“Superman #14” and “Supergirl #33” Cover Changes

According to Bleeding Cool, DC Comics have asked retailers not to release two comics, Superman #14 and Supergirl #33, with the covers they were initially shipped with.

The change comes because of a change in story content, according to the article. For Superman #14, the story was not part of the Year of the Villain: Dark Gifts storyline, and adds a tease for the Legion appearing in the issue.

With Supergirl #33, the story retains its Year of the Villain branding, but also adds the Legion element as a tease.

Replacement copies will be provided to retailers for free.

Here are the initial two covers:

And the new covers:

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August 9, 2019 10:04 pm

Looks really interesting. I will be reading these issues when they come out.

August 10, 2019 7:04 pm

Seems that Supergirl was just redrawn by a different artist, same layout, only thing that was added was the Brainiac blurb at the bottom

August 11, 2019 4:30 am

Oi, why did they redo the Supergirl cover, if it was going to look the same? The original has a lovely Silver Age feel about it.

August 11, 2019 10:36 pm

“Year Of The Villain” has Dan Didio written all over it.