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CBR has the exclusive first look at variants by Andrea Sorrentino for "Gotham By Midnight" #1 and John Romita Jr. for "Superman" #36.
Silver Age Superman letters are always the best -- check out CSBG's collection of these letters and their often bizarre replies by Mort Weisinger.
Johns and Romita Jr. debut new Superman threads, Morrison maps out the Multiversity and Bluebird makes her debut in DC's January books.
DC Collectibles has released the first look at its new line of action figures based on Jae Lee's "Superman/Batman" artwork.
This week, we learn the truth of whether "Tusk" filmmaker Kevin Smith wrote a decoy script for the Warner Bros. sequel.
The U.S. Supreme Court declined to intervene in the copyright dispute between the Shuster Estate and DC Comics, effectively ending the battle over Superman.
Dan Jurgens discusses the DCU's reaction to discovering the identity of "Futures End's" Masked Superman and the plans which led to the hero's identity.
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.
Writers Greg Pak & Charles Soule bring DC Comics' Doomsday event to a close as "Superman: Doomed" #2 sees the Man of Steel fight the monster within.
CSBG spotlights examples of major comic book retcons, like the short-lived shocking discovery that Jor-El and Lara survived Krypton's destruction.
Visit CSBG's collection of weird comic book stories, including in the 1970s when Popeye sort of kind of became a Superman supporting cast member.
Get an exclusive first look at Geoff Johns' script and John Romita Jr.'s pencils from "Superman" #32, the first chapter of "The Men of Tomorrow."
CBSG has an archive of famous comic book firsts, including the first time Superman encountered both green and red kryptonite.
A full slate of Batman and Superman comic coming up plus news on "Arrow," "Gotham," "The Flash" and "Constantine" were highlighted in Toronto.
The Royal Canadian Mint has introduced four new Canadian collector coins featuring iconic Superman comic book covers, including "Action Comics" #1.
This week, Line artists pay homage to one of the Silver Age's weirdest Superman cover phenomenons - Superdickery! (Guest-starring Comic Sans!)
"Futures End" scribe Dan Jurgens boarded the CBR Yacht at SDCC to look back on "Death of Superman" and the relevance of Booster Gold in the modern age.
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.
Legendary artist John Romita Jr. opens up about his new creator-owned series with Howard Chaykin and finding a new rhythm at DC working on "Superman."
DC's VP of Talent Relations Larry Ganem assembled John Romita Jr., Patrick Gleason and David Finch to discuss the creative process, new assignments and more.
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.
Greg Pak explains how stripping away Clark Kent's humanity in "Superman: Doomed" allows the writers to explore the 'man' in the Man of Steel.
With his son's art in the interiors, legendary artist John Romita Sr. has drawn a "Superman" #34 variant cover, his first DC work in decades.
Today marks the beginning of the 10-day eBay auction of comics' Holy Grail: the finest known copy of "Action Comics" #1.
The "Superman" creative team of Geoff Johns, John Romita Jr. and Klaus Janson discuss their plans to bring a more "human" Man of Steel to DC Comics.
Toying Around is back from San Diego with tons of toy and collectible reveals from NECA, Hot Toys, Diamond Select Toys and lots more!
Doomsday creator Dan Jurgens returns to the character to help bring "Superman: Doomed" to a close with a variant cover for August's issue #2.
DC Comics' yearly Superman panel at Comic-Con included creative talents Geoff Johns, John Romita Jr, Aaron Kuder, Charles Soule and more.
With comic book movies and TV shows continually looking backwards, how long before audiences tire of seeing their heroes in a rear-view mirror?
CSBG collects of amusing responses Superman editor Mort Wiesinger gave to young readers, from exposing Santa Claus to explaining "the birds & bees."
Marvel at Superman receiving the "with great power comes great responsibility" speech years before Spider-Man debuted!
Reconsidering its decision, DC Entertainment will allow Superman’s iconic S emblem on a statue memorializing a 5-year-old boy who died of abuse .
Dan Jurgens discusses his September one-shots, the importance of Booster Gold and how it all ties into the weekly "Futures End" series.
DC has denied permission for the "S" emblem to be engraved on a memorial statue for 5-year-old Jeffrey Baldwin, who died in 2002 of abuse.
"Superman: Doomed" rages on in DC Comics' "Superman/Wonder Woman" #10 by Charles Soule, Paulo Siqueira & Pascal Alixe.
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).
The estate of Superman co-creator Joe Shuster has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn a ruling that bars it from reclaiming a stake in the character.
ROBOT 6 digs into “Superman” #32, paying special attention to its depiction of Perry White, the Man of Steel’s ennui, and hints of future revisionism.
The DC Comics co-publisher spoke with CBR about his time on Batman, credit for Bill Finger and a Dark Knight return after "Superman Unchained."