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Writer Sholly Fisch spoke with CBR about the secret origin of his and Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson's discovery of Krypton and how the validity of science, when possible, is crucial in telling superhero stories to readers.
DC Comics drew attention today to a set of images from their recent #0 issues that will have future significance in the DCU, and CBR is unpacking everything from Catwoman's other life to Superman's return to Krypton to the "Trinity War."
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson is famed as host of PBS’s "NOVA scienceNOW" and as a frequent guest on "The Daily Show." But in "Action Comics" #14, he's also the man who located Krypton.
Max Landis, the screenwriter of "Chronicle," gives details on his eight-page "Action Comics Annual" #1 tale and reveals what he would do with Superman if DC Comics offered him an extended run with the Man of Steel.
At New York Comic Con 2012, DC Comics revealed a large gallery of preview images from upcoming issues of "Superman," "Action Comics," "Supergirl," "Superboy" and more, hinting at things to come for the Family of Steel.
At New York Comic Con, DC Comics writers Grant Morrison, Andy Diggle, artist Mahmud Asrar and more spoke about their titles' futures and announced Jim Lee and Scott Snyder's new Superman project.
On the eve of New York Comic Con, DC Comics has announced Andy Diggle as Grant Morrison's replacement on "Action Comics." Fresh off a Marvel exclusive, the writer's run on Superman's flagship title will be drawn by Tony Daniel.
DC Comics has released a first look at "Action Comics" #0 written by Grant Morrison with art by Ben Oliver. Check out the early days of Clark Kent's time in Metropolis on September 5.
DC Comics has revealed the final covers for the first week of its month of zero issues in September with a number of subtle changes from those shown after the initial announcement.
Todd McFarlane's original cover art for "The Amazing Spider-Man" #328 shatters auction record! A closer look at Comics Accelerator! Who should follow Grant Morrison on "Action Comics"? Plus much more!
Grant Morrison isn't finished with Superman yet, discussing all things "Action Comics" from the mysteries of Clark Kent's past to the legacy of Siegel & Shuster, from the "Obama Meets Ali" Superman to the villain behind it all.
CBR contributor Alan Kistler explores the second issue of Grant Morrison and Rags Morales' "Action Comics," discovering the history and Easter Eggs behind the Man of Steel's first New 52 storyarc.
CBR contributor Alan Kistler delves deep into Grant Morrison and Rags Morales' "Action Comics" #1, revealing the history and Easter Eggs behind the Man of Steel's first New 52 appearance.
Veteran comic book and animation writer Joe Kelly spoke with CBR TV at WonderCon 2012 about writing the animated features "Superman vs. The Elite," his creator-owned comics and more.
DC has revealed a first look at Gary Frank's variant cover for "Action Comics" #8 written by Grant Morrison with art by Rags Morales. The conclusion to the first "Action Comics" arc hits April 4.
DC has revealed Chris Burnham's variant cover for "Action Comics" #7 written by Grant Morrison with art by Rags Morales and Rick Bryant. The issue hits stores March 7.
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of Grant Morrison and Andy Kubert's "Action Comics" #6. The issue, featuring several version of the Legion of Super-Heroes, hits stores February 1!
In CSBG's latest spotlight on hidden references and in-jokes in comics, we take a look at a Futurama character appearing in "Action Comics" and Joker guest-starring in an issue of "Web of Spider-Man!"
Today, we debut CBR's Covers of the Week! Join Kevin Melrose and Steve Sunu as they count down their five favorite pieces of cover art for last week's releases, before naming the best of the best.
Grant Morrison's "Action Comics" #5 gets 4 stars from Greg McElhatton, who calls the Andy Kubert-illustrated origin story "fresh and different, but in a way that (theoretically) won't offend long-time readers."
John Rood explains what DC Comics' digital sales rankings mean for readers, retailers and the company's plans, sharing exclusively with CBR the top ten digital sales chart and Jim Lee's "Justice League" #7 cover.
CBR News spoke with Sholly Fisch, writer of the upcoming "Action Comics" co-feature, which begins by focusing on Steel before moving on to different members of Superman's supporting cast.
DC Comics has released a preview of "Action Comics" #4, featuring Grant Morrison and Rags Morales' New 52 debut of Steel! Featuring a back-up Steel story by Sholly Fisch and Brad Walker, the issue goes on sale December 7.
A near-mint copy of "Action Comics" #1 owned by actor Nicolas Cage sold at auction for a record $2.16 million making it the most expensive comic ever sold. ROBOT 6 has details.
With Grant Morrison reinventing John Henry Irons for the New 52, the writer has tapped "Batman: The Brave & The Bold" scribe Sholly Fisch to tell stories of Steel in "Action Comics."
CBR's Greg McElhatton gives "Action Comics" #3 4 stars, saying Grant Morrison, Rags Morales and Gene Ha have created his "favorite issue of the [series] to date."
Superstar artist Andy Kubert will follow up DC's recent "Flashpoint" event with a two-issue stint on writer Grant Morrison's origin-minded "Action Comics" drawing Superman's adventures in between arcs by Rags Morales.
Chad Nevett gives "Action Comics" #2 3.5 stars, calling Grant Morrison, Rags Morales and Brent Anderson's take on Superman "a bold reworking of the character [that has] made for some highly entertaining comics."
Grant Morrison and Rags Morales' Superman takes things back to the character's roots in the newly relaunched "Action Comics." We spoke with Morrison about his inspirations and plans for DC's biggest icon.
"Action Comics" narrowly edged out "Animal Man" #1 as the most enjoyed title in the first wave of DC Comics' New 52 according to you, the CBR readers. Check out the full rankings!
After the first full week of comic shops sales, CBR talks to retailers across the country about DC Comics New 52 titles to see what the fan response was, what shop owners want to see next and what books beyond "Justice League" hit big.
DC Comics has released Jim Lee's cover for his and Geoff Johns' "Justice League" #4 while providing CBR with the exclusive debut of Rags Morales' cover for the Grant Morrison-scripted "Action Comics" #4.
James hunt has given "Action Comics" #1 5 stars calling Grant Morrison and Rags Morales' relaunch of Superman's long-running title "a complete success...it's tough to imagine a comic more worthy of the legacy."
DC Comics claims its relaunched number one issues are new reader-friendly, so CBR News asked non-comic book readers to weigh in on this week's batch of New 52 comics.
With the first issue of Grant Morrison and Rags Morales' "Action Comics" #1 hitting stands today, DC Comics has released Ethan Van Sciver's variant cover for the second issue.
The results of CBR's second survey on DC Comics' New 52 titles are in, and while big books like "Action Comics" and Scott Snyder's work made gains, the middle ground seems to have evened out as fans prepare for September.
Ron Marz discusses the spinner racks of his youth and the mystery and allure of the Quarter Bin, praising the journey of finding new books. Plus a special tease regarding "Voodoo" #1.
Paul Cornell spoke with CBR TV about being the final writer on "Action Comics" original run, creating new DC Comics characters in "Demon Knights," Apollo and Midnighter's relationship in "Stormwatch" and much more.
Grant Morrison spoke with CBR TV about writing Superman in "Action Comics," his stance on Clark and Lois' marriage, selling Bill Jemas on the title "New X-Men," his movie "Sinatoro" and much more.