Dan Jurgens has a bit of history with Superman.
Yes, the legendary writer and artist has made many important contributions to the world of comic books throughout his career, but it’s his work on the seminal “Death of Superman” storyline that has proven to be the most influential and widely read. As one of the writers and artists behind that legacy-defining storyline and the author and penciller of its final issue, Jurgens’ work on the character can be felt in nearly every Superman story we’ve seen since.
There have been a lot of surprises around the DC Universe of late, but one of the biggest has to be the revelation that Pre-Flashpoint Superman and Lois Lane, along with their son, Jonathan, are alive and well and living anonymously outside Metropolis.
For many fans, the announcement that June would bring a new ongoing Batman Beyond comic was—to borrow a term from the show—very “schway.” While the world of Terry McGinnis has lived on since the animated series ended in 2001, most recently as a popular digital first series written by Kyle Higgins, this is the first ongoing Batman Beyond comic series set within DC Universe continuity.
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