Brian Michael Bendis on a New Superman Villain, The Question …

This interview contains major spoilers for Action Comics #1005. It’s been a minute since Brian Michael Bendis has taken over the writing chores of Superman and Action Comics, and since then, the famed scribe has rebuilt Superman’s supporting cast, redefined the underworld of Metropolis, and found shocking directions for Superman and his extended family. Well, […]

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Exclusive Preview: Superman’s first encounter with the Red Cloud and Bendis hints at future project with Ryan Sook

Brian Michael Bendis‘ first run on Action Comics is heating up, with DC Comics‘ Wednesday release of issue #1005 expected to ignite because it is loaded with hints about future plot points, terrific twists and one major reveal. It is written by Bendis, with art by Ryan Sook, colors by Ryan Anderson and letters by Josh Reed.  SYFY WIRE has […]

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ACTION COMICS #1005 Brings ‘Real, Shocking Tragedy’ to SUPERMAN’s Life

Credit: DC Comics Credit: DC Comics Although Brian Michael Bendis promised readers before his run on Superman and Action Comics that he wouldn’t hurt Lois and Jon Kent during his run, his stories have already caused some changes in their relationship with Clark Kent that will drive the writer’s stories going forward. In Action Comics, […]

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DC Comics Universe & Action Comics #1005 Spoilers: Superman Faces The Question, Wonder Comics’ Dial H For …

DC Comics Universe and Action Comics #1005 Spoilers follows. Superman Faces The Question, Wonder Comics’ Dial H For Hero As The Red Cloud Unmasked?! The book opens with the usual computer desk set-up of Lois Lane… …plus the promise of the Question and Dial H for Hero. Additional preview and teaser pages expected shortly. Solicitation […]

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Why we loved Stan Lee

Superman was boring. Superman comics were faceless, institutional. Nothing mattered from issue to issue; villains might return, but there wasn’t any sense of accumulating history. The writers, bored with an infallible hero without personality, would come up with alternate-world plots. What if Superman were a baby married to Lois Lane? What if Superman had six […]

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Batman 666 & DC One Million Superman Return As DC Comics Detonates A Nuclear Winter Ushering Post Apocalyptic …

thestephen415 *Lance and Trevor, not Lance and Cade xD wait, why am I reading an article from 2007? Slayer’s Wrestling and Stuff! ·  November 24, 2018 GladiusAlpha Yeah, sure, solid ratings. Just way lower compared to when Crawford was on the show, eh? Lethal Weapon Season 3 Spoilers: Fox TV Series Season Extended, Ratings Good Damon […]

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Shazam: Who is Earth’s Mightiest Mortal? – Batman

One of the most exciting upcoming DC movies is based around one of the very oldest comic book characters: Shazam, Earth’s Mightiest Mortal. At a glance, he might look like an off-brand Superman, but there’s more to this character than meets the eye – both in the pages of the comic and out. And he […]

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DC’s Birds Of Prey a ‘great opportunity’ to end ‘sluggish’ films

Image copyright Getty Images Movies about Superman and Justice League may have flopped with the critics, but DC will be hoping to find more favourable reviews for new franchise, Birds Of Prey. Or, to give the movie it’s full title: Birds Of Prey and the Fantabulous Emancipation of one Harley Quinn. Margot Robbie revealed the […]

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Stan Lee was a Marvel whose comics reflected an ambiguous America

Stan Lee, the reinventor of the comic book, died Nov. 12 at the ripe old age of 95. Comic books get a bad rap, although not nearly as bad as they used to. There was a time when comic books were the cause of an all-out moral panic. After the release of psychiatrist Fred Wertham’s […]

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Jonah Goldberg: Appreciating Stan Lee’s comics

STAN LEE, the reinventor of the comic book, died last Monday at the ripe old age of 95. Comic books get a bad rap, although not nearly as bad as they used to. There was a time when comic books were the cause of an all-out moral panic. After the release of psychiatrist Fred Wertham’s […]

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