MAN OF STEEL May Have Had Something To Do George Perez Leaving SUPERMAN
We have heard some of the reasons why George Perez left writing Superman, but one of the newest ones was reveal at Toronto's Comic Con and it may have something to do with Zack Snyder's Man of Steel.
George Perez's run on Superman has been criticized to no end. Perez however has stated in recent interviews that DC had his hands tied as to what stories he could do. He also said that no being able to see what Grant Morrison was doing in Action Comics, which was set before Clark became Superman, limited his vision for the series. At this years Toronto Comic Con Perez has given one more reason why his run on The Man Of Tomorrow's self title didn't last. According to him Zack Snyder, Christopher Nolan and the producers of Man Of Steel are having a say in what is going on in Superman comics. "They have to deal with people producing the movie, who also had a say in what’s going on in the comic as well. My one fear, I’m not producing a comic, I’m producing a storyboard for a movie, that’s not what I wanted to do," he said. He also went on to say that the powers that be at DC would change their minds constantly which made it extremely difficult to meet deadlines.
To see what else Perez had to say about his working conditions while writing Superman head on over to Bleeding Cool. You can check out Man Of Steel staring Henry Cavill as Supes on June 14, 2013.
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