There’s a new Man of Steel in town and he’s causing a stir. Find out more about the appearance of Lois and Clark Kent’s superheroes with one of the comics on our list.
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It’s not easy being the son of a legendary superhero, but Jon kent is putting itself in the spotlight. While you might not know Superman’s son as well (not to be confused with Superboy), Kent was originally created by Dan Jurgens for the “Convergence: Superman” series. Earlier this month, DC Comics announced that Kent dating as bisexual in “Superman: Son of Kal-El # 5”. In the comic, scheduled for release on November 9, the young Kryptonian regains his identity and falls in love with a reporter (like father, like son).
“I have always said that everyone needs heroes and that everyone deserves to see themselves in their heroes and I am very grateful to DC and Warner Bros. for sharing this idea,” said writer Tom Taylor. . “The Superman symbol has always stood for hope, truth and justice. Today this symbol represents something more. Today more people can see themselves in the Mightiest Superhero in Comics. “
For those who want to learn more about the young superhero, we’ve rounded up some of Jon Kent’s comics that are worth reading. Want more reading recommendations? Check out our list of vintage comics to add to your collection.
If you’re going to read about him, you might as well start from the beginning. Jon made his debut in the 2015 comic book “Convergence: Superman # 2”, by Dan Jurgens and Lee Weeks. In the story, Flashpoint Kal-El kidnaps Lois (while she is in labor). The Man of Steel must reach his wife in time, unless he wants Flashpoint Batman to give birth to his only child.
“Superman: Lois et Clark (Superman: DC Road to Rebirth)” by Dan Jurgens
Another collaboration between Jurgens and Weeks, “Superman: Lois and Clark” is the prelude to the rebirth of the DC Universe. The story picks up after the contentious area that erased their reality and replaced it with dozens of new worlds that make up the multiverse. Clark Kent, Lois, and their young son were transported to another Earth, similar to the one they left behind, but also very different. This world has its own familiar heroes and faces, including its own Lois and Clark and Superman. Lois and Clark are about to have their secrets revealed, while their son is caught in the crossfire, but can two men of steel exist in the same space? Read the comic to find out.
“Superman Vol. 2: Trials of the Super Son” by Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason
“Superman Vol 2: Trials of the Super Son” offers readers several stories about the Clark family. From their travels on Dinosaur Island to a chance encounter with Frankenstein and a confrontation with Batman and Robin, this book is packed with exciting adventures.
“Superman: Action Comics Volume 5: House of Kent” by Brian Michael Bendis
“Superman Vol. 5, The House of Kent” is the latest installment in an action-packed collection from Bendis and Romita Jr. In the story, Superman, Superboy, Supergirl, Brainiac 5 and Legion of Superheroes Conner Kent of Young Justice unite to take down an interdimensional villain unleashed by the invisible mafia.
“Superman: Son of Kal-El Vol. 1: The Truth ”by Tom Taylor
Kent makes his first appearance as Superman in “Superman Son of Kal-El, Vol. 1.” This comic is a good way to catch up on Jon’s story before “Superman Son of Kal-El Vol. 5” comes out. Taylor and illustrator John Timms usher in a new era as Kent begins his journey as a New Man of Steel. Due to popular demand, each “Superman Son of Kal-El” comic is being reprinted for release on November 23, and will now feature a DC Pride logo on the cover. The above comic is available on eBay but you can also find it on Amazon.