I have received a chance to have my book converted into a manga graphic novel recently. As a result, I am currently converting my first book into graphic novel format in preparation for this future project. There are no guarantees that this arrangement will work, but I am more than eager to give it a shot. I have never done a graphic novel script before, but this will give me an excellent chance to expand my horizons as a writer. Wish me luck! At the same time, I am continuing to work on the upcoming third volume of my series and am reached the climax where the main characters fight the main villain for the first time. As the series progresses, it will be revealed that the main villain is not a stereotypical villain and a complex character with motives that are both elaborate and simplistic at the same time.
Written by Dan Jurgens, when I first read this graphic novel, it broke my heart that one of the most beloved superheroes was being critically injured during the fight of his life. Still, there were numerous cases where Superman was portrayed as all but invincible. With that in mind, it was satisfactory to see Superman being pushed to his limits as he battles the monster Doomsday. That way, Superman would have a more human side to him when engaged in extreme combat. I believe that every superhero has their own ultimate villain that pushes them to their limits. With Batman, his ultimate villain is Bane while Superman’s is Doomsday.