Faora Makes Her New 52 Debut In Action Comics Annual #2

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She went toe-to-toe with the Man of Steel this summer on the big screen and now she is about to appear in the pages of a comic for the first time since the New 52 kicked off. Zod already took over a comic for Villains Month, but Faora will make her 52 debut in the pages of Action Comics Annual #2 this October. Writer Scott Lobdell will show us the fall of Krypton one more time, but from a different perspective. Superman, Supergirl, and Superboy are recruited by the Oracle to travel back to their homeworld and fix what H’El ha done. To stop H’El from overrunning Krypton and altering the course of Superman‘s history, the Super family may have to partner with the rebel fighter Faora. You can take a look at Kenneth Rocafort, Dan Jurgens, and Norm Rapmund‘s art below. What do you think of Faora‘s new look?

ACTION COMICS ANNUAL #2
Written by SCOTT LOBDELL
Art by KENNETH ROCAFORT, DAN JURGENS and NORM RAPMUND
Cover by KENNETH ROCAFORT
On sale OCTOBER 30 • 48 pg, FC, $4.99 US • RATED T
Part 1 of “KRYPTON RETURNS,” continuing next month! What does this mean to the Universe? Superman, Supergirl and Superboy are enlisted by the Oracle to go back to their homeworld and correct what the villainous H’El has done! This epic adventure spans eons, from Krypton’s savage past of Clones to the very minutes before Kal-El’s ship is sent into space! You only think you know what happened in the last days of Krypton!

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