Another bulletproof winner from Julian Totino Tedesco…
DC’s solicitations are out Friday and poking among the selections, I found Julian Totino Tedesco’s latest magnificent Action Comics cover, for April’s Issue #1042.
It is almost unfair how good this is and it really makes me wish DC would set him loose on a classic-style Superman graphic novel. Because damn. (Love the echo of the Golden Age [the head] mixed with both George Reeves [the body shape] and Christopher Reeve [the logo and tights].)
Wanna see more of his covers? You definitely do. Also check out the links below.
And hey, the regular cover — by another favorite, Riccardo Federici — is badass too, but in a much different fashion:
Kal-El the Barbarian!
Anyway, here’s the full solicitation info:
ACTION COMICS #1042
Written by PHILLIP KENNEDY JOHNSON
Art and cover by RICCARDO FEDERICI
Backup art by ADRIANA MELO
Backup written by SHAWN ALDRIDGE
Variant cover by JULIAN TOTINO TEDESCO
$4.99 US | 40 pages | $5.99 US Variant (card stock)
ON SALE 4/26/22
The origins of Mongul, his mysterious champions, and Midnighter’s underground rebellion stand revealed! When another of Superman’s truest allies is killed, will the tragic loss end the rebellion before it begins? Or will it be the spark that finally unites Superman’s forces against the unstoppable Mongul? The Warworld Revolution begins! Also featuring the finale to the epic Martian Manhunter backup series!
— Behold the Year’s Most Spectacular SUPERMAN Cover. Click here.
— This ACTION COMICS Cover Echoes GEORGE REEVES’ SUPERMAN. Click here.