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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).
Superman succumbs to Doomsday's virus and transforms into SuperDoom in DC Comics' "Action Comics" #33 by Greg Pak and Aaron Kuder.
As Doomsday infects the Man of Steel, "Action Comics" writer Greg Pak explores how Lana, Lois, Steel and Krypto will feel the effects of Superman's battle.
Greg Pak and Charles Soule talk the events of "Superman: Doomed" so far, and the effect a "loss of humanity" will have for the DC Comics icon.
"Action Comics" artist Aaron Kuder relates his adventures as a bartender and bouncer, and his love for the great outdoors of Arkansas.
Aaron Kuder, Greg Pak, Scott Snyder and Charles Soule joined forces at C2E2 to discuss the Man of Steel.
DC Comics opened up C2E2 with a guided tour of the New 52 featuring Scott Snyder, Brian Azzarello, Charles Soule and more as they tease the arcs of DC's three weekly series and a brand-new Steel.
Greg Pak, Scott Lobdell and Charles Soule discuss "Superman: Doomed," assuring fans it is not a retelling of "The Death of Superman."
From the CBR TV archives, Milestone co-founder Michael Davis talks the untimely passings of Dwayne McDuffie & Robert Washington and how comics changed his life.
Writers Scott Lobdell, Greg Pak and Charles Soule team for "Superman: Doomed," a crossover event pitting the Man of Steel vs. Doomsday.
"Action Comics" #28 creative team Greg Pak and Aaron Kuder offer up a fun issue with "a strong voice that also fits the character."
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has denied the Joe Shuster estate's petition for a rehearing of the November decision regarding Superman copyrights.
After a 2013, Brett believes that Superman's back in a big way for 2014, thanks to the work of creators Greg Pak and Aaron Kuder.
"Action Comics" writer Greg Pak discusses the new Lana Lang, the opening issues of his run and the humanity -- and insecurities -- of Clark Kent, AKA Superman.
Greg Pak, Aaron Kuder & Scott McDaniel take Superman on a "Zero Year"-era origin with "Action Comics" #25, "the best sort of tie-in" to an event.
Greg Pak spoke with CBR TV about his work on "Batman/Superman" and "Action Comics," why he loves writing Clark Kent in the New 52 and more!
The new "Action Comics" creative team of Greg Pak & Aaron Kuder kicks off their run with a "Zero Year" tie-in in featuring a cocky young Superman.
The new creative team on "Action Comics," Greg Pak and Aaron Kuder, discuss Superman, the new characters populating their run and "Zero Year."
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an advance preview of "Action Comics" #25, a "Zero Year" tie-in by Greg Pak and Aaron Kuder. Get to know a cocky young Superman on November 6!
Courtesy of DC, CBR presents an advance preview of "Action Comics" #24 by Mike Johnson, Tyler Kirkham & Jesus Merino. Superman confronts a sick Metropolis and "The Twenty'" secrets are revealed 10/2.
In celebration of the release of "Scribblenauts Unmasked," WB Games, 5TH Cell and DC Entertainment has provided CBR with an homage parody cover for the grandaddy of all superhero comics: "Action Comics" #1.
Writers John Layman and Greg Pak reveal their plans to tie "Detective" and "Action Comics" into Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's "Batman: Zero Year" in November, turning back the clock for Superman and Commissioner Gordon.
Greg Pak discusses his current entrenchment in the Superman family, from the younger Superman in "Batman/Superman" to his plans for his upcoming "Action Comics" run and Villains Month one-shots.
Onetime "Action Comics" co-feature writer Sholly Fisch has been tapped to return to Metropolis to write not one but two of DC Comics' Villiain's Month one-shots: "Action Comics: Metallo" and "Superman: Bizarro."
Superman legacy contributors Jim Lee, Grant Morrison, Dan Jurgen, David Goyer, Tim Daly, Henry Cavill and more gathered at SDCC 2013 to discuss the past, present and future of the Man of Steel.
DC Comics brought a stable of Superman creative talent to Comic-Con International, including Scott Snyder, Jim Lee, Scott Lobdell and more to discuss the Man of Steel's place in the New 52.
DC Comics has announced its Annuals for October, including tie-in issues to family events like Green Lantern's "Lights Out!," Superman's "Krypton Returns" and "Teen Titans'" Superboy origins mystery.
The newly-minted "Batman/Superman" writer and the recent Superman family artist will join forces as Greg Pak and Aaron Kuder lay claim to "Action Comics" starting with November's #25.
A damaged copy of one of the rarest key comics in existence, "Action Comics" #1, was found inside the wall of an old house during renovation. The auction for the issue has topped $100K and continues to climb.