A New Future for the Man of Steel - Comic-Con 2021 Panel

If you haven't noticed, there's a whole lot happening in the world of Superman these days! DC Editor in Chief Marie Javins leads a super discussion on what lies ahead with the super talented, multiple Eisner Award-nominated writers Tom Taylor (Superman: Son of Kal-El), Phillip Kennedy Johnson (Action Comics), Grant Morrison (Superman and the Authority) and Mikel Janin (Superman and the Authority). Fans of both Clark and Jon Kent won’t want to miss this one!

Son of Kal-El: The Story of Jon Kent

What do you do when your father is the world’s greatest superhero, your mother is a hard-hitting journalist with a nose for trouble, and your best friend is a bite-sized assassin with a chip on his shoulder?

Warworld Arrives in Atlantis, with Superman Caught in the Middle

Writer Phillip Kennedy Johnson established himself as a creative force at DC starting in 2019 with the critically acclaimed DC Black Label series

Tom Taylor Launches a New Superman for a New Era
A Normal Life: Jordan Elsass on Being Superman & Lois's Other Son

Imagine this for a moment. Your father is the best-loved superhero on the planet, capable of doing almost anything. Your mother is a Pulitzer-winning journalist who’s broken some of the biggest stories of your lifetime.

First Look: Superman's New Creative Team Makes Their Debut
It’s a new day for Superman as Phillip Kennedy Johnson and Phil Hester come out soaring in this first look at their debut issue.
First Look: DCeased: Dead Planet Reaches its Bloody End
It’s a battle of “unlife” and death with the fate of billions on the line in this first look at the finale of DCeased: Dead Planet.

Jon Kent

As the son of Clark Kent and Lois Lane, Jon Kent has inherited powers and abilities far beyond those of mortal boys. Call him Superboy.

Parental legacies are hard to live up to—especially when your parents are Superman and Lois Lane. And Jon Kent is the child of two worlds. Half Kryptonian and half human, the onset of his superpowers has made him eager to follow in his dad’s footsteps. But Jon has a lot to learn about himself and about the world before he can make a habit of saving it.

Wonder Woman would be the first to tell you that the bonds of sisterhood run deep between the Amazons. In Future State, these bonds will be tested as never before—and what it means to be an Amazon will be redefined in unexpected ways. 

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