Superman’s Red Trunks Return in Action Comics #1000

Superman’s iconic red trunks have been missing for seven years, but they will be making their grand return on April 18 for the landmark Action Comics #1000 from DC Comics. Take a look: Art by Jim Lee. (DC Comics) The trunks, which were originally intended to evoke a 1930s circus strongman, disappeared when Superman’s look […]

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Superman will find his red underwear in Action Comics #1000

DC Comics has a big milestone coming up. In fact, it’s so big that it’s kind of a milestone for the entire American comics industry — maybe even the entire American entertainment industry, at this point. The one thousandth issue of Action Comics, the first issue of which introduced the world to Superman, the first […]

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‘The Flash’ Might Be Teasing an Evil, Extremely Powerful Superman …

In the mid-season premiere of The Flash, the show name-dropped one of the most dangerous Earths in the DC multiverse: Earth-15. In the comics, that’s where a psychotic, evil, and ultra-powerful version of Superman destroyed the planet. And you thought Nazi Earth-X from the crossover was scary. Spoilers follow for “The Trial of The Flash.” […]

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The Flash just name-dropped Earth-15. Here’s what that could mean for the Arrowverse

The latest episode of The CW’s The Flash, “The Trial of the Flash,” was largely about, well, the trial of the Flash. But there was also a metahuman subplot involving Fallout, a meta who is a walking nuclear bomb. While the resolution of that B-plot — wherein Barry funnels Fallout’s radiation upward so Cisco can vibe it […]

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Review – Superman #39: Caring For Kids

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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Review – Superman #39: Caring For Kids

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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Heartache behind the creation of Superman, who began comic strip life on this day in 1939

Register for our free newsletter IS it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s . . . Superman, of course, who began life as a comic strip on January 16, 1939. Everyone these days knows that newspaper reporter Clark Kent and Superman are one and the same person, but back in the 30s, our […]

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‘Superman: The Movie’ Alum Sarah Douglas Comes to ‘Supergirl’ in …

The CW has released photos for “Fort Rozz”, the upcoming eleventh episode of Supergirl‘s third season. You can check them out in our gallery below. Supergirl 03×11 View Gallery The episode sees Kara Danvers/Supergirl (Melissa Benoist) venture to Fort Rozz, the former Kryptonian prison that served as the source of nearly all of her season […]

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Brian Michael Bendis’ First DC Comic Is A Superman Milestone

Brian Michael Bendis’ first story for DC Comics has been revealed, and it will take place amidst a major milestone for the publisher. Marvel Comics has had a number of shakeups recently, gaining a new Editor-In-Cheif while also losing some major writing talent. Jim Starlin cut ties with Marvel after one of many issues the […]

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BENDIS Takes On SUPERMAN For ACTION COMICS #1000 – Report

Credit: Jim Lee/Alex Sinclair (DC Comics) Credit: DC Comics Brian Michael Bendis’ first DC Comics work will be a back-up story in Action Comics #1000, according to ComicBook. Bendis signed a multi-year exclusive with DC following nearly two decades at Marvel Comics. ComicBook reports that the story will be drawn by DC Comics co-publisher Jim […]

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