DC could certainly do worse things than give Neal Adams carte blanche with some of their characters.
I've made no secret of my love for what Mr. Adams has brought to the industry.
And, hell, the man is going to be 75 next month, and he's still drawing!! And still drawing well!!
So good on DC for saying, "What the hell? Let's give Neal fee reign on an out-of-continuity Batman title!"
Of course, Batman Odyssey, while visually spectacular, was kinda nuts:
So now we come to Superman: The Coming of The Supermen, where Neal gets to play around with the Man Of Steel, free of nu52/Rebirth constraints.
But once again, Adams hasn't quite grokked how his hero is "supposed" to behave.
Kalibak has kidnapped a young refugee child who was under Superman's care, in order to draw Kal-El to Apokolips.
And Superman is none too happy:
See, maybe that's what the mix-up was...maybe Zach Snyder was (through time-travel or whatever) reading this series when he crafted his version of Superman for the DC Cinematic Murderverse!!
Anyway, stay off model as long as you want, Mr. Adams. You've earned it, and we're enjoying the ride. Happy Birthday, sir!!
From Superman: The Coming Of The Supermen #4 (2016)