DC Continues To Show That It’s The Reigning Champion Of The Gimmick Comic

Ok, so DC announced at the end of May that they are going to essentially revamp their entire line of comics in order to, “give new readers a precise entry point into our titles.” I’ve been thinking about this for a while now. At first I was completely against it. And now? I’m completely against […]

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David S. Goyer Adapting 100 Bullets For Showtime

I’m not sure whether this qualifies as good news or bad news (or just news). For some reason, DC (well, Vertigo) and Warner Bros (well, Showtime) are once again turning to David S. Goyer to adapt one of their properties. This time, the medium is television and the comic book is Brian Azzarello and Eduardo […]

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30 Day Comic Challenge Day 17

Day 17 – Most Useless Villain One of the major advantages of Batman comics over Superman comics has always been the quality of the Batman rogues gallery. Joker, Riddler, Catwoman, Poison Ivy, Harley Quinn, Bane, Scarecrow, Penguin. The list goes on and on and it includes a ton of interesting villains. With Superman, you’ve got […]

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DC Comics get a reboot

Oliver Good A representative of DC comics confirmed Friday that Superman, the superhero character shown in these issues of the popular “Superman” comic book, is headed for the superhero hereafter. Clark Kent ‘s alter ego, who has fought for truth, justice, and the American way since 1938 will reportedly meet a fatal foe in the […]

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DC Comics May Split Up Superman and Lois Lane

After 15 years of wedded bliss (or as close as comic books get to it), are Superman and Lois Lane about to be single again? DC Comics Co-Publisher Dan Didio hints to PopcornBiz that, on the heels of the recently announcement of a line-wide revamp that will involve both wholesale changes and subtle tweaks to […]

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Superman and Lois Lane to Break Up in the DC Relaunch?

Superman and his wife of fifteen years, Lois Lane, are breaking up in September as part of DC Comics’ superhero relaunch. At least, that seems to be the case if you read into statements made by Dan DiDio in a recent interview. While discussing of the Man of Tomorrow’s narrative continuity, the DC Comics Co-Publisher […]

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Superman’s Rebirth – What Does it Mean for ‘Man of Steel’?

This past Saturday night at Mann’s Chinese Theater in Hollywood, we were made aware of a very startling reality — for the first time in 73 years, Superman will wear his trunks on the inside of his pants. In all seriousness, as we have discussed, the DC Universe is set to reboot (in a manner) […]

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June 14, 2011: DC Comics Debuts New Superman Costume

Ever since DC Comics announced that they would be relaunching their entire roster of comics, fans have been wondering what effect the relaunch would have on Superman. DC answers that very question today with the debut of the cover at right for Superman #1. As you can see in the image, gone are the red […]

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Check out Superman’s new outfit [PHOTO]

Since the Roosevelt years, the Superhero has flown in television, film, and comics with his classic skin-tight blue suit and his red cape, complemented by a red trunks over his tights. This has been Superman’s costume when the first issue of “Action Comics” came out in June 1938. With the 21st century reboot in DC […]

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Superman Getting New Costume in ‘Action Comics’ Relaunch

Superman will go pantsless in the 21st century reboot of “Action Comics,” DC Comics said Friday. According to the LA Times, the long-running comic series will restart at No. 1 in September, with Scottish writer Grant Morrison and artist Ralph “Rags” Morales at the helm. One of the most notable changes to the original comics […]

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