Ask Chris #57: Uncle Scrooge vs. Superman: The Greatest American Icon

Here at ComicsAlliance, we value our readership and are always open to what the masses of Internet readers have to say. That’s every week, Senior Writer Chris Sims puts his comics culture knowledge to the test as he responds to your reader questions! Q: Who’s the better American icon: Superman or Scrooge McDuck? — @crimsondude […]

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Top 5 Superman Artists

One of the interesting things that separates Superman from other classic literary characters is that the medium he stems from is double edged. It’s not just writers that continue the icon’s legacy, it’s artists as well. Many artists have interpreted the Man of Steel of the years, here I list my top 5 favorite… 1. […]

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Homegrown superheroes take flight

A team of Canadian superheroes is about to become the next big thing in the comic book world, brought to you by a creative team that includes Dale Eaglesham, a soft-spoken, animal-loving artist who lives in Vankleek Hill. After 25 years as a comic-book artist, Eaglesham is one of the biz’s renowned superstars. He has […]

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Happy Miracle Monday: The Day Superman Defeated Satan

If you’ve been feeling a little happier than usual today, or didn’t want to go into work because you were filled with a sense of contentment and relief and you just don’t know why, there’s a reason for that: It’s the Third Monday in May, or as it’s known in the DC Universe, Miracle Monday! […]

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Superman comic, suffering, salvation

Superman comic, suffering, salvation Published 9:13am Monday, May 16, 2011   Comments Did you see recently were Superman renounced his American citizenship? In Action Comics issue 900 Superman is quoted as saying, “I am tired of having my actions construed as instruments of US policy. Truth, justice and the American way aren’t enough anymore. The […]

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Superman renounces his U.S. citizenship (Comics Alliance)

Superman today renounced his U.S. citizenship, saying he is “tired of having my actions construed as instruments of U.S. policy.” Of course, since Superman doesn’t really exist, that’s according to the newest Superman story in Action Comics No. 900, which was released today. “‘Truth, justice, and the American way’ — it’s just not enough anymore,” […]

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Comics: DC Announces Superman Beyond

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Comics: What’s up with Superman’s renouncing his U.S. citizenship?

It seems impossible to avoid the “Superman renounces citizenship” controversy, so let’s tackle it head on. For those just coming in, the debate is born of an exchange in “Action Comics” No. 900, in a short story where Superman stands in Tehran for 24 hours (but otherwise takes no action) to show solidarity with pro-democracy […]

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Comics: What’s up with Superman’s renouncing his US citizenship?

It seems impossible to avoid the “Superman renounces citizenship” controversy, so let’s tackle it head on. For those just coming in, the debate is born of an exchange in “Action Comics” No. 900, in a short story where Superman stands in Tehran for 24 hours (but otherwise takes no action) to show solidarity with pro-democracy […]

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Superman Returns To The American Way

It was just a couple weeks ago in Action Comics #900 that Superman was threatening to renounce his U.S. citizenship, but now Superman seems to have quickly changed his tune. In Superman #711, which was just released in comic book shops today, Superman expresses his appreciation for the American way while staring admiringly at the […]

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