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DC Preview: Action Comics #1021

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DC Preview: Action Comics #1021

Metropolis down!

Metropolis down! The blockbuster supervillain team-up of the century continues. Leviathan! The invisible mafia! The Legion of Doom! All have descended on the city of Metropolis to challenge Superman at his most vulnerable moment. With the truth about the Man of Steel’s secret identity out in the open, all the rules of engagement have changed-and no one is safe! Guest-starring the Justice League and Young Justice.

Written by: Brian Michael Bendis
Pencils: John Romita Jr.
Inks: Klaus Janson
Colored by: Brad Anderson
Cover by: Brad Anderson, Klaus Janson, John Romita Jr., Alex Sinclair
Page Count: 24 Pages
Release Date: March 25 2020
Age Rating: 12+ Only

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DC Preview: Action Comics #1021

DC Preview: Action Comics #1021

DC Preview: Action Comics #1021

DC Preview: Action Comics #1021

DC Preview: Action Comics #1021

DC Preview: Action Comics #1021

DC Preview: Action Comics #1021

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