We saw the Futures End: Wonder Woman #1 cover a week or so ago, and now we’ve got the cover for Futures End: Superman/Wonder Woman #1. The covers consist of two images, which will morph back and forth with amazing, early 1990s technology. Tom Raney drew the Wonder Woman cover, and drew the Superman/Wonder Woman one as well. Let’s take a look:
And here’s the solicit, with the creators added, to refresh your memory:
SUPERMAN/WONDER WOMAN: FUTURES END #1
Written by CHARLES SOULE
Art and cover by TOM RANEY
The battle between the God of War and Nemesis can only spell doom for humanity – but can Kal restore Diana to her senses before it’s too late?
I’m not entirely sure what’s going on with timeline of these Futures End books. I’ve seen several Superman covers where someone claiming to be Superman is wearing a mask, but here we’ve got a regular Superman who looks just like his present, New 52 incarnation. Wonder Woman, meanwhile, is all hopped up on her God of War powers, as we saw on the Wonder Woman cover as well. The books are all supposedly jumping five years ahead, but maybe there’s some wiggle room in there. Or there’s two Supermans flying around. We’ll find out in September, I suppose.
I’m still not enthused about a comic where Superman has to restore Diana to her senses, but I’m never enthused about this book so my reaction is par for the course. I remain curious about what form Nemesis will take, though. It’s a familiar name to Wonder Woman fans, the code came for Tom Tresser, Wonder Woman’s love interest and secret agent partner back before the second last revamp, but he’s certainly not powerful enough to merit a battle with the God of War. I assume this Nemesis is a new threat, something big and possibly mythological. Again, we’ll find out in September.