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Who is Scott Leva and how close did he come to playing Spider-Man on film? Did Jerry Siegel nearly write "Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow?" How did "What If...?" fuel the "Avengers" #200/Ms. Marvel controversy?
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive advance look at the solicitation information and covers for Superman titles shipping in June, including "Superman Unchained," "Batman/Superman" and more.
"MAD Magazine" legend Al Jaffee pays homage to Joe Shuster's iconic "Action Comics" #1 cover in a new variant meant to bring two parts of the DC Entertainment publishing line together.
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.
DC has announced "Superman Unchained" as the title for Scott Snyder and Jim Lee's upcoming Superman ongoing series, as the writer and artist discuss what to expect from the series come June 12.
Despite a January appeals court decision that seemed to signal an end to the nearly decade-long battle for ownership of Superman, the family of co-creator Jerry Siegel still holds out hope for victory over DC Comics.
Post-Toy Fair 2013 the news slows down for new merchandise announcements, but this week we finally lay eyes on the full first wave of the "Man of Steel Movie Masters" figures and new "The Walking Dead" TV toys!
Every Sunday, Father Humberto Alvarez dons a tunic emblazoned with Superman, Batman and Spider-Man, and, armed with a Super Soaker loaded with holy water, delivers Mass to the children of Saltillo, Mexico.
More guest stars, more stories and more Lex Luthor/Superman action are on the way for "Smallville Season 11" as writer Bryan Q. Miller explains how the comic takes off from the TV series.
In his first full interview on his first DC Comics gig, writer Greg Pak describes how younger, more dangerous heroes populate the story of "Batman/ Superman" in the world's finest first New 52 meeting.
With their current run on DC's kids titles coming to a close, Art Baltazar and Franco Aureliani resurrect Superman's mother and tell an epic three-part tale of Luthor and Brainiac in "Superman Family Adventures."
DC Comics has announced a new "Batman/Superman" ongoing series written by Greg Pak with art by Jae Lee focusing on the first meeting of the Dark Knight and the Man of Steel in the New 52 DC Universe.
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.
The grand finale of Grant Morrison, Rags Morales and Brad Walker's run on "Action Comics" features a time-spanning variant cover by "Daredevil" artist Paolo Rivera showcasing Superman's final battle.
Rise of graphic novels in India luring young-adult readers! More on the Orson Scott Card backlash! Geoff Johns talks "Justice League of America"! Diamond promotes Chris Powell! Plus much more!
Ever wish you could see Superman shoot a miniature version of himself out of his palms to fight crime? Well, you're in luck, as you can see from CSBG's latest entry examining the strangest comics of all-time!
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"!
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.
The response to the Orson Scott Card controversy has given writer Brett White a peek at what the real comic book community is like.
The cast and crew of "LEGO Batman: The Movie - DC Heroes Unite" gathered in NYC for the film's red carpet premiere where they spoke with CBR about the movie's story, its all-ages tone and a potential sequel.
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.
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.
DC Comics has released their full solicitations text and images for product releasing in May, 2013, including the latest from "Justice League of America," "Batman," "Green Lantern" and more.
Seeking to end nearly a decade of litigation, DC Comics has asked for summary judgment in lawsuits brought by the heirs of Jerry Siegel regarding the copyrights to Superman and Superboy. ROBOT 6 has details.
Siegel and Shuster heirs ask judge to dismiss DC Comics lawsuit against their attorney! Hackers take down servers that host several major webcomics! 2012 SPACE Prizes announced! Chromatic Press launches! Plus more!
Grant Morrison's run on "Action Comics" has been extended by an issue, and the writer tells CBR about how he'll cap off his reinvention of Superman with a more frightening take on the Fifth Dimension.
DC Comics released a preview of "Young Romance: A New 52 Valentine's Day Special" #1, an anthology issue featuring a variety of characters including Superman, Wonder Woman & Batman. The issue goes on sale February 6.
Judging from titles, trailers and interviews, 2013 is shaping up to be a grim year for genre films, ranging from "Star Trek Into Darkness" to "The Wolverine" to "Thor: The Dark World." But why?
In preparation for next week's New York Toy Fair, a flurry of Star Wars, "Man of Steel," Doctor Who, Star Trek and "The Avengers" action figures were teased from companies like Kotobukiya and Mattel.
Geoff Johns and Gary Frank's revised origin of Brainiac gets animated as the collector of worlds hits Krypton, Supergirl and Metropolis in the first trailer for "Superman Unbound."
Amy Adams appears as an iPad-wielding Lois Lane in a new official image from Zack Snyder’s "Man of Steel."
DC Comics has released an early look at February's "Superman" #17, the final chapter of the current "He'l on Earth" crossover featuring the debut of the all-new Oracle by Scott Lobdell and Kenneth Rocafort.
Silver Age Lois Lane is well known for her strange behavior (typically in an attempt to prove Clark Kent is Superman). Today, meet a man from the Silver Age who makes Lois Lane seem completely normal in comparison.
A new report indicates Warner Bros. executive are waiting to gauge the performance of director Zack Snyder's "Man of Steel" before deciding to move ahead with the long-developing "Justice League."
Accompanying the "Man of Steel" cover reveal for "Empire" magazine's March issue, arrives two new images from the film of Russell Crowe as Jor-El and Michael Shannon as Zod. SPINOFF ONLINE has details.
Artist J.K. Woodward reflects on losing virtually everything in Hurricane Sandy -- and gaining a positive outlook! How an apology might have averted grueling legal battle over Superman! Best comics of 2013? Plus more!
With rumors swirling about Jimmy Olsen becoming "Jenny" in Zack Snyder's "Man of Steel," CBR looks at Superman's Pal's history of dressing as a member of the opposite sex. Plus, Jenny's first in-comics appearance!
This week CSBG wonders if the Mayans were right after all with depictions of various comic characters dealing with a post-apocalyptic nightmare. From Superman to Scott Pilgrim and more!
This week, Brett discusses Jimmy Olsen's rumored gender-switch in director Zack Snyder's upcoming "Man Of Steel," explaining why, if it's true, this is a step forward.