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Fresh off an acclaimed "Adventures of Superman" arc, Ron Marz explores the nuances of writing for the digital-first format versus print comics.
Joe Keatinge, Ming Doyle and Brent Scoonover explore different eras of the Man of Steel in this preview of "Adventures of Superman" #46.
CBR has an exclusive preview of Ron Marz and Evan "Doc" Shaner's digital-first "Adventures of Superman" #43!
This week, Cinderella goes two-toned, Kamala Khan gets the torso treatment and the "Sex Criminals" creative team gets a portrait & more.
"Adventures of Superman" and "Flash Gordon" artist Evan Shaner recalls his musical roots and casts the Daily Planet staff as instruments in a composition.
DC Comics has announced a new creator line-up for "Adventures of Superman" & "Legends of the Dark Knight" digital-first series.
Writer and "Arrow" executive producer Marc Guggenheim discusses "Tears of Krypton," a three-part "Adventures of Superman" story asking some pointed questions about the DC Comics icon's origins.
Creative team Tim Seeley and Mike Norton explore the digital-first frontier with "Adventures of Superman" #21, with two stories containing "simple and rewarding" execution.
"Awake" creator Kyle Killen spoke exclusively with CBR News about making the jump from television to comic books in DC's "Adventures of Superman" and teases an "Awake" comic revival.
"Stray Bullets" creator David Lapham talks about his stints writing and drawing Marvel's "Daredevil: Dark Nights" & DC Comics' "Adventures of Superman," both of which saw new issues last week.
Eisner Award winner David Lapham's two-part story for DC Comics' digital-first "Adventures of Superman" series kicks off Monday, September 2, and CBR News has an exclusive preview.
Doug Zawisza gives the digital-first "Adventures of Superman" #3 by Justin Jordan and Riley Rossmo 4 stars, saying the series "presents consistently high quality craftsmanship and entertaining stories that show Superman at his best."
Artist Chris Sprouse has exited DC Comics' "Adventures of Superman" story by Orson Scott Card due to the media attention surround the project stemming from the writer's public stance on marriage equality.
The backlash to DC Comics hiring gay-rights opponent Orson Scott Card for a Superman anthology could create ripples felt beyond the comics industry, affecting Summit Entertainment's "Ender's Game" promotions.
Widow of "Barefoot Gen" creator Keiji Nakazawa finds 16 more pages from unfinished sequel! More on Orson Scott Card backlash! Van crashes into Green Brain Comics! Wilfred Santiago talks "Michael Jordan: Bull on Parade"!
In response to DC Comics' hiring of Orson Scott Card to write "Adventures of Superman," openly gay science fiction author David Gerrold has asked DC for balance -- and a job.
At least three more retailers have decided not to stock the first issue of the DC Comics anthology "Adventures of Superman," which features a story by sci-fi author and vocal gay-rights opponent Orson Scott Card.
National Organization for Marriage president calls Orson Scott Card petition "completely un-American"! The importance of comic shops courting teens! Mark Waid speaks at Tools of Change! Gail Simone on fans and Batgirl!
The response to the Orson Scott Card controversy has given writer Brett White a peek at what the real comic book community is like.
DC Comics has issued an official response to the growing backlash over its hiring sci-fi author and vocal gay-rights opponent Orson Scott Card to contribute to its "Adventures of Superman" anthology.
In the wake of DC Comics' hiring Orson Scott Card as a writer on "Adventures of Superman," Brett White discusses how damaging the author's anti-gay views are, to the project and society as a whole.
DC's John Cunningham and Bob Wayne discuss what's next for the New 52 after six cancellations, why Superman graphic novels will reign in 2013 and what "Injustice: Gods Among Us" says about digital sales.
Days after announcing its latest digital-first anthology "Adventures of Superman," DC Comics faces a growing wave of criticism for hiring author and vocal gay-rights opponent Orson Scott Card to write the first chapter.