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Michael Sullivan checks in with a report on Day Two at the Heroes Con convention in Charlotte, North Carolina, which includes some notes from the DC Comics panel Saturday afternoon.
The Daywalker gets in touch with his more communicative side, while Prince Adam hits the unemployment line, Uma gets a website, we follow the fortunes of the Man of Steel, plus news on "Hulk 2" and "Fantastic Four 2."
Those "Civil War" tie-in issues keep on selling out and we've got a first look at the finished second printing variant covers for "She-Hulk" #8 and "Thunderbolts" #103.
"Superman Returns" easily bested the competition this week, pulling in over $50 million dollars at the box office, and slowly closing in on the $100 million mark. How does it compare to other films? CBR News has the answers.
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With positive reviews from critics and fans, "Superman Returns" is heading into the weekend with strong word of mouth. Friday's box office figures are in and are they super? Or is the Man Of Steel now kryptonite to viewers?
Michael Patrick Sullivan files his first of three reports from Heroes Con in Charlotte, North Carolina, with the latest from the Cup O' Joe and Warren Ellis' appearance.
Eight weeks in to DC's weekly "52" event and Justin has the latest as he does every week, sharing his predictions and concerns as well as the panel of the week.
If you've seen advertising for "Superman Returns," you've no doubt noticed some scenes missing from the film, even though they're quite apparent in trailers, commercials and released art. CBR News takes a look at what we can expect from the eventual complete DVD release of this blockbuster film.
Anticipation is building for the upcoming "Marvel: Ultimate Alliance" video game. Today, Activision released a handful of new screen shots, as well as a trailer featuring the many non-playable characters who'll appear in the game.
Swords? Check. Sorcery? Check. Higher Powers? Check. Wildstorm's "Rokkin" aims to please fantasy fans and we spoke with writer Andy Hartnell to learn about this new monthly series.
This week, Brian Cronin looks at comic book urban legends surrounding the great Plastic Man, the idea behind "Darkseid vs. Galactus" and the first real appearance of Doomsday.
You thought Tom Cruise saved the world? Think again. Boom! Studios provided CBR News with a look at "War Of The World: Second Wave" #4 and it doesn't look so good for Earth!
Man meets machine in a new trailer, while Kirk Jones pulls in the big numbers, Clark gets a guide book, a single mom stripper gets super powers, plus "Wolverine" scripted, "Superman Returns" analyzed and a rumored new title for the next "FF" movie.
Superman may be the "Man Of Steel" but there's been some debate as to how strong his numbers were at the box office, as "Superman Returns" debuted yesterday. CBR News has an in depth analysis of the opening day and what this opening weekend means to the film.
Could Themiscira's finest come from the subcontinent? We wonder, while getting so digital with a cartoon favorite, hearing from Alicia Masters, getting back in action with Tim Allen, plus box office results from "Superman Returns," spoilers from Spidey and "Smallville" and a free download of "Blade."
For over a year, the GI Joe team has frantically hunted for Cobra Commander. Their arch-enemy's hiding spot was recently revealed and it means the Joes are in dire peril. CBR News spoke with "GI Joe: America's Elite" writer Joe Casey about the book.
Allright, you've had 24 hours! Plenty of time to see "Superman Returns." Well, we want to know what you thought of the film in the CBR Poll! Take the poll above and talk with other fans here in the CBR Forums.
DC Comics has released previews of September shipping titles "Mystery In Space" #1 and "Wetworks: Worldstorm" #1.
Last night in Los Angeles, CBR News saw a presentation of "Superman Returns" in IMAX 3D. Was it worth it? Does it enhance or distract from Bryan Singer's film? Come inside to find out.