ACTION COMICS #1000 TO FEATURE VARIANT COVERS BY LEGENDARY COMIC BOOK ARTISTS
Covers to Reflect Different Eras of Superman’s 80-Year History
With ACTION COMICS speeding toward its landmark 1,000th issue on Superman’s 80th anniversary (April 18), DC today revealed a series of variant covers for this must-have issue, capturing the look and feel of the Man of Steel throughout different eras of his 80-year run.
Some of comics’ most prolific artists will be lending their considerable talents to celebrate Superman’s incredible impact on comics, literature and popular culture through these variant covers:
- 1930s by Steve Rude (FUTURE QUEST, FUTURE QUEST PRESENTS
- 1940s by Michael Cho (BATMAN BLACK AND WHITE)
- 1950s by Dave Gibbons (WATCHMEN)
- 1960s by Michael Allred (BUG!: THE ADVENTURES OF FORAGER)
- 1970s by Jim Steranko (CATWOMAN: SELINA’S BIG SCORE)
- 1990s by Dan Jurgens (ACTION COMICS) and Kevin Nowlan (HAWKMAN: FOUND)
- 2000s by Lee Bermejo (LUTHOR)
- (Not Shown: 1980s cover by Joshua Middleton)
Wow, very reflective art-work, these covers invoke both memories and possibilities as we all draw closer to Acton-1K!
I love the artwork. It’s so detailed and very vibrant. I especially like the first image. It’s very powerful.
The image of Lois revealing Clark as superman kind of reminds me of an image for an add for 90’s Superman show Lois and Clark where Terry Hatcher reveals Dean Cain as Superman. These images are so iconic and well made. I’m impressed.
Yes, it was the cover of Season 1 DVDs from Lois & Clark.
Yeah that’s the cover I was thinking about. It is very similar kal-bert
I agree, completely.
I want the Dan Jurgens and Steve Rude ones as posters.