In a surprising move, John Romita, Jr. is moving to DC, and will be drawing the ongoing Superman title beginning this summer. And to make the book even more high profile, DC Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns will be writing. The announcement was made in DC’s All Access web show, released Tuesday.
Romita has worked for Marvel for almost his entire career, with a handful of exceptions, and has never before worked for DC. His father was also a Marvel lifer.
This is apparently a long term move; DC co-publisher Dan Didio described Romita’s work on Superman as "hopefully just the first of many characters" he’d be drawing at DC.
Romita will be working with a long-time collaborator: Klaus Janson will be inking his work on Superman, according to Comic Book Resources.
To Work on 'Superman'
Posted by ICv2 on February 5, 2014 @ 12:36 am CT
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