January 12, 2012: From Crisis to Crisis: A Superman Podcast

Welcome to the 123rd episode of From Crisis to Crisis: A Superman Podcast! This podcast has a simple premise; examine just about every Superman comic published between Man of Steel #1 in 1986 to Adventures of Superman #649 in 2006 in an informative and hopefully entertaining format. Part index. Part commentary. Part history lesson. All […]

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Richard Schiff, WEST WING Alum, Reportedly Signs as Emil Hamilton in MAN OF STEEL

Top 10 Lists Top 10 Comic Book Movies Top 10 Most Valuable Comic Books Top 10 Comic Book TV Shows Top 10 Comic Book Related Food Items Top 10 New 52 Titles 10 Holiday Gift Ideas For Comics Fans Top 10 Best Supporting Castmembers in Comics 10 Things I’d Like To See From A Booster […]

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Concept Art From Factor 5’s Canceled ‘Superman’ Game Features Darkseid …

Despite being one of the greatest super-heroes ever created, Superman hasn’t exactly had a lot of luck with video games. His most famous outing in the field, Superman 64, is commonly regarded as the single worst game of the N64 era, and considering a few of the other titles that got the Nintendo Seal of […]

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MILLARWORLD WEEK: Mark Millar’s Master Plan

Millar and Yu’s “Supercrooks” kicks off Millarworld’s 2012 schedule Mark Millar hadn’t planned on becoming a creator-owned comics powerhouse, but it happened anyway. “My only real ambition since I was a kid was to write and draw comics. That was it. I just wanted to do Superman and Spider-Man,” the writer told CBR while discussing […]

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Baby Talk in ACTION COMICS #5

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Superman Gets New Origin In ‘Action Comics #5? But Does He Need One?

In Action Comics #5, Grant Morrison and Andy Kubert, care of DC Comics, will re-explore the origin story for Earth’s first and mightiest superhero, Superman. As it’s been done countless times, DC Comics has ordered up a brand new origin story for The Man of Steel, but this time, his story is the capable hands […]

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DC Comics releases preview art of Batman: Earth One, Superman: Earth One, Vol. 2

Geoff Johns and Gary Frank’s “Batman: Earth One” will be released in 2012, and DC Comics has released preview art from the book at the DC Comics Source blog. The book is a retelling of the Batman legend in a contemporary setting. “Gary and I are tackling BATMAN from the beginning, before he knows what […]

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Superman Review: Action Comics #5 By Grant Morrison And Andy Kubert

Action Comics #5 Written by Grant Morrison Art by Andy Kubert, Jesse Delperdang, and Brad Anderson     The short of it: Big time origin issue? Sort of. This issue debuts Jor-El, Lara, and Jonathan and Martha Kent. Witness the destruction of Krypton, the Phantom Zone, Krypto’s last stand, and the secrets of Superman’s arrival […]

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Tim Burton’s Superman Lives Toy Concept Art

Bryan Singer bored the crotch out of Clark Kent with Superman Returns, Dark Shadows director Tim Burton was set to take on the Man of Steel with Superman Lives, which would have brought the man’s unique personal style and vision to the DC Comics property. As Superman: Man of Steel gears up for its 2013 […]

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Best Comics Of 2011: Lonmonster’s List

The AMC TV series took audiences by storm over the past year, elevating The Walking Dead to mass popularity, but what people forget is just how incredibly groundbreaking the comic series is. Since it began in 2003, The Walking Dead has consistently been the best zombie comic around. This year, Kirkman delivered one of the […]

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