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The Red Trunks Returns in DC’s Action Comics #1000DC is going all-out to celebrate the one-thousandth issue of Action Comics — the longest continually published comic book of its kind in history, the series that introduced Superman to the world and the title that launched the superhero genre. The Jim Lee-drawn cover features a new costume that integrates a variety of classic and new elements, including the Man of Steel's trademark red trunks. (Cover art by Lee & Scott Williams shown at right.)
"Action Comics #1000 represents a watershed moment in the history of not just comic books, but entertainment, literature and pop culture," said Lee. "There's no better way to celebrate Superman's enduring popularity than to give him a look that combines some new accents with the most iconic feature of his classic design."
Available at comics retailers on April 18, Action Comics #1000 features the DC debut of acclaimed writer Brian Michael Bendis in a 10-page Superman story featuring art by DC publisher and celebrated artist Jim Lee. This milestone issue will also include two 15-page stories from two of DC's current and most popular talent teams: Superman writer Peter J. Tomasi and artist Pat Gleason, as well as Action Comics writer and artist Dan Jurgens.
"The one-thousandth issue of Action Comics is an incredible milestone in pop culture and a testament to the vision of Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster," said DC publisher Dan DiDio. "Without this book, along with Siegel and Shuster's fertile imaginations and boundless creativity, the superhero's place in literature may have been wildly different, if not altogether nonexistent."
This must-have collector's item comic book will also feature previously unpublished art from Curt Swan, whose dynamic, iconic style many consider the definitive look for the Man of Steel throughout comics' Golden and Silver Ages. Acclaimed DC writer Marv Wolfman will script a story based on this never-before-seen content. In addition, the comic will include a collection of memorable bonus stories from some of the most celebrated names in comics and entertainment.
Contributors to this once-in-a-lifetime issue include legendary Superman movie director Richard Donner and New York Times best-selling writer Geoff Johns, with art by Olivier Coipel. Other contributing creative teams will include Paul Dini with Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez; Tom King with Clay Mann and Jordie Bellaire; Brad Meltzer with John Cassaday and Laura Martin; Louise Simonson with Jerry Ordway; Scott Snyder with Tim Sale and more to be announced.
In addition, this issue will feature eight decades-spanning open-to-order variant covers by:
* Steve Rude (1930s)
* Michael Cho (1940s)
* Dave Gibbons (1950s)
* Michael Allred (1960s)
* Jim Steranko (1970s)
* Joshua Middleton (1980s)
* Dan Jurgens (1990s)
* Lee Bermejo (2000s)
A blank variant cover edition is available to order as well.
Action Comics #1000 is an 80-page, Prestige Format issue with no ads and a cover price of $7.99 US. It will be solicited in the February 2018 PREVIEWS catalogue with an on-sale date of April 18.
This celebratory comic book is just the beginning; this milestone will be recognized across the DC superhero line for the month of April with a series of Superman-themed variant covers and even more to come.
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ACTION COMICS #1000 80 YEARS OF SUPERMAN HC
Join us for the 80th anniversary celebration of the most important comic book in American history: ACTION COMICS #1, featuring the first appearance of Superman! It's an extraordinary party as we revisit stories from across the decades, featuring the debuts of not just the Man of Tomorrow, but also Supergirl, Brainiac, the Fortress of Solitude and more! See the work of generations of top writers and artists on the original superhero! Enjoy sparkling essays from literary wizards who have won Pulitzer Prizes and hit the bestseller lists, including Jules Feiffer, who relives his memories of when ACTION COMICS #1 first hit newsstands. Plus, a historical essay by guest editor Paul Levitz, and all one thousand ACTION COMICS covers presented on a special 30' x by 39.75' poster! And as a bonus, don't miss a previously unpublished 1940s Superman tale believed to be written by Jerry Siegel with art by the Joe Shuster studio, salvaged fifty years ago and hidden away until now! This new hardcover serves as a companion to the ACTION COMICS #1000 comic book coming in March!
Promo Action Comics 1000
Solo per chi prenota entro il 18 febbraio (tassativamente) il prezzo è speciale: invece di 7,99, solo 5,99 euro. Per chi le acquista tutte e dieci, c'è un ulteriore sconto: per 50 euro tondi, si possono avere le dieci variant, una per decennio più la blank.
Il libro "80 YEARS OF SUPERMAN HC" (preorder entro il 4 febbraio) costa 29,99 euro.
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