Source: Bleeding Cool (this is how you credit the place you read the article)
It's that time of the month over at Bleeding Cool. The time when Rich Johnston's "little bleeders" are flowing heavily, visiting events like the Diamond Retailers Summit in Las Vegas, snapping photos of presentations, and sending them to Rich to publish on Bleeding Cool. The latest is a blurry photograph of an uncolored page from Superman #32 which will feature a brand new villain created by Geoff Johns and John Romita Jr.
It's impossible to make anything out of the photos, but that's not going to stop Uncle Rich from getting some unique hits out of it, and it's not going to stop us from siphoning some of those same unique hits with this copycat article. In fact, we're stealing all of Rich's articles today in retaliation for him not giving us a via link for that John Kovalic article.
But despite the useless photos, based on the past work of Johns and Romita, it should be safe to assume that this new villain is a sympathetic character with complex motivations that make him more interesting than Superman, and that he will eventually get his own tweener solo book, and also he will have rectangular sausage fingers and the same blocky face as every single other character Romita has drawn in the last ten years. Also, someone will get eviscerated.
Here's the photos. Start your speculation engines!
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