Thirty years after he reinvented the origins of The Dark Knight in the masterful Batman: Year One back in 1987, comic book author Frank Miller has announced that he will next tackle the origins of The Last Son Of Krypton with a Superman: Year One style tale.
Miller announced the project during the DC Master Class panel at San Diego Comic Con.
Speaking with Vulture, Miller said, "I've got a new Superman project that's getting started, telling his origins … It's telling his beginnings from when Pa Kent discovered him in the cornfield, and the little boy goes to youth, and then to manhood."
Miller's most recent work appeared in the pages of Dark Knight III: The Master Race series, which he co-wrote with Brian Azzarello. Miller is also currently working on a prequel to his fan-favorite 300 entitled Xerxes: The Fall of the House of Darius and the Rise of Alexander over at Dark Horse Comics. That book arrives next year.
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