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A new Superman

2014 looks set to be a big year for comics, and a great year for Grant Morrison, with the long awaited Multiversity due to strike in the second half of the year. The nine-issue miniseries will feature seven stories set on parallel Earths in the DC multiverse, including Earth-23, a world where the majority of the heroes are black, including Superman who is also, secretly, President of the United States. Laura Sneddon


Jack O'Connell

With his trapezoid chin, O'Connell could easily make a tween pinup, but for a tinge of unpredictability – which he gets to exercise to full effect in Starred Up, a prison drama that could be this generation's Scum. Already tabloid-friendly following his relationship with Tulisa, O'Connell is »

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