‘Superman vs Meshi’ Coming To DC Universe and Physical Print
‘Superman vs Meshi’ is set to be translated into English and will be released on DC Universe Infinite and also in physical printed collections.
‘Superman vs Meshi’ was announced just over two years ago, it originally published as part of the Kodansha series of manga books which was exclusively released in Japan. Well, now the issue and the rest of the series is set to be translated into English and will be released as digital chapters on the DC Universe Infinite app and also in physical printed collections.
The series includes ‘Superman vs Meshi‘, which is written by Satoshi Miyagawa with art by Kai Kitago, as well as ‘Batman: Justice Buster’ and ‘Joker: One Operation Joker’. Each title will launch exclusively on the DC Universe Infinite app first, with the platform set to be updated with a brand new manga-friendly reader. Those same titles will then be realised as collected editions and will be available at comic book shops, bookshops and mass-market retailers this Autumn.
Here’s a reminder of what ‘Superman vs Meshi’ is all about:
It’s hungry work being Superman! That’s why every day for lunch Superman makes a quick stop over in Japan to try a new chain restaurant. Whether it’s a hearty bowl of curry or conveyor-belt sushi, the Man of Steel loves to indulge in the delectable delicacies the country has to offer. He’ll even share a meal with the other members of the Justice League from time to time in the hopes of showing them an incredible culinary experience.