The Death Of Superman - Official Trailer

The Man of Steel meets his ultimate match when Doomsday comes to Earth – hell bent on destroying everything and everyone in his path, including the Justice League – in the all-new, action-packed The Death of Superman, part of the popular series of DC Universe Movies. 

Produced by Warner Bros. Animation and DC Entertainment, the feature-length animated film arrives from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment on Digital starting July 24, 2018, and on Ultra HD Blu-ray™ Combo Pack, Blu-ray™ Combo Pack and DVD August 7, 2018.

DC Comics Art Academy Featuring Dan Jurgens

Welcome to the DC Comics Art Academy, a series of art tutorials recorded at Comic-Cons featuring many of the gifted and unique artists working for DC today. In today's installment, legendary writer and artist Dan Jurgens demonstrates how he draws the character he's probably most famous for—Superman. Along the way, he offers his thoughts on why the Man of Steel continues to resonate, the importance on embracing your version of the character you're drawing and how he feels about Booster Gold. (Plus, look for a cameo by John Romita, Jr!)

For more from Dan, check out his recent work in Action Comics: https://www.readdcentertainment.com/Action-Comics-2016/comics-series/71637?ref=c2VhcmNoL2luZGV4L2Rlc2t0b3Avc2xpZGVyTGlzdC90b3BSZXN1bHRzU2xpZGVy

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The Death and Return of Superman Gets a Two-Part Animated Movie

It’s one of the most popular and powerful Superman stories ever told, but it’s such an epic tale that it can’t be faithfully told over a single film. So when Warner Bros. Animation, DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Home Entertainment adapt the famous story of the death and return of the Man of Steel just in time for its 25th Anniversary, it’ll be as two separate feature-length animated movies.

Classic Action: Dan Jurgens Returns to Superman in Action Comics

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.

Mike Carlin on returning to an iconic Death of Superman image

[gallery link="file" columns="2"] Do the above two images look similar? The first is the iconic spread by Jon Bogdanove and Dennis Janke from the classic Death of Superman storyline, the second is by Dan Jurgens and Jerry Ordway for next week's DCU Legacies #8. A few words from the book's editor, Mike Carlin, who also edited the original Death of Superman story:

Sterling Gates on SUPERMAN #700

superman75 I just remember how much it hurt. Superman was dead. I remember my dad explaining to me that these things happen, and nothing we say or do can stop them. I remember telling a kid in my Scout troop the news and watching tears well in his eyes. I remember wearing a black armband with a red s-shield on it to school. I remember being sad.
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