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This September, the DC Universe continues to adjust to the events of the ongoing "Rebirth" in "Action Comics," "Trinity," "Teen Titans" and more.
With Superman's iconic series resuming its original numbering, CBR showcases the 25 issues that left the biggest impact on comic book history.
Joseph considers the relevance of DC Comics' Superman, from his place in the fictional world of comic books to what he means in the real world.
A number of familiar faces head back to Metropolis for the first Rebirth issue of DC Comics' longest-running title.
Dan Jurgens explains why Superman's upcoming confrontation with Doomsday has to go differently than it did in 1992's clash.
Superman has a beard, Luthor is a hero and DC's "Action Comics" returns to its original numbering in a new issue by Dan Jurgens & Patrick Zircher.
Peter Tomasi, Dale Eaglesham and Scot Eaton continue "The Final Days of Superman" as Wonder Woman and Batman try to help Superman.
The Man of Steel begins to say his goodbyes in Peter Tomasi and Paul Pelletier's "Action Comics" #51.
Greg Pak tells CBR about beginning his "Teen Titans" run and how a character created in Azzarello & Chiang's "Wonder Woman" story plays a key role.
Greg Pak, Aaron Kuder and a handful of artists make "Action Comics" #50 "wonderfully dramatic" and "as Superman-esque as one could ever hope for."
After a copy of Spider-Man's first appearance in "Amazing Fantasy" #15 sold for a record amount, CBR looks at the priciest comics of all-time.
DC Comics' flagship titles will return to their original numbering, while the rest of the line starts over with new #1 issues.
"Batman Superman" #30 and "Action Comics" #50 get a "Batman v Superman" makeover in two new variants by Kevin Maguire and Martin Ansin.
Check out the covers for "Super League," the eight-part "Superman," "Batman/Superman," "Superman/Wonder Woman" and "Action Comics" crossover series.
Superman's attempts at returning to his former glory take an unexpected turn in Greg Pak, Aaron Kuder and Ardian Syaf's "Action Comics" #49.
CSBG features a series of themed cover galleries, including their latest, 25 covers homaging DC's iconic "Action Comics" #1 cover.
DC has released downloadable Adult Coloring Book variants that invite fans to color rad covers by the likes of Mike Allred, Scott Kolins and others.
A new "Dark Knight" story, the future of Superman and more news for DC's biggest icons arrives in NYC.
Clark Kent attempts to continue life as Superman despite his depleted powers in Greg Pak, Aaron Kuder & Scott Kolins' "Action Comics" #45.
The epic “Truth” arc reaches its finale as Superman discovers the source of the Shadow Warriors in Greg Pak & Aaron Kuder's "Action Comics" #44.
The creative team behind DC's "Action Comics" spoke with CBR TV about the nature of their collaboration and how it changed following "Convergence."
Comic covers ranging from "Detective Comics" #27 to "Green Lantern/Green Arrow" #85 to "Wolverine" #1 receive the LEGO treatment from one enterprising fan.
LEGO's final Comic-Con International exclusive recreates Joe Shuster's iconic cover for "Action Comics" #1.
"Action Comics" #41 "may be tied into the overall 'Truth' storyline, but Greg Pak and Aaron Kuder continue to bring their own voice to the title."
The first titles from DC Comics' new initiative have arrived, and here's a look at major moments from "Justice League," "Action Comics" and more.
Greg Pak and Aaron Kuder discuss the major changes coming for Superman and his supporting cast in the story arc "Truth."
"Truth" continues in August, and CBR has the exclusive first glimpse at DC Comics' "Action Comics" #43 and "Superman/Wonder Woman" #20.
Frequent collaborators Greg Pak & Fred Van Lente share how they approach comic books in "Make Comics Like the Pros" and discuss their other works.
As hell bubbles through into an isolated Smallville in Greg Pak and Aaron Kuder's "Action Comics" #38, all is not quite as it seems.
Greg Pak talks about placing Smallville and Superman in the middle of a horrific situation, and why the Man of Steel needs his own 'Joker.'
If you want a general idea of what a 76-year-old comic worth $3.2 million actually looks like, let’s face it -- this is probably your only chance.
In the aftermath of "Superman: Doomed," Greg Pak and Scott Kolins explore what's left of the Man of Steel in DC Comics' "Action Comics" #35.
CBR has the first look at Darwyn Cooke-illustrate variant covers for "Action Comics," "Grayson," "Justice League United" and "Supergirl."
Jeff Lemire, Brian Azzarello, Greg Pak and David Finch talk the latest in "Justice League United," "Wonder Woman" and more at Fan Expo in Toronto.
The finest known copy of the first appearance of Superman fetched $3.2 million at auction, smashing the previous record of $2.16 million set in 2011.
Halfway through the 10-day eBay auction, bidding for the finest known copy of "Action Comics" #1 has surpassed $1.95 million dollars.
Just one day into the auction, bidding has already surpassed $1.6 million for the finest known copy of 1938's "Action Comics" #1, the first appearance of Superman.
Today marks the beginning of the 10-day eBay auction of comics' Holy Grail: the finest known copy of "Action Comics" #1.
DC Comics' yearly Superman panel at Comic-Con included creative talents Geoff Johns, John Romita Jr, Aaron Kuder, Charles Soule and more.
CSBG takes another look at the bizarre Silver Age relationship between Superman & Supergirl, when the cousins made out to save the world (and trick Lois Lane).