DC Comics needs to tell people to put the Green Car down. You know, the one that appeared on the cover of the original Action Comics #1.
Last week saw DC Comics go there three times, twice in Superman: Return of Kal-El Special with Clark Kent and Jon Kent, and then again in Blue Beetle: Graduation Day #1 with the Yellow Beetle.
As we said then, to have one reference to Action Comics #1 may look unfortunate, to have two of the same looks like car-lessness, let alone three. But in tomorrow's Dark Crisi: War Zone, it is Supergirl's turn to catch the car.
Not just Darkseid, DC needs to stop throwing them as well. Oh yes, and Red Canary pops by…
DARK CRISIS WAR ZONE #1 (ONE SHOT) CVR A RAFAEL SARMENTO
(W) Various (A) Various (CA) Rafael Sarmento
A BOOTS-ON-THE-GROUND VIEW OF DARK CRISIS! Written by Matthew Rosenberg, Delilah S. Dawson, Jeremy Adams, Frank Tieri, and Stephanie Williams Art by George Kambadais, Daniel Bayliss, Fernando Pasarin, Matt Ryan, and Serg Acuña As the Hall of Justice falls, get new perspectives on the various conflicts while the battles across Dark Crisis rage on! With the classic Justice League members gone, see how members of the next generation such as Red Canary and The Flash Family deal with the chaos in this key chapter of the saga leading into Dark Crisis #7.
Retail: $5.99 In-Store Date: 12/06/2022
In Action Comics #1000 four years ago, it was revisited by Geoff Johns, Richard Donner and Oliver Coipel in 'The Car'.
In which we got to see why Superman was smashing that car up.
And how it got mended.
That original car. Still smashed up. And the in Doomsday Clock #10, Geoff Johns returned to the car with Gary Frank, in 1938…
However, as the metaverse shifts, the car is gone, as Superman is rewritten. While over in Superman: Leviathan Rising – it was still in play.
Where is the car now? Who broke it the second time? And who will lift it over their head? After all, even the TV shows want to have a go…
DC Comics, you have a problem. Put down the green car and step slowly away…