Rumor: Brian Michael Bendis To Take Over Superman With Ivan Reis And Joe Prado

Almost two months ago DC Comics announced the publisher had signed Brian Michael Bendis to an exclusive contract, with no specific titles attached. Over the past month, the speculation on which book or books Bendis will work on has mounted.

On Christmas, the rumor mill heated up as a report came out that Bendis would take over Superman with the artistic team of Ivan Reis and Joe Prado, according to sources from the Brazilian comic convention via Bleeding Cool.

Superman would be bold, and DC Comics didn’t sign Bendis to not be bold.

The story is still in the rumor stage and Monkeys Fighting Robots will update the article with an official comment from DC Comics as soon as one becomes available.

Bendis has also been tweeting a ton of DC Comics art by José Luis García-López. Could a throwback book be in the works?

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