Brian Michael Bendis Reveals Why He Took Superman Over Batman

Brian Michael Bendis is already at work on his new DC project, Action Comics, and he recently revealed why he chose Superman over Batman. Some assumed he would take on one of the Batman books, but during his recent conversation with John Siuntres on the Word Balloon podcast, he explained just why he decided Superman […]

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DC Comics Author Who Created Chinese Superman Has a Surprise For the KKK

An Asian American author is pitting the “Man of Steel” against the Ku Klux Klan in an upcoming title for DC Comics. Slated for 2019, the new comic book written by Gene Luen Yang titled “Superman Smashes the Klan” will be among the titles under the recently unveiled DC Zoom imprint, according to the New […]

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DC Comics is making graphic novels for kids, including a book …

Not to be outdone by its big screen counterparts, DC Comics also had a mid-Super Bowl announcement to make this weekend: The company is launching not one but two new graphic novel imprints, aimed squarely at young readers. DC Ink and DC Zoom will publish graphic novels based on DC Comics characters, from some big […]

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DC Comics Celebrates ‘Action Comics’ #1000 and 80 Years of Superman With Commemorative Book: Exclusive

Comic books were never meant to last. In the early 20th century, they were disposable, the lowest of the low arts: garish and lurid, printed on pulpy newsprint with smeared colors, produced by exploitative publishers and read by mindless children and degenerate adults.  But on April 18, 1938, everything changed: Action Comics #1 hit newsstands and the world was introduced […]

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DC’s New Superman is The ANTI Man of Steel

WARNING: This Article Contains Spoilers for Injustice 2 #44  – The recent unveiling of a new Superman followed what seemed to be a thinly-veiled attack upon certain elements of the movie Man of Steel. The scene came at the conclusion of the latest issue of the Injustice 2 tie-in comic, as the new Superman donned the classic Superman suit […]

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DC Is Making a YA Comic Where Superman Fights the Klan

In 2019, Superman is going to square off with an old enemy. And it’s not Bizarro or Lex Luthor, it’s the Ku Klux Klan, in a new comic book written by celebrated Asian-American author Gene Luen Yang. On Sunday, DC Comics announced the beginning of two new imprints aimed at younger readers: DC Zoom, an […]

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DC Comics Joins Forces With Young Adult Authors

DC Ink will begin with two graphic novels: one featuring Harley Quinn, a supervillain from the Batman universe, written by Mariko Tamaki and drawn by Steve Pugh, and one with Mera, the regal, longtime love interest of Aquaman, written by Danielle Paige. (No artist has been announced for that project.) DC Zoom will make its […]

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Shame Of Steel: 15 Cringeworthy Things About Superman Fans Wish They Could Forget

Superman is known as one of America’s favorite superheroes in the world of comics. “Superman” has even become a term in it of itself, meaning someone’s real-life hero that people call each other and write songs about. Kids play with action figures of him and adults even collect figurines of him. It is also a […]

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Brian Michael Bendis Is Ushering In A New Era Of Superman Comics For DC

After months of speculation about what Brian Michael Bendis was up to at DC now that he’s left Marvel, the publisher announced today that Bendis is taking over writing duties for three Superman titles, resurrecting Jinxworld, and launching an all-new imprint. From: https://www.kotaku.com.au/2018/02/brian-michael-bendis-is-ushering-in-a-new-era-of-superman-comics-for-dc/

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Marvel veteran Brian Michael Bendis to write Superman comics for DC

Veteran Marvel comic writer Brian Michael Bendis is taking on one of DC’s flagship titles: Superman. Back in November, DC Comics shocked fans with the announcement that they had signed Bendis to an exclusive deal. Bendis had previously spent most of his 20-year career at Marvel, where he created now-iconic characters like Jessica Jones and […]

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