COMICS: Preview For ACTION COMICS #6

COMICS: Preview For ACTION COMICS #6

The present-day Superman must save a younger version of himself in next week's issue of Grant Morrison's run on Action Comics. Check out a four-page preview after the jump.

The breakneck pace of Grant Morrison's run on ACTION COMICS continues as the Superman of the present day must team up with suspiciously different versions of the Legion of Super-Heroes to save the jeans-wearing Superman of five years ago! Whose hand is that on the cover? Why, the leader of the Anti-Superman Army, of course!

Plus, a backup by Sholly Fisch and ChrisCross that spins directly out of the lead story!












STORY BY
Grant Morrison, Sholly Fisch
ART BY
Andy Kubert, Jesse Delperdang, Chriscross
COVER BY
Andy Kubert, Rags Morales
RELEASE DATE
Wed, February 1st, 2012









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