ACTION COMICS 987: “THE OZ EFFECT” part one! The agents of the mysterious Mr. Oz begin to move as the Man of Steel works to stop the chaos they unleash in Metropolis and across the globe. But when Mr. Oz steps from the shadows his identity rocks the Last Son of Krypton to his core. The story that began in DC Universe: Rebirth #1 begins to end here!
ACTION COMICS #987
Writer: Dan Jurgens
Penciller: Viktor Bogdanovic
Inkers: Jonathan Glapion, Jay Leisten,
& Victor Bogdanovic
Colorist: Mike Spicer
Letterer: Rob Leigh
The culmination of Rebirth started by Geoff Johns and others is exslained further in the pages of Action Comics written by Dan Jurgens. The fact is Superman or Kal-El, which is the name given by his father Jor-El, is right in the middle of the story to be resolved in the 12 part series call Doomsday Clock, where it is hinted that Superman will come up against the Watchmen character Doctor Manhattan. He was originally Dr. Jonathan “Jon” Osterman who was transformed into a blue, irradiated powerful being after he was disintegrated in an Intrinsic Field Subtractor in 1959.
He is the creature suspected of changing the DC universe after Flashpoint 2011, when 10 years of existence was stolen from the New 52 remake of the DCU. While that mystery will be resolved in the pages of Doomsday Clock, there still remains the question of the identity of Oz, who has been very interested in the life and trials of Superman. The series the “Oz Effect” will reveal the answer who he is and I hope the reason he is interested in Superman and those he comes in contact with. See the preview below.
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Who is Mr. Oz? Where does he come from? What does he want? And why does Superman seem to be at the center of it? It’s one of the biggest mysteries in Rebirth, and in this DC All Access comics clip, we’re diving in. Action Comics writer Dan Jurgens checks in to discuss his pivotal new storyline, “The Oz Effect,” and how its effects will be felt in Superman’s comics for years to come.