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‘My Adventures with Superman’ gets new comics series starting June 2024

‘My Adventures with Superman’ gets comics series set in the same world.

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My Adventures with Superman fans rise up, and the hit animated show is getting a comic book series! The first issue launches on June 4th and comic shops can put in orders starting March 15th. The series is written by series producer Josie Campbell and drawn by artist Pablo M. Collar. My Adventures with Superman picks up from the explosive end of season one, serving as a bridge to the highly anticipated season two.

“Being the producer of My Adventures with Superman and bringing Clark Kent to TV screens around the world has been nothing but a dream come true for me,” said Campbell. “So I’m absolutely thrilled that Pablo and I get to bring fans even more adventures with Superman, this time in comic book form!”

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So what’s My Adventures with Superman about?

Clark Kent is a bit down and out, spending Christmas alone in Metropolis. But when he gets a tip about a monster in the sewers, Superman, Lois Lane and Jimmy Olsen spring into action to investigate this mystery. What is this monster that can absorb anything it touches, and why is it here in Metropolis?

“This story is one we actually talked about in the writers room, but we didn’t have space for it in season one,” continued Campbell. “So get ready for romance, comedy, super-powers, Jimmy Olsen talking a lot about how he’s super-rich now, and all the goodness of the show bundled into this action-packed miniseries.”

Don’t miss our My Adventures With Superman season 1 ending explained article.

Artist Pablo M. Collar brings an impressive DC pedigree to this series, having provided art for DC’s Are You Afraid of Darkseid, DC’s Ghouls Just Wanna Have Fun, and other DC anthology titles. “I was completely in love with My Adventures with Superman the minute I saw the announcement of the series, and I jumped at the chance to work with Josie on the comic,” said Collar. “Superman has always been the reference and the symbol of all that’s good in us, and being part of something like this is a dream come true, and the whole team will give it our best.”

Check out the main cover by Carli Squiteri, with variant covers by Gavin Guidry and Riley Rossmo below, plus a blank sketch variant cover will also be available.

'My Adventures with Superman' gets comics series set in the same world 'My Adventures with Superman' gets comics series set in the same world

For more on this news read the press release below.

On June 4, DC is bringing the action and excitement of the hit animated series My Adventures with Superman to comic book fans in a new series. Written by series producer Josie Campbell and drawn by artist Pablo M. Collar, My Adventures with Superman picks up from the explosive end of season one, serving as a bridge to the highly anticipated season two.

“Being the producer of My Adventures with Superman and bringing Clark Kent to TV screens around the world has been nothing but a dream come true for me,” said Campbell. “So I’m absolutely thrilled that Pablo and I get to bring fans even more adventures with Superman, this time in comic book form!”

Clark Kent is a bit down and out, spending Christmas alone in Metropolis. But when he gets a tip about a monster in the sewers, Superman, Lois Lane and Jimmy Olsen spring into action to investigate this mystery. What is this monster that can absorb anything it touches, and why is it here in Metropolis?

“This story is one we actually talked about in the writers room, but we didn’t have space for it in season one,” continued Campbell. “So get ready for romance, comedy, super-powers, Jimmy Olsen talking a lot about how he’s super-rich now, and all the goodness of the show bundled into this action-packed miniseries.”

Artist Pablo M. Collar brings an impressive DC pedigree to this series, having provided art for DC’s Are You Afraid of DarkseidDC’s Ghouls Just Wanna Have Fun, and other DC anthology titles. “I was completely in love with My Adventures with Superman the minute I saw the announcement of the series, and I jumped at the chance to work with Josie on the comic,” said Collar. “Superman has always been the reference and the symbol of all that’s good in us, and being part of something like this is a dream come true, and the whole team will give it our best.”

My Adventures with Superman #1 is available for pre-order at participating comic book shops Friday, March 15, and arrives at participating shops and e-tailers Tuesday, June 4. The debut issue features a main cover by Carli Squiteri, with variant covers by Gavin Guidry and Riley Rossmo, plus a blank sketch variant cover. See your local shop for further details and pre-ordering.

For the latest on Superman and all things DC, visit the official DC website at www.dc.com, and follow @DCOfficial, @Superman and @thedcnation on social media. A massive collection of past and present Superman stories by comics’ greatest storytellers is available on the DC UNIVERSE INFINITE digital subscription platform (DCUI). For more information and a free trial, visit the DCUI website at www.dcuniverseinfinite.com. DCUI is not available in all countries and is not intended for children.

Produced by Warner Bros. Animation, tune in to Season One of My Adventures with Superman on MAX and Adult Swim, with Season Two coming soon to Adult Swim.

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