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"Printed by Transcontinental Interglobe, Beauceville, QC, Canada. 7/22/11."
Two covers were done for this issue; this one featuring Superman flying high over farmland, and an alternate one featuring Superman flying over a city (10 issues for 1 issue mixture).
This issue is rated T for Teen.
Story continued from the previous issue.
This is not a co-writer situation, Roberson is working from Straczynski's plots; they gave him a rough outline that JMS had turned in for the remaining issues of the Grounded arc, which amounted to a sentence or two for each of the issues, spelling out in general terms where the issue would take place geographically, specific guest stars, etc.
A quick overview of The New 52 reboot is given, and the covers of the first issues of Action Comics, Superboy, Supergirl, and Superman are previewed.
Dan discusses why to buy the August DC comics when a reboot is coming in September; illustrated with a modified cover from Justice League of America (1960 series) #28. Appears on page 34 in this issue.
House ads for: Justice League of America #1, The World's Greatest Super Heroes 52 All-New #1's, Action Comics #1, Detective Comics #1, and Swamp Thing #1. Appear in various places in this issue.
Total of 7 one-page ads for: Green Lantern: Rise of the Manhunters (video game, Warner Brothers Entertainment), Welcome to the Jungle: Hero Factory (toys, Lego), Classic Heroes Classic Shoes - Superman (sneakers, Converse), Classic Heroes Classic Shoes - Green Lantern (sneakers, Converse), They're Not Just Looking for Bombs Anymore (nonprofit, Comic Book Legal Defense Fund), The Master of Teen Terror Strikes Again! - Darren Shan (books, Little, Brown and Company), and got milk? with Green Lantern (Ryan Reynolds) (milk, America's Milk Processors). Appear in various places in this issue.