Frank Miller Is Writing a ‘Superman: Year One’–Style Origin Story
Comics legend Frank Miller announced today at San Diego Comic-Con that he’s working on a Superman origin story. Referring to it as “Superman: Year One,” he explains in the accompanying video that he sees it as his chance to take a “meaningful crack” at one of the richest characters in superhero fiction. Prepare for Pa Kent like you’ve never seen him before.
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