‘Action Comics’ #1000 Variant Covers Revealed – ComicBook.com

DC has revealed first looks at the 7 out of the 8 upcoming variant covers commissioned from comics superstars, each of which will celebrate a decade in the life of Superman as Action Comics reaches 1,000 issues in April. The covers, some of which feature period-accurate creators and/or trade dress, will ship with the oversized […]

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Superman is finally getting his red underwear back

Truth, justice and the way of the fist. I don’t care what anyone says, as Superman is still one of the greatest comic book characters when placed in the right hands. It doesn’t even matter if it’s the original man of steel a successor from the far-flung future or another version from an alternate reality, […]

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DC Comics’ Newest Writer Is Poised To Make Superman Jewish Again

(JTA) — DC Comics’ newest writer says that the choices he has made for his new Superman series are “deeply connected to [the character’s] origins.” And those origins are very Jewish. Brian Michael Bendis, who recently jumped ship from Marvel to DC Comics, will start drawing new comic books with the iconic superhero in May. He […]

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A Superman Era Comes to an End in May | Den of Geek

It’s rare that I get to say things like this, but it’s actually a good time to be a Superman fan. Between Supergirl on my TV screen every Monday and two Superman-focused TV series (Krypton and Metropolis) in the works, that satisfies my Kryptonian screen needs. Hell, they even got Supes right in that Justice […]

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DC Comics’ newest writer is poised to make Superman Jewish again

JTA — DC Comics’ newest writer says that the choices he has made for his new Superman series are “deeply connected to [the character’s] origins.” And those origins are very Jewish. Get The Times of Israel’s Daily Edition by email and never miss our top stories Free Sign Up Brian Michael Bendis, who recently jumped […]

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‘Rebirth’ Superman Creators Bid Farewell to the Man of Steel in May One-Shots

Action Comics writer Dan Jurgens and Superman writers Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason will have one final hurrah with the Man of Steel in May, when a pair of one-shots represent their swan songs with the character. The veteran creators launched best-selling and critically-acclaimed runs on the Superman titles almost two years ago, bringing […]

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Review – Superman: Action Comics #997: Planet Zod

Owner/Publisher, Editor-at-Large Ken Denmead Editor-in-Chief Matt Blum Managing Editor Z Senior Editors Jonathan H. Liu, Jenny Bristol, Corrina Lawson, Patricia Vollmer Gaming Editor Dave Banks Associate Publishers* Tim Johnides, Jeff Williams, Dante Lauretta, Magnus Dahlsröm, Jayson Peters, David Michael, Gerry Tolbert, Andrew Smith, Ray Wehrs, Joel Becker, Scott Gaeta, Beth Kee, Joey Mills, talkie_tim, Danny […]

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ACTION COMICS and SUPERMAN Runs To End In Two MAY Specials

Credit: DC Comics Credit: DC Comics The “Rebirth” runs of Dan Jurgens’ Action Comics and Peter J. Tomasi Patrick Gleason’s Superman will each end in their own oversized 48-page one-shots in May. The two teams have worked with various artists on the titles since the launch of “Rebirth” in May 2016, and will pass the […]

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New Superman Costume Coming to Action Comics #1000

So let’s try this again. DC Comics has notoriously been tinkering with Superman’s costume for the last five or six years. And their quest to change it dates back even further than that. See, for years, Superman’s red trunks were considered hopelessly old-fashioned, and perhaps an indicator of why Supes doesn’t quite match Batman’s popularity […]

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When Nicolas Cage almost became Superman

Since 2013, Superman has been in a film of his own, a team-up film with Batman, another team-up film with the rest of the Justice League, and two different Lego Movies. True, not all of these films could be described as critical triumphs, but they do make one thing clear: the executives at Warner Bros […]

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