Behind the scenes of Marvel and DC’s first superhero crossover: Superman vs. Spider-Man

If comic fans went to the movies and saw Aquaman showing up in a Captain America movie, or Spider-Man swinging in to save the day in a Batman movie, or Black Panther working with Superman, minds would be blown. Today it seems unfathomable that DC and Marvel would work on a joint production, but for […]

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Naomi is a magnificent debut for Bendis and DC’s new Wonder Comics imprint

Brian Michael Bendis started his DC exclusive contract with last April’s Action Comics #1000, and since then, the published has released over 30 new Bendis comics between his Superman titles and his Jinxworld imprint. His partnership with DC takes another major step forward this month with the launch of Wonder Comics, an in-continuity superhero imprint […]

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Action Comics Variant Cover Looks Exactly Like Henry Cavill’s Superman

An Action Comics #1009 variant cover bares a striking resemblance to Henry Cavill’s DCEU Superman. As DC fans continue to voice their desire for a Man of Steel sequel, it was reported in September Henry Cavill will no longer play Superman. Contract negotiations were cited at the main reason for the departure of Henry Cavill […]

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Superman Comic Draws Criticism for Showing Torture and Murder of Lois Lane

The latest Walmart exclusive 100-page giant comic book, Superman Giant #7, is stirring quite a bit of buzz on the internet, but not with excitement for the Tom King-penned story. Instead, it’s the repeated torture and murder of Lois Lane across the issue’s pages that have fans in an uproar. The issue, which officially went […]

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Hillary Chute’s ‘Why Comics?’

Hillary Chute is probably today’s premiere scholar of comics, so it’s no surprise that Why Comics? From Underground to Everywhere, her carefully researched analysis of this often-neglected art form, reads like a social and cultural history of the United States over the past 80 years. However, while the tome might well be used as a […]

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‘Young Justice: Outsiders’ Reveals Superman’s SPOILER

The latest episodes of Young Justice: Outsiders continues to reveal surprising new changes for the heroes and villains, with new sidekicks and relationships and super teams debuting every week. The ninth episode of Young Justice Season 3, called “Home Fires,” reveals some major changes for Superman and his alter ego Clark Kent which is likely […]

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DC has a new comics imprint about teens. And, of course, it’s by Brian Michael Bendis.

Clockwise from top left, Robin, Wonder Girl, Jenny Hex, Impulse and Teen Lantern team up in the first issue of “Young Justice.” (DC Entertainment) David Betancourt January 17 at 4:23 PM Few creators in comics work their magic with youth movements quite like Brian Michael Bendis. During his almost two decades as one of the […]

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Bendis’ Superman #7 comic reveals massive change for Superboy

Superboy is back on Earth, and he’s … a little different. Last year, Brian Michael Bendis launched his first major storytelling effort at DC Comics with The Man of Steel, the six-issue miniseries that kicked off his still-ongoing run with Superman. The Man of Steel was full of big ideas, including a new villain, new takes on classic […]

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REVIEW: ‘Superman,’ Issue #7

Reading Time: 3 minutes Superman #7 Unity Saga: House of El Part 1 is published by DC Comics, written by Brian Micheal Bendis, art by Ivan Reiss, Brandon Peterson, and Jason Fabok, inks by Oclair Albert, colors by Alex Sinclair, with letters by Josh Reed and Carlos M. Mangual. The story points to a hard struggle […]

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Blizzard Had to Convince DC That Superman Kicks People

There’s no such thing as asking too many questions when you’re adapting popular superhero characters. One wrong read of a character’s mythology and you’ll suddenly find yourself dealing with an army of surprisingly irate fans. Still, when developing the SNES fighting game Justice League Task Force, Blizzard found themselves trying to answer the rather bizarre question: […]

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