The controversial creator will be working on a third volume of "Hoodie Superman" for DC Comics.
J. Michael Straczynski broke the following news on Twitter:
Good news: with presales on Superman: Earth One volume two terrific and DC loving the quality of the book they've told me to start volume 3
The Outhouse has recently made fun of JMS a lot, focusing on his tragically bad Spider-Man stories like "The Other" and "Sins Past" as well as his inability to finish more than 3 issues of a comic book without giving up and moving on to something new. As such, we're just gonna stick to the facts with this one. Here they are:
Earth One is an alternate universe re-imagining of Superman, not to be confused with pre-Flashpoint Earth One Superman, or the DCnU Superman who is implicitly from Earth One because of the DCnU series Earth 2, which deals with a second DC Universe in the DCnU's continuity. This kind of clarity is only possible thanks to the simplification of continuity enacted by the DC Reboot last year. Heckuva job, DC.
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