March 28, 2011: A Look at "Action Comics #900" and "Superman" After "Grounded"

Action Comics #900 DC Comics has released an image of a variant edition of the cover to "Action Comics #900". Artist Adam Hughes pays homage to Neal Adams in his variant cover.

In other Superman comic book news, Newsarama.com has published an interview with writer Chris Roberson, talking to him about the monthly "Superman" title, and what his plans are for the book once he's done with the "Grounded" story.

    Nrama: As we head toward the summer, is there anything you can tell us about what's coming for Superman? And are you staying on the title after "Grounded" comes to a conclusion?

    Roberson: Superman reaches the end of his journey, both geographically and psychologically. He gets a chance to make things right with Lois (but does he?). We find out why a schoolteacher from Ohio has been dogging his heels halfway across the country, and why she's so dead-set on him remaining mired in depression and doubt. And there will be a few more surprises along the way.

    As for what happens after "Grounded" wraps up, I'm afraid that answer is above my pay grade! That's up to "The Powers That Be." But I'd happily keep writing Superman for as long as they'll let me.

Read the complete interview at Newsarama.com.



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