DC has revealed two shocking pages from the upcoming Superman: Earth One Volume 2.
Out on November 6, Superman: Earth One volume 2 is a followup to the hit 2010 graphic novel Superman: Earth One by J. Michael Straczynski which presented a younger, angstier, hoodie-wearing Superman. If these preview pages are any indication, Superman will be getting even more extreme, as he appear to be... well, in technical terms, incinerating the fuck out of some dude with his heat vision. There may be more to this story than meets the eye, but as responsible journalists here at The Outhouse, we prefer to jump to conclusions. Superman will face a presumably younger, angstier, hoodie-wearing version of The Parasite in the new graphic novel.
The Outhouse reached out to DC's glorious leader Dan Didio for serious comment on Superman's apparent murderous nature, but he appeared to be excited by the prospect, responding, "Ladies and Gentlemen, boys and girls, dyin' time's here!"
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