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Monday, April 12, 2004


DC Comics has released the following question-and-answer with Superman/Batman writer Jeph Loeb.

In Superman/Batman #12, written by Loeb with art by Michael Turner, Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman have traveled to Apokolips to rescue Kara Zor-El. But does she want to be saved?

Q: What can readers expect in Superman/Batman #12?

A: Things go a littleŠunexpected. Okay, a lot unexpected. We don't know a whole lot about Kara, and in this issue, we might find out some things we'd rather not.

Q: What made you want to bring back Supergirl?

A: I didnıt bring back anyone! This story is called "The Supergirl from Krypton." What happens to her in these six issues marks the beginning of a new person in Superman's life and in the DCU.

Q: What's it like working with Michael Turner?

A: It's just fun. We've been friends for a long time and see this story very, very similarly. It's like I write it, and he draws it, and I'm constantly amazed by the results -- and also by our colorist supreme Peter Steigerwald and my good luck charm, the ever-crafty Richard Starkings, who are both bringing a look to the book that is pretty spectacular.

Q: In "The Supergirl from Krypton," you get to write all three of DCıs classic trinity of heroes. Do you have a favorite?

A: Theyıre all great. Iım honored to play with them ‹ even for a short time.

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