Yes, Bendis’ Batman and Superman Are Still Besties in Action Comics

SPOILER WARNING: The following article contains major spoilers for Action Comics #1003 by Brian Michael Bendis, Yanick Paquette and Nathan Fairbairn, on sale now! Something happened that led us to lose our way. The moment can be pinpointed to the iconic 1986 miniseries by Frank Miller, The Dark Knight Returns. Over the course of four […]

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Kevin Smith Reveals His Picks to Play Superman and Batman

Filmmaker and comic book guru Kevin Smith has some left field nominations for younger versions of Superman and Batman on the big screen — including Black Panther star Michael B. Jordan and Avengers star Chris Hemsworth. Asked who he’d like to see step into the iconic roles in a recent episode of Fatman Beyond, Smith […]

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The Comic Source Podcast Episode 524 – Superman Sunday: Action Comics #1003

In this episode we discuss; The Comic Source Podcast Episode 524 Superman Sunday: Action Comics #1003 Jace and Adam From Talking Superman, break down issue #1003 of Action Comics. Do we get answers to where Lois Lane has been? How about more information and just who Ms Goode is and what shes up to? We […]

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The Evolution of Superman’s S in the Comics

Knowledge Waits is a feature where I just share some bit of comic book history that interests me. In a recent article, I wrote about how Captain America’s scale mail on his costume had slowly been depicted differently over the years to the point where it was effectively non-existent during most of the 1990s. Reader […]

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Writer behind Wolverine comics returns to Jackson, MO

“If you write stuff, if you draw stuff put it online, sooner or later you may get somebody in whatever field you are interested in to take a look at it,” Thomas said. “Put yourself out there and give it a try and if you don’t that is okay to. I can imagine 4,000 worse […]

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The World’s Finest: Batman’s Tom King and Superman’s Brian Bendis in conversation

There are echoes in the careers of comic writers Brian Michael Bendis and Tom King. Bendis’ first successes, on Spider-Man and Daredevil, hit just as comics were climbing out of the malaise of the ’90s, while Tom King’s co-writer stint on Grayson put him on the map in the comparatively young year of 2014. Bendis’ […]

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Action Comics #1003 review: A Superman comic without Superman

Superman is still reeling from finding out Lois is back on Earth, making him vulnerable to the things happening around him, even from his co-workers, such as Robinson Goode, who has come into possession of Kryptonite. Brian Michael Bendis slows it down a bit this month for this issue of Action Comics, revealing his first […]

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DC comics’ Tom King & Brian Bendis on Batman, Superman, and …

There are echoes in the careers of comic writers Brian Michael Bendis and Tom King. Bendis’ first successes, on Spider-Man and Daredevil, hit just as comics were climbing out of the malaise of the ’90s, while Tom King’s co-writer stint on Grayson put him on the map in the comparatively young year of 2014. Bendis’ […]

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Meanwhile, Kavanaugh pal Mark Judge hides out in Delaware beach house with his Superman comics

What does a man with nothing to hide do? He runs off to a beach house in Delaware, and finds refuge amid piles of rumpled clothes and boxes of vintage Superman comics. Mark Judge has fled Washington DC to a windswept beach home, far away from Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s memory or Michael Avenatti’s new […]

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Kevin Smith Thinks Not Making More Superman Movies Is a Mistake

Earlier in September, DC Comics fans were stunned by reports that Henry Cavill had exited his role as Superman in the DC Extended Universe. The news was coupled with reports that Warner Bros. has no plans to make Superman movies for several years at least. Kevin Smith thinks that’s a mistake. Smith addressed Cavill’s reported […]

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