Get ready for Superman as you've never seen him before, in an uproarious new graphic novel from "Monty Python" and "Fawlty Towers" legend John Cleese and "The First 28 Years of Monty Python" scribe Kim 'Howard' Johnson! In this hilarious twist on a familiar tale, the infant Superman's rocket ship crash lands in an English town even smaller than Smallville. Adopted by the kindly Clarks, young Colin is taught to hide his powers, as nobody likes to stand out in a crowd. But when a grown-up Colin - now a mild-mannered reporter for The Daily Smeor - uses his powers publicly, the question on everyone's lips is: what will the neighbours think? Featuring art by superstar John Byrne, this is a publishing event not to be missed!
John Cleese is one of the original members of the Monty Python team, has written and appeared in numerous movies (including A Fish Called Wanda), and created and starred in Fawlty Towers (which can still be seen on TV today). Kim 'Howard' Johnson also wrote Life Before and After Monty Python. John Byrne's comics career spans over thirty years. He is responsible for classic runs on Uncanny X-Men, Fantastic Four and Superman, among many others.