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In the latest of our comprehensive series of reviews of DC Comics' 52 relaunched titles, we take a look at Superman #1. Who's it by?

Superman #1 is written by George Perez and illustrated by Jesus Merino. What's the history?

Superman became the first superhero to receive a self-titled comic book series in 1939 following his phenomenally popular debut in Action Comics #1 the previous year. DC has published the comic ever since, although it was rebranded as The Adventure of Superman between 1986 and 2006, before returning to its original title. Superman is one of the most iconic comics in the history of the industry, and has long served as a flagship for its publisher. The title ran for more than 700 issues before DC hit the reset button, as well as annuals and standalone specials. Creators who have worked on the title (more) »

- By Mark Langshaw

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