Superman Traverses Time and Space in ‘Strange Visitor’ Conclusion [Preview]
On sale this Sunday from DC Comics, Adventures of Superman #48 concludes the three-part “Strange Visitor” digital-first storyline. Written by Joe Keatinge, the story is one of the warmest and most mind-bendingly meta Superman tales released in recent memory, seeing the Last Son of Krypton in eras ranging from the earliest years of his creation to billions of years in the future as he — to put it as simply as possible — tries to rescue the occupants of a rocket ship marooned in a dimension more treacherous than any Superman’s visited before, one that he will have to prepare his whole life to traverse.
Collaborating with artists including Ming Doyle, Brent Schoonover, Dave Williams, Tula Lotay and Jason Shawn Alexander, “Strange Visitor” is an ornate tribute to the Man of Steel on his 75th birthday, and one that’s as dramatic as it is sentimental. Also Kamandi is in it.
Courtesy of DC Comics, ComicsAlliance is pleased to offer an exclusive four-page preview of “Strange Visitor” part three. If you wish to catch up, chapters one and two are available for your computer or mobile device for 99 cents each in DC Entertainment’s digital comics store as well as from ComiXology.
For more on “Strange Visitor,” be sure to check out Keatinge’s interview with CA’s Chris Sims.