SUPERMAN Breaks Loose in ACTION COMICS #991 Lenticular Cover

Action Comics #991
Credit: DC Comics
Credit: DC Comics

The lenticular cover for Action Comics #991 has been unveiled in which artist Nick Bradshaw depicts Superman in a classic pose - with a twist. 

In the art, Superman is chained in Mr. Oz's clutches, but a tilt of the cover will reveal the Man of Steel breaking loose with the kryptonite links flying everywhere.

Though no animated version of the cover has been released, both stages of the image can be seen here.

Credit: DC Comics

Mr. Oz was recently revealed as Jor-El, Superman's father, who was transported to Earth under mysterious circumstances prior to Krypton's destruction. You can read more about that right here.

Action Comics #991 is due out on shelves November 8.

ACTION COMICS #991
Written by DAN JURGENS
Art by VIKTOR BOGDANOVIC
Lenticular cover by NICK BRADSHAW
Variant cover by NEIL EDWARDS and JAY LEISTEN
Retailers: This issue will ship with three covers. Please see the order form for details.
“THE OZ EFFECT” part five! After being revealed as [REDACTED], Mr. Oz makes his last moves against the Man of Steel and his family and leaves the Man of Tomorrow wondering what other secrets and lies await him in the future as “The Oz Effect” comes to a close.
On sale NOVEMBER 8 • All 32 pg, FC • LENTICULAR COVER $3.99 US • NON-LENTICULAR COVER $2.99 US • RATED T
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