Frank Miller and John Romita's Superman: Year One for DC's Black Label is Late Already

The mature readers DC Comics imprint that Bleeding Cool first reported on back in February, Black Label, was announced as making its publishing debut with the Superman: Year One saga from Frank Miller and John Romita.

The three-part prestige series was announced as hitting shelves August 2018.

It was a very quiet hit then. One that hasn't appeared in the DC solicits for August — almost as if it isn't there. Especially as it was intended to launch the new label in August.

Yup, it's late. Already. Still, at least Miller's 300 prequel is coming out from Dark Horse now… and Romita is busy with more Kick-Ass

Maybe for September now?

Superman: Year One from Frank Miller and John Romita Jr.

A groundbreaking, definitive treatment of Superman's classic origin story in honor of his 80th anniversary. This story details new revelations that reframe the Man of Steel's most famous milestones—from Kal-El's frantic exile from Krypton, to Clark Kent's childhood in Kansas, to his inevitable rise to become the most powerful and inspiring superhero of all time.

Frank Miller and John Romita's Superman: Year One for DC's Black Label is Late Already

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