writers Scott Snyder, Greg Pak, Tony Daniel, Charles Soule and others discussed Superman Unchained, the death of Superboy and plans for the Superman line of books.
Turning to “Superman/Wonder Woman,” Soule told the room that while Superman and Wonder Woman’s relationship is a large part of the book, “It’s not a make-out book. You can make out with it if you want to?” Soule added as the room cracked up.
Praising Daniel’s artwork in a slide showing Superman and Wonder Woman drifting above a storm cloud, Soule added that the image was symbolic of their relationship. “They have quiet moments here and there but issues one through six are a race…everything comes together in this gigantic way,” Soule said.
The writer also promised that Zod will show up in the title fairly soon. “We can show things about Zod that haven’t been talked about…he’s a creepy, creepy guy,” Soule added with a laugh.
Daniel added that he was having a “blast” drawing the characters and their allies, especially Wonder Woman’s family — the Greek gods and goddesses.
Comparing Superman meeting Diana’s family to “Meet The Parents” with “more fighting,” Soule said the relationship helped deepen what would otherwise be a straight superhero story. “It feels a little different than your average superhero fight,” Soule added.
Greg Pak talks Batman/Superman and Action Comics, Villains Month
Pak: I don’t want to say too much for fear of spoilers. But Action Comics #23.2: Zod looks at Zod’s very earliest days on Krypton, revealing certain critical scenes from his past for the very first time. He’s a villain with a real mission that makes complete moral sense to him, as insane as it might appear to anyone else, and we’ll delve deep into all of that.
Batman/Superman #3.1: Doomsday explores stories and myths of Doomsday from several different points of view. Everyone in the book has a slightly different take on exactly who or what Doomsday is. All I’ll say is that someone might be lying. And someone’s definitely telling the truth.
Justice League #23.1: Darkseid also delves into the earliest days of its titular character, and again, we’re showing critical early moments that you’ve never seen before. We’re also revealing some shocking information that will be of interest to anyone who was intrigued by Darkseid’s appearance in the first Justice League arc and by anyone who’s following the Trickster story in Batman/Superman right now. There’s also a huge reveal that will have a big impact on another great DC book in the near future. I’ll say no more — other than buy this book, friends.
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From Empire Magazine (via 11 New Stills From MAN OF STEEL Featuring Superman, Zod, Faora, Lois Lane And More)
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