Mon-El is back, and he’s got red jammies on! DC Comics released a sneak peek of Superman #694 that features the return of the hero, and his new look as well.

Superman #694
Written by James Robinson
Art by Javier Pina
Cover by CAFU

Kicking off a new 5-issue storyline that will rocket readers all the way to the monumental SUPERMAN #700! Mon-El makes his triumphant return to Metropolis with a new look and a determined manner just in time to combat the unstoppable fury of Bizarro. But with his powers phasing in and out, will the new Mon-El be able to save his city even with the help of the Guardian and Metropolis’s Science Police?

via DC Comics


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    • I can’t tell if this is sarcasm or not, hence the following: Well, Mon _did_ only take the job at the request of Kal-El, who pretty much said that “Metropolis needs a Superman”. So, like, in tribute to the “First Superman”, SuperMon Secondus has chosen Kal’s colors & family emblem to wear. :)

        • But wasn’t that always part of his story–that his costume was Kal’s with the colors reversed as a way of connecting them as “brothers”?

          Yep. But Mon’s original costume had the big bush jacket tunic that people keep trying to get rid of, for some reason.

  1. Mon-El is essentially Superman after DC loses the rights to Clark Kent, Krypton, Lois Lane and other familiar attributes after 2013 to the Siegel family.

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