What if the man of steel suddenly landed in a fantasy world and his skills were subjected to a point system like in an RPG? He would undoubtedly have full marks in the strength and speed categories! This hypothesis becomes reality in Superman: Dark Knight of Steel, Comic series influenced by Dungeons & Dragons.

DC Comics just announced Dark Knight of Steel, new Fantasy miniseries which leads us to meet an unreleased version of Superman. Or would it be appropriate to call him Sir Superman?

This new adventure is difficult influenced by table role gamesincluding the timeless Dungeons & Dragons. One of the variant covers of the first volume in this series actually pays homage to the TTRPG fantasy of Gygax and Arneson.

In an interview, author Tom Taylor later confirmed thatInspiration for this series. “I’ve spent the last two years creating a new epic fantasy universe for DC Comics. Dark Knights of Steel is a dream come true. Even though I’m the writer of the DCeased horror series, I’m actually a huge fan of fantasy. Combining two of my favorite things – DC superheroes and fantasy – is my lucky place. I grew up reading The Lord of the Rings alongside Superman, and now I can bring all of this together with Yasmine Putri in the greatest story I could think of. A story of war and love, of despair and hope, of betrayal and improbable alliances forged in battle “.

Dark Knights of Steel will consist of a total of 12 numbers and will take Superman on an adventure in full Game of Thrones style. Are you ready to see him take on the role of a knight and swing a sword? At the time of the announcement, no official release date was given. In fact, DC Comics has limited itself to a mere “coming soon”.

Before that, Superman became a manga. Not only that, accompanied by Wonder Man, here is Superman in the world of anime.

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