The next comprises spoilers for WildC.A.T.s #5 from DC Comics.
After claiming he is a survivor of Krypton within the earlier challenge, Mister Majestic goes toe-to-toe with Superman in WildC.A.T.s #5 and proves he is perhaps much more highly effective than the Man of Metal.
WildC.A.T.s #5 comes from author Matthew Rosenberg, artists Stephen Segovia and Christian Duce, colorist Elmer Santos and letterer Ferran Delgado. In WildC.A.T.s #4, Majestic and his new Seven Troopers of Victory teammates are talking with the press after the profitable rescue of an essential ambassador’s son. When requested about the place his powers come from, Majestic catches everybody by full shock and says he will get his power from the “planet’s yellow solar” and that, like Superman, he is a “son of Krypton.” Majestic’s phrases trigger fast confusion amongst his teammates, WildC.A.T.s colleagues and the remainder of the world, as one publication suggests he might be one other Man of Metal.
Superman Would not Imagine Majestic Is Truly Kryptonian
In WildC.A.T.s #5, Superman/Clark Kent is introduced with a possibility to query Majestic about his current claims after he finds the Seven Troopers of Victory on a mission in rural Ohio. The 2 are comparatively pleasant towards each other at first; nonetheless, Superman shortly establishes he would not consider Majestic to really be from his dwelling planet. “I’ve methods to inform,” Superman says, which additionally echoes a sentiment his son, Jon Kent, not too long ago made in Adventures of Superman when the younger Man of Metal informed Val-Zod his imaginative and prescient powers can detect when individuals come from different universes. “And it seems you are not Kryptonian.”
Regardless of Superman’s efforts, Majestic continues to double down on his claims till the purpose the place he turns into annoyed sufficient to punch the Man of Metal. Superman admits the punch is “actually spectacular” earlier than warning him to not do it once more. Majestic disregards the warning and the 2 start sparing with each other. Many of the battle occurs off-panel; nonetheless, Majestic seems to don’t have anything greater than a bloody nostril after the struggle and nonetheless says he needs to “kill” Superman earlier than they’re each interrupted by the sudden arrival of Spartan. Spartan and Superman have a short struggle that offers Majestic sufficient time to take his depart, that means there’s nonetheless no definitive reply as as to whether Majestic is mendacity about being Kryptonian and what his purpose could also be for doing so if his feedback are certainly false.
WildC.A.T.s #5 options cowl artwork by Segovia and Santos and variant cowl artwork by Dan Hipp, Chuma Hill, Rebekah Isaacs and Carrie Strachan. The difficulty is on sale now from DC.