It was revealed during the “DC Master Class” panel at Comic-Con this weekend, that writer Frank Miller and artist John Romita Jr. are teaming-up to create a new 100-page graphic novel titled “Superman: Year One”.
“It has to do with revisiting the origins of a certain DC Comics character,” said Miller, introducing the book. “It has to do with revisiting a certain DC Comics character who wears glasses in his normal life.”
In an interview with Vulture.com, Miller said, “I’ve got a new Superman project that’s getting started, telling his origins… It’s telling his beginnings from when Pa Kent discovered him in the cornfield, and the little boy goes to youth, and then to manhood.”
No release date has been set as yet, but we’ll keep you updated on this project as news comes to hand.