SUPERMAN Breaks Loose in ACTION COMICS #991 Lenticular Cover

Credit: DC Comics Credit: DC Comics The lenticular cover for Action Comics #991 has been unveiled in which artist Nick Bradshaw depicts Superman in a classic pose – with a twist.  In the art, Superman is chained in Mr. Oz’s clutches, but a tilt of the cover will reveal the Man of Steel breaking loose with […]

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Did You Catch That ‘Superman: The Movie’ Nod in ‘Detective Comics’ #965?

Blink and you’ll miss a Superman: The Movie nod in the latest issue of Detective Comics. The story, titled “A Lonely Place of Living,” centers on Tim Drake, the third Robin, who was originally introduced in the storyline “A Lonely Place of Dying.” Here, his death has been faked and he has been taken hostage […]

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Comic author Mark Waid explains ‘Why Superman Matters’ (Journey Into Comics)

Award winning comic book author Mark Waid makes a rare Ohio appearance at Lake Erie College in Painesville to explain “Why Superman Matters.” Waid should know, he has written some of the most important and canonical Superman stories such as “Birthright” ever created. He has also penned thousands of stories for every major comic company for […]

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‘Doomsday Clock’: DC’s Geoff Johns Talks About The Origins of the …

This November, DC’s superhero universe of Superman, Lex Luthor and the Justice League will come face to face with the characters from the classic comic book series Watchmen in the upcoming mini-series Doomsday Clock — and series writer (and president of DC Films) Geoff Johns stars in a new video explaining how the story came […]

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Comic Legends: Did Superman Really Have ‘Super-Weaving’ Powers?

Welcome to Comic Book Legends Revealed! This is the six hundred and forty-sixth week where we examine comic book legends and whether they are true or false. As we’ve been doing it for some time now, one legend today, one tomorrow and one Sunday. Let’s begin! COMIC LEGEND: Superman has Super-Weaving powers STATUS: False Enough […]

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Why Batman V Superman Didn’t Work, According To One Comic Writer

Superman turns 80 years old next year, and like most DC Comics superheroes, this means that numerous writers and artists have put their own spin on the Kryptonian protector in the comics. However, Dave Gibbons did make a good point in his interview with While Superman has had his share of dark moments over […]

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When You’re On the Wrong Side of Superman, You’re on the Wrong Side of History

Posted on Tuesday, September 19th, 2017 by Scott Beggs (Welcome to The Soapbox, the space where we get loud, feisty, political, and opinionated about anything and everything. In this edition: how a recent Superman comic is bringing out the worst side of America…and revealing what this country is supposed to stand for.) In Action Comics #987, Superman faces a […]

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‘Justice League’ Flash Photo Contains ‘Superman: The Movie’ Homage

The Justice League Movie Gallery Gallery From:

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Heroes and Villains Fan Fest is one big costume party

x Embed x Share CLOSE The Heroes and Villains Fan Fest of New York/New Jersey 2017 took place on Sept. 16, 2017. Ricardo Kaulessar/ Joseph Garcia of Bayonne dons his Superman suit for the Heroes and Villains Fan Fest in Secaucus on Saturday.(Photo: Ricardo Kaulessar/ Superman (with a beard, no less) was waiting outside the […]

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Superman Protects Undocumented Workers From Armed White Supremacist in Latest Comic

Perhaps it is just a coincidence, but perhaps not.  In the recent issue of Action Comics #987, “The Oz Effect,” released Wednesday, Superman arrives in the nick of time to protect a group of undocumented immigrants from a white man sporting an American flag bandanna, wielding a machine gun, who is going to shoot them […]

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